Wednesday, February 28, 2024

The story of an American businessman trying to reduce his biological age and keep his youth forever


  • Laura Livington
  • Introducing Click TV – BBC

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Brian Johnson, pictured with the BBC’s Laura Livington, is still trying to get his biological age down

Death is the inevitable end of all humans, but a growing number of experts believe that age may change how we feel in our later years (symptoms of aging and related diseases).

These experts now speak of “health extension,” meaning an increase in the number of healthy years in our lives.

The average human life expectancy may have doubled in the last 150 years, but many of us have seen the health of many of our loved ones deteriorate as we age.

To avoid this fate, a new industry is emerging, they say, in a long-term revolution in which technologies predict humans will lead to longer but healthier lives.

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