Why Soviet Russia's most evil scientist is gaining a new following

The biologist Trofim Lysenko, blamed for millions of deaths, is experiencing a revival in Russia.

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Scientists are one step closer to reversing the aging process entirely

This particular type of gene therapy gave mice younger bodies and 30% longer lifespans.

 

Imagine a medication that could take years off of your looks.

I'm determined to age gracefully. Though my wife plucks every gray hair she finds, I'd be bald if I did. Even so, I've kept myself up over the years, prompting my college girlfriend, whom I recently reconnected with to exclaim, “You haven't aged at all!" Except for more gray hair, that is. Perhaps it's just good genes. I've always chalked it up to stress-free living. So what can be done to overcome the aging process? Creams, lotions, and other products fill pharmacy shelves, but few have a truly substantial impact.

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Why a Healthy Lifestyle Won't Help Certain People Live Longer

Researchers at UCLA have found Grim Reaper DNA in 5% of the population. But there is a bright side – lifestyle choices go a long way in overriding a shorter genetic life expectancy. 

Veteran marathon runner Noel Bresland attempts to run a marathon on a treadmill inside a capsule of the famous London Eye in central London.

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