Austad handbook of the biology of aging 2005 why should we study aging is this a big deal o people over 65 in the us outnumber the entire population of canada o the number will more than double by 2050 o diseases associated with aging will pose a huge social and economic burden can we hope to delay all of the diseases of aging and extend healthy lifespan what causes aging dna . Infoagings biology center is designed to bring you the latest information on the biological causes of human aging in each topic youll find a description of and general information about that issue youll also find links to web and print resources on that topic. Biology of aging aging is accompanied by gradual changes in most body systems research on the biology of aging focuses on understanding the cellular and molecular processes underlying these changes as well as those accompanying the onset of age related diseases. Biology of human aging main index page revised fall 2017 this site supports courses using the book human aging biological perspectives augustine g digiovanna phd the mcgraw hill companies new york 2000. The biology of aging introduction aging is both inevitable and universal as people age they change in a myriad of ways biologically psychologically and physiologically
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