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- Using mice, researchers have shown that clearing out senescent cells - cells whose ability to divide is permanently switched off and that accumulate with age - can increase lifespan without negative side effects.
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- Alzheimer's brain plaques discovered in people with brain injuries
- A new study, published in Neurology, finds plaques in the brains of middle-aged people who have experienced head injuries. These amyloid plaques match those found in Alzheimer's, but their spatial distribution differs.
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