A gene study suggests that blood iron levels may be the key to slowing down ageing.
The findings […] suggest that iron levels in the blood can reduce our lifespan and that reducing them could help prevent age-related problems.
Scientists have identified genes that are linked to ageing and could explain why some people age faster than others.
A study based on genetic data of more than one million people found that maintaining healthy iron levels in the blood may be key to aging better and living longer.
Researchers say that the findings could speed up the development of drugs for age-related diseases and extend the healthy years of life, as well as increase the chance of living into old age without disease.