The Three Stages of Ageing Biologically: An Analysis of 4,000 Blood Samples

According to more than 4,000 blood tests, our bodies age in three distinct shifts

New research shows that biological ageing occurs three times in our lifetimes – at 34, 60, and 78.

We now know that ageing doesn’t happen in a linear, constant manner.

These findings could help us better understand how our bodies begin to degenerate as we age, and how specific diseases associated with ageing – such as Alzheimer’s disease or cardiovascular disease – might be more effectively treated.


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