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Study finds aging tends to shift gears as you turn 34, 60 and 78

December 05, 2019
The blood-borne signs of aging – and indeed, perhaps the causes of agiing – make three big shifts around the ages of 34, 60 and 78, a new Stanford-led study has found, potentially leading to new diagnostic tests and avenues of anti-aging research.