Science News reporters answer your questions about aging

How can aging be delayed? How does the brain age? And what does aging look like in animals, plants or the rest of the natural world? The July 23 issue of Science News tackles these questions and more in a special report called “Aging’s Future.”
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Current levels of atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations already commit the planet to air temperatures over many land regions being eventually warmed by greater than 1.5°C, according to new research published today (27 July 2016) in the journal …
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COLLEGE PARK, Md., July 26 (UPI) –New research suggests cleaner air is to thank for improving water quality in the Chesapeake Bay — more specifically, the Clean Air Act. It sounds counter-intuitive, but researchers at the University of Maryland Center …
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Four sheep cloned from the world’s first cloned mammal are approaching a healthy old age, giving researchers new hope that cloning can be used to patients suffering from spinal cord injuries and Parkinson’s disease. Diane Hodges reports. Well, hello Dolly …
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When Dolly the sheep was introduced to the world she was hailed as a miracle of science. Now there are four more ‘Dollies’ – and they are living proof that cloned animals can live long and healthy lives. Detailed analysis of the four living copies …
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An Indonesian sulphur miner collects sulphur from the crater atop the Ijen volcano in Banyuwangi, on East Java AMAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images Scientists might have found the common ancestor that unites all life on Earth – and it’s called Luca. Our …
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