Today scientists know much more about the deterioration and vulnerability to disease that contribute to biological aging—the decline in performance of our bodily systems from mental function to sexual performance to physical strength. In a contemporary approach, known as anti-aging medicine, the disabilities and diseases associated with what we consider ‘normal’ are caused by physiological dysfunctions that, in many cases, are ameliorable to medical treatment. As a result, the human lifespan can be increased while the quality of life is maintained or improved. In short, biological aging can be beneficially impacted, and aging is not inevitable. The links here will offer insight on anti-aging advances. Many of our tests will help shed light on your specific make-up, and suggest areas that can be improved.
For more information visit these links:
WebMD Over 50 - Healthy Aging Center
American Anti-Aging Association
Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging
Klatz, Dr. Ronald. Goldman, Dr. Robert. Stopping the Clock: Dramatic Breakthroughs in Anti-Aging and Age Reversal Techniques . New York:Bantam books. 1996. Print.