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Aging is controlled by genes and occurs at different rates depending on the activity of the genes.

Harvard scientists claim that genes linked to aging start changing after the age of 40. Also, the aging rate of brains varied considerably. They claim that these genes control people’s level of activity and performance and determines whether people seem young or old for their age.

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About: Aging is controlled by genes and occurs at different rates depending on the activity of the genes.

Date: 10 June 2004

Source: Medical News Today

URL: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/medicalnews.php?newsid=9341

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