Gene mutation very common in a Amish community might extend lifespan by 10 years
A tight-knit Amish community in Indiana might hold the secret to longlasting life in their genes. Researchers found that members carrying a key gene mutation lived ten years longer on average than those who lacked the mutation. Some companies are already working on longevity drugs based on the study’s findings. Credit: Pixabay. Modern health-care and nutrition…
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