Wat kunnen Ghanezen ons leren over gezond oud worden?

Universiteit van Nederland - De generatie die NU geboren wordt, heeft een grote kans hun 100-jarige verjaardag te kunnen vieren. Dan is het wel zo handig om die jaren zo vitaal mogelijk door te komen. David van Bodegom vertelt je in dit college wat we hiervoor kunnen leren van Ghanezen!

By |2019-11-20T10:45:14+01:00November 20th, 2019|Leden in het nieuws|Comments Off on Wat kunnen Ghanezen ons leren over gezond oud worden?

Blood-based biomarkers help to estimate vulnerability of the elderly

LUMC | August 20 - 2019 | PRESSRELEASE Researchers on ageing led by Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) have identified a combination of biomarkers in the blood which could help estimate the vulnerability of elderly people consistently across five European countries, equally in men and women of all ages above 60 years. The scientists [...]

By |2019-08-26T08:38:22+01:00August 26th, 2019|Leden in het nieuws, News, persberichten|Comments Off on Blood-based biomarkers help to estimate vulnerability of the elderly

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Getting older is a process that is different from person to person, it incurs physical wear and tear. Over the past  few years scientific research has shown that not all decline is inevitable. We can increasingly manipulate the signs of ageing and that is why a large team of doctors, biologists, diet experts and [...]

By |2019-11-04T14:27:53+01:00August 20th, 2019|Leden in het nieuws, News|Comments Off on News

Longevity mainly ascribed to an extremely long-lived mother

For many years, scientists in Leiden have been monitoring 421 exceptional families with several members who have lived way beyond the age of 90. A new analysis of these extremely long-lived persons, their siblings, and parents now shows that longevity in these families is passed on mainly through the mother. The researchers present their [...]

By |2018-04-11T08:20:15+01:00April 11th, 2018|Leden in het nieuws, News, persberichten|Comments Off on Longevity mainly ascribed to an extremely long-lived mother

The Famine Ended 70 Years Ago, but Dutch Genes Still Bear Scars

By Carl Zimmer Jan. 31, 2018 In September 1944, trains in the Netherlands ground to a halt. Dutch railway workers were hoping that a strike could stop the transport of Nazi troops, helping the advancing Allied forces. But the Allied campaign failed, and the Nazis punished the Netherlands by blocking food supplies, plunging much [...]

By |2018-02-05T14:19:38+01:00February 5th, 2018|Leden in het nieuws, News|Comments Off on The Famine Ended 70 Years Ago, but Dutch Genes Still Bear Scars