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Encyclopedia of Health and Aging
23 October 2011

Encyclopedia of Health and Aging

Encyclopedia of Health and Aging

2007 | 680 | ISBN: 141290949X | PDF | 9 Mb

Edited by the founder of the Journal on Aging and Health, this encyclopedia contains more than 200 A–Z entries on a broad range of topics related to health and aging. As outlined in the "Reader's Guide," entries cover "Aging and the Brain," "Diseases and Medical Conditions," " Drug-Related Issues," "Mental Health and Psychology," "Nutritional Issues," and "Systems of Care," to name a few. A number of entries cover health and aging in specific countries or regions, among them Canada, Europe, and Mexico. In the introduction, the editor points out that the encyclopedia is aimed at researchers, students, and practitioners and is unique in its focus on health. In comparison with more thorough and academic texts, such as the Encyclopedia of Aging (Springer, 2006), one will find that Encyclopedia of Health and Aging is written in nontechnical terms and contains more international and cultural entries. Entries vary in length from two paragraphs to a few pages. At the conclusion of each entry is a short listing of "Further Readings and References" that, though briefer than those found in more academic texts, contains up-to-date research findings. The appendix provides a listing of 45 annotated online resources on health and aging, most of which are well-known Web sites and not as exhaustive as the National Institute on Aging database. This encyclopedia is suitable for public libraries that are just starting a collection in the area of aging or organizations that want a concise text written in layman's terms. It is not a necessary purchase for academic libraries that already have core texts, such as the Encyclopedia of Aging....
Does Aging Stop?
22 December 2011

Does Aging Stop?

Does Aging Stop?

2011 | 224 | ISBN: 0199754225 | PDF | 3 Mb

Does Aging Stop? reveals the most paradoxical finding of recent aging research: the cessation of demographic aging. The authors show that aging stops at the level of the individual organism, and explain why evolution allows this. The implications of this counter-intuitive conclusion are profound, and aging research now needs to accept three uncomfortable truths. First, aging is not a cumulative physiological process. Second, the fundamental theory that is required to explain, manipulate, and probe the phenomena of aging comes from evolutionary biology. Third, strong-inference experimental strategies for aging must be founded in evolutionary research, not cell or molecular biology. ...
Functional Neurobiology of Aging
14 February 2012

Functional Neurobiology of Aging

Functional Neurobiology of Aging

2000 | 960 | ISBN: 012351830X | PDF | 21 Mb

Some well-known age-related neurological diseases include Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, deafness, and blindness. Even more common are the problems of aging which are not due to disease but to more subtle impairments in neurobiological systems, including impairments in vision, memory loss, muscle weakening, and loss of reproductive functions, changes in body weight, and sleeplessness. As the average age of our society increases, diseases of aging continue to become more common, and conditions associated with aging need more attention by doctors and researchers. In 1991, patients over the age of 65 saw their doctors an average of eight times per year. Research funding is provided by the Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Aging (NNA) Program, which is run by the National Institute on Aging. This book offers a comprehensive overview of all topics related to functional impairments which are related to the aging brain and nervous system. It is organized according to four general functions: movement, senses, memory, and neuroendocrine regulation. Written by the leading researchers in the field, this comprehensive work addresses both impairments associated with diseases and not associated with diseases, making it easier to understand the mechanisms involved. Functional Neurobiology of Aging is an important reference for professionals and students involved in aging research, as well as physicians who need to recognize and understand age-related impairments. ...
Anti-Aging Cures: Life Changing Secrets To Reverse The Effects of Aging (Audiobook)
16 June 2012

Anti-Aging Cures: Life Changing Secrets To Reverse The Effects of Aging (Audiobook)

James Forsythe, "Anti-Aging Cures: Life Changing Secrets To Reverse The Effects of Aging" (Audiobook)
G-n Media | 2011 | English | ASIN: B006TJDQ4S | MP3 VBR V0 | 6 hrs 42 mins | 396.77 MB

Are you tired of searching for the fountain of youth? Well, look no more. In this book, Nevada medical oncologist Dr. James Forsythe, one of the world's leading anti-aging experts, reveals how to slow and even reverse the aging process. Based on meticulously researched clinical evidence, this book provides an account of revolutionary anti-aging treatments that can prevent the health conditions associated with getting old.
Physiological Basis of Aging and Geriatrics
8 December 2011

Physiological Basis of Aging and Geriatrics

Physiological Basis of Aging and Geriatrics

2007 | 416 | ISBN: 0849373050 | PDF | 8 Mb

about the book… Extensively revised and updated to reflect the current state of knowledge in the study of aging, this Fourth Edition offers a complete profile of the aging process at all levels, from molecules and cells to demography and evolution. Written by international experts in current basic and clinical aging research, this text includes aspects of individual, comparative, and differential aging, and discussions of theories and mechanisms of aging. This invaluable reference illustrates how bodily systems, organs, and functions are affected with aging, describes how genetic and environmental factors influence age-related changes, and addresses some of the clinical consequences of these changes for health and longevity. Well illustrated, with numerous tables and graphs, this book presents up-to-date information from internationally renowned experts in various bio-medical fields....
Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime
20 February 2011

Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime

Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime by Aubrey de Grey

St. Martin's Press | English | 2007-09-04 | ISBN: 0312367066 | 400 pages | PDF | 12 MB

MUST WE AGE? A long life in a healthy, vigorous, youthful body has always been one of humanity’s greatest dreams. Recent progress in genetic manipulations and calorie-restricted diets in laboratory animals hold forth the promise that someday science will enable us to exert total control over our own biological aging.
Handbook of the Biology of Aging, Seventh Edition
8 October 2010

Handbook of the Biology of Aging, Seventh Edition
Handbook of the Biology of Aging, Seventh Edition
Academic Press | 2010 | ISBN: 012378638X | 520 pages | PDF | 12,5 MB

The Seventh Edition will have 23 chapters summarizing the latest findings in research on the biology of aging. The content of the work is virtually 100% new. Though a selected few topics are similar to the Sixth Edition, these chapters are authored by new contributors with new information. The majority of the chapters are completely new in both content and authorship.
•Contains basic aging processes as determined by animal research as well as medical physiology of aging as known in humans
•Covers hot areas of research, like stem cells, integrated with longstanding areas of interest in aging like telomeres, mitochondrial function, etc.
•Edited by one of the fathers of gerontology (Masoro) and contributors represent top scholars in gerintology
Aging as a Spiritual Practice: A Contemplative Guide to Growing Older and Wiser (Audiobook)
27 November 2013

Aging as a Spiritual Practice: A Contemplative Guide to Growing Older and Wiser (Audiobook)

Aging as a Spiritual Practice: A Contemplative Guide to Growing Older and Wiser (Audiobook) By Lewis Richmond, read by Fred Sullivan
Unabridged edition 2012 | 6 hours and 2 mins | ISBN: n/a | ASIN: B009JY669C | MP3 99 kbps | 256 MB

Everything changes. For Buddhist priest and meditation teacher Lewis Richmond, this fundamental Buddhist tenet is the basis for a new inner road map that emerges in the later years, charting an understanding that can bring new possibilities, fresh beginnings, and a wealth of appreciation and gratitude for the life journey itself.
In Aging as a Spiritual Practice, Richmond acknowledges the fear, anger, and sorrow many people experience when they must confront the indignities of their aging bodies and the unknowns associated with mortality. This wise, compassionate book guides listeners through the four key stages of aging - such as "Lightning Strikes" (the moment we wake up to our aging) - as well as the processes of adapting to change, letting go of who we were, embracing who we are, and appreciating our unique life chapters.
Handbook of the Aging Brain
22 July 2010

Handbook of the Aging Brain
Handbook of the Aging Brain   By   Eugenia Wang, D. Stephen Snyder
Publisher:  Academic Press  1998 |  263 Pages | ISBN: 0127346104 | PDF | 14 MB
 
Handbook of the Aging Brain brings together diverse scientific disciplines to cover the most recent research findings in an easy-to-read summary. Scientists and clinicians will find a wide spectrum of subjects including gerontology, neurology, psychology, molecular biology, and cellular biology. The book includes general chapters on the neuroanatomy and neurobiology of the aging brain, and moves on to discussion of specifics including signal transduction, cell death, and specific cellular and neurological changes associated with dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease. Other chapters discuss the affect of aging on learning and memory, language, and cognition. 
Protein Misfolding and Cellular Stress in Disease and Aging: Concepts and Protocols
29 July 2013

Protein Misfolding and Cellular Stress in Disease and Aging: Concepts and Protocols
Protein Misfolding and Cellular Stress in Disease and Aging: Concepts and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology) by Peter Bross and Niels Gregersen
English | 1st Edition | August 19, 2010 | ISBN-10: 1607617552 | 330 pages | PDF | 7 MB


How and why certain proteins misfold and how this misfolding is linked to many disease processes has become a well-documented topic of study.
Protein Misfolding and Cellular Stress in Disease and Aging: Concepts and Protocols moves beyond the basics to emphasize the molecular effects of protein misfolding at a cellular level, to delineate the impacts and cellular reactions that play a role in pathogenetic mechanisms, and to pinpoint possible manipulations and treatment strategies that can counteract, modify, or delay the consequences of misfolding. The volume begins with several concepts and approaches developed in the recent past including a connection to the research field of aging, where protein misfolding diseases have been equated to premature aging processes, and the book’s coverage continues with detailed descriptions of protocols for relevant experimental approaches.