Posted on Jan 10, 2024, 12 p.m.
A year of incredible progress, 2023 saw scientific breakthroughs abound. From revelations in epigenetic reprogramming and cellular biology to advancements in medical artificial intelligence technology, the longevity and anti-aging medicine movement forged forward at breakneck speed — and we did our best to keep pace.
So that you, valued members of our community of innovative health professionals, never missed a beat. Armed with the latest research takeaways, best practices, and breaking news, A4M Blog readers always stay ahead of the curve.
Stepping into 2024, we reflect on the monumental discoveries unlocked across the longevity landscape last year and the ones you found most captivating. We’ve gathered 2023’s most popular articles and hope you help us determine the A4M Reader’s Choice Award winner by casting your vote below! And the nominees are…
- Killing Us Softly (and Early): Chronic Stress and America’s Life Expectancy Crisis
- Why You Can’t Stop Hearing About ChatGPT (And You Won’t): Applications and Implications for Your Practice, Health Care, and the Future of Medicine
- Predicting Disease Susceptibility Through Changes in Cognitive Performance
- The Brain On Fire: Is Depression An Inflammation-Based Disease?
- How Old Are You(r Organs)? – Examining Human Organ Systems As Markers Of Aging
- Research Spotlight: Updates in Women’s Hormone Health
- Advances In Decoding Pediatric Immune Development
- Young and Sick: Understanding The Epidemic of Chronic Disease Among Patients Under 40
- Investing in Inflammation: Thriving R&D in Immune-Mediated Neurological Disease Sector
- Canceling Menopause: Longevity Science Challenges The Reproductive Status Quo
Picked your favorite? Cast your vote using the link below.
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