List of life extension-related topics


List of life extension-related topics

Following is a list of topics related to life extension:


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* 15 Global Challenges

A

* Accelerated aging disease
** Bloom syndrome
** Cockayne's syndrome
** Progeria
** Werner's syndrome
** Xeroderma pigmentosum
* Accident
* ACE inhibitor
* Actuarial escape velocity
* Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
* Advanced Cell Technology Corporation
* Aerobic exercise
* Age-adjusted life expectancy
* Ageless
* Age-Related Eye Disease Study
* Age-Related Macular Degeneration
* Aging
* Aging and memory
* Aging-associated diseases
* Aging brain
* Aging population
* Aging Research Centre
* Alcor Life Extension Foundation
* Alternative medicine
* Alzheimer's Disease
* AMD
* American Aging Association
* American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
* Amyloid
* Amyloid plaque
* Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), e.g., Lou Gehrig's Disease
* Antagonistic Pleiotropy
* Antioxidant
** Polyphenol antioxidant
* Antisense therapy
* Apoptosis
* Arthritis
* Artificial life
* Atherosclerosis
* ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
* Atrophy
* Autoevolution
* Autoimmune disease

B

* Big killer
* Biochemistry
** List of basic biochemistry topics
** List of biochemistry topics
* Biodemography
* Biodemography of human longevity
* Bioethics
* Biological clock
* Biology
** List of basic biological topics
** List of biology topics
* Biogerontology
* Biological immortality
* Biological modeling
* Biotechnology
* Bjorksten, Johan
* Brain-computer interface

C

* Caloric restriction mimetic
* Caloric restriction
* Calorie Restriction Society
* Cancer
* Cardiovascular disease
* Cell replacement therapy
* Cholinergic
* Chromosome
* Chronic deficiency
* Clone
* Cloning
** Human cloning
** Therapeutic cloning
* Club of Rome
* Cockayne's syndrome
* Cognitive enhancement
* Compensation law of mortality
* Complementary and alternative medicine
* Cross-link
* Cross-linkage theory of aging
* Cyborg
* Cynthia Kenyon
* Cryobiology
* Cryonics
* Cryopreservation
* Cryoprotectant

D

* Daily values
* Dean, Ward
* Death
** Brain death
** Clinical death
** Information theoretical death
** Leading causes of death
** List of causes of death by rate
* Degenerative disease
** Alzheimer's Disease
** Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), e.g., Lou Gehrig's Disease
** Atherosclerosis
** Cancer
** Diabetes
** Heart Disease
** Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
** Parkinson's Disease
** Prostatitis
** Osteoarthritis
** Osteoporosis
* de Grey, Dr. Aubrey
** De Grey Technology Review controversy
* Demopoulos M.D., Harry B.
* Dendrite
* DHT (dihydrotestosterone)
* Diabetes
* Dietary supplement
* Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994
* Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
* Dilman, Vladimir
* DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid)
** Mitochondrial DNA
* DNA repair
* Dolly the sheep
* Dopaminergic
* Drexler, K. Eric
* Drug approval process

E

* Endocrine system
* Engineered negligible senescence
* Engines of creation
* Entropy
* Error catastrophe
* Eugenics
* Eugeroic
* Evolution of ageing
* Exercise
** Aerobic exercise
* Existential risk
* Extropy

F

*
* Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
* Free radical
** Superoxide radical
** Hydroxyl radical
* Free-radical theory of aging
* Free-radical scavenger
* Futures studies
* Futurology

G

* Gene
* Gene therapy
** Pharmacological Gene Therapy
* Genetic code
* Genetic engineering
* Genetically modified organism
* Genome
* Genome project
* Genomics
* Geriatrics
* Geriatric sexology
* Geron Corporation
* Gerontology
* Gladyshev, Georgi P.
* Gompertz-Makeham law of mortality
* Grossman, Terry
* Growth hormone (GH)

H

* Harman, Denham
* Hayflick, Leonard
* Hayflick limit
* Health
* Healthy diet
* Healthy eating
* Heart Disease
* HeLa
* Hormesis
* Hormone replacement therapy
* Human cloning
* Human enhancement
* Human genetic engineering
* Human Genome Project
* Humanism
* Hypoxia

I

* Immortality
* Immortalist Society
* Immortality Institute
* Immunologic Theory of Aging
* Indefinite lifespan
* Inflammation
* Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
* Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

J

K

* Kent, Saul
* Kenyon, Cynthia
* Kirkwood, Thomas
* Klotho gene
* Kübler-Ross model
* Kurzweil, Ray

L

* Lacks, Henrietta
* Life
* Life enhancement
** Cognitive enhancement
** Physical fitness
** Sexual rejuvenation
** Stress management
* Life expectancy
* Life extension
*
* Life Extension Foundation
* Life Extension Institute
* Life Extension Magazine
* Life extension nutrition
* Life span
* Limits to Growth
* Lipofuscin
* List of long-living organisms
* List of health and fitness magazines
* Liver spots
* Longevity
* Longevity genes
* Longevity study

M

* Malthusian Catastrophe
* Malthusian Growth Model
* Malthusianism
* Malthus, Thomas
* Maximum life span
* Medawar, Peter
* Megadose
* Megadosing
* Megavitamin therapy
* Methuselah Mouse Prize
* Mind transfer (mind uploading)
* Mitochondria
* Mitochondrial DNA
* Mitohormesis
* Molecular engineering
* Molecular nanotechnology
* Monoamine oxidase (MAO)
* Morphological freedom
* Mortality
* Mortality rate

N

* Nanomedicine
* Nanotechnology
* National Institute on Aging
* Nerve
* Nerve growth factor (NGF)
* NGF (nerve growth factor)
* Neurite
* Neurochemical
* Neurodegenerative disease
* Neuroendocrine theory of aging
* Neurofibrillary tangle
* Neuron
* Neurotransmitter
** Acetylcholine
** Dopamine
** GABA
** Serotonin
* Neurotrophic factor
* Neurovitrification
* Nootropic
* Norepinephrin (noradrenaline)
* NSAID
* Nutrient
* Nutrition
* Nutrition and pregnancy
* Nutritional supplement

O

* Old age
* Oldest people
* Organ transplant
* Orthomolecular medicine
* Overpopulation
* Osteoarthritis
* Osteoporosis
* Overdose
* Oxidation (redox)
* Oxidative stress

P

* Parkinson's Disease
* Patients' Bill of Rights
* Pauling, Linus
* Pearl, Raymond
* Pearson, Durk
* Pharmacological Gene Therapy
* Polyphenol antioxidant
* Population control
* Population growth
* Population momentum
* Posthuman
* Pregnenolone
* Prescription drugs (prices in the US prices)
* Prevention Magazine
* Prevention
* Preventive medicine
* Procreative beneficence
* Progeria
* Programmed cell death
** Apoptosis (Type I cell death)
** Autophagy ("a.k.a." cytoplasmic, or Type II cell death))
* Programmed obsolescence
** Prostatitis
* Pro-oxidant

Q

R

* Rath, Matthias
* Reactive oxygen species
* Reliability theory
* Reliability theory of aging
* Redox (oxidation)
* Reference Daily Intake
* Regeneration
* Rejuvenation
* Reliability theory of aging and longevity
* Reprogenetics
* Resveratrol
* Ristow, Michael
* RNA

* Safety
** Occupational safety and health
* SAGE KE
* Senscequence
* Senescence
* Senility
* Shaw, Sandy
* Side effect
* Sierra Sciences
* Sleep deprivation
* Sports medicine
* Stem cell
* Stem cell treatments
* Stone, Irwin
* Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence
* Stroke
* Superoxide dismutase (SOD)
* Superoxide
* Survival skills
* Suspended animation

T

* Technological determinism
* Technological evolution
* Technological singularity
* Technology assessment
* Techno-progressivism
* Techno-utopianism
* Telomere
* Testosterone
* Therapeutic cloning
* Theories of aging
** Antagonistic pleiotropy theory of aging
** Caloric restriction theory
** Cross-linkage theory of aging
** Death hormone theory
** Disposable soma theory of aging
** Error catastrophe theory of aging
** Errors and Repairs Theory
** Free-radical theory
** Gene mutation theory
** Genetic control theory
** Glycation theory of aging
** Hayflick limit theory
** Inflammation theory of aging
** Immunological theory of aging
** Membrane theory of aging
** Mitochondrial Free Radical Theory of Aging
** Mitochondrial Theory of Aging
** Mutation accumulation theory of aging
** Neuroendocrine theory of aging
** Order to disorder theory of aging
** Rate of living theory
** Redundant DNA theory
** Reliability theory of aging and longevity
** Somatic mutation theory of aging
** Telomeric theory of aging
** Theory of programmed death
** Thermodynamic theory of aging
** Thymic-stimulating theory
** Waste accumulation theory
* Tissue engineering
* Toxicity
* Toxicology
* Transhumanism

U

* Unageing
* Uniform Determination of Death Act
* United States Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Research, Nutrition, and General Legislation

V

* Vitamin
* Virtual human initiative
* Vitrification

W

* Walford M.D., Dr. Roy Lee
* Weismann, August
* Werner syndrome
* West, Dr. Michael D.
* Williams, George C.

X

* Xeroderma pigmentosum

Y

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