natural aging

natural aging

[′nach·rəl ′āj·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Spontaneous aging at room temperature of a supersaturated metallic solid solution.
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It has already been established that natural aging impairs the function of our skeletal muscles.
Certain diseases and natural aging affect that circadian rhythm or are linked to disruptions in it, but (https://nccih.
It also suggests that a diet rich in fruits can slow down the lung's natural aging process even if you have never smoked,' says Vanessa Garcia-Larsen, study's lead author.
According to this recent research, eating three apples a day slows down the natural aging of the lungs and repairs damage caused by smoking.
Blame it to sun's ultra-violet (UV) rays, pollution, stress and the natural aging process.
Once the needle is removed, the cork naturally reseals and the wine continues its natural aging process without any oxidation and can be accessed numerous times over a period of weeks, months or even years.
AmaBella Allure:There are many things that cause aging and we cannot do much about the natural aging process.
The special feature of the complex is that the rods will be hardened in a basin with water, allowing for a natural aging process.
Finding the key players could lead to therapeutic targets for counteracting some of the negative effects of progerias and perhaps even forestalling the effects of natural aging.
Lifetime contaminant and hormonal profiles have been reconstructed for an individual male blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus, Linnaeus 1758) using the earplug as a natural aging matrix that is also capable of archiving and preserving lipophilic compounds.
At the same time, a reverse type of dependency appeared in which the cutting force decreased when the increasing hardness was due only to natural aging in each iron.
The natural aging process is associated with a complex deterioration of multiple components of the host immune system.