natural aging

natural aging

[′nach·rəl ′āj·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Spontaneous aging at room temperature of a supersaturated metallic solid solution.
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Your lung function declines as a part of natural aging, but this study found that exposure to particulate matter pollution ages your lungs even faster -- and the more pollution you're exposed to, the quicker your lungs age.
Aged in a special Marcoot underground aging cave - designed after the man-made cheese caves in Switzerland - natural aging is provided for their cheese.
"Muscle stem cells can 'burn out' trying to regenerate tissue during the natural aging process or due to chronic muscle disease," said Alessandra Sacco of Sanford Burnham Prebys.
Her research goal is to develop drugs or interventions to delay, lessen or even reverse some of the negative changes in the heart caused by natural aging. Chiao received her Ph.D.
As part of the natural aging process, humans begin to use more of their right frontal brain to process language.
ISLAMABAD -- According to a new study, the effects of natural aging processes, combined with those of obesity and a poor diet, affect certain brain mechanisms, thereby boosting the risk of Alzheimer's.
Though the wrinkles resulting from mitochondrial decline were more severe in female subjects, the marks were pretty similar to those noted in intrinsic or natural aging or extrinsic aging, which occurs due to the impact of an external factor such as smoking or long sun exposure.
In four weeks, the mice showed gray hair, reduced hair density, hair loss, slowed movements and lethargy, changes that are reminiscent of natural aging.
Summary: Women need vaginal tightening due to child birth and natural aging process.
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.