[Genes tell of the Neanderthal role in human evolution].
Differential associations between white blood cell counts and fatigue in young and older adults.
[Time to see the risks associated with traditional Chinese medicine].
Interaction between exercise, dietary restriction and age-related bone loss in a rodent model of male senile osteoporosis.
[Aging with "compressed morbidity" one more illusion. The morbidity during aging is more likely to have expanded].
[The long way towards selling telomere lengths?].
Decline of bone marrow-derived hematopoietic progenitor cell quality during aging in the rat.
[Complex genetics of the exceptional longevity. A few steps toward solution of the aging].
[A vermiform appendix beneficial for the human being].
[Commercial "do it yourself" genetic tests more and more popular--but the value is uncertain].
[Unclear boundaries for scientific misconduct. Difficult to detect false and manipulated data].
[Maybe Darwin's evolution theory is included in God's planning].
Physical functioning and use of health services in a young and old sample. The influence of fatigue.
Hippocampal metabolic proteins are modulated in voluntary and treadmill exercise rats.
Running has a negative effect on bone metabolism and proinflammatory status in male aged rats.
Modulation of the hippocampal protein machinery in voluntary and treadmill exercising rats.
Influence of physical exercise and food restriction on the biomechanical properties of the femur of ageing male rats.
[Carrel never succeeded in prolonging the survival of his connective tissue cells].
["Drunk" after death?].
Hippocampal signaling cascades are modulated in voluntary and treadmill exercise rats.
Norepinephrine treatment and aging lead to systemic and intracellular oxidative stress in rats.
Bone structure and metabolism in a rodent model of male senile osteoporosis.
Impact of moderate physical exercise--in comparison with dietary restrictions--on age-associated decline in cell-mediated immunity of Sprague-Dawley rats.
Impairment of water maze behaviour with ageing is counteracted by maze learning earlier in life but not by physical exercise, food restriction or housing conditions.
The impact of environment in comparison with moderate physical exercise and dietary restriction on BDNF in the cerebral parietotemporal cortex of aged Sprague-Dawley rats.