Declaration: IAS Aging Matters Magazine is intended for IAS private members (and therefore is not intended for the public). It focuses on the latest international nutritional, hormonal and drug therapies to help combat the signs of aging. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you have read and agreed to the full declaration.

Read the full declaration
Antiaging ArticlesAntiaging VideosAntiviralsBioregulatorsCan C Eye DropsCuraderm (BEC5)Health ConditionsHealth SupplementsHot TopicsMetforminNutritional SupplementsPain ReliefSpecialist ProductsSports & Workout SupplementsTopics

Scientific Articles

Our latest research concerning scientific articles about a variety of topics, including the following:

  • Can Metformin reduce COVID-19 mortality rates?
  • Improvements in women’s sex lives after menopause with testosterone
  • The replacement of diabetes insulin injections with a pill
  • Gum disease and the link to Alzheimer’s
  • Genetic researchers reverse grey hair, wrinkles and balding in mice

Did you know?…

  1. The sun is one of the most damaging factors when it comes to skin.
  2. Menopause is a natural and gradual process where the ovaries produce fewer female hormones.
  3. There are an estimated 55 million people living with dementia worldwide.
A man riding his bike down a track surrounded by trees

New understandings into how exercise can lift mood in depression

22 August 2019

There is increasing evidence that exercise can help symptoms of depression and lift mood, although the reasons have been uncertain….

Read More
Image of the inside of a human with a highlighted red lump above the heart

Exosomes to Regenerate the Thymus

25 June 2019

A new study from researchers at the University of Pecs, Hungary used cell secretions known as exosomes to regenerate one…

Read More
A 3D cross section of a vein and the red blood cells getting caught in a restricted area

Reducing arterial stiffness could reduce risk of dementia

6 December 2018

A new study by the University College London & Cardiff University has presented that people aged 50, whose blood pressure…

Read More
Close up image of pink and blue microbes

Vitamin B17: An Alternative Cancer Treatment

1 October 2018

By Leslie J. Farer If you’re a baby boomer or older, you may remember hearing about Laetrile, the highly publicized…

Read More
A small white and black mouse

Genetic researchers reverse wrinkles, grey hair and balding in mice

28 September 2018

Researchers have rejuvenated mice by reversing age-related wrinkles and hair loss. It is possible that humans could get a similar…

Read More
Diabetes Type 2 text on paper magnified with glasses next to a syringe

Type 2 diabetes, obesity may soon be reversed with gene therapy

28 September 2018

New research demonstrations that gene therapy can completely reverse markers of type 2 diabetes and obesity in rodents. According to…

Read More
A close up of a grey and white microbe

Stem cells zapped with radiation can protect mice from cancer

16 February 2018

Joseph Wu and his team at Stanford University have discovered that a mouse’s immune system can be primed to identify…

Read More
A person with the thymus gland glowing in yellow

Researchers develop a technique to regenerate the mouse thymus

24 January 2018

The thymus gland is an organ in the lymphatic system serves a vital role within the immune system. In a…

Read More
Orange spices

Science Reveals That Curcumin Removes Fluoride From the Brain

21 November 2017

Fluoride is a mineral found in our water supply in varying amounts, depending on where you live. The mineral is…

Read More
A small pink pig

Are pigs brain cells the answer to those with Parkinson’s?

21 November 2017

Living Cell Technologies, based in Aukland New Zealand have been developing a procedure that uses cells from the choroid plexus…

Read More


Lost your password?