1% Extra Newsletter 21-10-22

The 1% Podcast – Matt Kaeberlein

Dr Matt Kaeberlein, Professor of Pathology, Adjunct Professor of Genome Sciences & Adjunct Professor of Oral Health Sciences at the University of Washington is our latest 1% Podcast guest. Matt’s research is focused on the basic mechanisms of aging in order to facilitate translational interventions that promote healthspan and improve quality of life. 

Aging well – the focus of 21st Century medicine

Traditional medicine focuses on longer lifespan over healthspan but with a better understanding of the biology of aging it may be possible to have both.

1 min

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The best non-lifestyle aging interventions

Outside of eating well, exercising and getting enough sleep there are other aging interventions such as Rapamycin that are proving themselves in clinical trials. 

4 mins

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Rapamycin side effects and availability

Matt refers to the risk – reward profile that comes with all non-lifestyle interventions and how Rapamycin fares out for side effects and availability.

1 min

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Insight of the Week

“Where you focus can hold you back. Focusing on the outcome makes the gap between now and the finish line seem larger than it is. Focus on the next step.”

Shane Parrish

Consistency – Our Ultimate Superpower at Work?
by Shay Dalton

“In a recent podcast with ice hockey professional, Justin Roethlingshoefer Justin says the following: “Talent will get you noticed, consistency gets you paid.” Simple, and yet quite profound – especially in today’s world where talent seems, on the surface at least, to be what secures the high-end roles and accompanying salary and benefits package.”

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