Media Outlets Cover Wellderly Study Report Published in Cell

STSI researchers report link between cognitive genes and healthy aging

Wellderly Study, Scripps Health, San Diego.

A number of media outlets covered the publication by the journal Cell of results from the Wellderly Study, an eight-year-long research project looking into the genetic secrets of healthy aging by the Scripps Translational Science Institute.

Read the BuzzFeed article: A Long Life Is Genetically Different From a Healthy One

Read the Huffington Post column: Let’s All Aim to Be Wellderly

Read the Daily Mail article: What is the Secret to the Queen’s Long Life? Study Finds the ‘Cocktail’ of Genes That Protect People From Disease as They Age

Read the Nature article: Genetic Secrets of the Healthy Elderly Unveiled

Read the Time article: These Are the Genes Behind Healthy Aging

Read the KPBS report: San Diego Study: Healthy Aging May Not Require Winning the Genetic Lottery

Read the San Diego Union-Tribune article: Good Cognition, Healthy Body Linked in ‘Wellderly,’ Study Finds

Read the International Business Times article: Researchers Fail to Find Silver Bullet for Healthy Aging

Read the CBS News article: Scientists Search For the Genes Behind Healthy Aging

Read the Express article: Elixir of Life? Set of Genese ‘Helps People Live to Ripe Old Age’ Identified by Scientists

Read the GenomeWeb article: First Wellderly Findings Highlight Protective, Cognitive Variants

Read coverage in Politico’s Pulse report: Meet the ‘Wellderly’

Read the HealthDay article: Do Genes That Protect Against Dementia Guard Against Chronic Disease?

Read the Medical News Today article: What is the Key to Healthy Aging? New Gene Study Sheds Light

Read the MIT Technology Review article: Is There a Fountain of Youth in Our DNA?

Times of San Diego: ‘Wellderly’ Study Finds Cognitive Health Key to Longevity

Read the Corriere Della Sera (in Italian): Ecco il DNA Degli Anziani Super-Sani Che Protegge da Alzheimer e Malattie

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