A Study of Early Life Adversity versus Later Immune Aging Points to Cytomegalovirus as the Problem

A fair number of research groups study psychological stress and aging, and investigations of early life adversity versus later risk of age-related disease fall into this category. The paper here finds that persistent cytomegalovirus infection is likely the mediating mechanism linking early life stress and later increased risk of age-related disease, acting through accelerated immune...

https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2017/11/a-study-of-early-life-adversity-versus-later-immune-aging-points-to-cytomegalovirus-as-the-problem/

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Robert Zinn, M.D., Ph.D. is a medical doctor, physician, and web entrepreneur, who, for over 15 years was employed by academic and research institutions and focused his clinical practices on very specialized patient populations, such as those with rare genetic diseases or rare cancers. He shares his knowledge through his website, NutritionTheory.org

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