Counting DNA mutations predicts lifespan, raises hopes of reversing aging



A study found those with a higher rate of genetic mutations at a young age lived on average five years less than those with a lower level of genetic mutations at the same age. grum_l/Depositphotos
https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/lifespan-accumulated-genetic-mutations-germline-fertility-dna/

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