Starved Worms Stop Aging And Live Longer - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

A new study from researchers at Duke University has found that nematode worms actually stop physically ageing, and can live up to twice as long when they are deprived of food. When the worms didn‘t have access to food, the cells and organs in their body arrested development, though the worms still moved around to forage.



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