Researcher studies “old dogs” for tricks on human aging

USA Today did an interesting article on Purdue University researcher David Waters who hopes a bunch of old dogs will be able to teach scientists news tricks about aging and cancer.

Like similar aging studies on long-living, cloistered nuns, Waters believes there are things to be learned from the Rottweilers on his tour. While genetics typically gets 30% of the blame for cancer and age-related health issues, 70% is lifestyle, he said.

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