An intro to aging process
Young Adult (18-35)
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the ageing process is a real head scratcher for scientists. Healthy humans are capable of healing their injuries, recovering from illnesses and replicating their Selves again and again. Why can't this process continue? For our old age and death are hardly helpful to ask species survival. After all, scientists have studied nearly every type of animal from short lift fruit flies to age. Defying flood warms to unravel this mystery. According to one theory, our life span is programmed into our DNA, which jump starts the ageing process. Once we are beyond our reproductive years, scientists, including with the age related genes in some worms, have been able to dramatically increase their life spans. Another theory holds that yourselves have a sort of expire expiration date and can only be reproduced so many times. Some scientists believe that the longer you leave, the more damage your body racks up. Eventually, the human machine becomes so box with glitches that it can no longer repeat repair itself properly. Likely, a combination of these theory can explain the ageing process. Our life span is also affected by many factors outside our body. How we eat where we leave even whether women marry can influence our bodies. Expiry date. Thank you