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Span

To cover all contingencies within a specified range.

Span

A unit of length equivalent to nine inches.
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These findings raise the possibility of a hormone therapy to extend life span," said Dr.
We look forward to expanding LIFE SPAN labs' online presence through a three-part strategy that has proven successful with many clients," said Kent Lewis, Anvil Media president.
The average life spans of both women and men showed the first increase in three years.
In a report in the September 16 edition of Cell, the scientists describe their identification of a new level of regulation of this age-related protein variant, showing that when they remove it, the organism's life span is cut short and when they restore it, life span is dramatically extended.
Since 80 percent of what kills most people can be traced to the circulatory system--heart attacks, strokes, wounding, metastasizing cancer--such a vasculoid would dramatically increase one's life span.
Marcus Laux offering his extensive expertise to our customers, executives and science team is a natural fit," said Rod Tallman, LIFE SPAN labs co-founder and CEO.
Favorable metabolic changes that come with a reduced-pain existence might drive life span extension.
In a study with fruit flies, which generally survive an average of 64 days, an increase of mean life span to 80 days occurred in curcumin-fed flies.
The study defined average life span as the point at which half the members of a given test group remained alive.
These trees have a 200-year life span and they've been here for 100 years.
We, as career counselors, work to facilitate choices and decisions people make over the life span in work and other life roles.
Paepke has in mind such things as the extension of the human life span and the augmentation of intelligence through chemical, genetic, and electronic means.