Few blogs I see have a table of contents, which I feel is a big lack in the online world. So here is one, hope you find it useful!
The only real difference between a table of contents in a book and this one: this one is ordered by title.
About: a bit more about me (brief bio) and why I am interested in aging.
Aging Blog: A description of what I hope this blog will do for you.
Aging Books, by author. My aging books, sorted by author.
Aging discussion group meeting 2/8/22: This is a monthly group I lead. We talk about the Advancing Science of Slowing Aging.
Biohacking adventures, successes and failures. A few of the biohacking things I have done.
Bits & Pieces: Links to other websites I found interesting.
Blog purpose: A description of what I hope the blog will do for me.
Book: Healthy at 100: My notes on this book about aging.
Book: Spring Chicken: A great book about aging science.
Book: The FastLife: a good read about intermittent fasting and exercise.
Book: The End of Alzheimer’s: My notes on this excellent book about stopping Alzheimer’s.
Book: The Longevity Seekers: My notes on this book.
Book: Younger Next Year: My notes on this excellent book about exercise and aging.
Calculator links: aging related calculators.
Cell survival, suicide and how to kill them: all about senescent cells and senolytics.
Comments: a few notes about comments.
Contact: Want to send me a note? Use this page.
Daily Thesis Progress: January 2022. My ‘daily’ notes on everything I do related to aging research & teaching.
Defeating Aging: my main page.
Defeating Dementia: a few thoughts about this critical subject.
Dementia: another blog on this critical subject.
Forever Healthy Press Release September 3, 2019: these folks do excellent work on possible aging solutions. This one is about NAD+ replacement therapy.
In the beginning… This is my background and why I am writing this blog.
Index: I really like book indexes, so I hope to have a similar on this blog.
Medical testing, PCS9 inhibitors & aging conference–an email to a friend: I write to a friend.
Microlives: a way to measure progress in slowing aging. A pretty neat idea that I have been using for a while now. But better things have come out, like epigenetics.
More about me: just a little more information about your author.
More about the Sri Lanka lab: I run a lab in Sri Lanka, this is a little more about it.
Nutrition Investigator: Roc is an aquantence, and we share a keen interest in nutrition and how it impacts aging.
Ray’s Readings: links to the aging books and other information I have read.
Rapamycin Doctor: all about my visit to Dr. Alan Green.
Recent Deaths: So sad when friends and family die.
Salt Sensitive…or not: I test whether I am salt sensitive.
Science & Aging: Where the science is on figuring how to slow & stop aging.
Someday, aging will be defeated: How I feel the future will be for aging and health science in general.
Things you can do now: A discussion about things that science has shown extend lifespan. At least in animals.
To-do & goals: just a list of things I hope to do with this website.
Update Spring 2020: I hadn’t written here in a while, so just wrote an update.
Index: Since an index in a book is listed at the end, I list it again here!
Notes on how I arranged this Table of Contents:
- I assume you will search the page for things you are really interested in.
- I have roughly alphabetized the page titles.
- All links to my book notes start with the word Book so they will all be sorted properly.
Note to myself: this was updated with all posts on 2/15/22. Need to add in all files now. Also I should update this so I can auto-add more.