People born in the same year have similar chronological age, but each of their bodies age at different rates. Though the risk of many diseases increases with age, the link between age, health and lifespan is not clearly understood. A new study has shown that the level of the substance which indicates oxidative damage increases in the urine of people as they get older. The findings of the study are published in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. The substance is used as a marker and helps to easily measure the age of the body and in predicting age-related disease and death.
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