Time change for biological aging clocks: How immune cells shape our body’s true age

When asked, “How old are you?” Most people measure by how many birthdays they’ve had. But scientists have developed epigenetic clocks to measure how “old” your body really is. At the forefront of aging research, these clocks go beyond our calendar age to try and reveal our biological age—a true marker of how healthy we are.

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