Medical technology can now identify risk factors in the human body long before they impact your health.
A medical revolution is underway—one that’s making it possible for us to extend our lives for decades by stopping now-fatal diseases before they can take hold of our bodies. In the coming years, we’ll not only be able to live longer, but also have fuller lives characterized by enduring physical mobility and mental sharpness.
Here’s a closer look at the personal longevity revolution—and what it could mean to you and your family as you seek to live your best life.
Stop disease before it starts: the power of biomarkers and genomes
Perhaps the most interesting component of longevity care is the role of biomarkers in understanding genomic risk and promoting long-term health.
Biomarkers are biological data points that reveal the current physical state of affairs of a particular condition. Most biomarkers are blood tests for future risk, but they also might include other health data points like a calcium score or even simpler values like heart rhythm and blood pressure.
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