Internet Users Continue Posting Photos To Prove That People Aged Faster In The Past

Being
one of the largest and most in-depth studies on aging and health, it aims at understanding
the factors influencing how we age and find solutions to cure, slow down and
even prevent age-related disorders.

Equipped
with a team of over 160 researchers and contributors, the CLSA is following
over 50,000 randomly selected men and women within the ages of 14 and 85 over a
20-Year course in a bid to understand why some individuals live longer than
others.

Nevertheless,
the biggest funders of the ongoing projects include the Canada Foundation for
Innovation, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Ontario Ministry of
Research and Innovation and other contributing provinces.

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