In the realm of public health, awareness is a powerful tool. As we navigate through the complexities of the global health landscape, a new threat has emerged, catching many by surprise. This threat is the Human Metapneumovirus (HMPV), a relatively unknown virus that has seen a significant rise in cases recently.
Over the years, senescent cells, which are aging cells that stop dividing but don’t die, can accumulate in the body. These cells can cause chronic inflammation, contributing to conditions like cancer and degenerative disorders. In mice, removing senescent cells from aging tissues has been shown to restore tissue balance and increase healthy lifespan.