Stress seems to have become a constant in our modern lives. Click on the resources below to find out more about how stress and the ways that we react to it impacts the length of our telomeres.
Exposure to air pollution before birth may shorten our livesStress & Telomeres, Telomeres in the news
CNN covers the latest study published this week in JAMA Pediatrics that looked at 641 Mother-Child dyads to see if fine particulate matter exposure in utero affected the telomere length of the offspring. The researchers used measurements...
Childhood poverty, poor support may drive up pregnant woman’s biological ageStress & Telomeres, Institutional Web Site
Researchers at The Ohio State University collected blood from 81 pregnant women and then surveyed them to gauge levels of known stressors such as low socioeconomic status and a history of abuse. The scientists then measured the telomeres...
Stress and Poverty Makes You Old Before Your TimeStress & Telomeres, Telomeres in the news
The Washington Post reveals how psychosocial stress and economic disadvantage relate to shorter telomeres.… Read More