In an earlier post, based on data from the Baltimore Longitidunal Study on Aging (BLSA), I suggested that total white blood cell (WBCs) counts between 3500 to 6000 cells per microliter of blood may be optimal for reducing disease risk and for maximizing longevity ( However, within WBCs, neutrophils increase, […]

In an earlier post, I wrote about quantifying my biological age with ( The importance of that post is illustrated by the finding that based on data from 13 blood tests between 2016 – 2019, my average biological age is 29.2y, which is ~33% younger than my chronological age. […]

In an earlier post I wrote about the association between elevated circulating levels of homocysteine with an increased risk of death from all causes ( I started to post updates in that link, but I’ve decided to move them to here. As of 6/2018, I now have tracked dietary data […]