Eyes reveal true age

Boston University medical researchers have discovered that a specialised eye scanner that accurately measures spectroscopic signals from proteins in the lens, can detect and track biological aging in living humans.

Chronological age does not adequately measure individual variation in the rate of biological aging, said co-author, Associate Professor Lee Goldstein. 

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