photo shows a man with tan skin and black hair wearing a white button down shirt and holding a molecular model of taurine, an atypical amino acid
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Taurine — an amino acid made by the human body and often added to energy drinks — may slow aging and extend the lifespan of some animals, a new study has found. However, whether it could work in humans is still a big unknown.

Taurine extended the lifespan of middle-aged worms and mice and also improved some aspects of monkey health, scientists reported Thursday (June 8) in the journal. Science. The findings suggest that taurine should be tested as a treatment to promote healthy aging in people, the study authors wrote.

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