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What does XOL stand for?

XOL stands for Extension of Life

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It appears that as men delay reproduction, they will pass on longer telomeres to offspring, which may facilitate extension of life span and allow reproducing at older ages.
While unhesitatingly endorsing biomedicine for its "management of symptoms, the extension of life and the management of critical incidents" Barcan gives a compelling account of the basis of CAM's appeal to its best-identified categories of clientele: no longer confined to the counter-cultural minority but "empowered, savvy selectors of system-beating alternatives.
For the study population as a whole, each month of antihypertensive therapy was associated with a 1-day extension of life expectancy free from cardiovascular death, the researchers said (JAMA 2011;306:2588-93).
The study, which is the first to associate an extension of life span with consumption of apples, adds evidence to the benefits revealed in other investigations, including a study that found a decrease in heart disease risk in women who consumed the fruit.