Popular Mechanics Looks at “Spare Parts for People”

Recent breakthroughs in biology and medicine have significantly extended the average human lifespan and rid the world of many fatal diseases. However, not all diseases have been conquered, and the busier our lifestyles become, the shorter life seems to be.

In the article “How to Live 150 Years: Spare Parts for People,” the June issue of Popular Mechanics looks at whether science will enable mankind to make the next leap forward. Editors also invite readers to improve their knowledge of anatomy by playing a game on the same topic on the magazine’s website.

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