Food To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

May 22, 2016

One of the most interesting findings in all the research done on the link between diet and periodontal disease is that the less refined and less grain-based the diet, and the higher the intake of raw unprocessed vegetables the healthier the patients’ teeth are. Even without regular access to a dentist! (And it is also […]

Enhance Your Memory With These Tips And Tricks

March 16, 2016

Having a good memory is key to living a healthy life. Exercising your brain is crucial to keeping it sharp and capable and this can be accomplished a number of ways. This article will show you some information that can help you improve your memory, step by step. Arm yourself with as much knowledge as […]

The Effects of Getting Old, and How To Deal With Them

February 28, 2016

No one is ever able to stop the aging process. As you grow older, you want to spend your time wisely doing worthwhile activities. The information in the following article will allow you to learn how to properly take care of your body and mind as you grow old. Exercise The amount of exercise you […]

Ibuprofen adds 12 years to life! Cheap painkillers can slow ageing and fight disease

January 20, 2015

CHEAP over-the-counter painkiller may have astonishing powers to extend life, say researchers. By  JO WILLEY Regular doses of ibuprofen could allow people to live up to 12 years longer. In tests, the drug appears to hold back the ageing process as well as helping fight disease. Ibuprofen, which is used every day at home by […]

How Exercise Keeps Us Young

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS Active older people resemble much younger people physiologically, according to a new study of the effects of exercise on aging. The findings suggest that many of our expectations about the inevitability of physical decline with advancing years may be incorrect and that how we age is, to a large degree, up to […]

The starvation hormone increases lifespan

by P. D. Mangan in Rogue Health and Fitness A very neat paper shows that transgenic mice made to overexpress a certain hormone live much longer than wild type mice: The starvation hormone, fibroblast growth factor-21, extends lifespan in mice. First of all, I’ll just emphasize something from the title of the paper, namely that fibroblast growth factor, […]

Daily Routine Is Important For A Healthy Lifestyle

January 7, 2015

The key to stay motivated and have a healthy mind/body connection is a daily routine which is very important. To some, the thought of a routine sounds boring and rigid, but in truth, routine creates overall well-being and happiness. Here some tips to keep you motivated: 1. Have choices that can benefit you. always think […]

Study suggests vitamin D may prevent prostate tumor growth

November 3, 2014

By Dr. David B. Samadi Published October 29, 2014 New evidence suggests spending more time in the sun could make things brighter for men with prostate cancer. Researchers have found that vitamin D can help block a protein that causes prostate cancer tumors to grow. According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer is the most […]

Why slowing the aging process could save the U.S. trillions

October 8, 2014

BY SARAH CORAPI  October 7, 2013 Finding the fountain of youth might never happen. But new research shows that slowing down the aging process could be an imminent reality — and one that should be taken seriously. As discussed in a new study in the journal Health Affairs, research is emerging about the aging process […]

Delayed aging is better investment than cancer, heart disease research

by Suzanne Wu in USC News October 7, 2013 On the heels of an announcement from Google that the company’s next startup, Calico, will tackle the science of aging, a new study showed that research to delay aging and the infirmities of old age would have better population health and economic returns than advances in individual fatal diseases […]

Family Christian Stores

September 10, 2014

Family Christian stores are a chain of retail shops who “love carrying products that help you grow your faith and share it with others.” They sell different items ranging from Christian-faith themed books to family movies to a wide range of Bibles– not just your standard King James Edition. They also offer exclusive content and […]

Toxic Bacteria Safely Shrink Cancer

August 21, 2014

Vanessa Wasta-Johns Hopkins  A bacterium that is naturally toxic to cattle, sheep, and humans can be tweaked to fight difficult-to-treat cancer tumors. The modified version of Clostridium novyi bacterium produced strong and precisely targeted results in cancers in rats, dogs, and now a human subject, scientists report. Read the whole thing.

Harvard Researcher on Aging: There’s no ‘limit on the human lifespan’

Katie Couric World 3.0 on Yahoo News It was Sinclair’s research on resveratrol, a molecule found in grapes, that made headlines a decade ago when it showed promising results in keeping overfed mice as healthy as lean mice. Sinclair even chose to test resveratrol on himself, something he has been doing for the past 10 […]

Fish Oil Linked to Prostate Cancer Risk

NLM Director’s Comments Transcript Fish Oil Linked to Prostate Cancer Risk: 09/03/2013 Men with comparatively higher levels of fish oil (or omega-3 fatty acids) in their blood have a 44 percent overall higher risk to develop prostate cancer, finds a study recently published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The findings (derived from a […]

The Advantages of Hiring a Personal Trainer

August 19, 2014

If you want to make sure that you will achieve your fitness goals, then it is advisable to hire a personal trainer. You will enjoy many benefits from doing so. Here are some of them. Goal Achievement When you work out alone, it is very easy to fail. When you feel some muscle pain after […]

Gold nanoparticles treatment could beat brain tumors

August 15, 2014

From™ 2003-2013, Science X network A “Trojan horse” treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer, which involves using tiny nanoparticles of gold to kill tumour cells, has been successfully tested by scientists. The ground-breaking technique could eventually be used to treat glioblastoma multiforme, which is the most common and aggressive brain tumour in adults, […]

New Study Supports Links Between Dementia And Vitamin D Deficiency

August 8, 2014

Justine Alford in IFLScience The researchers discovered that participants with a moderate vitamin D deficiency had a 53% increased risk of developing any form of dementia, and those with a severe deficiency had a 125% increased risk. Similar results were also found for the risk of developing Alzheimer’s, which is the most common form of […]

Dry Cleaning Service: The Solution to Busy Life

In today’s busy world, who has the time to actually do their laundry? Laundry is a time-consuming and often stressful task that no one really enjoys doing, especially when they are already occupied with other an array of other things on their to-do list. Imagine how simple your life would be if you didn’t have […]

Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference August 21-23, 2014 · Santa Clara, California

August 6, 2014

The Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference is the latest SENS Research Foundation Conference and will be held on August 21-23 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, California. Join the growing rejuvenation biotechnology industry and hear the latest scientific and policy developments from leading experts in research, industry, policy, finance and regulatory fields. Check it out.

New Science Destroys the Saturated Fat Myth

July 29, 2014

By Dr. Mercola The nutritional myth that saturated fat is bad for you continues to fall apart as a steady stream of new books and studies on this topic hit the media. The latest work to challenge the old dogma is a book called The Big Fat Surprise by journalist Nina Teicholz, interviewed above. Her […]

Capture Special Moments with the Right Photographers

Even with the proliferation of digital cameras and cell phone cameras, for certain special occasions in life when it is time to call in the professional photographers. Whether it is a wedding, or a senior picture, a professional photographer will make sure the moment is captured for prosperity. The reason to turn to a professional […]

Wonders Of Exercising On Your Body

July 25, 2014

There are many health articles that you get to read on magazines, newspapers, on the internet and through many other mediums. Some of them give you some good information, which might help you in some way. Some of them are just random ones, picked up from somewhere. You will also find articles that will tell […]

4 reasons you need long-term care insurance

July 22, 2014

By Stephen Williams @ MarketWatch It shouldn’t come as a surprise that health care costs are among the leading concerns on people’s minds when nearing retirement. The average couple retiring in 2014 can expect to pay $220,000 to $240,000 in health-care costs during the course of their retirements, according to a new estimate from Fidelity […]

10 things retirement communities won’t tell you

July 21, 2014

By Elizabeth O’Brien, MarketWatch  Active-adult communities, assisted-living facilities, continuing-care retirement communities — that’s just the tip of the jargon iceberg for places people 55 and over might spend their golden years. And since each facility uses different terms and has different pricing structures, comparison-shopping becomes very difficult. Read the whole thing.

Essential Qualities of a Good Personal Trainer

July 19, 2014

A good personal trainer helps you take proper care of your body, and shows you different ways to improve your fitness performance to help you reach your fitness goals effectively. Basically, a job of a personal fitness trainer is to lead, instruct and motivate you in your personal interest to stay fit and healthy. Personal […]

5 Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol Without Prescription Medicines

July 15, 2014

Five Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol Without Prescription Medicines With the explosion of fatty foods over the last twenty to thirty years, it is no surprise that cholesterol levels are higher than they have ever been in certain demographics. In a world of feed me now fast foods, it doesn’t take long to find yourself […]

Do You Need a Daily Vitamin?

Do You Need a Daily Vitamin? Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet can help you get the right amount of vitamins and nutrients, but sometimes that isn’t enough to keep your body packed with the tools it needs to stay healthy. Choosing a vitamin, like Centrum, supplements your diet. Here are just some of the problems […]

Aspirin May Cut Pancreatic Cancer Risk

June 27, 2014

By NICHOLAS BAKALAR, NYT, JUNE 26, 2014 12:05 AM A new study adds to the evidence that low-dose aspirin, known to reduce the risk for heart disease, may also reduce the risk for pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer has a 93 percent fatality rate, and the National Cancer Institute estimates there will be about 46,000 new […]

How to Keep Your Muscles Strong as You Age

June 24, 2014

By LAURA LANDRO @ The Wall Street Journal  Experts Are Looking Into Promising Treatments for Muscle Decline. But There Are Things You Can Do About It Now. Muscle strength is one of the keys to healthy aging, yet after we achieve peak mass in our early 40s, it’s pretty much downhill from there. Most people […]

Brain games that could pay off in retirement

June 19, 2014

ELIZABETH O’BRIEN’S RETIRE WELL at MarketWatch Some activities and exercises show promise in fighting dementia. We all know that exercise helps keep our hearts healthy, but what keeps our brains in top form? Researchers are working overtime to answer this question, as the boomers grow older and a cure for Alzheimer’s disease remains elusive. The good […]

Is Your Home Eco-Healthy & Fresh?

June 15, 2014

When you walk through your house, do you feel healthy and fresh? Do you feel that the environment in your house is clean and eco-friendly? Do you use those products which are healthy for you? If the answer is yes, then you have a healthy home and a healthy lifestyle for sure. If you are […]

Get Fit Walking Your Dog

June 16, 2014

We are Animal Lovers!! Our passion to serve and care for our community pets is our ONLY mission! We are committed to quality pet care and remarkable patient-doctor relationships! Your pets are like our family! With that in mind here is information on how to make the daily walk more enjoyable for you and your […]

Fasting may help protect against immune-related effects of aging

June 7, 2014

Science Recorder | James Fluere | Saturday, June 07, 2014 The researchers assessed whether fasting could have protective effects for immune cells such as white blood cells. Researchers reporting in Thursday’s issue of the Cell Press journal Cell Stem Cell have discovered that periodic fasting may fight both chemotherapy-caused and aging-related alterations in immune cell […]

Learning a second language can stave off dementia, new study claims

June 5, 2014

MarketWatch By Russ Britt: File this under things you need to do before you get old. Britain’s Daily Telegraph reports a study from the University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Cognitive Aging and Cognitive Epidemiology that says if you learn a second language — even in adulthood — it can stave off dementia for at least […]

Roadmap to physical immortality: The end of death in 7 easy steps

Geek News By Graham Templeton: Life extension is an area of technology that is going to sneak up on people. The sheer, seeming improbability of it is daunting; death seems like the single, immutable truth in life, the one dependable thing we can take for granted. While it may be depressing in many ways, death […]

The case for eating Steak and Cream

June 4, 2014

The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet By Nina Teicholz. Simon & Schuster; 479 pages; $27.99. Why everything you heard about fat is wrong “EATING foods that contain saturated fats raises the level of cholesterol in your blood,” according to the American Heart Association (AHA). “High levels of blood […]

How to Freeze People and Bring Them Back to Life

May 29, 2014

Doctors at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh are beginning the first-ever human trials of “suspended animation” among gunshot victims with potentially fatal injuries. In order to buy more time to fix their wounds, doctors will replace all of the patients’ blood with a saline solution, which will cool down the body and practically stop cellular activity. Read […]

To Age Well, Walk

May 28, 2014

Regular exercise, including walking, significantly reduces the chance that a frail older person will become physically disabled, according to one of the largest and longest-running studies of its kind to date. Read the whole thing. I have just started an article on this exact subject.  

Supplements may make our bodies age FASTER?

I hope not, I take a shot glass full each day. Think antioxidants will make you live longer? Think again: We spend millions on them but now researchers say supplements may make our bodies age FASTER. We all want to stay as healthy and young-looking as possible, which is why millions of us dutifully take […]

Suspended Animation Goes Primetime: Say Goodbye To Death As We Know It

May 24, 2014

From Steven Kotler at Forbes: In The Princess Bride, the always sagacious Miracle Max—aka Billy Crystal—points out “there’s a big difference between mostly dead and all dead.” And he wasn’t wrong. Read the whole thing.

How Health Clinics Can Help You Change Your Life

May 20, 2014

For most people, good health is at the top of their priority list. Unfortunately, in the United States, achieving that goal is much easier wished than accomplished. Here in America, the land of French fries and pizza, eating right and maintaining a healthy body weight is next to impossible. For those who were raised on […]

Young Blood

May 11, 2014

Read Derek Lowes blog,  Young Blood. “You also have to wonder what something like this would do to the current model of blood donation and banking, if it turns out that plasma from an 18-year-old is worth a great deal more than plasma from a fifty-year-old. I hope that the folks at the Red Cross […]

A Guide to Losing Weight With Garcinia Cambogia

May 8, 2014

With all the excitement encompassing garcinia cambogia and its purported fat loss results, remarkably little appears to have been said regarding how to utilize it to its full potential. As happens to be the case with many nutritional supplements, the way that you take this can strongly affect the kind of effects that you achieve, […]

Beans and Peas Lower Cholesterol

April 17, 2014

Beans and Peas Lower Cholesterol by Nicholas Bakalar in the New York Times Eating modest amounts of legumes — peas, chickpeas, beans and lentils — appears to reduce levels of LDL, the so-called bad cholesterol.  Read the whole article.

Lovely Day for a Walk

April 4, 2014

Saw this article, People exposed to earlier sunlight are leaner than those who get afternoon light, and it touched a button.  I don’t think humans have completely adapted to living this far north, thus SAD and not being aware how important natural light is to our health and wellbeing. Fran & I do our three mile walk […]

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