Cracking the Aging Code: The New Science of Growing Old—And What it Means for Staying Young, by Josh Mitteldorf and Dorion Sagan, will be released June 14th, showing us how to increase the quality and quantity of our later years.
Until now the values of strength training hadn’t been researched to the same extent as aerobics and basic physical activities. The new findings show significant values in overall health and protecting against the diseases of old age.
The only people who “like” aging are people who didn’t have lives to begin with. Age is the ultimate added insult. The first ever aging reversal proves that time isn’t unbeatable. The problem is that the public may never get access to it.
It appears that there is a type of fountain of youth on Earth but the catch is that, for now at least, only mice have benefited from it. It is a compound, referred to as an anti-aging compound, and researchers intend next to use it in human trials.
Yes, things are getting interesting in stem cells. The Fountain of Youth in a jar is one new possibility. Stem cells are giving science and medicine new lessons. An injection of stem cells into someone’s knee, even resulted in improved facial skin.
Until now, marketers of cosmetics and skin-care products have been able to sit back with their feet up while drugs, food and nutritional supplements have faced heavy scrutiny from U.S. watchdogs. But not any more.
There’s a gene called Pnet which has been proven to fight tumors and aid weight loss and fights aging. Apparently this gene is missing from human cancers. The good news is that finally, even if it seems too good to be true, this time it is.
"Maybe you're born with it, Nah! I'm pretty sure is Fotoshop." That's just one of the lines from the video parody that's gone viral practically overnight on how magazines deceive readers into striving to achieve an image that does not exist in reality.
The key to long life may prove to be the length of our telomeres, which are caps on the ends of our DNA strands. TA-65 a research-validated oral supplement shown to be able to repair and protect telomeres is about to go mainstream.
New research from Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in the United States (Utah) shows that periodic fasting affects your health, your heart, and your hormones, particularly hGH or human growth hormone.