Cinnamon Extract Can Inhibit Alzheimer’s Progression

Inspiring Biblical use of spices prompted Tel Aviv University researchers to examine cinnamon extract. The bark extract studied is called CEppt and can halt...

Treatments for Longevity Untested – How to Test Them

  Tests with human subjects require decades, and are impossible to control, so the  gold standard for testing claims for treatments that delay aging is...

Is Noise Pollution Aging You?

A recent study done in France believes that noise may shorten sparrows’ telomeres. Could this be happening to humans as well? Noise. It is everywhere....

Genetic Switch Could be Key to Increased Health and Longevity

Newly discovered genetic switches that increase lifespan and boost fitness in worms are also linked to increased lifespan in mammals, offering hope that drugs...

Vital Nutrition for Health and Anti-aging Effects

Research in nutritional science has been increasing in its ability to demonstrate just how nutrition works to benefit human health and to slow the...

Keep Working to Avoid Dementia

Keeping the brain active by working later in life may be an effective way to ward off Alzheimer's disease, research suggests.  Researchers analysed data...

High Blood Pressure Can Increase Risk of Memory Problems

Patients with high blood pressure are more likely to develop memory problems in middle age than those who do not have the condition, according...

People Who Look Young For Their Age Tend To Live Longer

Some of you may remember a Billy Crystal skit when he was on SNL. He dressed up like Fernando Lamas and in a...

Nursing Home Residents Form a Biker Gang

Lydia Scheltes woke up in her bed at Bethesda Retirement Center one morning with pinkish hair, a tattoo on her arm and a hangover....

Brain Halves Increase Communication to Compensate for Aging

Increased communication between distant brain regions helps older adults compensate for the negative aspects of aging, reports a new study published this week in Human...

Gut Bacteria Chemicals Keep Old Animals Young. Us, too?

A class of chemicals, called indoles, made by intestinal bacteria help worms, flies, and mice stay mobile and resilient longer in their lives, report...

Average Life Expectancy Set to Increase Worldwide by 2030 – S. Korea Peaking at...

  A new study suggests that average life expectancy is set to increase worldwide by 2030, both at birth and by the age of 65....

5 Ways Epitalon Pushes Back Against Disease and Aging

Peptide bioregulators, like Epitalon, Cortexin or Thymalin work via pleiotropic mechanisms, providing support to diverse areas of day-to-day cellular and tissue-related functions. The culmination of...

Apply This For 15 Minute On Your Hair And They Will Never Become White

Sadly that more and more people among 30 years old are affected with this problem of graying and white hairs. The factors are numerous...

Lutein, Zeaxanthin Found to Prevent Age-Related Macular Degeneration

by: David Gutierrez Two chemical compounds in the carotenoid family may help protect against age-related blindness, according to a recent study published in the...

Robert Reich On Health Care: Old People Have to Die

Robert Reich, Clinton’s Secretary of Labor and avid Obama supporter, wants to deny health care to old folks. They’re too expensive. He also told...

Study: Herbal Remedy Ginkgo Biloba Won’t Stop Senior Moments

The most common herbal supplement for improving brain function probably does not provide any long-term benefits, at least not in older adults. That's the...

Prostate Cancer Tests Don’t Help Older Men

The older a man becomes, the more likely he is to go through prostrate cancer screening, but the less likely it is...

Secrets Of Longevity May Lie In Long-Lived Smokers, A ‘Biologically Distinct’ Group With Extraordinary...

Jeanne Calment, the French doyenne believed to be oldest person in the world when she died at the extreme age of 122, was known...

Growing Up in a Poor and Challenging Environment Alters the Genome

We know that stress contributes to accelerate a natural process in adults: the shortening of telomeres (the protective ends of chromosomes) with age. But...

University of Bonn Scientists: ‘Low-Dose THC from Cannabis Reverses the Aging Process in the...

Research has proven that medical cannabis has a positive effect in the prevention and treatment of cancer, as well as having a clear benefit...

The Ancient Secrets of Okinawan Long Life and Health!

Could the consumption of high-quality amino acids be the key to a long (healthy) life? The connection between amino acids and a long life...

Shock: Inside the Healthcare Bill

Following the mad recommendations of Peter Singer made in NYT's Sunday magazine, it pays to take a look at what is actually in the...

44.1mn Americans Will Become Diabetic by 2034

The number of Americans living with diabetes will nearly double, from 23.7 million in 2009 to 44.1 million in 2034, say researchers. Consequently, spending on...

Curry Spice Saffron ‘Could Stop You Going Blind’

It is one food colouring that you won't mind giving to the family. Research has shown that saffron, which gives chicken korma and paella their...

Endurance Cyclists Set World Record Powered by Raw Milk

The Raw Milk Cats are a female cycling team between the ages of 44 and 58 who not only beat at least one world...

Fast For Longevity and Health

The types and quality of food you eat influences more than how much you weigh. Food has an effect on your metabolism, insulin production,...

New Study: Delay Aging With Vitamin and Mineral Rich Foods

The study, which followed the aging process of nearly 2,000 middle-aged and older adults for ten years, found that consumption of micronutrients including vitamin...

The Extreme Future of Medicine: From Prevention to Longevity

Recently I was in NY City giving a presentation at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Hatchery Innovation Day sponsored by Bloomberg Charities. The Innovation Day...

This Vitamin Is More Vital Than You Think!

Vitamin D is extremely important, especially during the darker fall and winter months. While you may already know that Vitamin D helps us maintain...

Women Menstruation Genes Found

Scientists say they have begun to crack the genetic code that helps determine when a girl becomes a woman.  A UK-led team located two...

Suncream May be Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease

The frightening possibility of Alzheimer's disease being induced by suncream is being investigated by academics. Millions of British holidaymakers use block to protect their skin...

Americans Are Living Longer

U.S. life expectancy has reached an all-time high as death rates continue to decline, says a new data brief from the Centers for Disease...

Nap ‘boosts’ brain learning power

A nap during the day improves the brain's ability to absorb new information, US scientists claim. Volunteers who slept for 90 minutes during the day...

Perceived Age is a Strong Predictor of Overall Health and Aging

In this study, participants were asked to look at photos of 913 twin pairs, side by side, and choose one of the twins who...

Will Eating Less Slow Down Your Aging?

  How does eating less slow down aging? Eating smaller portions doesn’t just help you lose weight – it can do so much more for...

Does Exercise Really Increase Longevity and Telomere Health?

From boosting happiness to providing an energy boost, the benefits of exercise are well documented. Now there’s another reason to hit the gym. Scientists in Germany...

Scientifically Proven: Aging Can Be Reversed

Aging is a phenomenon in which a cell's ability to divide and grow deteriorates as it gets older, and this causes degradation of the...

Herbal Rhodiola Extract Found to Increase Lifespan

by: Leslee Dru Browning Rhodiola rosea is now, according to recent research, becoming more widely accepted in the U.S. as a powerful anti-aging, anti-stress...

Running shoes may cause damage to knees, hips and ankles

Greater stresses on joints than running barefoot or walking in high-heeled shoes observed Knee osteoarthritis (OA) accounts for more disability in the elderly than any...

Neurogenesis: How to Change Your Brain

Your brain is the most complex and sensitive organ in your body. Responsible for every-thing you do, say, see, here, ...

More Reasons To Love That Brown Stuff: The Fight Against Dementia

Having another senior moment? The cure may lie in a steaming mug of coffee. Daily consumption of drinks containing caffeine could help in the...

Put Pep in Your Step With These Fun Anti-aging Secrets

There are many no-brainers when it comes to staying young, such as exercising and eating right, but not every anti-aging secret has to come...

5 Proven Ways to Fight Aging, Today!

Here is some information that I hope will help you improve your health and longevity. They come from many years of study of the subject...

50 Year Olds are Unemployable Without a Public Option

Steve Corrick I have a friend my age (56) with impeccable credentials: She has a Master's Degree; 18 years experience as a successful college administrator;...

Long-Term Physical Activity Has an Anti-Aging Effect at the Cellular Level

Intensive exercise prevented shortening of telomeres, a protective effect against aging of the cardiovascular system, according to research reported in Circulation: Journal of the...

“Scandalous Abuse” of the Elderly Being Killed With Psychiatric Medications

David Gutierrez NaturalNews Elderly dementia patients are being subjected to "scandalous abuse" by being drugged with dangerous antipsychotic drugs, according to a letter by ten influential...

Did A Trip To The Dentist Accelerate Columbo’s Alzheimer’s?

Do you know someone whose Alzheimer's progression sped rapidly after surgery? Lieutenant Columbo, a hero to many, was portrayed by the talented Peter Falk, who...

Peptide Regulation of Aging

For many years a phenomenon of ageing had been studied within the framework of ethics and social issues. Only in the last century the...

Sedentary Lifestyle May Be Biggest Factor in Onset of Dementia

Sedentary older adults with no genetic risk factors for dementia may be just as likely to develop the disease as those who are genetically...

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