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Arizona State University (US) team devises a prototype DNA reader that could make whole genome profiling an everyday practice in medicine.

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The more frequently a diet-conscious person weighs themselves, the more weight they lose.

Weigh yourself at least once a week if you wish to lose weight, and weighing yourself everyday may help you stay on track.  Elina Helander, from Tempere University of Technology ...

Position paper warns that particulate matter (PM2.5) raises the risks of death from heart attacks and heart failure.

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The Internet – and in particular, social media – can help to foster social inclusion among the older population, thereby potentially improving mental well‐being

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Creatine may improve microvascular reactivity and capillary density.

Creatine is a naturally‐occurring compound that supplies energy to cells throughout the body – primarily muscle. Eduardo Tibiri, from the School of Physical Education and Sports Sciences of the Estacio ...


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Soap & Cancer
The antimicrobial triclosan, found in soaps and shampoos, causes liver fibrosis and cancer in laboratory mice through molecular mechanisms that are also relevant in humans.
Magnesium May Lower Metabolic Syndrome
Increased magnesium intake may help to reduce a person’s risks of developing Metabolic Syndrome.
Fish & Cancer Prevention
What type of, and how best to prepare, fish may reduce a person’s risk of adenocarcinomas?
Nitric Oxide  
Mechanisms of Aging
Molecular Switch May Underlie Diseases of Aging
Scientists have identified a single molecular switch controlling inflammatory processes that may underlie aging-related diseases.
Brain and Mental Performance
Spice Up Breakfast to Rev Up Memory Skills
Adding a gram of turmeric to breakfast may improve memory, among those who are in the very early stages of diabetes and at risk of cognitive impairment.

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Los Angeles, CA/Feb 25-28, 2015
In this exclusive 4–day seminar, practitioners will be able to analyze the medical evidence on Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), listen to experts that are actively practicing this specialty and get the information needed to merge BHRT safely into their practice.

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Taking place May 7-9, 2015 in Hollywood, FL USA, join over 3,000 healthcare practitioners, both domestic and international, for this continuing medical education conference where many expert health care professionals will teach, lecture, and demonstrate different aspects of emerging Anti-Aging Medicine.
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Dr. Klatz   Learn how your gut microbiome can effect your overall health and wellness, from your immune system to your mood, and how you can keep your microbes healthy. Dr. Ronald Klatz, MD, DO, A4M President, talks with Dr. Todd LePine, MD, about the gut microbiome, which is the ecological community of commensal, symbiotic, and pathogenic microorganisms that literally share our body space. There are ten-times more microbial cells in the human body than human cells.
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Editorial Spotlight

The January 2015 issue of Townsend Letter features:
  • “The Green Smoothie Fad: This Road to Health Hell is Paved with Toxic Oxalate Crystals,” by William Shaw, PhD. Are greens smoothies as wonderful as they are purported to be? The answer may surprise you. Learn what components of common leafy greens you may be overdosing on, and why this is problematic.
  • “Food Fascists: GMO and Pesticide Manufacturers Down and Dirty,” by Richard Gale and Gary Null, PhD. When you see a report stating that GMO food is safe, should you trust it? Here the authors myth-bust such reports, exposing faulty research methods used to skew results, while reporting on more reputable GMO research and predictions for how agribusiness will move forward in the face of regulations made by countries trying to protect themselves.
  • Anti-Aging Medicine column: “Advancements in Diagnostics to Assess Alzheimer’s Disease,” by Ronald Klatz, MD, DO, and Robert Goldman, MD, PhD, DO


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