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Longevity Magazine e-Journal Editors

Does Burned Food Really Give You Cancer?

Do you hesitate to eat a plate of barbecued food that has been blackened, because of the common belief that burned food could possibly cause cancer?

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The Importance of Nutrition in Mental Health

Mounting evidence suggests that ensuring diet quality and addressing nutritional deficits have a role in the treatment of psychiatric disorders.

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Hormone That Reverses Cell Aging in Humans Identified

Danazol, a synthetic male hormone, reverses cell aging, potentially leading to new treatments to counter diseases caused by cell deterioration.

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Looking through the Eyes of Alzheimer’s Disease

What do your eyes have to do with the development of Alzheimer’s disease? A lot, according to scientists.

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Pineapples Halt Harmful Gut Bacteria

Enzymes found in roots and stems of pineapples show promise in the war against superbugs.

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Immortality Now

Immortality Now!

Dr. Klatz discusses Adrenal Fatigue with Dr. James Wilson

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ANTI-AGING RESEARCH UPDATES: SCIENCE LITERATURE

Anti-Aging Dog

Rapamycin Shows Further Promise for Anti-Aging

Initial results of anti-aging medical trial on dogs are ‘astonishing'
DNA

Role of Inflammation in Lifespan

Mammalian species with greater copy numbers of anti-inflammatory genes have longer maximum lifespans.
Anti-Aging Brain

Peer Into the Anti-Aging Brain

What characterizes the brains of men and women with cognitive skills as sharp as those of people decades younger?
Telomeres

Novel Protein Network Contributes to Aging Process

Researchers elucidate the biochemical process by which telomeres shorten over time
Plaque

Cord Cells Clear Alzheimer’s Plaques

Cells from human umbilical cord blood improve cognition (lab animal model).
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