Stem Cells Induce Teeth to Self-RepairNew dental treatment uses stem cells to trigger damaged teeth to repair themselves, rather than using cavity fillings.
Nobody enjoys a toothache caused by a cavity, but the only known remedy is to have a dentist drill and fill the cavity with a calcium or silicon based cement ...More »
Progesterone: A Key Ingredient for Optimal HealthDr. Daniel F. Royal weighs in on the benefits of Progesterone.
There seems to be a common misconception among physicians and patients that all hormones are the same. Of course, this is not true, but it shows the pharmaceutical propaganda machine ...More »
Bilingualism Saves Brain ResourcesBilinguals may be better equipped at warding off cognitive aging or dementia.
Monolingualism is the ability to use a single language. Bilingualism is the ability to use two languages in an effective manner. Multilingualism is the ability to use multiple languages. Multicultural ...More »
Post-Meal Coffee Changes Metabolic MarkersWhen enjoyed after a meal, coffee may increase levels of an appetite-regulating hormone, improve blood sugar levels, and boost endothelial function.
Coffee contains a number of compounds – most notably, polyphenols that numerous previous studies suggest exert beneficial effects for metabolic and cardiovascular disorders. Japanese researchers enrolled 19 healthy men in a ...More »
Mending Meniscus Tears with Stem CellsScientists begin first human trials of revolutionary stem cell 'living bandage' for meniscal tear knee injuries.
For the first time, a living bandage formulated from stem cells is being used to treat a common knee injury. Researchers from the Universities of Liverpool and Bristol have trialed ...More »
Saunas Lessen Heart RisksFrequent sauna bathing may reduce the risks of cardiac death, among men.
Previous studies report that sauna bathing improves hemodynamic function, reducing blood pressure and maintaining blood vessel elasticity. Jari Laukkanen, from the University of Eastern Finland (Finland), and colleagues studied data ...More »
Biomarkers Predict How Well You'll AgeStudy finds that particular "biomarker signatures" in the blood can deterimine the risk of developing some age-related health conditions later in life.
A new study has found that patterns of biomarkers in people's blood can be used to predict how well they age and their future risk factors for age-related diseases ...More »
Sleep Disorders Raise Risk of Cognitive DeclineHeavy snoring and sleep apnea may signal earlier memory and thinking problems.
A result of ventilation obstruction during sleep, sleep disordered breathing such as heavy snoring and sleep apnea are common in aging. Ricardo S. Osorio, from New York University School of ...More »
5 Hidden But Common Causes of Estrogen Dominance RevealedListed are five causes of estrogen dominance that are frequently overlooked.
Estrogen dominance is a destructive health condition where estrogen levels are too high in relation to other reproductive hormones. Since it’s rarely acknowledged in the conventional medical community, you ...More »
The Intricacies of InflammationHow does the process of inflammation play a role in cardiovascular and autoimmune diseases?
As the body’s response to damaging events, inflammation is marked by Interleukin-1, which plays a central role in regulating the body's inflammatory response by initiating a series of ...More »
Stem Cells and Their UsesStem cells are the foundation for every organ and tissue in the human body. Here is a closer look at them and their potential uses.
Stem cells are a source of great hope for effective treatment of diseases or injuries that have previously been difficult to treat. The subject of stem cells has also been ...More »
Getting Stronger to Live LongerStrength training is critical to preserving the ability to maintain an active, independent lifestyle with age.
Between the age of 30 and 70, the average person will have lost about a quarter of their muscle strength. Half will be lost by the age of 90. As ...More »
Chili Pepper Compound Curtails Breast CancerNew research may have uncovered a molecule that slows down triple-negative breast cancer, which is especially aggressive and difficult to treat.
Research at Bochum, Germany's Ruhr University led by Dr. Hanns Hatt and Dr. Lea Webero with collaboration by several German institutions, tested the effects of a spicy compound in ...More »
Deadly Heart Attacks Affecting Younger PeopleStudy finds that those who experience the most severe heart attacks in the last 20 years are younger and more obese.
Dr. Samir Kapadia, professor of medicine and section head for interventional cardiology at Cleveland Clinic, led a team of researchers to explore the risk factors for heart disease in patients ...More »
Future Predictions for 2017-2045Dr Robert Goldman, Co-Founder & Chairman-World Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, weighs in with his latest set of predictions for health and technology.
It is estimated that the doubling time of medical knowledge in 1950 was 50 years; in 1980, 7 years; and in 2010, 3.5 years. In 2020 it is projected ...More »
Tips for Eating Healthy on a BudgetHere are 7 tips for maintaining a healthy diet without spending a lot of money.
Health professionals and nutritionists alike advise that eating a nutritious diet is the best way to live a longer life that has a lower risk of the most common diseases ...More »
Nanodiscs Target Tumors with Personalized ImmunotherapyScientists used nanodiscs to train the immune systems of mice to effectively target colon and melanoma cancer tumors. More »
Chronic Pain Linked to Genetic Changes in Immune SystemChronic pain changes the way DNA is marked not only in the brain, but also in T cells.
Researchers are currently working to better understand chronic pain, as it’s difficult to treat and can lead to lifelong disability for some sufferers. According to an NIH study released ...More »
Burning More Fat and Less Glucose = Increased Chance of DiabetesPrompting muscles to burn more fat and less glucose can increase exercise endurance, but may also simultaneously cause diabetes.
Researchers from Baylor College of Medicine recently discovered that disrupting the day-night cycle of lab mice made their muscles burn more fat and less glucose. This mouse model showed increased ...More »
Cheat CVD with CheesePeople who consume cheese have higher levels of a gut bacteria that is linked to reduced cholesterol.
Despite a diet high in saturated fats, the French tend to have low rates of cardiovascular disease (CVD), a phenomenon known as the “French Paradox.” A number of published studies ...More »
Shoulder Pain Indicative of Heart Disease RiskShoulder problems may be due to heart disease risk factors and not just physical strain.
While most people blame excessive and/or repeated physical strain for rotator cuff problems, Kurt Hegmann, M.D., M.P.H., Director of the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and ...More »
Two Key Nutrients Help Stave Off Alzheimer’s DiseaseOmega-3 supplements and antioxidants improve clearance of amyloid beta protein and reduce inflammation of brain tissue
Because there is at-present no known cure for Alzheimer’s Disease, prevention is considered a first-line defense against the mind-robbing disorder. Milan Fiala, from the University of California/Los Angeles ...More »
Benefits of Holy BasilHoly Basil has a history within Indian medicine as a treatment for many conditions.
Holy Basil is a plant belonging to the mint family also called Tulsi, meaning "the incomparable one" in India. The herb was thought to be sacred by Indian royalty, and ...More »
Vital Vision VitaminsVitamins B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), and B12 (cobalamin) may protect against cataract occurrence and development.
B vitamins serve many purposes throughout the body, including functioning as cofactors in the enzymatic activation of antioxidants. Tanya Glaser, from the US National Eye Institute (Maryland, USA), and colleagues ...More »
Tomato Juice Targets a Trim WaistBy modulating a key marker of inflammation, a daily glass of tomato juice may reduce waist size, among healthy women.
Chronic inflammation of fat tissue is a common aspect of obesity. Previous studies have suggested that lycopene, found abundantly in tomatoes and tomato products, can beneficially affect the cellular pathway ...More »
Brain-Boosting Sleep PositionAs compared to sleeping on your back or stomach, sleeping on your side may help to clear brain waste.
The brain’s glymphatic pathway is responsible for clearing harmful wastes – particularly amyloid-beta plaques that characterize Alzheimer’s Disease, during sleep. Employing an animal model, Helen Benveniste, from Stony Brook ...More »
Science-Backed Health Benefits of CinnamonCinnamon is not only one of the most delicious spices, it also is one of the healthiest.
Cinnamon is a spice that has been used to flavor foods for hundreds of years. The spice is used more in desserts or bakery, but it is also an ingredient ...More »
Dental Board Scandal in NevadaLatest update regarding Nevada Dental Board corruption
Recently, during a meeting of Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners (“NSBDE”) on December 1, 2016, the NSBDE approved a job opening for “General Counsel.”1 At first glance, this ...More »
Moderate Drinking May Slow Decline of 'Good' CholesterolDrinking up to two alcoholic beverages daily may slow the decline of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol
Consumption of up to two alcoholic beverages a day may slow the decline of "good" high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. New research says that moderate intake of alcohol might benefit HDL ...More »
Run to Stay YoungSeniors who run three times a week have a lower metabolic cost of walking than older, sedentary adults as well as lower than seniors who regularly walk
In that impaired walking performance is a key predictor of death among older adults, a greater metabolic cost (worse economy) as compared to younger counterparts is a defining characteristic. Justus ...More »
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A recent study found that women with low levels of vitamin D during pregnancy are more likely to give birth to babies with traits of autism.Read the full article »
Anti-Aging Secret of Pomegranates Revealed
A molecule in pomegranates, generated by gut microflora, enables muscle cells to protect themselves against one of the major causes of aging.Read the full article »
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Aside from their delicious taste, pineapples offer tremendous health benefits.Read the full article »
New Protein Linked to Aging & Age-Related Diseases
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