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Feeling youthful may improve a person's chances of living longer.

A large-scale study confirms the notion that feeling younger than your chronological age reduces the chances of dying.  Andrew Steptoe, from the University College London (United Kingdom), and colleagues analyzed ...

An experimental version of rapamycin boosted the immune system of seniors, revealing clues as to potential mechanisms for anti-aging drugs.

Rapamycin, a drug that targets a genetic signaling pathway linked to aging and immune function, has been studied in animal models for its potential use as an anti-aging therapeutic.  A ...

Bilberries (Vaccinium myrtillus) exert beneficial effects on the inflammatory response triggered by a high-fat diet, in an animal model.

A high-fat diet often initiates detrimental inflammatory mechanisms and elevates blood pressure.  Otto T. Mykkanen, from the University of Eastern Finland (Finland), and colleagues evaluated the effects of bilberry (Vaccinium ...

Exposure to the toxic metal may markedly shorten telomeres.

Associated with cardiovascular disease, respiratory disorders, and cancers, cadmium exposure typically occurs via the inhalation of tobacco smoke, eating fruits and vegetables grown in contaminated soil, or living near an ...

The popular mind-body practice may produce beneficial changes in cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome risk factors.

Consistently ranking as leading public health concerns, cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome are rampant in the US and developed nations around the world.  MG Myriam Hunink, from Erasmus Medical Center ...

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

A low-cost DNA reader could introduce genome sequencing into everyday medical practice. Devised by Arizona State University (Arizona, USA) researchers, the device is sensitive enough to distinguish the individual chemical ...

 

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Dr. Gallagher   In this edition of Immortality Now! host Ronald Klatz M.D. visits with Martin P. Gallagher, M.D., DC.
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