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September 22, 2016
 
 
HEALTH HEADLINES
 
 
• Longevity Secret of Italy's 100 Club Village
 
 
• Guarana Antioxidants Surpass Green Tea
 
 
• Major Hurdle Cleared in the Fight for Longevity
 
 
• Progesterone May Ease Influenza
 
 
• Sixth Taste Discovered
 
 
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Longevity Secret of Italy's 100 Club Village
Scientists determine that low levels of a particular hormone explains why a small village in southern Italy has an unusual number of centenarians.
 
 
Guarana  
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Guarana Antioxidants Surpass Green Tea
Research divulges the potential of guarana in preventing cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, premature aging and inflammation, among other conditions.
 
 
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Major Hurdle Cleared in the Fight for Longevity
Researchers have identified six new groups of molecules that may be the key to delayed aging.
 
 
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Infectious Disease
Progesterone May Ease Influenza
Progesterone may protect women from the worst effects of the flu and, in an unexpected finding, help damaged lung cells to heal more quickly.
 
 
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Sixth Taste Discovered
Researchers have discovered a sixth taste, which may explain why people love carbs.
 
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Townsend Letter  
Enjoy the August/September 2016 issue of the Townsend Letter, featuring:
  • Cancer as Adaptation: Rethinking the Cause and Treatment of Malignancy by Greg Nigh, ND
    The conventional model for cancer is that of good cells gone bad, with the goal being to kill as many as possible – but results of this approach have been underwhelming. The author approaches cancer as metabolic adaptation, and explores a promising new therapy.
  • Salicinium: An Excellent Addition to My Armamentarium for Cancer Patients by Carol M. Brown, DO, PhD, FAARFM
    The author and her staff used to find treating cancer patients emotionally draining, but when she integrated Salicinium into her practice with impressive results, feelings of helplessness were transformed into hope.
  • Anti–Aging Exercise Strategies: The Less–is–More Approach by Ronald Klatz, MD, DO, and Robert Goldman, MD, PhD, DO
    A review of recent studies that suggest simple and effective ways to enhance physical health, with positive results for both the body and the brain. These studies show that even modest amounts of exercise can have a large impact:
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