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June 30, 2016
 
 
HEALTH HEADLINES
 
 
• NMN – The Latest Anti–Aging Drug to be
  Tried on Humans

 
 
• Exercise 4 hours After a Learning Session
  Improves Memory

 
 
• Will AI Create a by ‘Useless Class ’ of
  Humans?

 
 
• Omega–3s Promote Healthy Blood
  Vessels

 
 
• Dental Board Corruption Identified and
  Exposed in Nevada

 
 
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NMN – The Latest Anti–Aging Drug to be Tried on Humans
Joint clinical study to test the safety and effectiveness of nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) on a group of 10 healthy people.
 
 
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Exercise 4 hours After a Learning Session to Improve Memory
Do you want to remember something? Exercise 4 hours after you study it to boost long–term memory.
 
 
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Artificial Intelligence
Will AI Create a by ‘Useless Class’ of Humans?
When machines can outperform humans what will we be left with?
 
 
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Omega–3s Promote Healthy Blood Vessels
Daily omega–3 supplementation helps to reduce pulse wave velocity (PWV) – a marker of arterial stiffness.
 
 
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Dental Board Corruption Identified and Exposed in Nevada
Performance audit verified what dental licensees have been complaining about for many years.
 
 
 
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Townsend Letter  
Enjoy the June 2016 issue of the Townsend Letter, featuring:
  • A Glimmer of Hope about ALS Causation: An Interview with David Steenbloch DO by Bob Frost
    The grim prognosis of ALS remains the chief difficulty for patients and families who are embraced with the new diagnosis. David Steenbloch DO hypothesizes that most ALS patients sustained a major neck injury earlier in their life and that the disruption in the blood brain barrier permits entry of g.i. tract toxins. Steenbloch's novel use of stem cell therapy offers some hope for ALS.
  • Can Dowsers Detect Maximum Zones of Severe Chronic Diseases? by Dr. Reimar Banis
    It seems plausible that georadiation is a causal factor in numerous severe chronic disease. Dr. Banis reports on a pilot study involving 13 test subjects who have been by examined by two dowsers, looking into whether georadiation maximum zones could be related to these conditions.
  • The Bureaucratic Mind and Your Health by Kenneth Smith
    From childhood we are socialized to think in terms of orderly categorization. While this mindset has many benefits, it also has important limits, especially when we forget that this is just one way to view the world.
  • Anti–Aging Medicine by Ronald Klatz MD, DO and Robert Goldman MD, PhD.
    An anti–aging approach to oral health. For increased longevity, it is important to be alert to the oral health problems that often accompany aging and what they can signify.
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