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Preventing Osteoarthritis by Altering Metabolism


A new expert review reveals that osteoarthritis can potentially be prevented with exercise and a healthy diet.

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Curbing Calories Slows Aging

Curbing Calories Slows Aging


Research analysis finds that cutting calories works at a physiological level to slow biological aging.

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Resveratrol May Benefit Diabetics

Resveratrol May Benefit Diabetics' Cardiovascular Health


Researchers find that that resveratrol reduces arterial stiffness in Type 2 diabetics.

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DNA Vaccine Protects Against Alzheimers

DNA Vaccine Protects Against Alzheimer's-Linked Proteins


New DNA vaccine greatly lessens the chance of brain swelling.

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Brain Cells Limit Fat Burning During Dieting

Brain Cells Limit Fat-Burning During Dieting


Recent study may shed light on why weight-loss diets can be an inefficient way to lose weight.

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Enjoy the April 2017 issue of the Townsend Letter


The Role of Regenerative Medicine in Breast Reconstruction by Karina Gordin, MSc


Suzanne Somers relates her personal experience with breast reconstruction that used stem cell assisted lipotransfer.

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Ultrasound: A New Bibliography of Human Studies Indicates Extreme Risk by Jim West


Largely unknown in North America, peat, clay, and mud (peloids) are an old-time naturopathic treatment that has many therapeutic effects.

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An Anti-Aging Approach to Women's Health by Ronald Klatz, MD, DO, and Robert Goldman, MD, PhD, DO


Simple and effective ways to enhance women's health – with particular focus on natural interventions for heart disease, cancer, and stroke.

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