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Ultra-Processed Foods Linked to Heart Disease, Bowl Cancer And Death


Two large studies find links to increased risks of cardiovascular disease, bowel cancer, and death.

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Early Onset Of Diabetes, Hypertension Can Predict Early Glaucoma, Ophthalmologists Report

The earlier individuals develop Type 2 diabetes or hypertension in life, the earlier they are likely to develop primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG), the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide, researchers from UT Southwestern reported in a recent study. The findings, published in Clinical Ophthalmology, could lead to better screening protocols for POAG, which accounts for up to 90% of all cases of glaucoma.

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Study Of Tea Drinkers Suggests Health Benefits For Black Tea

A prospective study of half a million tea drinkers in the United Kingdom has shown that higher tea intake was associated with a modestly lowered risk of death. The study, led by researchers at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, is a large and comprehensive analysis of the potential mortality benefits of drinking black tea, which is the most common type of tea consumed in the U.K.

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Rapamycin: Time’s Arrow

Brief exposure to rapamycin has the same anti-aging effects as lifelong treatment, according to the news release. 

Imagine you could take a medicine that prevents the decline that comes with age and keeps you healthy. Scientists are trying to find a drug that has these effects. The current most promising anti-aging drug is Rapamycin, known for its positive effects on life and health span in experimental studies with laboratory animals.

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  • Every increase of 5cm (two inches) on a women’s waist increases fracture risk by up to 7%
  • Finding from a Canadian study has major public health implications

New research presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity has found that women with obesity and overweight, particularly women with high waist circumference, are more susceptible to fractures than those with normal weight. In men, however, underweight, not overweight, is associated with a greater risk of broken bones.

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Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Valter Longo Discussing New Discoveries Of Fasting For Longevity

Immortality Now! Hosted By Dr. Ron Klatz and Co-Host Carol Petersen, RPh, CNP With Special Guest Dr. Valter Longo Discussing New Discoveries Of Fasting For Longevity

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Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Michelle Weiner DO, MPH

Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Michelle Weiner DO, MPH

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