Help me. I’m having trouble with this one. I’ve just seen several articles about dentists implementing deals to buy back kids Halloween candy. My first reaction was – “interesting idea”. A bit more reading stated that the candy would then be sent to our overseas military personnel. Hmmm – what’s a little kid supposed to [...]
25 billion dollars. That’s how much money is spent every year in the U.S. on patients with heart failure. Much of that money is used on hospital visits. Clinicians and researchers at Mayo Clinic are hoping to change that. They’re testing a new device that can monitor patients at home in hopes of keeping them [...]
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The promise of biotechnologies that are now within our reach to enhance and extend our lives is astounding… Click here for an article found on the Australian Life Scientist website.
This is a subject that everyone should be aware of… Click here for an introduction found on the New Hampshire Public Radio website. Click here to view “The New Yorker: A Life of Its Own: Where will synthetic biology lead us?” article.
The findings add to mounting evidence about vitamin D deficiency in children, teens and adults, a concern because of recent studies suggesting the vitamin might help prevent serious diseases, including infections, diabetes and even some cancers… Click here for complete The Associated Press article.
New Technique Helps Kids With Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis See… Click here for the full report found on the ABC News website. If you like Blogging Life Extension, please remember to bookmark it for future reference or subscribe to it with RSS.
The human race has always searched for a way to halt the aging process and extend lives. From epic searches for the magical Fountain of Youth to special potions claiming to reinvigorate the body, humankind’s search for additional years is boundless… Click here for the complete article found on the Cape Coral Daily Breeze webiste. [...]
The University of Colorado Denver, and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) recently published findings that patients over 65 with low levels of vitamin D are three times more likely to die of heart disease than their peers with adequate amounts. The same group was two and half times more likely to die no matter the cause… [...]
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