This gives all new meaning to “mind-boggling”… Click on the circle with the arrow in it. Click here to learn more about Proteus Biomedical. Click here to learn more about personalized medicine.
Thinking about living forever? You’ve got a lot of reading to do… or maybe you can just watch a few videos… Click here to see the videos. Click here for more information on longevity. If you agree this is a fun place to start, please pass this link on to a friend. Thanks.
The National Academy of Sciences has just released a fascinating report on life expectancy in rich countries around the world… Click here to access the New York Times article. Click here for more information on American life expectancy.
A technology used to freeze sushi is solving a dilemma for organ storage… Click here for the complete report. You may have to scroll down a bit to see it. Click here for more information on organ transplants.
“Breastfeeding is truly the best gift any family can give to their baby…” Click here to read the complete Surgeon General’s ”call to action” to support breastfeeding, asking families, communities, health care systems, and employers to make breastfeeding easier for mothers who wish to do so. Click here for more breastfeeding information.
Nearly all of us know someone who has struggled with mental illness or dementia… Clcik here to read the entire report. You may have to scroll down a bit to view it. Click here for more information on brain disorders.
Resveratrol has been hailed as the wonder substance, that stuff in red wine that could help you live a healthier and longer life, but now… Click here to read the entire article. You may have to scroll down a bit to view it. Click here for more information on resveratrol.
Will have to admit to being not just 70, but over 70! Yes, keep on jogging. Don’t stop now. Might stiffen up. Keep on blogging. Helps to keep the mind sharp. Thanks to Allan Chasnoff, a high school golfing teammate of mine, for being the first on Facebook to remind me of all this. Blogging [...]
Ever since the 2007 introduction of direct-to-consumer genome-wide tests observers have wondered if telling regular folks they’re more likely to develop illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease or cancer would trigger extreme anxiety, or would result in increased use of unnecessary and expensive tests… Click here to read the Los Angeles Times article. Click here [...]
Experts now think that prolonged sitting — what they call “recreational sitting” — is especially harmful to heart health… Click here to read the Los Angeles Times article. Click here to learn more about heart health.