Fight Aging! Newsletter, January 1st 2018
Discussion of advocacy for the cause is a usual feature of our community, as we try things and attempt to make progress in persuading the world that rejuvenation research is plausible, practical, and necessary. There are more people engaged in advocacy now than at any time in the past decade, and so discussions of strategy come up often. New ventures kicked off in 2017 include the Geroscience online magazine, and among the existing ventures the LEAF / Lifespan.io volunteers seem to be hitting their stride. The mainstream media continues to be as much a hindrance as a help, and where it is a help you will usually find Aubrey de Grey involved in the article somewhere - which is not to mention the recent /r/futurology AMA. In the broader question of strategy in advocacy, questions abound. Do we continue to spend a lot of time tearing down arguments against treating aging as a medical condition, such as the naturalistic fallacy and unfounded fears of overpopulation? Should we be avoiding talk of immortality and radical life extension? Or focusing on ethical arguments? Or correcting mistaken views of aging and the underlying biology? Trying harder to persuade people that rejuvenation therapies are a near future possibility? Or trying to address some of the unhelpful behavior from some members of the research community? Or continuing to hammer on the costs of failing to address aging, the worldwide toll of death and suffering? Or continue to hammer on the benefits of success...
ConclusionsPamidronate is a safe and efficient method of CRMO therapy, particularly in cases refractory to NSAIDs treatment. Treatment with pamidronate provides both symptomatic relief as well as normalisation of bone morphology.
Publication date: Available online 16 June 2019Source: Joint Bone SpineAuthor(s): Pierre Letellier, Florian Bailly, Marina Assadourian, Antoine Potel, Violaine Foltz, Sophia Ascione, Laetitia Morardet, Myrianne Le Ralle, Bruno Fautrel, Arnaud Dupeyron, Nada Ibrahim-Nasser, Isabelle Griffoul-Espitalier, Bernard Duplan, Johann Beaudreuil, Laure Gossec
Pfizer has agreed to buy Array Biopharma in a $10.64 billion cash deal.
As researchers continue to hunt for ways to treat or prevent Alzheimer ’s disease, one study has shown promise in slowing the progression of the disease.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is often caused by modifiable risk factors related to diet and lifestyle behaviors. Counseling patients to adopt lifestyle changes for CVD risk-reduction is needed. Using the 5As strategy (ask, assess, advise, agree, assist) can help patients incorporate positive behavior changes and reduce CVD risk factors.
In this study, it is seen that kefir has positive effects on sleep disturbances, depression, and quality of life in postmenopausal women.
Nearly 6% of people in the study had a heart attack otrdeveloped angina (chest pain). The researchers found that all the people who developed heart trouble displayed a faster decline in their mental function at the same time.
ConclusionsPatients with PD and LIDs have abnormal cortical facilitation, possibly suggesting overactive glutamatergic neurotransmission in specific circuits within M1. Although not responsive to l-dopa, this dysfunction is restored by the anti-glutamatergic properties of safinamide 100 mg. The results suggest that the abnormal cortical facilitation in M1 contributes to the pathophysiology of LIDs.
Action by owner Hometown Food action involves about 4,620 cases of product tied to Archer Daniels Midland mill in Buffalo, New York
Circadian rhythm disturbances in older adults may be markers of Alzheimer disease and its progression, new research suggests.Medscape Medical News
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