Fight Aging! Newsletter, October 3rd 2022
In conclusion, based on the analysis of proteomics and transcriptome, we identified four SRMs that may affect aging and speculated their possible mechanisms, which provides a new target for preventing aging, especially skin aging. A Popular Science Article on the State of Epigenetic Clocks This popular science article is a good view of the present state of development and use of epigenetic clocks, covering the issues as well as the promise. Epigenetic age can be measured, with many different clocks...
Source: Fight Aging! - October 2, 2022 Category: Research Authors: Reason Tags: Newsletters Source Type: blogs

A Small Lifespan Study of Combined Interventions
My attention was drawn recently to a small mouse life span study run by one of the groups that has been in the longevity community for a while now. It is interesting for testing combinations of interventions that have in the past been demonstrated to modestly slow aging in mice (such as rapamycin), or modestly improve aspects of cell function in old tissues (such as nicotinamide mononucleotide). Combinatorial studies are rare in academia and industry, for reasons that have a lot to do with (a) the perverse incentives produced by the existence of intellectual property, in that the rights to use specific interventions can be...
Source: Fight Aging! - September 26, 2022 Category: Research Authors: Reason Tags: Medicine, Biotech, Research Source Type: blogs

7 Things a Person with a Mental Illness Doesn ’t Want to Hear
You're reading 7 Things a Person with a Mental Illness Doesn’t Want to Hear, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. In the United States alone, nearly one out of every five people is suffering with one or more mental illnesses. That means that when a person passes you by on the street, they have a better chance of having a mental illness than of having green eyes. Yet, why are so many people struggling with knowing what to say, or maybe what NOT to say, when they are talking to a person with anxiety, depressio...
Source: PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement - October 9, 2017 Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Angela Tags: depression featured psychology self confidence self improvement mental health mental illness pickthebrain relationships Source Type: blogs

Is bee venom a good anti-aging ingredient? Episode 163
Is bee venom a good anti-aging ingredient? Monika asks…Korean Bee Venom essence but it does seem to work. My question is the bee venom really magic or is there something else that removes the spots? RS: Thanks Monika…this gives me the perfect excuse time to remind listeners to go back to Episode 105 and listen to the story about how Perry got stung in the eye by a bee. If nothing else, just go the webpage and check out the picture of his face. It’s horrific. I’m not kidding. But let’s put my personal revulsion aside and try to figure out why this product seemed to work on Monika’s acne. PR: We found a study pub...
Source: - August 24, 2017 Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Randy Schueller Tags: Podcast Source Type: blogs

pedia notes
Acupuncture Andrographis Babesia bartonella – Scott’s website, lots of detox info Biodentistry – wholesaler for Pekana Biotensor Buhner herbal protocol Chlorella – thought to provide mercury detox, many think is best. other brands are E-lyte and Sun Cholestapure – supposedly less difficult to handle than cholestyramine Comprehensive Medical Center – Kirkland, Washington clinic that acts as home office in the United States of Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD (425) 823-8818. Dr. Klinghardt visits intermittently and charges $7/minute. He has two...
Source: Inside Surgery - March 21, 2015 Category: Surgery Authors: Editor Tags: Uncategorized Source Type: blogs

Can Gingko and Turmeric Help Stop Ebola?
Summary There is no known pharmaceutical currently available that specifically treats Ebola disease. One treatment modality that should be considered is the use of herbal medicines, which have both centuries old anecdotal success as well as recent modern biochemical and formal research rationales for their use. Five areas of action that could be addressed by the herbal medicines as it relates to Ebola would be: VP24/immune system evasion GP protein/replicatio; herbal strategies effective against similar hemorrhagic disease beneficial modulation of patient immune and inflammatory response systems prophylactic use for heal...
Source: Inside Surgery - August 1, 2014 Category: Surgery Authors: Editor Tags: Infectious Disease ayurvedic baicalen cathepsin b dengue Ebola gingko herb Quercetin resveratrol rosemary sage st johns work turmeric Source Type: blogs

Rhodiola Rosea Furthers Lifespan of Fruit Flies by 24%
The perennial plant Rhodiola Rosea has been found to increase the lives of fruit flies by 24% and is also very good when it comes to relieving stress.Contributor: Lily AndersonPublished: Jul 05, 2013 (Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content)
Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content - July 5, 2013 Category: Other Conditions Source Type: blogs