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Herpes may account for 50% of Alzheimer’s cases, leading scientist says

According to new research, the Herpes virus is linked to half of all Alzheimer’s cases; the new paper was published in the Frontiers in...

The Peptide Bioregulator Revolution

By Marios Kyriazis MD This summer, my new book; ‘The Peptide Bioregulator Revolution’ is being released. The book subtitled; ‘The use of bioactive peptides for...

Genetic researchers reverse wrinkles, grey hair and balding in mice

Researchers have rejuvenated mice by reversing age-related wrinkles and hair loss. It is possible that humans could get a similar make-over in the future. Scientists...

Ministers announce £300 million fund to research aging

Ten million Britons alive today can expect to reach 100, Government figures reveal. Ministers are investing more than £300 million into researching aging in...

Shielding Against AGE

The Crosslinkage Theory of Aging by Ward Dean, M.D. The Crosslinkage Theory of Aging was first proposed by Dr. Johan Bjorksten in 1941. Bjorksten believed that...

NAD+helps weight loss without dieting

Scientists in the US have discovered a natural dietary supplement called Nicotinamide Riboside (NAD+), which jump-starts the same chemical pathways as cutting food consumption...

Heavy metal toxicity from tuna

Tuna is making the headlines again… If you love a tuna sandwich, a tuna steak or a thick piece of fluffy fish, this article is...

Skin cells may help to repair nerve damage in Multiple Sclerosis

This form of personalized treatment for MS may be one step closer, due to new research that presents how a person’s own skin cells...

Stem cells zapped with radiation can protect mice from cancer

Joseph Wu and his team at Stanford University have discovered that a mouse’s immune system can be primed to identify and target Cancer cells...

Could your genes cause mental health problems?

Schizophrenia, autism and bipolar disorder all seem to have similar effects on the brain. Researchers have analysed post-mortem brains of hundreds of people with...

Long-term Metformin in PCOS benefits women of all weights

New findings present that Metformin improves the menstrual cycle and reduces body mass index, testosterone and luteinizing hormone within 6 months of trails in...

Researchers reduce the severity of hereditary deafness in mice with CRISPR

Hearing loss in mice with a form of progressive deafness has been slowed by a one-off treatment using the CRISPR genome editing method. This...

Can Young Stem Cells Make Older People Stronger?

Is it possible to age without growing fragile? One corporation believe that with the correct treatment the answer to this question could be yes....

Science Reveals That Curcumin Removes Fluoride From the Brain

Fluoride is a mineral found in our water supply in varying amounts, depending on where you live. The mineral is often mentioned in dental...

The Time Machine Drug That’s Reversing Aging in Animal Tests

Anti-aging medicine refers exclusively to slowing, preventing, or reversing the process of aging. In recent news, scientists have revealed a drug to reverse the...

Cow’s Milk- Decreasing your body’s ability to absorb thyroid hormone medication

Are you diagnosed or know someone with an under-active thyroid? A recent preliminary study finds that ingesting the common oral hormone medication levothyroxine with cow’s...