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Can sun-damaged skin be reversed?

8 June 2021

Here comes the sun! It’s that time of year when sun-worshippers cook like sausages, the fair-skinned look even paler from…

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A better sense of respiratory health

13 May 2021

When we were born we learned how to breathe, as we age we take the simple act of breathing for…

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Estrogen ball and progesterone ball balancing on wood

Not all progesterone’s are created equal

20 April 2021

A review of progesterone and breast cancer risk by Dr. Nyjon K Eccles, BSc MBBS MRCP PhD Dr. Nyjon Eccles…

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A tooth surrounded by bacteria and other microbes

A healthy mouth for a healthy body

20 April 2021

By Brian Halvorsen, BDS, LDS, RCS Dr. Brian Halvorsen has been practising dentistry for over forty years and has provided…

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A woman's back in the sun with a gradient of lighter skin to darker skin

MSH2, it’s not just for tanning

20 April 2021

An interview with Thierry Hertoghe, M.D. by Phil Micans, MS, PharmB Dr Thierry Hertoghe is a Belgium-based physician who has…

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Diagram of how antioxidants work against free radicals

Free Radicals in Aging

30 March 2021

By Richard Lippman, Ph.D.   Today, we know that free radicals aren’t activists out on bail. But many decades ago,…

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Don’t let the tooth fairy or your dentist cash-in on the Coronavirus

1 March 2021

When was the last time you went to the dentist for a check-up? The Coronavirus has most probably left a…

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A sad face drawn on the condensation of a rainy window

Try not to be SAD

15 February 2021

SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) was named, described and documented by Norman Rosenthal of the National Institute of Mental Health in…

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A spider diagram of the extra pituitary effects of GHRP2

Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides

11 January 2021

By Richard Walker, M.D. Ed.- Dr. Walker is the founder of the Scientific Aging Research Academy (SARA) and is one…

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Woman running on a racetrack with a DNA molecule in the foreground

Peptide bioregulators in sports and space

8 January 2021

An interview with Professor Vladimir Khavinson Professor Khavinson is the Director of the Saint Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology,…

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