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Testosterone may improve women’s sex lives after menopause

A wide analysis of 36 trails discovered that testosterone may have positive effects on sexual function and well-being in postmenopausal women.

A young man’s libido – eat, sex, sleep and repeat

Are you a young man who is struggling to find the desire to rise to the occasion? You’ve lost...

Erectile dysfunction and a standing ovation

What does eric shin, standing ovation, rocket in my pocket, unicorning and boner have in common?  They are all...

Could crushed eggshells help to repair bone damage?

Researches from the University of Massachusetts Lowell have led a new study to show how crushed eggshells could be the way forward in...

Exosomes to Regenerate the Thymus

A new study from researchers at the University of Pecs, Hungary used cell secretions known as exosomes to regenerate one of the most important...

Deprenyl – an antiaging, life-extending aphrodisiac (update)

By Ward Dean, M.D. Deprenyl (later known as selegiline) was developed by Professor Josef Knoll of Semmelweis University...

Living significantly longer with an Easter Island extract

The Masters of Rapamycin By Will Block Peter Attia, M.D., is a Canadian-American physician of...

MZS™ & ARMD (Age Related Macular Degeneration)

By Phil Micans, MS, PharmB Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) is the leading cause of severe...

Hormones make the difference

By Thierry Hertoghe, M.D. The International Hormone Society (IHS) now offers its extensive scientific databank on hormone therapies via its...

Peptide Bioregulators and Vision

An interview with Professor Svetlana Trofimova ST: I was born into a family of doctors, so since childhood I knew...

The Eyesight Saviors

By Marios Kyriazis, M.D. The progress of medical research in general, is astounding. New developments come to confirm or reject previous...

Oraltide Pro™ − the latest peptide technology for dental care

By Leslie J. Farer Oral health is essential to overall health, yet many overlook this important...

Could a pill replace insulin injections for Diabetes treatment?

Researchers are developing a new pill that administers insulin straight into the stomach wall. Could this mean that injections will soon be a thing...

Specific gut bacteria linked with Depression

New research suggests a significant link between the gut, its bacterial population and mental health. For the first time, scientists have explored this connection...

Could gum disease increase your risk of developing Alzheimer’s?

A recent study reveals the bacteria that is caused by bleeding gums is also found in the brain of patients with Alzheimer’s. Researchers made the...

Hope for Diabetes sufferers: Scientists discover cells in the pancreas that...

  Successful strategies for treating type 1 diabetes, to restore the function of the pancreas beta cells that are destroyed by the immune system...

4MU has anti-tumor effects!

4MU is known to markedly decrease the production of hyaluronic acid, but at the same time evidence is now emerging that it appears to...

Reducing arterial stiffness could reduce risk of dementia

A new study by the University College London & Cardiff University has presented that people aged 50, whose blood pressure is higher than normal...

Jim Owen- A fitness influencer at 78

Aging Matters by James P. Owen We had the pleasure of interviewing Jim Owen; he was 70 years old when he decided it was time...

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...

Vitamin B17: An Alternative Cancer Treatment

By Leslie J. Farer If you're a baby boomer or older, you may remember hearing about Laetrile, the highly publicized cancer drug that provoked an...

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...

Trial of anti-aging drugs that rejuvenate immune system hailed a success.

Middle aged adults could benefit from a short term treatment to revitalise the immune system and organs that deteriorate with age.  Scientists have hailed...

Type 2 diabetes, obesity may soon be reversed with gene therapy

New research demonstrations that gene therapy can completely reverse markers of type 2 diabetes and obesity in rodents. According to recent estimates over 30 million...

How to take BHT (Butylated hydroxytoluene) for Herpes

According to the American Sexual Health Association the Herpes Simplex virus is very common, Statistics in the U.S show: 1...

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...

Fuel for Your Immune System with Boost-Pro™

By Leslie J. Farer A robust immune system is crucial to health throughout one's lifetime for protection against disease-causing pathogens, infections, and cancer. Decades of...

Rapamycin: a classic antiaging drug

By Marios Kyriazis, M.D. Over the past several years there have been many significant discoveries regarding drugs which can affect the rate of aging. Research...

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...

Stem cell therapy reverses sight loss and let’s people read again

Two people with severe sight loss are now able to read after receiving tissue that is grown from human embryonic stem cells. A man...

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...

Enhance your productivity and don’t limit yourself

How productive are you, do you wish you could achieve more in your day or your life? Is life a struggle, are you achieving your...

Researchers develop a technique to regenerate the mouse thymus

The thymus gland is an organ in the lymphatic system serves a vital role within the immune system. In a study published by Science immunology,...

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...