Wednesday, June 19, 2019

How to Lose Visceral Fat, and Why It’s So Bad for You

  By: Emma Rose Article at a glance: Visceral fat is the deep abdominal fat that surrounds your organs. Even thin people can have dangerous levels of...

Calorie restriction decreases oxidative stress and slows the “rate of living” in humans

BY: Chris Patil Calorie restriction—limiting the amount of energy consumed by an organism, while ensuring proper nutrition—is among the most reliable ways to extend healthspan...

New Cancer Vaccine Implant from Harvard Reprograms Our Cells

An implantable cancer vaccine being tested on patients by Harvard’s Wyss Institute is a new type of immunotherapy that holds promise to treat a...

Longevity Therapeutics 2019: “Exploring Clinical Development, Regulatory & Commercial Considerations”

BY: Chris Patil Longer-lived people stay healthier for longer (i.e., they are younger when they contract their first disease of aging), and they tend to...

Should we replace mental health meds with exercise?

BY: DEREK BERES We knew exercise is necessary, but this research takes it to another level. Researchers at the University of Vermont believe exercise should...

Anti-aging Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

By: MANSAL DENTON In Silicon Valley, the hub of anti-aging research and funding, countless entrepreneurs and high-profile celebrities use intermittent fasting to combat the effects of aging. Within these...

3D printing might save your life one day

What can 3D printing do for medicine? The "sky is the limit," says Northwell Health researcher Dr. Todd Goldstein. Medical professionals are currently using...

Biohacking For Beginners

3 EASY CHANGES YOU CAN MAKE TODAY TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH You’ve heard of hacking computers, hacking smartphones, hacking email. You’ve even heard of hacking...

Tim Ferriss: Smart Drugs, Performance & Biohacking

The 4-Hour man himself, Tim Ferriss, is on Bulletproof Radio to unleash his biohacking expertise and to share some knowledge. Tim has a new podcast called The...

Having a purpose in life can affect how long you live

    New research shows that aimlessness can be fatal. New research examined the association between life purpose and mortality and found that individuals...
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