Aging as we see it around us, painful, suffering and debilitating, doesn’t have to be so bad, so fast. A look at the epidemiology, case studies, and clinical trials that offer answers to age gracefully, naturally.
A report by the Canadian Cancer Society revealed that nearly half of the general population may be diagnosed with certain types of cancer in their lifetime. Yet no one talks about weed killer in the food supply the may actually exacerbate the risk of developing the disease.
Dr. Brian Callister, from Reno, Nevada, claims his patients were denied life-saving treatment but offered suicide pills by their insurance company because it was cheaper.
This retired Army colonel has worked as a personal trainer for 17 years and is the oldest trainer there by about three decades. He started at an age when most people are thinking about retiring, works four days a week pushing his clients, most of whom are of retirement age, with rigorous drills that would […]
Dr. Ellsworth Wareham is a famous cardiothoracic surgeon who retired at the age of 95. He believes his healthful lifestyle contributes to his longevity and shares his experiences and thoughts in this short interview. He is still living and healthy at the age of 102 as of this date.
A recent Mayo Clinic study revealed ground-breaking research on what causes your bodies building blocks to build muscle and stay young rather than lose function as you age. “These things we are seeing cannot be done by any medicine,” says lead researcher.