Powered by Ajaxy

Slow The Aging Process

Slow the Aging Process: Stand Up for Yourself

If you want to live longer try standing up. One way to measure how fast you are aging (dying) is to measure telomere length. We've written several articles on telomeres. Here's one called, Telomeres: A Key to Longevity.  Quickly, telomeres are little … [Read More...]

gray hair

Living with Gray Hair: a Bird’s Eye View

Gray Hair: An Early Sign of Aging “Mirror, mirror on the wall. That cannot be a gray hair – after all – could it?” But it was, and it was staring me in the face as I looked in the mirror. I was just 16. But, there it was – a gray hair – on my … [Read More...]

Recent Articles

Vitamin E and Mental Function

Researchers have studied vitamin E supplements for years to see if it protects against cancer, memory, and other diseases. The problem, though, is there are 8 natural different forms of vitamin E and most studies on this nutrient involve only the use … [Read More...]

What to Look for in a Breakfast Cereal

We've said a number of times breakfast is the most important meal of the day. All of us are rushed at times in the morning and the easiest thing to devour quickly is a bowl of cereal. What should you look for in a breakfast cereal, though? And, what … [Read More...]

Fight Antibiotic Resistance with Honey

Have an Infection? Pass the Honey Can honey help limit antibiotic resistant bacteria? As the oldest natural sweetener honey has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes. And, it recent years there has been an increased understanding behind the … [Read More...]

Geneu: Skin Care Product Based On DNA Testing

Using Genes and Technology to Improve Skin Care Can a microchip improve skin care? Yes, it seems. Using a new microchip scientists can sequence your DNA in 30 minutes and customize a skin serum to optimize collagen production - the key to great … [Read More...]

Is Your Diet Behind Your ADD and ADHD?

In the book The Mood Cure Julia Ross distinquishes between true emotions and false moods and attributes false moods to imbalances in neurotransmitters. And the production of those all important neurotransmitters is affected by our diet more than … [Read More...]