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Vertical Lines On Fingernails: What Your Body Is Telling You

While most of us associate vertical lines on fingernails with the aging process, this is not always the cause. In many of us, these lines tend to develop out of the blue and may stem from an underlying health condition often associated with adrenal fatigue. These different health conditions may affect your nail or nail […]
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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Regenerative Medicine

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a world-wide immune disorder, affects about one percent of the total population. Women outnumber men as victims of this disorder by 3:1. This disorder can leave the person suffering from it with severe deformities of the joints and can lead to disability if therapies do not work. Inflammation often becomes the most […]
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Bioengineered Exosomes for Health and Longevity: The Latest in Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy has come a long way since its inception. It’s no longer a controversial topic revolving around the ethics of extracting stem cells from embryos. Nowadays, you can derive bioengineered exosomes and bioengineered stem cells from a variety of sources and then manipulate them to become even more effective. And though modern medicine […]
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The Role Of NAD+ In Health And Aging

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD+, is a coenzyme that is part of all living cells. A coenzyme is a compound that binds with enzymes to help catalyze reactions. NAD+ and NADH are the two different forms NAD can be found in. They are what is called a “redox couple”, meaning they are a reduced (gaining […]
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How to Delay Reproductive Aging and Improve Your Fertility

For many good reasons, many women and couples are choosing to delay starting a family. This is a personal choice and although having children a little later in life may have benefits like greater financial stability and higher emotional maturity, there are certain risks involved in doing so. Studies show that there are health complications […]
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Improving Sexual Health in Older Women

As women get older, many find they are increasingly less interested in sex. This can happen for a variety of reasons, from health issues and hormonal changes to the stresses of work, relationships, and raising children. Understanding the causes of declining sexual health in older women can be a first step in finding ways to […]
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The Secret To Longevity: Does Your Life Have Purpose?

People have always searched for the secret to longevity. In the middle ages, many alchemists would concoct batches of potions in an attempt to find the elixir of life. More recently, studies on genes indicate that some populations may be prone to living longer. Other studies have considered environmental factors and modern medicine. However, the […]
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Memory Management: Life-Changing Solutions to Overcome Cognitive Issues

You’ve probably experienced forgetful moments many times in your life. Forgetting things on occasion is totally normal, for example, when you’re in a hurry, nervous, or just really stressed out. However, as you age, your memory may start to decline causing you to misplace things more often. Or you may even find it difficult to […]
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How to Reverse Aging and Improve Your Health With Blue Light

Health science and technology are advancing rapidly. That simply means that there are always new ways to improve your health and wellbeing. One insight that has come from recent health research is the danger of too much blue light, particularly when it comes to the brain. These days, blue light is everywhere, constantly emitted from […]
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Mitochondrial Targeted Antioxidants: A New Fountain of Youth?

Every cell in your body has a tiny powerhouse called the mitochondria. Mitochondria are responsible for turning the energy we get from our food into energy our cells can use to perform essential functions. Mitochondria also play a role in signaling between individual cells and cell death. But sometimes things go wrong within the mitochondria, […]
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