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Hepatitis C Patients May Have Increased Risk of Stroke

People with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection appear to have a higher likelihood of dying from strokes than uninfected individuals, according to research reported in the December 2010 issue of Stroke. Over 17 years of follow-up, nearly 3% of HCV seropositive people died due to cerebrovascular events, compared with 1% of HCV negative people; furthermore, the risk of stroke death rose with increasing HCV viral load.

Telomeres and Milk Thistle

Al Sears, MD
11905 Southern Blvd.
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411

May 12, 2014

Dear Reader,

Every year the members of the Los Angeles Gerontology Research Group put together a list of “super-centenarians” – people verified to be 110 years old or older.

It surprised me to see that nine of the world’s 15 oldest people live in America.1

But what struck me the most is that almost all of the super-centenarians are women.

It got me to wondering what they might have in common? What secrets do they have that can help you live younger for as long as possible?

The Therapeutic Effects of Acetyl-L-Carnitine on Peripheral Neuropathy: A Review of the Literature

Peripheral neuropathy is nerve conduction disruption that occurs outside of the central nervous system.
By Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO

Anti-Aging Hormone May Shorten Life Span According To New Study

Due to its anti-aging properties, more and more people make use of growth hormone injections. However, a study conducted by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York revealed that this type of therapy actually has the opposite effect, LiveScience has learned.

$1,000-a-pill Hepatitis drug in USA sells for less than $10 in Egypt

(NaturalNews) The financial raping of America by Big Pharma has just achieved a new milestone with the impending launch of a Hepatitis C drug that costs $1,000 a pill. If you've ever wondered why U.S. health care is so unaffordable and inaccessible -- and why health insurance costs are bankrupting businesses and municipalities across the nation -- this is exactly why. The same drug that sells for $1,000 a pill in the USA -- named "Sovaldi" -- sells for just $10 in Egypt, or 1/100th the USA price.

The Science of Aging

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Why do we age, from a biological perspective? 

Telomere length, the tal end of your DNA, is being recognized as an important marker of health and well-being.  They get a little bit shorter each time they replicate... and shorter is older.

The telomeres are thought to prevent the cell’s damage response mechanisms from recognizing the ends of linear chromosomes as double-stranded DNA breaks, including those arising when chromosomes are damaged by stresses such as ionizing radiation.

TA 65 is proven to lengthen telomeres.
Learn more of the Science behind TA65 Here

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