We did a recent survey at NHD to discover your top 10 health concerns.
Can we really run away from the effects of aging? The answer is yes. And it’s not too late to start today.
Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky, a McMaster University specialist in the aging process, has published a study to prove it.
As we explained on Tuesday, the study indicates that the elixir of youth is not in a bottle… it’s on the treadmill.
Breaking news about aging: Researchers are convinced they’ve discovered the fountain of youth. They believe one simple lifestyle change can alter the way you age.
Their brand new findings suggest that the change doesn’t just slow the aging process… it makes you stronger for longer. It also increases your sex drive. Plus, the findings show you can reverse the aging process.
Most doctors will tell you that too much testerone causes prostate cancer. But one doctor believes the reverse. He says “free” testosterone is vital to good prostate health.
That doctor is Abraham Morgentaler. And he’s spent the last seven years proving his theory.
As we told you on Tuesday, it all began in 2004 when he treated an 84-year-old patient with prostate cancer.
There’s some exciting news for people with arthritis. One all-natural plant extract can ease pain as effectively as any pain killer. But without any of the risky side effects.
It comes from Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, who has served on the White House Commission of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. She’s also chaired the United States Pharmacopeia Dietary Supplements and Botanicals Expert Committee.
We have some exciting news on the anti-aging front. It comes from Dr. David Rollo. He earned an M.D. at Cambridge University and a PhD from Princeton University. He’s written a dozen peer-reviewed journals on anti-aging and published four best-selling books on the subject. He currently leads research at McMaster University in Canada.
He’s just published a study in the current issue of the journal Experimental Biology and Medicine.