You Call That a Workout? Yes!

4 seconds of exercise improves fitness, strength, and general physical performance. University of Texas in Austin research: 39 men & women, aged 50-68 Technique known as "HIIT": High Intensity Interval Training (on stationary bikes) Quick spurts of exercise followed by … Read More

Stunning Arthritis

New technique developed by Emory University School of Medicine Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation or c-RFA Needles placed near main sensory nerves in hips and shoulders Needles carry low-grade current: slows transmission of pain signals to the brain 23 patients treated with … Read More

Not Just a Hearing Aid

Johns Hopkins develops new hearing aid: Contains artificial intelligence, Bluetooth, fitness tracker, and fall detection systems Customize settings with your smartphone Devices automatically adjust to sounds and can "learn" voices Smaller, lighter, less visible, and resemble wireless earbuds with 360 … Read More

Get [Low Fat] Milk

New research at BYU shows drinking nonfat and 1% milk slows biological aging better than drinking 2% milk. For every 1% increase in milk fat, biological aging increased 4.5 years: chromosome "clock" affected 5834 men and women studied Research supports … Read More

Prescription: Nature!

New "green therapy" in British Columbia, Canada, the UK, and Finland, derived from Japanese method of "Forest Bathing." Doctors actually write scripts for patients to get outside for 30 minutes at a time, 4 times a week. Conditions targeted: High … Read More

Late payments, Low Credit Scores: Predict Dementia?

New findings from Johns Hopkins: analyzed Consumer Credit Reports, track credit cards and loans for 19 years 81,000 Medicare beneficiaries with Alzheimer's diagnosis. Late payments showed up 6 years before dementia diagnosis. Subprime Credit Scores (under 620) showed up 2.5 … Read More

Starving Cancer?

Did you know more than 1,600 people die from cancer every day? It’s no wonder researchers are trying to find a cure. Now, a team from Belgium may have discovered a way to “starve” cancer cells by using an antidepressant … Read More

Human Aging Truly Reversed?

In what’s being called a research “first”, Israeli scientists say they’ve used hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT, to reverse 2 key components of aging in human cells. Teams from Tel Aviv University and Shamir Medical Center revealed they got the … Read More

Feel The Burn!

While you enjoy your holiday meals, here’s some food for thought. What can you eat that will help you live longer, healthier? Brand new results from an 8 year Italian study of 22,000 people reveals those on a Mediterranean diet … Read More