Robert Hariri, M.D., Ph.D., Discusses Using Placental Cells
In this conversation with George Shapiro, M.D., Dr. Robert Hariri discusses his clinical experience using cell therapy derived from placental cells. Dr. Hariri is Adjunct Associate Professor of Pathology at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York, Founder and Executive Chairman of MYOS Corporation, Co-founder and Vice Chairman of Human Longevisty, Inc., and Founder and Chairman, Cellular Therapeutics.
Age Management Medicine Profile: Rob Kominiarek, D.O.
In our practitioner profile, we talk with Rob Kominiarek, D.O., a board certified Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians and president and medical director of ReNue Health in Springboro, OH. A frequent speaker at AMMG conferences and a member of the Conference Planning Committee, he is a bestselling author, has a weekly health segment on NBC2 in Dayton, OH, and has a passion directed towards overall health of the mind and body thru proper nutritional habits, regular exercise, appropriate supplementation, and the intelligent optimization of hormones.
Phytocannabinoids Beyond THC & CBD
Betty Wedman-St.Louis, Ph.D.
No other single plant has ever been identified to offer improved neurotransmission, inflammation reduction and improved immune function like the phytocannabinoids in cannabis. Only through education can all the beneficial properties of full-spectrum cannabis be recognized while the pharmaceutical industry develops a "one cannabinoid for one disorder" so it can be patented.
Higher Estrogen Levels Linked to More Severe Disease in Scleroderma
Medical University of South Carolina
Estrogen is the quintessentially female hormone. It is surprising, then, that a Medical University of South Carolina study found that a type of estrogen, estradiol, was more abundant in older men with scleroderma than in postmenopausal women with the disease.
Drug to Replace Chemotherapy May Reshape Cancer Care
A class of drugs is emerging that can attack cancer cells in the body without damaging surrounding healthy ones. They have the potential to replace chemotherapy and its disruptive side effects, reshaping the future of cancer care.
D2d: Vitamin D Doesn't Stop Diabetes in Those With Prediabetes
Vitamin D3 supplementation in people at high risk of developing diabetes but who did not have vitamin D insufficiency does not reduce the chances of developing the disease compared with placebo, the new results of a randomized, placebocontrolled trial show.
Changes in the Human Metabolome Associated With Alcohol Use
Taija Voutilainen; Olli Kärkkäine
This review of recent metabolomics studies of the effects of alcohol use in humans, shows it is associated with changes in levels of lipids and amino acids, with decreased levels of glutamine and increased levels of tyrosine and alanine. More studies are needed to clarify alcohol induced diseases and alterations at a target organ level.
Hanacure: The Creepy Korean Facial Taking Over The Beauty World
Kevin B. O'Reilly
Imagine if all the serums, creams, and treatments in your medicine cabinet could be bottled up into a single, all-powerful product. This all-in-one treatment claims to address multiple signs of aging—from wrinkles to hyperpigmentation to loss of elasticity—with the added benefit of skin routines.
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