Mangrove leaves are like stem cells

Ed Park, MD aging, dr ed park, mitochondrial theory of aging, stem cell theory of aging 1 Comment

My boys and I were fortunate to take a beautiful kayak adventure through the GeoPark mangrove forest in Langkawi, Malaysia.   Our naturalist guide pointed out an interesting adaptation to the salty¬†environment that we would never have intuited on our own. The mangrove trees absorb excess salt then “choose” certain leaves in which to concentrate that salt. As a result, …

What can a K-Pop detention tell us about the psychology of trust?

Ed Park, MD dr ed park, News, nobel prize, stem cell theory of aging, TA-65, Telomerase Activation Medicine 2 Comments

Unfortunately, when people decide to look into anti-aging, they treat the telomerase activation theory with the same suspicion as a LAX customs officer.