Sleep Apnea shortens telomeres

Ed Park, MD Telomere erosion Leave a Comment

The dozens of near-awakenings keep the Sleep Apnea sufferer in a vigilant and catabolic (breaking down and using up) state that should be reserved for your on-the-go, waking hours.

Overcharging the telomeres

Ed Park, MD Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Thanks to Facebook and Noel Patton’s friend list,  I became friends with the world-famous Michael Fossel, founder of “Rejuvenation Research” (formerly The Journal of Anti-Aging Medicine.) He is author of two landmark books on anti-aging: In Vivo and Cells, Aging, and Human Disease. Since I have been taking TA-65 for 20 months and since I believe the TRAP assays showing …