Day: May 24, 2015

Real patient experiences

Exercise helps maintain telomeres

In this 2008 study of twins, British researchers looked at 52 pairs of identical and 15 pairs of fraternal twins and concluded that exercise, even after controlling for confounding variables of age, BMI, smoking, year of sampling, and socioeconomic status, was associated with telomere length preservation. The effect was 6 years of length for 100 minutes a week and 9 years of advantage for 3 hrs or more.

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“THE AGE OF ADELINE”- The reviews are in – and they suck! (but the movie did not)

I did want to spend a moment to review the reviewers, who generally disliked the movie. What DOESN’T surprise me as an anti-aging believer but DOES surprise me as a screenwriter is how obsessed the reviewers were with the premise and how they misinterpreted the heroine. This only reinforces the quote from Anais Nin: “We don’t see the world as it is, we see it as we are. “

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