Honoring those who gave their lives

Ed Park, MD dr ed park, Holidays and Observances Leave a Comment

Tomorrow is Memorial Day here in the United States, a day when we honor those who died during war.  For some historical perspective, here is a list of the seven most lethal wars that mankind has faced.

 

The Seven Deadliest Wars:

#7 Vietnam War (1968-75) – 2.5M killed
#6 Korean War (1950-52) – 2.5M killed
#5 Second Congo War (1998-2003) – 3.8M killed
#4 Russian Civil War (1917-1921) – 5M killed
#3 World War One (1914-1918) – 10M killed
#2 World War Two (1939-1945) – 40M killed
#1 War Against Aging (50,000 B.C. – present) 100 Billion killed

In this  “War Against Aging”, an individual’s weapons were limited to rest, exercise, nutrition, and herbs.

Cultures waged their battles against oblivion using prayers and sacrifices, having descendants, fighting wars, or creating art and ideas of lasting value.

But the winds of war are shifting against our ancient enemy of aging, which has slain 94% of its combatants (100B of the 106B Homo sapiens that have lived.)

Because just as we harnessed the power of the atomic nucleus to deter war, science has harnessed the power of the cellular nucleus to deter aging.

TA-65 is simply a scientifically-proven, MAGIC BULLET to defeat the Grim Reaper by refurbishing and recharging your DNA protection at the genetic level.

To enlist in our “War to End All Ends,”  visit:

http://www.rechargebiomedical.com/aging.html

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