Stan still shrinking heads at age 86; Suzanne Somers still on a roll in Vegas at age 68.

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“The book is very well written by an expert in Longevity Sciences, and a brilliant researcher as well.
I now am a rarity among my colleagues; still working full time and fully functional at this advanced age. I am the oldest psychiatrist in Philadelphia, thanks to the help of Dr Ed!! “

Norm Shealy believes mental illness is caused by and potentially curable with oxytocin

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Today I am posting the conclusion of my interview with Dr. Norm Shealy. He has a very interesting theory about the failure of bonding from childbirth and childhood being a deficiency of oxytocin. He states that mental illnesses represent a failure of oxytocin and that using his energy modalities, he can cause people to release oxytocin and treat those illnesses.

Telomere dysfunction linked to cancer – Dr. Sandy Chang, Part 2

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This is the conclusion of our interview with Telomere expert, Dr. Sandy Chang, MD, PhD from Yale University. He was interviewed by Dr. Ed Park at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Conference in 2014.

In this segment, Dr. Chang discusses the science linking shortened telomeres to cancer formation with an emphasis on his area of expertise, the SHELTERIN complex that protects the telomere itself.

Black mold can live in your sinuses for decades! (how to diagnose and treat it)

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This is Part 2 of our our interview with infectious disease expert and researcher, Dr. Joe Brewer. He discusses two landmark papers where he shows the high correlation between chronic fatigue and mold infestation and the paper in which they successfully diagnose and treat this condition in the biofilm of the sinuses. If you know someone with chronic fatigue, then …

Dr. Dave’s balls ain’t deflated!! (also: what’s the whole story behind “Deflate-gate”?)

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Did you know that ever since Tom Brady and Peyton Manning got the rules changed in 2007, every single NFL games has featured different balls for each respective offense?  Only the kickoff balls are controlled by the referees.  I am sure surprised that no one is talking about thousands of games played where nobody checked the ball pressures.  What if …