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.

Genetics 101: The least you need to know

Ed Park, MD Telomerase activation 1 Comment

Knowledgeable people may consider my stem cell theory of aging to be a statement of the obvious, as do I. But a greater number believe that aging is more complicated than just telomere erosion in stem cells and favor other theories.

For death begins with life’s first breath…

Ed Park, MD Biomarkers Leave a Comment

Larry was a 65 year-old healthy man who underwent biometric testing before and after taking the supplement TA-65. He changed nothing else in his lifestyle and yet his lung functioning went from a very respectable 3.8 liters to 4.6 liters after only 15 months.