Tag: telomere

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Archives Week 15 – Sept 1st, 2022

This week’s archives: a video exploring leaky gut….the link between breathing and longevity….a California law has ruled that physicians are subject to punishment for spreading disinformation about Covid

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Archives Week 14 – August 20th, 2022

This weeks archives: I address the common question “what is the difference between stem cells and exosomes?…..The telomere blog calls out the more logical and obvious explanation for Alzheimer’s: cell aging….the slice of life blog critiques the endless Balkanization of humanity via the use of weaponized identity politics

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Archives Week 13- August 13th, 2022

In this week’s exosome blog, we review the possible impact of MSC exosomes on aging…in the telomere blog, we review a case of a man who became younger by telomere measurements and even resumed some growth and reclaimed better health…in the slice of life blog, we revisit a rooftop conversation with a bright young man who knew more about the workings of the modern world than any other young person I’ve met

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Archives Week 12 – August 7th, 2022

For the exosome posting, we explore dental health and problems and learn there is hope for tooth regeneration…

In the telomere blog, we learn that most research assumes everything ages at the same rate but a simple thought experiment reveals that to be false….

In the slice of life blog, we discuss artificial intelligence and in doing so, discover how special human consciousness truly is

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Archives Week 11 – July 30, 2022

We discuss tinnitus, which is a ringing or other noise heard only by the patient.

The Telomere blog clearly explains why most of disease can be explained by telomere erosion

The final blog reminds me and you that we are never too old to grow younger and that sometimes only the crazy ones get out alive

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Archives Week 10 – July 23, 2022

After a five week hiatus spent planning my physician Masterclass in exosomes, I resume posting archives.

The first blog is showing older women resuming reading as a sign of executive cognitive function….

The second explores autophagy, the secret behind the cleansing effects of fasting, and its relationship to telomere shortening….

The last is a shallow dive into a shallow subject- political correctness

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