Tag: war

Real patient experiences

Beyond good and evil (or why sometimes an arch is just an arch)

Turning back to triumphs and tragedies in our aging bodies, let’s look at the war in one of our patient’s bodies. In the case of Marty, a 70-yo who took RECHARGE for a year, his average telomere length in creased by 300 base pairs, or roughly 6 year’s worth assuming a rate of 50 bp/year of attrition.

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Honoring those who gave their lives

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. Some people think wars are good for the economy. I don’t agree.

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