Non-Profit Trusted Source of Non-Commercial Health Information
The Original Voice of the American Academy of Anti-Aging, Preventative, and Regenerative Medicine
logo logo

Archive

Article
Nerves from Ribs May Help Spinal Cord Injury Patients
A Personal Genome for $1,000?
Worlds Biggest Genetic Database Given the Green Light
Scientists Learn about Eye Diseases by Lighting up the Brain
Scientists Make Blood Brain Barrier Drugs Breakthrough
US Health Experts Urge People to Get into the Tea Habit
Womens Enhanced Ability to Fight Bacteria and Parasites Secret
Stem Cells May Determine Lifespan
Scientists Identify Longevity Genes
Researchers More than Double Worms Lifespan
Researchers Discover Three Longevity Factors
Researcher Finds Anti-Aging Gene
Regular Sex and Lots of Money Keys to Long Life
No End in Sight for Human Life Expectancy
New Study Finds Low-Calorie Diet Slows Aging in Mice
Monograms Spell Out Longevity
Less Calories More Life
Genetic Mutation Doubles Lifespan of Fruit Fly
Genetics and Favorable Cholesterol Profile are Secrets of Japane
Dietary Supplements Restore Rats Youth
Concentrate on Quality of Life Not Immortality
Antioxidant Drugs Quadruple Mouse Lifespan
Vitamin C Fast Tracks Drugs through Blood-Brain Barrier
Viruses Could Become New Antibacterial Drugs
Scientists Unveil Enzyme-Based Antibiotic
Nocebo Effect Explains Unusual Side Effects
Garlic Extract Combats Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Daily Aspirin Cuts Couch Potatoes Risk of Death
Aspirin May Combat Viruses
7-Million Seniors Prescribed Dangerous Drugs
Stem Cell Transplants Leads to Remission of Lupus and Arrest of
Older but Not Necessarily Weaker
Office Life Bad for the Back
Marijuana Effective against MS Pain and Spasms
Low-Cal Diet Keeps Muscles in Shape
Green Tea May Help Muscular Dystrophy Patients
Aerobic Exercise Helps Relieve Fibromyalgia Symptoms
Vitamin E Repairs Nerve Damage in Mice
Vitamin E in Treatment of Tardive Dyskinesia
Vaccine May Prevent Paralysis Following Spinal Cord Injury
Vitamin D Benefits MS Patients
Surgeons Perform First Living-Donor Nerve Transplant
Stem Cell Transplant May Slow Progression of MS
Snail Toxin Speeds Nerve Regeneration
Scientists Uncover Link between MS and Viral Infection
Scientists Reverse Spinal Injury
Scientists Find Key to Controlling Nerve Regeneration
Scientists Discover How to Reprogram Brain Cells
Scientists Attempt to Repair Spinal Cord Injury with Nose Cells
Researchers Regrow Severed Nerves