Is the COVID mRNA Vaccine Duo Safe?

We really don't have enough data to say the risk outweighs the benefits. First, President Trump in March of 2020 brought the US Department of Defense into direct collaboration with U.S. health departments with respect to vaccine distribution, Operation Warp Speed...

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Erectile Dysfunction

Everything You Know About Erectile Dysfunction(ED) How does Viagra (and other ED medications) influence a man's holistic health? What are the benefits aside from sexual performance? During this age in modern science, there been many breakthroughs in medicine...

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Novel Coronavirus Could Kill 120 Million Globally

Could the coronavirus really kill 120 million people globally? As we move toward the end of the first week of the global Chinese Wuhan novel coronavirus (2019-nCov) outbreak, with the 2 cases in the United States, 1497 cases have been identified worldwide and 42...

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What’s New To Stay Young?

How to Stay Younger Q: When senolytic drugs cause senescent cells to die, other (younger) cells need to divide and take the place of the dead cells. This cell division causes telomere shortening, thus possibly creating new senescent cells. How is it that the process...

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Alzheimer’s Prevention

Alzheimer’s Prevention

The month of June is draped in purple, dedicated to Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness. At present, Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is not a curable disease. The prevalence of AD in our aging population is frightening, affecting 10% of those over age 60, 20% of those over age...

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Food For Anti-aging

Food For Anti-aging

As we age and begin to feel our own mortality, many of us secretly fantasize about a "fountain of youth" that we can drink from, and which will turn back the clock on Father Time. But so far, no such fountain has been found, at least, not that anyone is talking about....

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The World Congress of Anti Aging Medine(Monaco)

The World Congress of Anti Aging Medine(Monaco)

Hall Longevity Clinic Will Be Representing Miami in Monaco! Under the scientific supervision of the World Society of Interdisciplinary Anti-Aging Medicine (WOSIAM), the conference will feature a highly interactive, stimulating and multidisciplinary program and...

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AETHERN® The Formula

AETHERN® The Formula

Liquid “Shot” Formula AETHERN®’s proprietary formula is unique, indeed: it reinforces and enhances all the active ingredients, increasing the power of the nutritional action of the whole product. AETHERN® The Formula Formulated after extensive...

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Can you use facial rejuvenation safely?

Can you use facial rejuvenation safely?

As a doctor, I understand why men and women want to fight facial signs of aging: no one wants to wake up in the morning to a face that is wrinkled, with a double chin, and baggy eyes. The key to utilizing facial rejuvenation techniques is not to go overboard. Not too...

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What if the Placebo Effect Isn’t a Trick?

What if the Placebo Effect Isn’t a Trick?

The Chain of Office of the Dutch city of Leiden is a broad and colorful ceremonial necklace that, draped around the shoulders of Mayor Henri Lenferink, lends a magisterial air to official proceedings in this ancient university town. But whatever gravitas it provided...

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The Quest for Eternal Youth

The Quest for Eternal Youth

For centuries, writers, artists, and explorers have spoken about the myth surrounding an eternal, magical fountain that provides youthful restoration to anyone who bathes or drinks from it. In the late 1800’s, the prestigious Elms Hotel, located in what is now known...

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Rapamycin and TOR

Rapamycin and TOR

Of all the known chemical substances in the universe, a single drug has emerged as the most robust in extending lifespan. That drug has extended the lifespan of every living thing tested in the laboratory: yeast, worms, flies, and even middle-aged mice. That drug...

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Mud Baths, Saunas, and Steam

Mud Baths, Saunas, and Steam

Detoxification is riding the mind and body of unwanted poisons, caused by various factors, including our environment and lifestyle choices. Environmental toxins lurk everywhere; they can be found in our own homes, where bacteria and something as insignificant as...

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944 Magazine Miami

944 Magazine Miami

944 Magazine Miami “Dr. Michael Hall A Doctor You Want to See- Dr. Hall goes beyond your average practitioner at Hall Longevity Clinic, taking a holistic view on traditional medicine. In Five Words … You are what you eat. Don’t Miss … The ALCAT test: the most advanced...

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The London Guardian

The London Guardian

The London Guardian Dr. Michael Hall, a plastic surgeon in Miami Beach, said that an age of excess in the industry had come to an end, mirroring wider society. “When it comes to plastic surgery, people are now using more common sense. They don’t want radical...

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NBC

NBC

Dr. Hall speaks to a local news anchor on NBC Morning News regarding age optimization.

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The Kansas City Star

The Kansas City Star

Michael Hall approached women on the streets and called hundreds more to research his book. But he was always the perfect gentleman. In fact, that’s what he wanted to talk to them about. Does a gentleman have a place in today’s society, he asked? How should a man...

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The New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Herald They lost their homes and loved ones, but Sri Lankans affected by the Boxing Day tsunami have not given up hope of rebuilding their lives. Kaitaia nurses Terina Gladding and Raina Kitchen have spent 10 days working in relief camps around...

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Judge’s Decisions  Are Conspicuously Late

Judge’s Decisions Are Conspicuously Late

[cmsmasters_row][cmsmasters_column data_width="1/1"][cmsmasters_text] He meticulously documented several of these acts and reported them to New York state and federal investigators. Dr. Hall’s reports and official documents were reviewed by US Senator Charles Schumer,...

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Dermapen

Dermapen

What is Dermapen? Minimally invasive procedures are the future of cosmetology, slowly yet steadily taking over the place of surgical techniques that are painful, expensive and require longer recovery. This conservative approach does not require removal of tissue and...

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Dr. Horvath Aging Clock

Dr. Horvath Aging Clock

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] What is The Epigenetic Aging Clock? Epigenetic modifications refer to heritable changes, which play crucial biological roles independent of genetic changes. DNA methylation, one of the most studied epigenetic modifications, is now...

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Skin peeling

Skin peeling

Skin peeling is a type of dermatologic treatment in which a chemical solution, usually acid is applied to the skin and it causes the superficial layer to exfoliate and then peel off. Peeling is a method of choice for everyone who wishes to have a smoother and less...

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L-carnitine

L-carnitine

L-carnitine is a well-known and one of the most consumed supplements that alleviate the effects of aging and disease on mitochondria, being able to stimulate the increase in the mitochondria’s potential to burn fat. Its potency in reducing the chronic fatigue and...

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C

The discovery of vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, in the 1930s set the foundations of modern anti-aging medicine and micro nutrition. Sailors that spent months on the open seas with no access to fresh fruit and vegetables often suffered from scurvy, a disease caused by...

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PRP Treatment

PRP Treatment

PRP has received attention in the popular media as a result of its use in treating sports injuries in professional athletes. While patients suffering from chronic tendinitis or osteoarthritis have greatly benefited from this method, its use is not limited to orthopedics only – in fact, treatments for improving skin damage caused by traumatic or acne scars, sunburns and anti-aging treatments for filling in the wrinkles are on the rise and this topic is researched intensively nowadays.

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Integrative Essentials for Female Health

Integrative Essentials for Female Health

When we talk about female health, it is wrong to assume that only female reproductive health is concerned with this topic. Instead, the genetic and hormonal dissimilarities between male and female organisms are the main reason why our bodies work in different ways –...

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Understanding Skin Aging, Lotions and Potions

Understanding Skin Aging, Lotions and Potions

The first step to understanding skin aging requires a basic appreciation of the physiological changes that take place in the human body leading to aging or senescence, he decline of biological functions and the ability to adapt to metabolic stress. To be fair, it is a...

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Cell Therapy, The Future of Medicine

We are now featuring cutting edge Stem Cell technology, of just Cell Therapy as a revolutionary treatment utilizing a mesofusion electroportation technique with FR pulse in order to promote a new cells growth and to achieve the ultimate skin rejuvenation. This...

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Efforts to Stop Naled Poisoning Highlighted

Efforts to Stop Naled Poisoning Highlighted

As Miami residents worry about being sprayed with chemicals in the War on Zika, a journey to Brazil and Vietnam reveals new insights. Perspectives of doctors, scientists, and politicians are balanced with voices of ordinary citizens and victims to explore concerns...

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How to Treat Brain Aging

As we move into an era of human history where neurological health can't always keep up with our vital organs and glands; we all worry about what could happen to our brain.   Some of us know loved ones who suffer from dementia and Parkinson's.   Now we know things that...

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The Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath The Hippocratic Oath of a medical doctor: "I swear by God, making God my witnesses, that I will carry out, according to my ability and judgment, this oath and this indenture. To hold my teacher in this art equal to my own parents; to make him...

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Great Sleep is Your Key to Good Health!

Often patients ask me that they want to sleep better, and get more rest. It never surprises me when asked and I believe a third of my patients suffer from some form of insomnia.  Curiously, I ask questions.  Tell me if you get to sleep, stay asleep, what wakes you up,...

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Colon Cancer Before 30?

Can Anal Sex Give You Cancer? Are you at risk for dying of cancer?  Colon and rectal cancer rates are rising sharply among Americans in their 20s, according to a new study. Researchers haven’t yet pinpointed why, but the trend should be a wake-up call for young adults...

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New Age Skin

We have determined that not only is there a science to making skin look good, but we insist there is a system that you can follow to do this. Beginning this Spring, we encourage you to do a little thinking and consider a new line of skin therapy that originates in...

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Oxytocin and Sexual Relations

Dr. Thierry Hertoghe is a Belgium based physician and is a key researcher of hormone use in humans.  Curiously, oxytocin is often thought that it only affects women during child birth.  This is not true, it is also found in the in men  In men, as in women, oxytocin...

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Stem Cell Therapy and the USA

Stem cell therapy is very exciting and is a very hot topic that never seems to fully explained by health care leaders, doctors or the press. Many US based clinics offering stem cell treatments make claims that are not supported by a current understanding of science....

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Juice Junkie? Is It Good for You?

Miami Beach loves a new craze! A break down of the sexy raw juicing phenomena, the common mistakes & decoding some of the common “juice” terms and common mistakes “juicing junkies” make. Is “juicing” a fad or is it here to stay? What is most important to know...

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How Does Testosterone Affect ED

Is sex really so complicated?  Honestly, it's very complicated and the common banter around the catch term "androgens", such as testosterone, DHE-S, DHT, (particularly testosterone), have been shown to have both central and peripheral effects... that mean on therein...

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Smartphone Oculitis

As smartphone use becomes increasingly prevalent, its ramifications on our health are becoming more obvious. A new report in BMC Ophthalmology has revealed that children who spent lots of time using smartphones exhibited more symptoms of dry-eye disease and myopia...

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Trump and the Reversal of ACA

This information is directly from Trump-Pence official website. Since March of 2010, the American people have had to suffer under the incredible economic burden of the Affordable Care Act—Obamacare. This legislation, passed by totally partisan votes in the House and...

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What is a Compounded Drug?

Compounded medicines are made specifically from my prescription by a pharmacist for you. Many times a medication is no longer made by the manufacturer, or a patient is unable to take the medication in the form that is commercially available. Hormones are most commonly...

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Have You Heard of the BEMER?

Have You Heard of the BEMER?

The BEMER ( Bio-Electro-Magnetic-Energy-Regulation) can improve restricted circulation in the smallest blood vessels and thus support the body's own self-healing and regeneration processes. The circulation is the human body's supply system of vital oxygen. Almost 75%...

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How Testosterone May Make You a Better Father

How Testosterone May Make You a Better Father

Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the toughest things new parents will experience, just about everyone knows this. What they may not know is that the cries of an infant can actually cause testosterone to dip in some men, which may not necessarily be a bad thing....

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Personalized Medicine and Heart Health

Six years ago, the American Heart Association presented seven metrics intended to focus on ideal cardiovascular health. Studies show that these have proven effective in decreasing mortality from heart disease after the metrics were established, but it seems their...

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Your Smartphone and Your Skin

Could your smartphone be causing your acne breakouts and damaging your skin? It may seem far-fetched, but studies have shown that when it comes to items you own, your cell phone is crawling with germs that go entirely unseen unless it were to be placed under a...

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Your Job May Affect Your Long Term Health

Have you ever had a bad day at work? Chances are you’ve had at least one. If you’re in your twenties or thirties and aren’t satisfied with your employment, you could face health backlash by the time you reach your forties according to new research. There have been...

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Do You Have Male Menopause?

Are you familiar with male menopause? Perhaps better known as “andropause”, it’s also been referred to as grumpy old man syndrome and hypotestosteronism, affecting about thirty percent of men before they turn 50 and fifty percent of men that are over the age of 60. By...

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Choose The Best Diet For You

Did you know that your genetics play as much of a role in your nutrition as your lifestyle does? Your genes are essential in determining your propensity for exercise, your diet, and nutritional needs and by having a strong knowledge of your genetic profile, you can...

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Maintain a Healthy Weight with Our Test

Maintaining a healthy weight is essential to ensuring positive long term health and reducing the odds of developing cardiovascular disease. To maintain a healthy weight there are several factors that need to be taken into account including a person’s propensity for a...

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Use Our Tests to Better Understand Your Skin

Last week we covered our early cancer detection test and today we’re shifting our focus to the body’s largest organ: the skin. Our skin test is a unique genetic test designed for various skin types that analyzes genes. These genes are then associated with a patient’s...

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What Is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial Release (MFR) is a hands-on technique that focuses on applying sustained yet gentle pressure to the body’s Myofascial connective tissue restrictions in an effort to restore motion and eliminate pain. Myofascial restrictions are typically caused by surgical...

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ZIKA 101: What You Need to Know

As you may have heard, the Zika virus, named after the area of Africa where it was first identified, has surfaced in South Florida, initially within the confines of Miami’s ultra-popular Wynwood Art District. As of August 20th, its now be identified in Miami Beach. ...

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Warning Signs of Low Testosterone

Warning Signs of Low Testosterone

Are you noticing that your sex drive has decreased, you’re having trouble staying focused at work, or you’re frequently feeling lethargic? You may be suffering from low testosterone. Per the Urology Care Foundation, about four in ten men over the age of 45 have low...

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Hall Longevity’s Advanced Tests

Today we’d like to take a closer look at some of the advanced tests available to detect and diagnose cancer.  Hall Longevity Clinic, beginning with the first FDA approved early cancer detection test. brings you the future of medical detection.  This test is...

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Understanding Heat Stress

Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over 650 deaths are attributed to heat exhaustion every year, a number greater than tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, and lightning combined. The sad part about this that many of these deaths could have been...

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Testosterone Therapy May Help with Your Sex Life

A man’s age does not have to negatively affect his sex life, at least not according to new research published last month. With testosterone therapy, men that are beginning to lose their sex drive can receive a “boost” to their sexual health, per recent “low-T” (low...

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Erase Your Wrinkles with a “Second Skin”

If you were able to apply an invisible skin on top of your existing skin that would cause your wrinkles to vanish, would you do it? If so, you may be interested in a new pilot study being spearheaded by MIT and Harvard scientists. Appropriately called “second skin”...

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Why Dr. Hall made the LifeCard

Price Begins at $349We Need Affordable and Responsible Healthcare Today! If you seek healthcare on a more continual basis, Dr. Michael Hall is proud to offer our exclusive and trademarked Hall Longevity Clinic - LifeCard Health Program. We created our exclusive...

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Food and the Unfood

As we enter a period of human history of greater biotechnology and genetic manipulation; it concerns me greatly that our food supply is being adversely controlled by large international cooperation’s that market and sell food and the American agricultural industry...

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Cell Therapy in a Pill

Celergen - A Pill to Counteract Celluar Metabolic Decay How does Celergen work? Unlike other cell therapies, which involve injections, Celergen comes in a soft gel form that is taken orally. While supplements are often manufactured using extreme heat, which destroys...

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Melatonin IQ

Melatonin is a hormone produced naturally by the pineal gland in response to darkness. Levels remain high during sleep until the pineal gland tapers off production in response to light. Melatonin has many beneficial functions and new discoveries are...

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Aspen Institute Meets Miami

Dr. Hall just returned from the Spotlight Health in Aspen, Colorado, on June 25-28, 2015, it opened the world famous  Aspen Ideas Festival. This year’s theme is Smart Solutions to the World’s Toughest Challenges. From Ebola, climate change, and genetically...

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Brain Decay and Your Future

One of the most interesting ideas was identifying and possibly preventing neurodegenerative diseases, such as: Alzheimer's disease (AD) and Parkinson's disease (PD), are age-related disorders characterized by the deposition of abnormal forms of specific proteins in...

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Living to 100 Gracefully

The theme of the 13th annual Aesthetic and Anti Aging Medicine World Congress held in Monte-Carlo at the Grimaldi Forum was youth and the pursuit of it with science. The greatest minds in the fields, representing 101 countries were all featured in Room Auric. The...

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A New Year of Health

Namaste.  After arriving back of Miami (ego central) from Goa, India (a spiritual vortex), much has changed in my life. I was there to visit the Shri Kali Ashram, a purveyor of Tantric yoga.  The premise of Tantric yoga is to dissolve the psychic self or...

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To Juice or Not to Juice

Is “juicing” becoming a craze, just a fad or here to stay?  What is most important to know about juicing are provenance, preparation and combinations.  Where is the food item sourced from, who is handling it and how is it processed, and what combinations of...

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Meditation Stimulates Cellular Renewal

Meditation can wipe away the day's stress, bringing with it inner peace. See how you can easily learn to practice meditation whenever you need it most. If stress has you anxious, tense and worried, consider trying meditation. Spending even a few minutes in meditation...

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Sugar is Misleading Our Health

There is evidence that refined sugar is the main contributor to the global obesity epidemic, hypertension, diabetes.  Sugar and the manufactures of sugar are now being equated to “tobacco”, a human scourge.   Biologically, humans are not designed to consume...

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Foods to Combat High Blood Pressure

As we get closer tot the holiday months, look over some good nutritional ideas! The following specific foods may help to lower blood pressure. Try to incorporate as many as you can into your diet.  These are approved by the Insitute for Functional Medicine....

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Why Eating Fat is Good!

Recently, doctors have noted that a low carb moderate high fat diet (avoiding trans fats) may be the best for our health.  “I’ve been a strong advocate of moving saturated fat down the list of priorities in dietary recommendations for one reason: because of the...

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Ebola Travel CDC ALERT

“It is the world’s first Ebola epidemic and it is spiraling out of control. It’s bad now and it’s going to get worse in the very near future,” Frieden told CBS News. “There is still a window of opportunity to tamp it down, but that window is closing. We really have to...

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Laughter Therapy

Laughter Therapy

  It is time to start laughing! Sense of humor may differ from one person to the next, but the results are still unequivocally the same, and more and more research is proving that the simple act of laughing may be far more powerful than people once thought....

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Recovery…The Road Back

As human beings we never even seemed to have a chance, since the dawn of time various species on this planet have had a fascination with getting high— even animals like lemurs, wallabies, birds, and dolphins have found ways to deliberately distort their perception of...

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Building Your Brain With A Healthy Diet

Building Your Brain With A Healthy Diet

Feed Your Brain What have you done for your brain lately? As we grow older our health becomes more of a concern—we start watching what we eat, we go on bike rides, run, or take that dreaded trip to the gym, we have scheduled check-ups with our doctor to make sure that...

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Cellular Therapy and How it Can Help

Scary as it may sound, on a day-to-day basis our bodies are being slowly polluted (some of us more than others). This, overtime, begins to stunt our cellular growth. As human beings our survival depends on the division of cells, once a cell stops dividing it succumbs...

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Spice Up Your Sex Life

Avoid the Seven-Year Itch Have you ever heard of the seven-year itch? It seems that after seven years many serious couples get to a point where they start to feel bored…really bored…the same old routines, the same old conversations, and the same old sex. Don’t let...

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Healthy Relationships

  Just because Valentine’s Day is over doesn’t mean you should go back to your old routines. Intimate relationships are an important part of life, having someone to share your sorrows and joys with is significant on many different levels. At Hall Longevity Clinic...

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Do Ten Things to Protect Your Brain

According to the world renown brain researcher and pioneer of the Brain SPECT scan, Dr. Daniel Amen, of Amen Clinic’s, there are very simple and easy things you can do right now to keep your brain in tip top form and perhaps stave off early dementia and other brain...

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Mercury…Remove It Today!

 How Can We Poison Our Children? It seems that we are confirming that autism and autism spectrum disorders, like Asperger’s, PDD, ADHD, are related to mercury, organo-mercury that converts to triethylmercury to be precise.  This kind of mercury found in...

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A New Dawn in Health Care

Howdy from Teresa, Lisa and Rocky! Can you beleive it's been 5 years since we strated our journey. Welcome to the new Hall Longevity Clinic. We are in our new space just north of the Lincoln Road and have a new web site to bring you the very best in health care...

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Healing Ideally

As we age, our bodies’ ability to repair injuries and wounds degrades. Not only does the same type of wound simply take longer to heal in older people than younger people, but the wounds tend to build up more scar tissue and adhesions. In a novel and exciting series...

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Weight Loss? Have A Read!

We all know how important it is to look and feel good. Why not start out the New Year with a few new ideas and break a few bad habits! KEEP TRYING, failure is key - weight gain is a factor of calories over time, the more calories over a shorter period of time the more...

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Aches, Pains and a Strain… Think PRP

Aches, Pains and a Strain… Think PRP

After hearing about Tiger Woods and his marriage blow up, there is a silver lining in all the gossip. Tiger recently had a knee operation and was given an injection of his own blood products to help him recover faster. The medicine is very cutting edge, the science...

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