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” and scientifically known as XPL, the skin is formed through two methods that are largely straightforward. Using a chain of molecules, a serum called a polymer is created when is then applied to the area the patient would like to have treated. After this step, a second cream is applied over the...

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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 healthcare membership program to be both convenient and affordable. Services include: Liaison services for in-patient Blue Cross and Blue Shield Blue Option Plan with catastrophic coverage (Full E.R. visit, hospitalization, and surgical benefits, all for less than $75 per month). $5 million in coverage for injuries and illnesses such as ruptured appendix, broken leg, and cancer. Emergency in-office laceration...

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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 that grow and process food.  I have radially changed the way I eat due to understanding what our “food” is becoming.  Some might call it “Frankenfood”, simply food that is part natural and part something else. Food may be adulterated at many levels: generically, chemically, and during the processing stage.  My present diet is more or less, vegan, also I...

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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 many of the nutrients in the active ingredients, Celergen uses technolofgy desiged in a Swiss lab and uses a proprietary cold extraction technology. This guarantees that its marine cellular extracts achieve the highest degree of potency. Celergen’s bioactive ingredients are bound to peptides, which escort the micronutrients though the intestines and into the blood system where they go to...

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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 made daily about it’s amazing properties. It helps regulate sleep. It is an immunostimulant. It is a powerful antioxidant. It seems many people know about meatonin, but are unsure of how it works or how to use it. Occasionally, melatonin is used as a complementary medicine in cancer treatment for breast, brain, lung, prostate, head and neck, or gastrointestinal cancer. Melatonin is sometimes used...

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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 modified organisms, to cancer, personalized medicine, and death with dignity, we’ll take on these headline-blaring challenges, and look at the future-facing solutions coming from the fields of science, art, technology, and design. The second annual Spotlight Health will again draw speakers and audience members from around the world to talk about the cutting-edge health issues of our times – last...

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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 the brain.  The theory goes that AD is characterized by the presence of extracellular amyloid plaques and intraneuronal neurofibrillary tangles in the brain. A biochemical analysis of amyloid plaques revealed that the main constituent is fibrillar aggregates of a residue peptide referred to as the amyloid-β protein (Aβ). PD is associated with the degeneration of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta. One...

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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 presenter were Drs. Claude Chauchard, Claude Dalle, Yoshikazu Yonei, Victor Clatici and more than 30 more distinguished scientists.

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