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 alleviating problems with the human condition. Obviously, reproduction is one of the most important parts of most everyone’s life. To have an active and healthy sex life one has to be able to feel confident in performance. Therefore, many years ago erectile dysfunction medication was discovered to have a profound effect on men’s overall well-being and functionality in the bedroom. There is...

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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 deaths have occurred as of evening 25 January 2020. What we can surmise, is a critical number, in epidemiology; a case fatality rate (CFR) – or case fatality risk – is the proportion of deaths within a designated population of “cases” (people with a medical condition, e.g. viral infection) over the course of the disease. The CFR for...

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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 of killing senescent cells is not self-defeating if new senescent cells are being created? There are a couple of ways to come at this question. The first is to just look at the astonishing beneficial effects of senolytic drugs or gene therapies in aging mice and mouse models of age-related disease.1,2 In these studies, senolytic drugs have...

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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 70, and 30% of those over age 80. There are roughly 5 to 6 million AD patients in the US and an equal number of people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), memory loss, but not enough loss of function to be called AD. In general, MCI is a precursor to AD, with 80% eventually developing AD, at the...

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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. So we do other things in an attempt to look and feel younger. We buy fancy skin creams, most of which are just garbage in a jar. We spend more time at the gym or following fitness regimens at home – and of course, there is nothing wrong...

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