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I hope that you’re having a great 2019 so far!
That’s Laura with me in the photo. She is by FAR my better half. We just celebrated 20 years of romance and adventure together. I AM SO looking forward to the next 20.
Laura is very inspirational, not just to me, but to all the people that know her. She is a survivor with laser-like focus on living life on her terms, despite her substantial challenges. Laura is amazing.
So far, 2019 has been awesome. It’s been very wet but, that’s okay because I LOVE storms. One of my favorite sounds is the rain pattering on the roof. LOVE IT!
I think you will like this edition of PRIME TIME LIVING. It has ton’s of articles and information focusing on many aspects of increasing your lifespan while avoiding the chronic conditions that affect many people as they get older.
It also has my very first podcast edition of HEALTH BITES.
Health Bites are short, informative podcasts. This one is less than 5 minutes.
These short podcasts will provide some basic understanding of the terms and concepts which are very important to the understanding of the science of health span. I hope you like them.
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Health Span Deep Dive with Rhonda Patrick PhD.
In this edition of Prime Time Living we’re going to take deep-dive on the subject of heat acclimation with the use of the dry sauna. I did a recent podcast focusing on this topic.
In Dr. Patrick’s video, Rhonda interviews Dr. Jari Laukkanen, the Finnish doctor who lead the 20 year long research study that was responsible for providing so much solid data on the subject. I think you’ll like it!
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Prostate cancer: How immune cells promote tumor growth
By Ana Sandoiu
Fact checked by Honor Whiteman
Published Tuesday 28 November 2017
Bowel cancer trial aims to reset gut bacteria
Hannah Devlin Science correspondent
Wed 23 Jan 2019 01.01 EST
Everything you need to know about R-CHOP
By Jamie Crawford
Reviewed by Alan Carter, PharmD
Last reviewed Wed 23 January 2019
Are We Innately Immune to Cancer?
By Mark Lowdell
on January 24, 2019
Scientists Develop Renewable Source of Cancer-Fighting T Cells
BY STEPHANIE MLOT
01.24.2019 :: 9:50AM EST
ARenal Cell Carcinoma Treatment Options and Expectations
Medically reviewed by Seunggu Han, MD on September 25, 2017 — Written by Stephanie Watson
New therapy turns cancer cells into fat to stop it from spreading.
25 JANUARY, 2019
Scientists may have found a way to kill cancer cells without chemotherapy
28 JANUARY, 2019
Diet & Nutrition
Here’s How Intermittent Fasting Rewires Your Metabolism
By Caroline Muggia
January 20, 2019 — 7:00 AM
Wednesday Open Thread: A New Connection between the Gut and Brain
by enhydra lutris
Wednesday January 23, 2019 · 6:06 AM PST
Stool transplants from ‘super donors’ could be a cure-all
By Ana Sandoiu
Fact checked by Gianna D’Emilio
Published Tuesday 22 January 2019
New Research Could Reverse Memory Loss in Alzheimer’s Patients
by Kristin Houser
January 22, 2019 Health & Medicine
The ketogenic diet influences taxonomic and functional composition of the gut microbiota in children with severe epilepsy
BMarie Lindefeldt, Alexander Eng, Hamid Darban, Annelie Bjerkner, Cecilia K Zetterström, Tobias Allander, Björn Andersson, Elhanan Borenstein, Maria Dahlin & Stefanie Prast-Nielsen
npj Biofilms and Microbiomesvolume 5, Article number: 5 (2019)
We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it
By Debora MacKenzieJanuary
JANUARY 2019 , UPDATED 30 JANUARY 2019
Effectively Eradicating Senescent Cells to Extend Life and Health Span in Humans
By Carl Lanore
Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny
Friday, 11 January 2019 00:00
Your gut bacteria may match your blood group – but we don’t know why
By Yvaine Ye
HEALTH 2 FEBRUARY 2019
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