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Articles That Discuss anti-aging

Osteoporosis- Whole-body Vibration, Exercise Therapy

“Osteoporosis is not an inevitable part of aging: it is preventable. So, it is vital that all of us, of all ages, start taking care of our bones now before it is too late” … Conclusions The

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Chemo, Radiation, Anti-Aging- Inflammation= Inflammaging

“Following a nutrient-dense diet, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol intake are the best ways to support healthy aging and slow the effects of aging on your body.” Aging,

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Anti-Aging- Reduce Inflammation, Enhance Cognitive Function, Live Longer

Chronic systemic inflammation becomes increasingly associated with risk of death, loss of cognitive function and increasing dependency Could five nutritional supplements be the proverbial “fountain

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Melatonin As Anti-Aging Therapy for Age-Related Bone Loss

“These compelling results are the first evidence indicating that dietary melatonin (mel) supplementation is able to exert beneficial effects against age-related bone loss in old rats…” A

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Healing Chemotherapy-Induced Senescence aka Aging-

“Senescence (/sɪˈnɛsəns/) or biological aging is the gradual deterioration of functional characteristics in living organisms. The word senescence can refer to either cellular senescence or to

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Anti-Aging or Anti- Immune System Aging?

“…delaying senescence and thus age-related diseases. Rare human mutations can cause accelerated aging diseases. Environmental factors may affect aging – for example, overexposure to

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Can Childhood, AYA Cancer Survivors Heal Frailty, Cognitive Decline?

I am an AYA survivor. I was first diagnosed at 34- pretty old as AYA patients go but I still fall into the AYA category. More importantly, I have lived with long-term and late stage side effects since

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Collagen-Skin, Muscle, Joint, Brain and Heart Health

“In 2018, thanks in part to a small but growing body of evidence suggesting it (collagen) can improve skin, ease arthritis symptoms, promote wound healing, and fend off muscle wasting,” Nutritional

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