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Can “Cellular Trash” Crack the Cancer Code?!

Pioneering treatment harnesses your body’s natural healing power

We learned 350 years ago that cells serve as the fundamental building blocks of all living things. 

So, by the turn of the 21st century, many scientists figured we knew just about everything there is to know about basic cellular biology.

Boy, were they wrong.

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Latest Stories

The Hidden Dangers in the Sand: Stay Safe from Beach Germs This Summer

Summer is right around the corner, and many of us are eagerly planning our vacations—possibly to a beautiful beach or tropical location. While the thought of lounging on the sand and splashing in the waves is undeniably appealing, it’s important to remember that there are some potential health risks to consider when hitting the beach. […] Read

Cancer: And the Blood Test That Could SAVE Your Life

Cancer. It’s a word that strikes fear into the hearts of millions, a devastating diagnosis that can turn lives upside down in an instant. For far too many, the battle against this insidious disease begins only after it has already taken hold, when treatment options are limited and the odds of survival are stacked against […] Read

AI in Medicine: How to Navigate the Promises and Pitfalls

Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking the world by storm. Chances are you’ve seen countless headlines touting its potential to transform everything—from business to entertainment. While many might roll their eyes at the thought of yet another technological advancement that we all have to adapt to, there’s one area where AI is making waves that are […] Read

Diabetes: Why Men with Obesity Face Higher Risks

In the complex web of factors that contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes, a new study has shed light on a crucial piece of the puzzle… The role of sex differences in adipose tissue insulin resistance. The findings, presented at the European Congress on Obesity (ECO) 2024 and published in the International Journal […] Read

New Biomarker Could Revolutionize Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's?

Imagine waking up one morning and not recognizing the face staring back at you in the mirror. Or forgetting the names of your children, your spouse, your closest friends. For the millions of people worldwide living with Alzheimer’s disease, these heartbreaking moments are a daily reality. As the most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease […] Read

The Factor That Can Make or BREAK Your Telehealth Experience

Over the past four years, telehealth video visits have become an increasingly common way for Americans to connect with their healthcare providers. For seniors, this technology has been a game-changer, offering a convenient and safe way to access care without leaving home. But have you ever stopped to consider what’s behind your doctor during these […] Read

Internet Use on Mental Well-Being (Surprising!)

In today’s digital age, it’s easy to assume that spending too much time online can have a negative impact on our mental health. After all, watching your grandkids scroll for hours on end or play endless rounds of video games sure seems like a quick way to rot anyone’s brain. Right? Well, a groundbreaking new […] Read

The Painful Truth: 1 in 3 Americans TRAPPED in Pain? (But There's Hope!)

Well, folks, I have some disheartening news. A jaw-dropping new poll has found that nearly a third of Americans are living in a constant state of pain. You read that right—3 in 10 of us can’t remember the last time we had a day without some kind of ache or discomfort. It’s like we’re all […] Read

Aging Clocks: The Key to Unraveling the Mysteries of Growing Older?

For centuries, humanity has sought to understand the complex process of aging. What causes our bodies to change and decline over time? Is it a predetermined destiny, encoded in our genes from birth? Or is it simply the result of wear and tear, the inevitable consequence of living life? Now, a groundbreaking study published in […] Read

What EVERY Senior Should Know About Bladder Cancer

As we age, bladder problems can become an all-too-common concern. From frequent urges to urinate to discomfort and pain, these issues can take a toll on our quality of life. But for some seniors, these symptoms may be a sign of something more serious: bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is a silent threat that often goes […] Read

New Hope in the Fight Against Cancer?

In the ongoing battle against cancer, it sometimes feels like we’re taking one step forward and two steps back. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation—the mainstream treatments that have been the backbone of cancer care for decades—often do more harm than good, leaving patients weakened, sick, and struggling to maintain their quality of life. It’s a far […] Read

Kitchen Staple Protects Your Brain Health

Watching a parent or loved one struggle with dementia is a heartbreaking experience. The confusion, the memory loss, the gradual decline in their ability to perform everyday tasks—it’s a painful reminder of the fragility of our minds as we age. Perhaps you’ve witnessed your once vibrant mother forgetting the names of her grandchildren, or your […] Read

Are you taking one of these 9 “memory erasing” prescriptions?

You may think your memory loss is just a sign of getting older, but one of these 9 drugs could actually be damaging your brain…

These 9 prescription drugs have now been linked to Alzheimer’s disease diagnoses.

If you’re over the age of 60, and you’re taking even 1 of these 9 drugs, your brain could be at risk.

Click here to learn more.


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