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For Men, Sex Twice a Week Slashes Risk of Heart Disease

Data from the Massachusetts Male Aging Study (US) suggests that men who have sex at least two times a week may cut their risks of heart disease by 50%. New England Research Institute (Massachusetts, USA) researchers studied the role of sexual activity on cardiovascular disease (CVD).  Studying data from men … Continue reading

New Study: Daily Walk Can Add 7 Years to Your Life

If you want to add seven years to your lifespan, set aside 20 to 25 minutes for a daily walk. This simple habit, which can also arguably be one of the most enjoyable parts of your day, has been found to trigger an anti-aging process and even help repair old … Continue reading

Metformin Reduces the Incidence of Open Angle Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world.1 A medical group submitted a report to Life Extension Magazine® that provides persuasive data that the AMPK-activating drug metformin may be of significant benefit in protecting the eyes against the threat of blindness from open angle glaucoma. This report … Continue reading

Moderate Drinking May Slow Decline of ‘Good’ Cholesterol

Drinking up to two alcoholic beverages daily may slow the decline of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol Consumption of up to two alcoholic beverages a day may slow the decline of “good” high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. New research says that moderate intake of alcohol might benefit HDL levels. However, the data suggests … Continue reading

Exercise May Improve Male Fertility

Infertility is recognized as a disease by the World Health Organization (WHO), American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).1 Defined as the inability to conceive a child after one year of unprotected sex, infertility affects approximately 1 out of every 8 couples.2 … Continue reading

Runners’ brains show greater connections

A new study has found that runners’ brains, compared to non-runners, show greater connections. What does this mean exactly? The researchers found that runners had greater functional connectivity compared to those who lived more sedentary lives. The researchers compared brain scans of cross country runners to scans of young adults … Continue reading

How Technology Will Reverse Disease and Add Decades to Life Expectancy

The technology industry has entered the medical arena and changes are occurring rapidly. Many big medical companies and doctors withhold data in attempt to protect their own domain and this has caused a serious stagnation in medical discoveries and developments over the past century. Fortunately, all that is changing thanks … Continue reading

Developing a Strong Grip Is One Secret to Getting Stronger Overall

Grip strength is an often overlooked and underappreciated aspect of strength training. After all, you use your grip for things like picking up and holding weights to supporting your bodyweight. If you can’t grip, you’ll have a hard time lifting, even if your other muscles are up for the task. … Continue reading

AHA: Healthy Lifestyle Eases Heart Impact of High Genetic Risk

Genes by themselves do not destine patients to coronary artery disease (CAD), a study reported, showing that a high genetic risk may be controlled with healthy lifestyle choices. Patients at the top quintile of polygenic scores (indicating the highest genetic risk) had double the events as did their peers at … Continue reading

Green Tea May Reduce Men’s Cancer Risk

Supplements of green tea extract may reduce prostate cancer risk, among men with lesions or neoplasia. Green tea (Camelia sinensis) is an abundant source of antioxidants – notably, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Previous studies have suggested that supplements of green tea extract may confer a variety of cardiovascular and cancer protective … Continue reading

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