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Sep 8, 2022

Polio has resurfaced in the United States, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we need to fear an outbreak that rivals coronavirus. In fact, it was probably very expected result to find traces of the polio virus in New York’s sewage and could possibly be a good thing if you know a thing or two about vaccines....


Sep 6, 2022

If you take the stairs to increase your life span, you very well may end up spending all those extra years climbing stairs. Whether that’s your definition of quality of life or not, new data shows that lifespans are shortening – only that’s not exactly new or shocking news. Obesity has been a contributing factor...


Aug 8, 2022

We don’t always get everything right; even smart people don’t really understand the finer points of studies in their field. Take this article by Sam Westreich, a microbiome scientist with a doctorate in genetics who just happened to get everything wrong regarding the Hayflick Limit… and Dr. Hayflick is calling him...


Jul 29, 2022

350,000-400,000 people are born every day on average, and in the span of 100 years, the Earth’s population has grown from 2 billion to 8 billion. Covid and all its variants have renewed discussions about global population and the effect it has on our health. If you’ve been watching the news you’ve noticed that


Jul 27, 2022

Is it possible to define the end of life as we know it? The end of life is usually signaled by a period of decreasing mobility and appetite which can range anywhere from a couple of weeks to a few years. Ideally, most of us would not care to spend our final years bedridden and being cared for around the clock. Jack...