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The Fountain of Youth?-12/19/11

(Men's Fitness) Scientists have discovered the simple way to activate CREB1, the longevity molecule, in the brain - ...

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Discovery Could Lead Memory-Enhancing Pill Out of Realm of Science Fiction - By Hilary Roberts, Postmedia News -12/18/11

(Vancouversun.com) by Hilary Roberts, Postmedia News You're over the hill and — along with everything else — your memory is slipping. Your doctor gives you a pill and, suddenly, you can remember your high school locker combination. Science ficti...

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U.S. Heart Health: Lots of Room for Improvement-12/14/11

(WebMD Health News) - New Report: Heart Disease Deaths Down, but Obesity, Inactivity Threaten Progress - by ...

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More Arguments for Programmed Aging-12/8/11

(FightAging.org) - Posted by Reason A viewpoint from Vladimir Skulachev, whose research group works on mitochondrially targeted antioxidant compounds: "'It is recognized that in exceptional circumstances the possibility exists for selection to favor li...

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More good news about coffee-11/27/11

(washingtonpost.com) - by Jennifer LaRue Huget - If you're enjoying your Monday morning cup of coffee, take a moment to appreciate it for its deliciousness and the good it may be doing your body. As I wrote in the “...

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A fluorescent test for antioxidant drugs-11/24/11

(KurzweilAI.net) - A study by UC San Diego School of Medicine, with colleagues in Australia, to visualize accumulation of oxidized LDL in genetically modified zebrafish could lead to a rapid test for the potential effectiveness of new antioxidant and die...

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Traffic pollution may be linked to diabetes risk-11/22/11

(Reuters Health) by Lindsey Konkel - People who live in areas with high levels of traffic-related air pollution may face a slightly increased risk of developing diabetes, Danish researchers conclude in a new study. They found that people living in urba...

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Miracle Pill for Obese Monkeys (video)-11/21/11

(Singularityhub.com) by Peter Murray - Do we finally have a miracle weight loss drug? I mean, for real this time? The data seems to support such a claim, at least for overweight monkeys that simply can't drop those extra pounds no matter what they try. Af...

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BPA from soup cans shows up in urine-11/21/11

(washingtonpost.com) - BPA from soup cans shows up in urine - by Jennifer LaRue HugetIn one of the first studies to measure levels of bisphenol A (BPA) in humans after they’...

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Healthcare Cuts, Just Delaying the Pain?-11/20/11

(Reuters) by David Morgan - The breakdown of deficit talks in Congress will exact little pain on the U.S. healthcare industry, but it's a temporary reprieve from steeper cuts that could be put back on the table in 2013. The failure of the congressional...

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