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Will You Ever Be Able to Upload Your Brain? 

In recent times it has become appealing to believe that your dead brain might be preserved sufficiently by freezing so that some future civilization could bring your mind back to life.  842 more words
Think Tank

New scientific evidence that intermittent fasting has health benefits

by Charles Q. Choi

Instead of eating three square meals a day, an eating schedule that involves “intermittent fasting” could help fight not just obesity but many related diseases of modern life, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s, researchers say. 524 more words

Alzheimer's Disease

GAME OVER: GMO science fraud shattered by stunning investigative book worthy of Nobel Prize - Altered Genes, Twisted Truth

Friday, March 06, 2015
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Natural News

(NaturalNews) The science fraud game is over for the biotech mafia. After years of running its corporate con that pushed dangerous poisons into the food supply and the fragile environment, the biotech industry’s lies are now exposed and meticulously deconstructed in an exhaustively researched new book launching March 20. 1,791 more words


When You Eat Each Day Important to Weight Loss - Wall Street Journal

The human body is an amazing system in real life and especially when it comes to digestion.

The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that when… 434 more words


On/Off Switch for Aging Cells Discovered

I wonder if primatologist has read this yet. Before the era of fairy tales, superstition and nonstop Global panic — back in the milk & honey days of late 20th century–he was our Matt Drudge of science news, kept everybody up on the latest life extension research. 459 more words

Science & Technology

We may be one step closer to a cure for jet lag

No amount of pamperingpillow-fluffing, or photon-showering on airplanes has yet saved corporate jet-setters and global adventurists from the pain of jet lag. But  281 more words

Analysis of African plant reveals possible treatment for aging brain

Salk scientists find that a plant used for centuries by healers of São Tomé e Príncipe holds lessons for modern medicine

August 01, 2014

LA JOLLA—For hundreds of years, healers in São Tomé e Príncipe—an island off the western coast of Africa—have prescribed cata-manginga leaves and bark to their patients. 878 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs