We approach health and human wellness with vigorous curiosity from the vantage point of cutting edge science and technology.

How Does Exercise Support Health Later in Life?
Chiara Townley · Shared Content
18 July 2019 · 3 min read
Published on medicalnewstoday.com
Insufficient physical activity causes around 3.2 million deaths worldwide each year, according to the World Health Organization.
Do you have annuity with your immunity?
Lynda Bateman · Original Content
15 July 2019 · 7 min read
Take this Immunity Test to check you are doing everything you can to keep your immune system strong.
Why NAD+ Declines during Aging: It’s Destroyed
Michael B. Schultz, David A. Sinclair · Shared Content
12 July 2019 · 6 min read
Published on sciencedirect.com
NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a coenzyme existing in all cells but latest research is proving NAD+ declines during the aging process to nil in our very late years.
Rogue immune cells can infiltrate old brains
Laura Sanders · Shared Content
9 July 2019 · 2 min read
Published on sciencenews.org
what is the significance of T cells entering the brain as we age and why, after all the years in our bodies protecting us, are they suddenly acting against us?
The Science of Natural Sleep
Lynda Bateman · Original Content
4 July 2019 · 5 min read
Have you been getting a good night’s sleep? If the answer is meh, then chances are you’re not paying attention to what you’re doing during the day.
Health-Promoting Properties of Common Herbs
Winston J Craig · Shared Content
26 June 2019 · 26 min read
Published on academic.oup.com
Research interest has focused on various herbs that possess hypolipidemic, antiplatelet, antitumor, or immune-stimulating properties that may be useful adjuncts in helping reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Bears That Eat ‘Junk Food’ May Hibernate Less and Age Faster
Susan Milius · Shared Content
25 June 2019 · 3 min read
Published on sciencenews.org
Among bears in the study, those that hibernated for shorter periods had telomeres that shortened more quickly than those of other bears, suggesting the animals were aging faster, the team found.
Can We Put the Brakes on Aging?
Lynda Bateman · Original Content
24 June 2019 · 7 min read
There is no dispute that death is inevitable. There is, however, currently a vehement disagreement in the circles of science which study human longevity. The dispute? That there might be no natural limit to how long humans can live.
There’s No Limit to Longevity, Says Study That Revives Human Lifespan Debate
Elie Dolgin · Shared Content
17 June 2019 · 6 min read
Published on nature.com
A recent study in Italy has found mortality rates level off at around the age of 105 years. Although, they certainly spike prior to becoming a Centenarian, research shows remarkably that the human body can “settle in” to its aging form.
Human Brains Make New Nerve Cells — and Lots of Them — Well Into Old Age
Laurel Hamers · Shared Content
13 June 2019
Published on sciencenews.org
Healthy people in their 70s have just as many young nerve cells, or neurons, in a memory-related part of the brain as do teenagers and young adults, researchers report in the April 5, Cell Stem Cell.
5 Things Dad’s With Endless Energy Do Everyday
Lynda Bateman · Original Content
12 June 2019 · 6 min read
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16 and the best thing Dad can do for his family this year, is take care of himself. Here’s a quick How-To, to help Dad turn around his fading energy levels and be Super Dad again!
How Two Friends Immersed Themselves in Medical Research to Transform Their Lives
Annabel Streets and Susan Saunders · Shared Content
10 June 2019 · 12 min read
Published on smh.com.au
The Four Corner Stones for Healthy Aging is a new project by two Australian Authors, Annabel Streets and Susan Saunders who have expanded their popular Age-Well Project blog into a book.