The Mysteriously Long Lives of Male Holocaust Survivors

holocaustLast week, a study appeared in PLoS ONE, the peer-reviewed journal published by the Public Library of Science, that drew attention in Israel but made barely a ripple here: That men who’d survived the Holocaust lived longer — significantly longer — than their peers who’d never been under Nazi oppression. Continue reading

Baby Boomers: Not the ‘Healthiest Generation’

Every generation likes to think it’s healthier than the one that came before, but baby boomers can’t make that claim.

In a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers found that a sample of the baby boom generation, the 78 million Americans who were born in the post-war birth explosion from 1946 to 1964, were less healthy than Continue reading

America most Overmedicated Country

overmedicatedLet me get the bad news out of the way first. America is the single-most overmedicated country on the face of the planet — and it’s not even a close contest.

Right now, Continue reading

What Country Tops the List of Healthiest Countries?

Story at-a-glance

  • Japan      ranked highest in the world for both female and male life expectancy
  • The      United States spends $2.7 trillion annually — TWICE the amount per person      as most other industrialized nations – Continue reading

East Asian Mushroom Doubles Life Expectancy of Cancer Patients

There’s hope for liver cancer patients. And it doesn’t come in the form of toxic chemicals or invasive surgery…which kill you before the cancer does.

This remedy is an all-natural compound. It boosts the immune system and can double your survival rate after surgery. And if you don’t have liver cancer, it can keep you from getting it.

Telemedicine, East Asian Mushroom, Life Expectancy, cancer patients,Dr. Suwanna Cowawintaweewat is a molecular researcher at Thammasat University in Thailand. She has a PhD in biomedical sciences.

Dr. Cowawintaweewat recently studied the impact of the compound on advanced liver cancer. The results appeared in the Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology.

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