The body has several different cell types. However, the adult stem cell proves to contain a great potential. The undeveloped cells play major roles in the body when needed. The cells are responsible for repairing various body tissues and organs by proliferating into different specialized cells. The vital role that the cells play ensures that wounds and scars are healed, injured bones and cartilages are repaired, and the muscle wear and tears are repaired. The unique ability of the stem cells to renew and use the cells that are present in the body makes it an important subject in the science of regenerative medicine. The science behind adult stem cells has resulted in manufacture of the Stem Cell Worx, an important discovery that tries to demonstrate the regenerative potential of the body.
A higher NAD+/NADH ratio is strongly correlated with an increase in average lifespan (up to 40% in mammals), an up to 55% decrease in cancer incidence, protection against Type II diabetes, and a reduction in cardiovascular diseases, atherosclerosis, and autoimmune diseases.
The unique ability of the stem cells to renew and use the cells that are present in the body makes it an important subject in the science of regenerative medicine. The science behind adult stem cells has resulted in manufacture of the Stem Cell Worx, an important discovery that tries to demonstrate the regenerative potential of the body.
A new discovery has refined scientists' notion that the brain did its own recycling of waste and cleaning day and night. It showed that discharge of beta-amyloid (Ab) is extremely inadequate and deficient in seniors and that the centenarians' brains are full of these waste products. It's crucial to do something about brain waste disposal if you plan to live healthily for over 100 years.
Professor Richard of the University of California has practiced oncology for over 30 years; he has an MD and JD. Recently interviewed, he graciously said that many years ago, humans had very dark skin abundant in melanocytes, which shield them against the UV radiation of the sun that can cause skin cancer; therefore, they did not get skin cancer for over 100,000 years of living naked in the savannas of Africa.
Old age is known to come with a lot of health challenges that may at times bring frustration to an individual. At this stage, the body is in the process of weakening, diseases are never far away, and simple things that one used to take for granted earlier suddenly become very important. For many old people, seeing, hearing, chewing, or moving around isn’t easy, and may at times involve pain. But does it have to be this way? The answer is an emphatic “No”.
Here in Northern California we recently experienced a lovely and long-overdue dousing of rain. In a similar vein, believing that they are in the fall of their fertility, many people who wait until their early 40s to conceive become easily influenced by the frequently espoused statistics of the medical establishment. The statistics warn that egg quality after age 35 irreversibly and rapidly plummets. Because of concern about failing fertility, hopeful feeling-pinched-for-time parents-to-be tend to move fairly quickly into more advanced reproductive technologies, often trying to conceive by attempting only a few cycles of simple intrauterine insemination and then turning to more invasive and expensive in vitro fertilization treatments.
From the first-time humans evolved enough to be aware of the imminence of old age, ideas on how to keep senescence at bay have attracted a lot of our attention. Everybody wants to live a longer and fulfilling life without pain or disease. And because of this, organizations and governments are directing lots of funds into life extension researches. One molecule that scholars worldwide have put a lot of focus is the pineal peptide.