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RAAD Fest: Anticipation

By jyoung / 2016-08-12

We’re about to begin… The excitement in the room is palpable!   This is not your run-of-the-mill science symposium…

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RAAD Fest: Arrival

By jyoung / 2016-08-11

RAAD Fest: Over 900 people from over 30 countries coming together to celebrate being part of the first immortal generation! Revolution Against Aging and Death

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Reporting from RAAD Fest this weekend

By jyoung / 2016-08-02

RAAD Fest is happening Aug 4-7, and I plan to be reporting as much and as “live” as I can. Twitter: @2getyoung Email new-join@getyoung.club to subscribe to updates.  You can unsubscribe at any time.

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Telomeres Lengthened in Human Study

By jyoung / 2016-04-12

At last, a “gold standard” study showing Telomere Lengthening in Humans! Full text of the study is here. Dr Ed. Park summarizes the results: At last, we have a well-designed study showing TA-65 lengthens telomeres in human subjects. Salvador et al (Rejuvenation Research.2016 Mar 30] This was a double-blinded (patients and researchers not aware what […]

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Raising Growth Hormone – notes

By jyoung / 2016-03-18

Photo: Brad Pilon, author of Eat Stop Eat, a book advocating Intermittent Fasting I recently learned from Dr. Erika Thost that HGH supplementation has become extremely expensive and difficult (political?). I offered to document alternative strategies I’ve encountered, so this post is a work in progress documenting those alternatives: L-Arginine (and some other amino acids) […]

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Oxytocin helps muscle regeneration

By jyoung / 2016-03-08

UC Berkeley researchers have discovered that oxytocin — a hormone associated with maternal nurturing, social attachments, childbirth and sex — is indispensable for healthy muscle maintenance and repair, and that in mice it declines with age.   The healthy muscle tissue on the left is from a young mouse. The ability of muscle to repair itself decreases […]

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Viva Bioviva Sciences!

By jyoung / 2016-02-04

BioViva Science has boldly done what needed doing: they’ve asserted our basic human right to make voluntary, non-violent use of currently available technology to intervene in the aging process! Their CEO, Liz Parrish, is the first human ever to receive gene therapy to insert the gene for Telomerase into her living cells.  The hope is […]

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Bio-identical Hormones

By jyoung / 2016-01-20

What is a Bio-identical Hormone? What happens with hormone levels as we age, and how does that affect our health? Does Progesterone protect against Breast Cancer? Does Testosterone protect against Alzheimer’s Disease?

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