As We See It
If it were not for Ray Kurzweil's impressive credentials, the media would have disregarded his predictions about indefinite human life spans in the future. Read what today's forward thinkers are saying about this prospect.
Unique anthocyanins found in tart cherries impart powerful pain relief and protect against neuro-degenerative diseases. Together with antioxidative potential in fighting cancer, tart cherries may indeed be the ultimate super food.
In The News
Anthocyanins fight colon cancer; calcium and vitamin D reduce breast cancer; curcumin improves exercise performance; vitamin E prevents fatal blood clots; vitamin D cuts premature death risk; and more.
Amy Silverstein's life was suddenly and dramatically changed forever by a heart transplant at the tender age of 25. Her new book, Sick Girl, is a brutally honest documentary of her journey through the medical system.
Rhodiola has been found to provide broad-spectrum protection from a range of daily stressors. This versatile herb is now gaining recognition for enhancing the nervous system and boosting physical endurance.
As one of the world's most visionary gerontologists, Dr. Aubrey de Grey's new book, Ending Aging, establishes a cogent, science-based argument for new methods to indefinitely extend our life span.