How Chronic Insomnia Destroys Skin Health
While a single night of poor sleep can make you look a decade older, chronic insomnia’s long-term impact is more than cosmetic. It gradually destroys skin tissue and may cause dermatitis, eczema, and other skin conditions. The good news is there are clinically validated natural interventions that both combat insomnia and restore skin health.
Novel Method to Reverse Age-Related Skin Imperfections
The dermatological procedure known as microdermabrasion ranks among the most popular ways to restore aging skin in the US today. Unfortunately, it’s both expensive and poses some health risks. A novel exfoliant that harnesses the unique properties of amber crystals has been identifi ed as an effective, affordable, safe alternative.
The Emperor Has No Clothes… Quality Lapses at Big Pharma Unveiled
Egregious manufacturing errors by the world’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturers are being routinely uncovered, yet the public remains largely unaware. Consumers meanwhile are being misled by baseless attacks against compounding pharmacies. Discover the shocking truth about serious quality control lapses at Big Pharma.
University of California Researchers Restore Immune Function in Aging Human Cells
In a landmark study, University of California researchers reversed functional declines in immune cells taken from humans 65 years and older using an analog of the infamous drug thalidomide. Find out how very low doses of this drug may someday reverse the decline in immune function that accompanies normal aging.
Innovative Strategy for Combating Immunosenescence
The aging of the immune system—termed immunosenescence—increases risk of cancer and infectious illnesses like pneumonia. Cancer patients are especially hard hit with immune suppression caused from the various toxic therapies. Find out what some cancer patients are using to shore up their compromised immune systems.