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  • Meditate for Lasting Brain Change

    A number of previous studies have suggested that meditation training improves practitioners’ emotional regulation. While neuroimaging studies have found that meditation...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 12, 2013
  • The Real Fountain of Youth

    My 40th birthday, which took place a few years ago, was a pretty significant turning point for me, as it is...

    Ron HarrisJuly 9, 2013
  • Anti-Aging Mineral

    Telomres, according to an article in the August ’12 Whole Health Insider, are the end-caps on chromosomes that prevent the chromosomes’...

    Steve HolmanJune 27, 2013
  • The Zinc Link

    A number of studies have established that zinc is essential to protect against oxidative stress and help repair DNA damage. In someone...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDApril 8, 2013
  • Magnesium and Mortality

    Data from a long-term study of nearly 60,000 people suggest that increasing the amount of magnesium in the diet could cut...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDFebruary 24, 2013
  • The Sugar-Cancer Connection

    Lately researchers have made a lot of connections between sugar and cancer. Insulin surges and sugar consumption have been linked to...

    Steve HolmanFebruary 21, 2013
  • Vitamin A May Reduce Skin Cancer Risk

    Previous laboratory studies suggest that increased consumption of vitamin A and carotenoids helps protect against melanoma. Maryam Asgari and colleagues of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDFebruary 21, 2013
  • Physical Activity Essential to Prolong Life

    Reporting that the global mortality burden of physical inactivity stands at more than 5.3 million deaths annually and is similar to...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 31, 2013
  • Jog to Live Longer

    For more than three decades, jogging has been a popular exercise, but some are now debating the potential risks of this...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 20, 2013
  • Red Wine Compounds Aid Gut Health

    Prebiotic compounds are nondigestible substances with a beneficial physiological effect, selectively stimulating the favorable activity of beneficial bacteria within the gastrointestinal...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDNovember 29, 2012
  • A Revolutionary Study

    We would like to share a study that can only be described as “revolutionary” in its impact for senior citizens. The...

    Iron Man MagazineNovember 28, 2012
  • What You Need to Know About Magnesium and Mortality

    Data from a long-term study of nearly 60,000 people suggest that increasing the amount of magnesium in the diet could cut...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDNovember 20, 2012
  • Sadness: The Road to Recovery

    No question that depression is rampant in America. Antidepressants are the number-one prescription drug in this country for adults under age...

    Steve HolmanOctober 7, 2012
  • Insulin Intel

    Mental maladies, such as dementia, are becoming more and more prevalent in older people. One reason could be too many processed...

    Steve HolmanOctober 2, 2012
  • Joints and Achy Runoff

    When knees are aching, many people stay off their feet for relief—but that may be the opposite of what you need....

    Butch LebowitzSeptember 28, 2012