Connect
To Top
  • Sunscreen, Alzheimer’s and Aspirin

    A worldwide project called Neuro-Nano is exploring the role of human-engineered nanoparticles found in sunscreen and as an additive in some diesel...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDMarch 17, 2010
  • The Mediterranean Diet

    The Mediterranean diet consists of vegetables, legumes, fruits, nuts, whole grains, fish, moderate alcohol, a high ratio of monounsaturated fats to...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDDecember 26, 2009
  • Juice Prevents Clogged Arteries

    The University of Montpellier research team says the juice’s benefits come from its high levels of phenols, which are antioxidants. Antioxidants...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDDecember 14, 2009
  • Antioxidants Against Skin Damage

    The study sample may be small, but according to David McDaniel, M.D., director of the Institute of Anti-Aging Research in Virginia...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDDecember 11, 2009
  • Research on the Benefits of Prayer

    “Some of the greatest scientific achievements have come from those who step outside of the box, and I believe that is...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDOctober 6, 2009
  • Living Forever: Is It Possible?

    A growing number of maverick scientists, doctors, researchers, biogeneticists and nanotechnologists—many with impeccable academic credentials—insist that the war against aging can...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDSeptember 24, 2009
  • MIND/BODY Longevity

    According to the November ’08 Prevention, “In the 20th century, the average life expectancy shot up 30 years—the greatest gain in...

    Becky HolmanSeptember 21, 2009
  • Learning Can Keep New Brain Cells Alive

    If the animals are cognitively challenged, the cells will linger. If not, they will fade away.

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDSeptember 18, 2009
  • Alcohol May Help Seniors Avoid Disability

    New research suggests that light-to-moderate alcohol consumption may help to stave off the development of physical disabilities.

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 14, 2009
  • Laziness May Be Genetic

    The findings suggest that motivation and drive to stay active are programmed in the brain.

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJune 29, 2009
  • Aging and Overeating

    The cells that control a person’s appetite in the brain degenerate over time, it has been discovered.

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDApril 21, 2009
  • Men Unhappy With Their Bodies

    According to the BBC, leading British expert on eating disorders John Morgan, M.D., says that one man in five is “deeply...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDApril 3, 2009
  • How to Live to 100

    An article in the October ’08 issue of Bottom Line Health summarized the findings of John Robbins, who studies healthful lifestyle...

    Becky HolmanMarch 19, 2009
  • IGF-1: Killer or Savior?

    Numerous studies show that maintaining an optimal count of IGF-1 forestalls many of the typical signs of aging.

    Jerry BrainumJanuary 4, 2009
  • GH Surge

    What is it about resistance exercise that triggers muscle growth? What we and others have found in the lab is that...

    Jacob M. Wilson CSCS and Gabriel J. Wilson MS CSCSSeptember 28, 2008