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  • It’s Never Too Late to Start Training

    Numerous have reported that regular physical activity is associated with improved overall health, and midlife exercise is a key anti-aging component....

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 25, 2014
  • Junk Food May Compromise Brain Function

    Many studies have suggested that routinely eating fat- or sugar-laden foods will have harmful effects. Margaret J. Morris and colleagues, of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 19, 2014
  • Spearmint and Rosemary Battle Against Alzheimer’s

    Oxidative damage is considered one of the hallmarks of the aging process, with a number of previous studies demonstrating that it...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJuly 17, 2014
  • Resistance Training Protects Against Heart Disease

    Exercise has the potential to protect against heart disease in a variety of ways. Christian K. Roberts, from the University of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJune 10, 2014
  • Berry Compound Linked to Longevity

    Polyphenols are a type of antioxidant that is found abundantly in blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. Cristina Andres-Lacueva, from the University of...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJune 8, 2014
  • Breakthrough Skin Tightening Cream

    Summer is here - get fit and firm with NeriumFirm! Say good bye to stubborn flab, dimpling and stretch marks!

    Iron Man MagazineJune 5, 2014
  • Green Spaces Help Fight Aging

    A number of previous studies have reported that neighborhood parks and gardens encourage good mental health. Thomas Astell-Burt, from the University...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDApril 28, 2014
  • Aging with Muscle

    I often recommend phosphatidylserine to bodybuilders, especially aging ones. Studies have shown that this soy lipid helps control the body’s output...

    Iron Man MagazineApril 20, 2014
  • A Bodybuilding Portfolio

    When you were just a little guy or gal, your idea of a good investment might have been spending your whole...

    Iron Man MagazineApril 19, 2014
  • Watermelon and Muscles

    l-citrulline, an amino acid shown in previous studies to reduce muscle soreness, is found abundantly in watermelons, as well as certain...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 26, 2014
  • Exercise Reorganizes the Brain

    There has been a discrepancy in research related to the effect of exercise on the brain—namely, that exercise reduces anxiety while...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 23, 2014
  • Is Anti-Aging Research One Big Lie?

    The latest research on eggs—the whole egg, not just the white—shows that they do not raise cholesterol levels and can actually...

    Steve HolmanJanuary 20, 2014
  • Take Charge

    Clarence “Ripped” Bass’ new book, Take Charge—Fitness at the Edge of Science, is mostly a collection and analysis of recent exercise...

    Steve HolmanDecember 15, 2013
  • Testosterone Raises Insulin Sensitivity

    Giving testosterone to men with type 2 diabetes who are deficient in the hormone improved their insulin sensitivity, report researchers from...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDDecember 8, 2013
  • Isolation and Loneliness Raise Death Risk

    While a number of studies have suggested that both social isolation and loneliness are associated with increased risk of death, evidence...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDNovember 11, 2013