Monthly Archives: July 2011

Age-related cognitive decline: focus on interventions

In previous blog entries and in my longevity treatise, I have discussed factors involved in age-related decline in memory and cognitive functioning.  This blog entry is concerned with research findings that suggest practical approaches to slowing or possibly reversing such … Continue reading

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Health and longevity benefits of plant polyphenols – focus grape seed extract

As the productivity of conventional drug discovery methods declines, there is a growing interest in the use of natural dietary substances for the prevention and treatment of multiple disease conditions.  In previous blog entries I have discussed a number of … Continue reading

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Observations on Lyme Disease

“Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne illness in the United States and is also endemic in Europe and Asia(ref).”   Recently, a close member of my family contracted an acute case of Lyme Disease (LD), leading me to review the … Continue reading

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Aging as a genomic-epigenomic dance

By Vince Giuliano Much of what we observe in aging appears to come about through accumulated genomic damage, or through aging-related epigenomic mechanisms. This blog entry explores the relationship of genomics to epigenomics with respect to diseases and aging. Some … Continue reading

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