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Life Extension Magazine

January 2004

Can Aging Be Slowed?

Life Extension has discovered a unified approach to block destructive processes that cause premature aging. In a landmark article titled “Pathways of Aging”, elaborate findings are presented that identify how interrelated mechanisms cause humans to grow old too fast. Those seeking an extended life span can follow simple steps to protect against premature aging and degenerative disease.


Melatonin and Cancer Treatment

Melatonin has been found to have important benefits for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Read this late-breaking report on how melatonin can improve immune status and prolong survival.

Natural Solutions for Female Incontinence

Over 8 million women in the US suffer from the persistent problem of urinary incontinence. Medication and surgery are not always effective. Now a new herbal blend based on traditional Chinese medicine promises relief.

The Hidden Dangers of Male Osteoporosis

Once thought of as a “woman’s disease,” osteoporosis affects more than 2 million American men. Here are the steps you can take to work with your doctor to avoid this crippling disease.

New Promise For Cancer Treatment and Prevention

Newly published research confirms that nutrients such as green tea polyphenols, resveratrol, and indole-3-carbinol are potent cancer inhibitors and may be valuable in cancer prevention and treatment.


As We See It

The medical establishment has acknowledged the dangers of high blood sugar, but new research suggests that currently accepted “normal” glucose levels may seriously endanger one’s health.

In The News

Folate counters depression tied to high homocysteine; DHA inhibits melanoma cell growth in lab test; antioxidants offset alcohol’s brain cell damage; resveratrol extends cell survival and life span; gingko biloba may slow glaucoma’s progression; Western diet may increase prostate cancer risk; phytoestrogens shown to lessen endometrial cancer risk; new studies support silicon’s role in bone formation.

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