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Life Extension Magazine

October 2003


Natural Help for Arthritis Sufferers

Initially, the arrival of COX-2 inhibitors such as Celebrex® and Vioxx® was heralded as a new era in arthritis pain management; however, the latest research shows these drugs can interfere with the body’s natural system of regulating inflammation. Discover new approaches that combine recent pharmacological advances with ancient herbal remedies.

Andropause - The Male Menopause

While the causes and symptoms of menopause are well known-a growing number of medical experts believe that men in their 40s and 50s experience their own hormonally influenced change of life – andropause. Find out how diet, exercise, and maintaining optimal testosterone levels can help.

How Laboratory Test Analysis Alters the Course of Life

Today’s scientific breakthroughs and unprecedented medical resources are rarely delivered in a timely fashion to the patient’s bedside. Learn how patients and physicians alike can employ the basic concepts and principles of laboratory testing to prevent illness, diagnose disease earlier and achieve better treatment outcomes.



Profile: Mike Caruso

Mike Caruso’s good health and youthful appearance reflect his commitment to life-extending nutrients and supplements. When the FDA and the drug industry threaten legislation to deny access to these products, Caruso turns into a one-man lobbying campaign devoted to defending Americans’ health freedom.

As We See It

As We See It

Ignorance, confusion and an unholy alliance with the pharmaceutical industry are behind the Rev. Jerry Falwell’s attacks on the Life Extension Foundation.

In The News

Cancer patient advocates sue FDA over drug access; vitamin A offers radiation treatment protection; aspirin is as effective as ticlopidine is preventing stroke; family history remains strongest risk factor for prostate cancer; vitamin C in orange juice reduces inflammation markers; soy shown to have vascular benefits; vegetarians may be at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency.

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