A tickle a day to keep aging away. Research suggests that “tickling” the ear with a small electrical current might rebalance the autonomic nervous system, which controls many of our body’s functions and breaks down over time. (University of Leeds)
Ditch stress, keep your bones. In a recent study, post-menopausal women who reported high levels of stress and low social support were more likely than their more carefree counterparts to develop brittle, fracture-prone bones. (Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health)
Why wait until your 60s to live out your retirement dreams? Members of Asia’s pro-aging movement are reimagining aging as a biological and mental mindset rather than a chronological construct — and embracing a more leisurely lifestyle as early as their 40s. (Quartz)
A PET scan could predict Alzheimer’s before you develop symptoms,but experts worry that the downsides of the test might outweigh the risks. One big concern: the overprescribing of expensive yet only modestly effective medications. (The New York Times)
How Roxanne Vogel climbed Everest faster than anyone before her. Using HVMN.
Deuterium Water from Russia. Take a look and ask yourself: are you sold on it?
Amazed? Terrified? Take a look.
Put a few cells away for when you need them? A new slant on anti-aging.
Salt from water via Solar here.
Why we made the Ultrastream remove trihalomethanes. Fact Sheet.
One man’s self-rescue from Diabetes.
Coffee as a Culturally Accepted Drug. Why? Anger supression.
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The failure of money.. and an Italian future money idea. A brilliant newsletter on today's economics.
Award Winning Motivational article that's really different here
Can an app on your phone guarantee a good meditation? here