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Health@Google: "The Genetic Revolution and Predictive Medicine" with Dr. Brandon Colby – Video

Posted: December 31, 2011 at 10:13 am


We stand at the forefront of the Genetic Revolution, which now allows us to personalize products and services to our genes.

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Medical Renaissance: The Secret Code Trailer – Video

Posted: at 10:13 am


Conventional medicine has failed them.

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TheSHOOT! – Inside Nutrition – Kyle Kingsbury – Video

Posted: December 30, 2011 at 10:35 am


Kyle Kingsbury talks nutrition insiders on TheSHOOT!

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Zumba Fitness – E3 2010: Dancing Woman Debut Trailer | HD – Video

Posted: at 10:35 am


The E3 announcement trailer for Zumba Fitness, a workout game with Kinect and PlayStation Move support. PRE-ORDER: Zumba Fitness NOW: http://www.amazon.de Zumba Fitness - E3 2010: Dancing Woman Debut Trailer | HD Developer: Pipeworks Software Release Date: Nov 18, 2010 Genre: Party, Sports Platform: Xbox 360, PS3 Publisher: Majesco Entertainment Website: http://www.Zumba.com FOLLOW XboxViewTV on Twitter http://www.Twitter.com

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Health Future Vision – Video

Posted: at 10:35 am


Explore how technology improves healthcare by providing seamless connections across providers and equipping patients with the control they need for a more personalized care experience. (Release: 2007)

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How Much Protein? Fitness Nutrition – Video

Posted: December 27, 2011 at 11:05 pm


Dr. Perry teaches how to determine optimum amounts of protein for gaining lean muscle and buring bodyfat. How much is enough

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Alternative Medicines for Common Ailments : How to Clean Your Colon Using Herbs – Video

Posted: at 11:04 pm


http://www.CleanseWithEase.com Cleaning the colon with herbs is done by taking cilium husks, available at a local health food store, and drinking lots of water. Use cilium husks to scrape the colon clean of debris with advice from a chiropractor in thisfree video on alternative medicine.

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Calm Test Anxiety, Relaxation Breathing Technique by AOMA Graduate School Austin – Video

Posted: at 3:55 pm


Please visit our website: http://www.psychetruth.net Calm Test Anxiety, Relaxation Breathing Technique by AOMA Graduate School Austin In this free video presented by AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas, Hannah Thornton speaks about test anxiety and how to calm down and relax right before a big exam. AOMA Graduate School offers a master's-level graduate program in acupuncture and Oriental medicine. AOMA also conducts more than 20000 patient visits annually in its student and professional clinics

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The Truth About Fruit! Health Food or Candy? Nutrition – Video

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Be My Friend - http://www.myspace.com Nutrition by Natalie The Truth About Fruit! Health Food or Candy? Will the fruits basket make you fat or help you lose weight

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Researcher Says Anti-Aging Drug Not Far Away – Video

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Dr. Roy Smith says the secret to reversing aging is in the body's natural growth hormones.

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The Early Show – Health questions answered early – Video

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From sugar substitutes to migraine treatment options, "Early Show" medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips answers viewer health questions.

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Health: Watching Your Diet During the Holidays – Video

Posted: December 25, 2011 at 7:56 pm


Health: Watching Your Diet During the Holidays

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Dr. Andrew Lipton – What is holistic medicine? on Fox 29 News – Video

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Dr. Andrew Lipton of Narberth Family Medicine discusses holistic medicine in response to Dr

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Anti Aging Treatment – Video

Posted: at 7:56 pm


In a competitive job market more and more men have been receiving anti aging treatments.

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P90X Nutrition Simplified for best results! Part 1 – Video

Posted: at 6:27 pm


Visit us at mysymfitness.com for free nutritional coaching! This video is part 1 of a series of videos that will teach you HOW TO LOSE weight and have the best results with P90X. It's all about reducing body fat while maintaining muscle. Using P90X and good nutrition, I lost over 34 lbs of body fat and gained 8 lbs of muscle in 6 months

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WBFF 2011 PRO MALE FITNESS MODEL – Video

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UK cover model, Rob Riches, takes to the stage after a year off since winning in 2009, the WBFF World Championships, against 4 other top pro male fitness models in Toronto, Canada, on 27th August 2011. The top placings were awarded to: 3rd - Ryan John-Baptiste, 2nd - Obi Obadike, 1st, James Ellis, with Rob Riches and David Kimmerle making up the remaining top 5. For a full look at Rob's entire 12-week training approach to the competition, check out his daily blog at: http://www.robrichesfitness.com and for more exclusive videos on nutrition, training, and modeling, check out http://www.robriches.com

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Weight Bias in Health Care – Video

Posted: at 6:27 pm


Overweight and obese patients frequently feel stigmatized in health care settings, and face stereotypes and prejudice from health care providers. These stigmatizing experiences (also called 'weight bias') jeopardize patients' emotional and physical health

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Diet Research: Far More of it Than is Necessary

Posted: at 4:48 pm


We live in a world of oral fixation, or whatever equivalent post-Freudian term you'd live to use. It's not too hard to drawn the lines that lead unbroken from the magic of early human societies, insofar as it touched on beliefs regarding the consumption of various things, and the magical thinking of modern societies illustrated by the popularity of useless potions and pills. On the one hand tricksters cloaked as shamans, and on the other hand tricksters cloaked as marketing professionals pretending to use the methods of science. For every hot field of medical science, there are frauds out there somewhere selling edible goods to the credulous, trying to claim some of the mantle.of legitimacy enjoyed by the scientific community while practicing what is in effect an anti-science of belief and deception.

But back inside the real scientific community, we see the oral fixation at work in the amount and range of work on ingested substances. On diet, on tiny portions of diet, on the ingestion of specific substances beyond count, looking for results of significance. Funding for this sort of thing is evergreen, and I think that much of it is a grand waste. The path to longevity is not a freeway passing through the human stomach, but from the weight of research devoted to what we eat you might be forgiven for thinking otherwise. Would that these researchers were spending their time on something more useful, but the fixation of broader society on the mouth and what we put into it steers the strategic direction of research and research funding.

Here are a couple of examples:

Mediterranean diet gives longer life

Scientists at the Sahlgrenska Academy have now studied the effects of a Mediterranean diet on older people in Sweden. They have used a unique study known as the "H70 study" to compare 70-year-olds who eat a Mediterranean diet with others who have eaten more meat and animal products. The H70 study has studied thousands of 70-year-olds in the Gothenburg region for more than 40 years. ... The results show that those who eat a Mediterranean diet have a 20% higher chance of living longer. "This means in practice that older people who eat a Mediterranean diet live an estimated 2 3 years longer than those who don't", says Gianluca Tognon, scientist at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg.

Are there differences in mortality among wine consumers and other alcoholic beverages?

Wine consumers, especially in comparison with spirits drinkers, have been shown to have higher levels of education and income, to consume a healthier diet, be more physically active, and have other characteristics that are associated with better health outcomes. However, epidemiologic studies have been inconsistent in showing that, after adjustment for all associated lifestyle factors, consumers of wine have lower risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality than do consumers of other beverages. A study based on the long-term follow up of a group of older Americans concluded that the associated lifestyle habits and environmental factors of wine consumers largely explained their better health outcomes.

We live in a world in which ingestion of alcohol has a greater and more active research community associated with it than is the case for serious efforts to develop the means to reverse aging. There will be more and greater publicity and funding generated by debates over tiny changes in life span and risk of disease through alcohol in the diet than there will be for the most important advance in longevity research this year, or any of the other high points in longevity science from the past twelve months. Sad but true. Real longevity science and biotechnology doesn't have much to do with sticking things into your mouth - it's largely low-level manipulation of cells and biomolecules - and in this world of oral fixation that's something of a disadvantage when it comes to publicity and support.

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Searching For Ways to Spur Heart Regrowth

Posted: at 4:48 pm


An example of the sort of screening work presently taking place, in China in this case: "Damaged heart tissue is not known for having much inherent capacity for repair. But now, scientists are closing in on signals that may be able to coax the heart into producing replacement cardiac muscle cells. Using a zebrafish model system, researchers have identified a family of molecules that can stimulate stem cells to develop into beating heart muscle cells. ... Despite advances in modern medicine, management of myocardial infarction and heart failure remains a major challenge. There is intense interest in developing agents that can influence stem cells to differentiate into cardiac cells as well as enhance the inherent regenerative capacities of the heart. Developing therapies that can stimulate heart muscle regeneration in areas of infarction would have enormous medical impact. ... The zebrafish is an excellent model organism to study heart growth and development because there are established genetic approaches that permit visualization of fluorescent beating hearts within transparent embryos. After screening nearly 4,000 compounds, the researchers discovered three structurally related molecules that could selectively enlarge the size of the embryonic heart. The compounds, cardionogen-1, -2, and -3, could promote or inhibit heart formation, depending on when they were administered during development. ... Cardionogen opposes Wnt signaling to induce cardiac muscle cell formation. Importantly, the interaction of cardionogen with Wnt seemed to be restricted to specific cell types. ... Evaluating the potential of cardionogen on human adult and embryonic stem cells is the next logical step. This may ultimately aid in design of therapeutic approaches to enhance repopulation of damaged heart muscle and restore function in diseased hearts."

Link: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-12/cp-hdy121611.php

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Towards Restoring Neural Stem Cell Function in the Old

Posted: at 4:47 pm


A Rejuvenation Research paper: "As mammals age, the rate of neurogenesis in the brain declines with a concomitant reduction in cognitive ability. Recent data suggest that plasma-borne factors are responsible for inhibition of neurogenesis. When the circulatory systems of old and young mice are connected, the old mice experience increased neurogenesis and the young mice exhibit less neurogenesis, suggesting the importance of systemic circulating factors. Chemokine CCL11/eotaxin has been identified as a factor that increases with aging. Injections of CCL11 inhibit neurogenesis in young mice, an effect likely mediated by CCR3 receptors on neural stem cells. Identification of a specific factor that plays a causative role in stem cell dysfunction in aging is consistent with data showing that transforming growth factor-? (TGF-?) inhibits satellite cell-mediated repair. Together, these data suggest that the systemic milieu plays a critical role in the aging of adult stem cells. Because adult stem cells help maintain homeostasis by providing the possibility of replacing metabolically damaged differentiated cells, aging of the systemic milieu and stem cell niches may drive functional decline during aging. The identification of a specific systemic change suggests that aging is more amenable to therapeutic modulation than work on global metabolism-derived damage and cellular senescence implies."

Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1089/rej.2011.1301

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