When we look at available screening tests for cancer, only about one out of four cancers can be picked up before they're symptomatic with typical screening testing. This includes mammograms, colonoscopies, cat scans for lung cancer and smokers, pap smears, and other routine screening tests.
50-70 million US adults have a sleep disorder, and the most severe form of sleep disorder, obstructive sleep apnea, is detrimental to your health and longevity. Studies on a new laser treatment, NightLase®, have shown that sleep apnea is reversible.
Stem cells for painful degenerative arthritis have been under attack by the US government (by the FDA) for several years. And the government has won (sort of).
Until recently, physicians were using the patient's stem cells, derived from fat or bone marrow, to rejuvenate arthritic joints without the interference of the government regulators.
This blog will look into the facts related to common heart problems. I talked about the three most likely conditions that lead to premature disability or death. They include neurocognitive decline, like, Alzheimer's or dementia, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and stroke.
How can we use the technological advances occurring right now to reverse aging? Dr. Mok reviews the three most common hallmarks of aging: cardiovascular disease, cancer, and neurocognitive decline. He discusses our options to help prevent these diseases years in advance.