Numerous Potential Treatments for SARS-CoV-2 Virus, COVID-19 Disease, and High-Risk Factor Comorbidities

Most recent update: July 29, 2020 FDA-approved treatments for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and its resulting COVID-19 disease are scarce and poor quality, but scientists and doctors have found many potential treatments that look promising. Part of the problem is that … Continue reading

Hidden Factors Behind High 2019-nCoV Rates of Transmissability and Mortality and What You Can Do About Them

As of January 31, 2020, the 2019-nCoV coronavirus case count has surpassed the last big outbreak of coronavirus in 2002-2003 in a fraction of the time. Some point to this coronavirus being a bigger threat because one its surface proteins … Continue reading

Flavonoids Apigenin and Chrysin Non-Addictive Alternatives To Benzodiazepines for Anxiety Relief and Mild Sedation

When you are anxious and need a little sedative help to sleep, the flavonoids apigenin and chrysin may be good supplements to try. They are reputed to have strong effects at countering anxiety but more mild sedative effects than many … Continue reading

Telomeres May Shorten More Quickly and Lead to Early Death Due to Oxidative and Inflammatory Damage

Researchers from the University of Washington have found a weak link between leukocyte (white blood cell) telomere length and increased risk of mortality in aging humans. In their study Leukocyte Telomere Length and Mortality in the Cardiovascular Health Study, they … Continue reading

TA-65 Telomere Lengthening Just One Part of Anti-Aging Healthcare

Geron Corporation has discovered a number of telomerase activators that can lengthen the telomeres on the ends of DNA strands that act as a sort of biological aging clock for cellular division. One of these compounds, TA-65, has become widely known as one of Geron’s affiliated companies, TA Sciences, has started selling it and related testing services to the public. TA-65 does seem to do what is claimed, particularly in people with aging immune systems. But there is a lot more involved with fighting aging than keeping your telomeres long.

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