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3 Therapies That Could Erase the Scars of Aging

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February 22, 2018

Imagine a world where we could not just cure age-related diseases, but reverse them... taking our bodies

back to the youthful strength of yesteryear.

In the last few years, biotechnologists have been working on numerous groundbreaking treatments that could vastly increase people’s healthy lifespans.

Read on as I describe three of them in detail: Galectin-3 blocking, “Vampire Therapy,” and growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH). 

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Boosting Your Odds at the Big Casino

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February 21, 2018

Cancer is an insidious disease. It invades your body and refuses to leave. It isn’t static; it evolves as the immune system attempts to fight it. 
In many ways, cancer proceeds as though it were a malevolent or alien intelligence, and it comes in many varieties. What’s worse, today’s standard treatments can be just as harmful as the cancer itself: Currently, the only way to destroy cancer is to damage ourselves along with it. 
But behind closed doors in science labs, vast progress is...

The Supplements That Could Turn Back the Clock by a Decade

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February 21, 2018

A healthy diet and exercise can only do so much to help you look and feel young. Inevitably, we all arrive at the point where time takes its toll. We start losing muscle mass, it becomes harder to lose weight, and the previously vague threat of heart disease, diabetes, or cancer becomes a real possibility.

A recent biotech breakthrough could change all that. It aims to replace the youthful energy our cells lose over time and restore them back to their younger versions. It could delay and...

The Old Enemy: Aging

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August 11, 2014

The last ten years’ progress in biotechnology and medicine has outpaced the previous ten years significantly. The same thing is true of the ten years prior to that ten years. The next ten years, it’s safe to say, will see greater progress than any other period in history.

Powered by exponential advances in the biological sciences that are outperforming Moore’s Law, we are winning the war on diseases. The war isn’t over, but I’m on record predicting that companies currently...

Ghost Organs, Stem Cells, and Frankenstein’s Transplant Technology

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August 11, 2014

If you’re a biotech investor, you’re undoubtedly aware of the buzz regarding 3D bioprinting. There have been scores of articles and video presentations in popular outlets heralding the end to transplant organ shortages.

Using living cells rather than inanimate construction materials, 3D printing technologies have been used to build models of organs and other tissues. Excitement about the possibility of mass-produced bioprinted transplant organs has fueled a massive...

Artificial Intelligence and Genuine Stupidity

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July 23, 2014

In the in-depth article below, I discuss the recent headlines about a supercomputer supposedly passing Alan Turing’s “Turing Test.” I also trace out complex questions regarding how little we still know about the human brain.

You may have assumed, if you stumbled across the spate of headlines about the latest Turing Test, that computer scientists have reached an important milestone in the development of artificial intelligence. This assumption may be true, but not for...

Coffee, Tea or P53

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July 23, 2014

Serious historians have proposed that the introduction of coffee into the Western diet contributed significantly to both the Enlightenment and its offshoot, the American Revolution. The idea is not such a stretch.

Given the lack of modern water purification and plumbing technologies, beer was routinely consumed in Great Britain in the 1700s to prevent water-borne diseases. Though alcohol at the concentrations common in beer may not always kill pathogens, it does keep them...

Channel Trading Transformational Technology Stocks

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December 20, 2013

To understand transformational investing, you must always keep one tenet in mind: scientific progress is continually accelerating. This is also known as exponential progress.

At its most basic level, exponential progress means that anything we currently know about the rate of progress is already out of date. Since science is a primary driver of economic change, it is critically important that we fully understand the implications of exponential progress.

But with...

Breakthrough Device Quickens Exercise Recovery and Leads to Better Workouts

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December 11, 2013

Two Stanford University biologists have discovered a way to dramatically increase the benefits of exercise. I've used this technology for the last year and, like many other early users, have seen remarkable improvements in strength, endurance, and muscle mass. In fact, my results are better than they were thirty years ago when I was in my thirties. 

I understand, by the way, that this sounds like the claims made in spam e-mails. Fortunately, you don't have to take my word...

The Best Low-Cost, High-Benefit Life-Extension Technique Available Today

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November 26, 2013

The scientific consensus that has held sway for four decades regarding both exposure to the sun and vitamin D has collapsed. What has emerged in place of the old "settled science" is the knowledge that most people in North America are seriously vitamin D deficient or insufficient. The same is true for northern Europe, and the implications are staggering.

Simply put, unless you're one of the few people with optimal serum D levels—such as lifeguards and roofers in South...