(NaturalHealth365) Zombies made a hefty pop culture comeback recently thanks to The Walking Dead and other popular shows. Now, the term is sliding into science – with researchers out of the Mayo Clinic reporting on senescent cells, aka “zombie cells,” believed to drive aging.
Are you wondering what these cells are and how they contribute to age-related diseases and dysfunction? Scientists are curious, too – and the answers are primed to unlock the secret to powerful anti-aging capabilities. Read more
Elizabeth Parris, the CEO of Bioviva USA Inc, has become the very first human being to successfully, from a biological standpoint, reverse the age of her white blood cells, thanks to her own company’s experimental therapies. Bioviva utilizes intramural and extramural peer-reviewed research to create therapies for age-related diseases (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, cancer, heart-disease), and now, they have…Read more
By – July 21, 2017
Scientific thought on brain development and damage has long held that the brain stops creating new neurons once humans enter adulthood. According to this understanding, when our existing brain cells are damaged or die, they are gone forever, irreplaceable. I remember being told by parents and teachers throughout my childhood, “Don’t hit your head! You can’t grow those brain cells back!” and trusting and fearing this logic. Thankfully, however, scientists recently discovered a process called neurogenesis, or the growth and development of nervous tissue. This means that the creation of new neurons is in fact possible, occurring in an area of the brain known as the hippocampus — the same area of the brain associated with memory...