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Not So Random Thoughts on Aging

Not So Random Thoughts on Aging

Why Are Baby Boomers Dying Prematurely? I am a pioneer antiaging/age management physician.  I co-authored the best-selling book on the age management – The Life Extension Revolution: the New Science of Growing Older without Aging. I was the founder of the Los Gatos longevity Institute rebranded as California Age Management Institute. These credentials are well known. I have been giving serious thought and reflection on an alarming dichotomy of generations. It appears that so many individuals who were born in…

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Aging Research Topics and Meetings

Aging Research Topics and Meetings

Aging and Age-Related Conferences and Updates: [We are indebted to John Furber for these timely and comprehensive updates on aging and anti-aging research, meetings and conferences] (updated 9 April 2016)   Disease Drivers of Aging:  2016 Advances in  Geroscience Summit April 13-14, 2016, New York City Co-sponsored by AFAR, GSA, NIH, NYAS www.nyas.org/Geroscience2016   Cognitive Aging Conference April 14-17, 2016, Atlanta, Georgia, USA http://cac.gatech.edu/   31st International Conference Alzheimer’s Disease International April 21-24, 2016, Budapest, Hungary http://www.adi2016.org/   Biomedical Innovation…

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Wither Now Health Care?

Wither Now Health Care?

[originally posted on Huffington Post] The Patriarch of the Kennedy Dynasty has passed.   Whither now health care reform?  Why is this important? For the last 40 years Edward Kennedy was the voice of the under-represented.  His lifetime goal was a more perfect and accessible health care system in the United States.   He worked tirelessly to achieve these goals.  We are told that he counseled Barack Obama in the early days, “I will support you openly under the condition that you…

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end game or round 2

end game or round 2

It has come to this.  This deadline will come and pass.  It will not be met.  What happened? Strategically, to frame health care reform as the defining and pivotal achievement of this administration was a setup.  The new administration entered under a wave of jubilation and hope.  I shared these sentiments. In 1964, Lyndon Johnson entered the office of the presidency with a mandate for change.  A mandate to finish what had been started in the three previous years under…

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