healthy living

Doyel: One last soccer game to watch

She had one more soccer game to watch, and maybe then she would let herself die. But not before Saturday afternoon, no matter what the doctors were saying, because what the doctors were saying was unacceptable. Source: Doyel: One last soccer game to watch

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Things to do in life…

forgiveness… remembrance… meaning…

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The Great Clamping Debate

Most of us born after 1960 have missed out on what was, since ancient times, “mankind’s first stem cell transplant.”1 For umbilical cords of most born after 1960 were—are—clamped right after birth. This denied us a last blast of stem-cell rich placenta blood, 40% of our circulation, before our first breath. The Great Clamping Debate.

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Genetic switch controls body’s tissue repair system

It is a sad fact that old age brings diseases. Many may not be life-threatening, but they make life less fun. One such condition is sarcopenia, which causes the loss of muscle mass and strength, and it is the reason why some old people suffer from loss of stamina, difficulty in walking and heavy breathing….

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