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Date: 14/08/2018

Nearly have of cancer death are caused by bad lifestyle choices. A study conducted by the american cancer society has found that 45% of cancer deaths and 42% of cancer cases in general can be attributed to modifiable risk factors – voluntary behavior such as smoking, excessive sun exposure, poor diet, and alcohol consumption. The

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 17/07/2018

Nad + is the acronym for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. It is found virtually in all living cells. Nad+ is essential to sustaining life.  As a co-factor in cell energy transfer, Nad+ plays a critical role in regulating aging process. A fascinating aspect of Nad+ is its dual role in protecting against factors that age us.

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 04/07/2018

This is a breakthrough: many patients with breast or lung cancer can avoid chemotherapy and its serious side effects, according to studies  that should change the way cancers are treated. The first good news is for women who have had breast cancer. Up to 70% of them can avoid chemotherapy, depending on the results of an existing

Medical articles
Date: 18/06/2018

70% of the human immune system resides in the gut. Surprising isnt’ it? It’s called the microbiome. Your immune system relies on the healthy intestinal bacteria to protect the body from illness. Age, poor diet, medications, and stress can upset the delicate balance of good to bad bacteria. The microbiome comprises the trillions of microorganisms

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 12/06/2018

A cocktail of your own cells to restore the youthfulness of your skin in the long run. The technique “Nanofat” and “microfat” consists of extracting fat from the patient (autologous fat), then centrifuging and filtering this sample in order to obtain an emulsion of stem cells, and finally reinjecting the cellular concentrate at the level

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 28/05/2018

We operate less and less herniated discs. And soon, some promising techniques will take precedence over “classic” surgery. Laser “surgery”  This is the so-called nucleolysis-laser technique. Performed by interventional radiologists, it is used for herniated discs of medium size, which do not compress the nerve. Under local anesthesia and radiological control, the radiologist introduces, through the