Anti-Aging Health Studies

On Tuesday this week, the world’s first malaria vaccination was given to children in Malawi. Two more African countries – Ghana and Kenya – will start implementing the vaccine in the coming weeks, according to the World Health Organisation. In the official press release, WHO announced that this vaccine will

Breast cancer is largely considered to be a disease that only affects women – an assumption that is wholly inaccurate. While it is true that men experience it not nearly as often as women – due to the fact that men have less breast tissue, thereby lessening their risk –

As a brand, we have long prided ourselves on not only the valuable health content of our magazine but also on the quality of the events we host. We work tirelessly to get access to ensure our speakers are those leading psychologists and general practitioners in the fields of health

immunotherapy | Longevity LIVE

Immunotherapy has done much to change the results of cancer, but up to now, it has only be effective in treating certain cancers such as lung and bladder, as well as melanoma. Recently, however, a combination of an immunotherapy drug called atezolizumab and chemotherapy (nab-paclitazel) was approved by the FDA for

drug deaths

Drug overdose deaths have reached unprecedented levels in the United States. Over the past two decades, drug overdoses have more than tripled to become the leading cause of injury deaths in the US. They now outnumber deaths from motor vehicle accidents and homicides, according to data from the Centers for

period | Longevity LIVE

It’s a fact: exercise makes everything better. You sleep deeper, you enjoy your meals more, you move with more confidence and your skin has a healthy glow. However, for a few days each month, the last thing most women feels like doing is hitting the treadmill or even doing a

If I were to ask you whether you think the state of the world is improving or declining, and you were to answer the latter, I could tell you two things. First, that you are not alone in thinking that things are going downhill on a global scale – research

exercise | Longevity LIVE

Ground breaking research conducted at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles confirms that daily exercise can improve sexual function in “all” men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). What makes the research so significant is that for the first time a study was done that represented a racially diverse group

kiwis | Longevity LIVE

Kiwis used to be known as the Chinese Gooseberry – as it originally comes from the north of China and grew in the Yangtze River valley – but started to be known as the kiwi fruit after it was started being grown in New Zealand. Apparently the name change took

turmeric latte | Longevity LIVE

You know the saying by the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, ‘Let food be thy medicine’? We are pretty sure he was talking about this turmeric latte – or at the very least, something very similar. Turmeric is one of many potent spices treasured by Ayurvedic doctors, and for a good reason. Being