Anti-Aging News

By Dr. Anushka Reddy If the first half of 2015 proved anything, it’s that the global anti-aging market shows no signs of slowing down. In 2013, the market was estimated at US$35 billion, and is likely to augment at a CAGR of around 7% during 2013-2018. The key factors driving

By Riekie Smit Thanks to scientists, cosmetics and cosmetic treatments are getting better every year (or even every month). Research and development in the cosmetic industry has grown to such an extent that we are seeing more rapid results and deeper penetration of topically applied products, which are becoming comparable

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2nd WORLD CONGRESS ON HEALTHY AGING TO CONVENE IN AUGUST 2015     Internationally Renowned Experts: A global forum is to be held in South Africa with internationally renowned experts who will address healthy aging in the new millennium, with a specific focus on how they apply to the African

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This year’s World Congress on Healthy Aging (WCHA 2015) is being held right here in Sandton next month. According to Time magazine: “We live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our lives are getting longer.” This

Dr Sly Nedic

This year’s World Congress on Healthy Aging (WCHA 2015) is being held right here in Sandton next month. According to Time magazine: “We live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our lives are getting longer.” This

Dr Ryan Fuller

This year’s World Congress on Healthy Aging (WCHA 2015) is being held right here in Sandton, next month. According to Time magazine: “We live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our lives are getting longer.” This

Dr Riaz Motara

This year’s World Congress on Healthy Aging (WCHA 2015) is being held right here on South African soil, in Sandton,  next month. According to Time magazine: “we live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our lives

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This year’s World Congress on Healthy Aging (WCHA 2015) is being held right here on South African soil, in Sandton,  next month. According to Time magazine: “we live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our lives

Dr Bradley Willcox

This year’s World Congress on Healthy Aging (WCHA 2015) is being held right here on South African soil, in Sandton next month. According to Time magazine, “we live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our

brain optimization

University of Witwatersrand’s Faculty of Health Sciences Professors Viness Pillay and Girish Modi have developed a groundbreaking “nanoscience-based therapeutic” approach to treating degenerative brain disease. The first of its kind on the African continent, this research has elicited large interest, with the publication of 40 medical papers, written by the