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seafood | Longevity LIVE

Last week, Phillip R. Carawan, owner, president and CEO of Capt. Neill’s Seafood Inc in North Carolina, pleaded guilty in federal court, admitting to a federal charge of falsely labeling millions of dollars of crab meat from overseas as a “Product of USA”. Carawan had instructed his employees to mislabel

stem cells [longevity live]

Stem cells for baldness? Could this be a reality? Scientists could use stem cells to reverse the effect of baldness which has plagued humans for millions of years. We would all feel so much joy! Perhaps the headlines are right. Maybe there really is an international breakthrough cure and we

Cannabis is the word on everybody’s lips and the interest in the world’s most famous green plant continues to grow. The UN currently classifies the plant as a Schedule I drug. This means that it’s a substance that is prone to addiction with zero medical use. In fact, the classification placed

As of Thursday, specific types of breast implants – namely those with a textured or polyurethane coating – are no longer allowed in France. The ban of these implants are due to concerns that they have the potential to cause a type of cancer called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL).

vaping | Longevity LIVE

E-cigarettes are continuously touted as safer and much healthier alternatives to regular cigarettes. Furthermore, unlike conventional cigarettes, they also come in a variety of different flavors. Unfortunately, this aspect has made vaping much more appealing to a younger market – so appealing that the FDA has officially declared teen vaping

Formaldehyde hair products

WASHINGTON – On 14th December 2016 the Environmental Working Group and Women’s Voices for the Earth filed a lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States. The basis for the lawsuit is the FDA’s failure to protect the public from dangers associated with popular hair straightening