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Riordan Stem Cells
"Stem Cell Therapy: A Rising Tide" by Neil Riordan is a comprehensive exploration of stem cell therapy along with its potential benefits, limitations, and prospects. The father of mesenchymal stem cell research, Arnold Caplan, dubbed Riordan as a pioneering figure in stem cell research and application. Therefore, it is no surprise that Riordan brings an...
Why We Sleep
"Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams" by Matthew Walker, renowned sleep research scientist and psychiatry professor at Harvard, is a comprehensive exploration of sleep that offers a rich blend of science, research, and practical advice. The book is divided into four parts, each building on the previous to present a full...
Lustgarten Microbial Burden
Dr. Michael Lustgarten delivers a clear and enlightening exploration of the intricate relationship between microbial burden and aging in Microbial Burden: A Major Cause of Aging and Age-Related Disease and What We Can Do to Fight Back! Through meticulous research and compelling analysis, the author sheds light on the profound impact of microbial burden and...
Outlive
Peter Attia, M.D., popular host of The Drive, has nearly a million followers across his social media platforms. In his first book, OUTLIVE The Science and Art of Longevity, he summarizes much of the evidence and wisdom that he has delivered to his audience over the years by providing a no-nonsense evidence-based tactical manual for...
Age Later
In "Age Later: Healthspan, Lifespan, and the New Science of Longevity," Dr. Nir Barzilai provides an insightful and comprehensive overview of the latest research on aging and longevity. As a renowned gerontologist and the director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Dr. Barzilai brings a wealth of expertise...
Sinclair Why We Age
David Sinclair, PhD, esteemed molecular geneticist at Harvard, believes that aging is a disease that should be attacked at its roots. Furthermore, he believes if we are to make efficient and sensible use our medical resources, we must move away from the "whack-a-mole" approach to treating individual age-related diseases. In his first book, Lifespan: Why...