Is There Any Actual Science Behind Stem Cell Therapy?

In 2017, three women went blind after paying a so-called ‘stem cell clinic’ in Florida thousands of dollars to treat their macular degeneration. Wait a second, a year ago Julian was talking about all the new and exciting advances in this field. Why are these stem cell therapies dangerous, and why aren’t real, safe, and […]

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I Tried Biohacking For The Most Efficient Workout Ever | What the Wellness | Well+Good

I Tried Biohacking For The Most Efficient Workout Ever | What the Wellness | Well+Good

– Five, four, three, all the way, two and one. – I can tell you I’ve never felt less graceful in my entire life. (laughing) (upbeat music) Hey guys, I’m Ella Dove and this is “What the Wellness?” The show where I try out the latest and greatest in wellness to find out what’s weird […]

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Reverse Heart Disease and Diabetes Dean Ornish – The Whole Food Plant Based diet, Exercise, stress

Reverse Heart Disease and Diabetes Dean Ornish – The Whole Food Plant Based diet, Exercise, stress

Dr. Delgado: I’m with Doctor Dean Ornish and when I first read the studies about reversal of coronary heart disease, it was Dean Ornish that brought it to the public view. Doctor Dean Ornish, you’re doing some great work. Can you share with our audience the key of what you’re gonna share with this medical […]

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Sue Desmond-Hellmann on health and healthcare – Full interview | VIEWPOINT

Sue Desmond-Hellmann on health and healthcare – Full interview | VIEWPOINT

Michael: We’re here today with Sue Desmond-Hellmann, CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Thank you very much for being with us today here at AEI. Sue: Sure. Glad to be here. Michael: You’ve done quite a bit. You had a public event this morning with Arthur Brooks, and I think you just finished […]

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Joel Cohen: An Introduction to Demography (Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem?)

Joel Cohen: An Introduction to Demography (Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem?)


My name is Joel Cohen I’m Professor of Populations at the Rockefeller University and at Columbia University in New York City.   My background is partially in public health and partially in applied mathematics. WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY DEMOGRAPHY? Why should you consider taking a course in demography in college? 

You will be growing up […]

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This Drug-Resistant Bacteria Could Be Hiding in Your Armpits Right Now

This Drug-Resistant Bacteria Could Be Hiding in Your Armpits Right Now

Staphylococcus or, as it’s more widely known, staph, is one of the most common bacteria found on humans around the world. In some cases, it can pose a real threat to your body’s immune system – even proving lethal. So, if it’s so widespread, why aren’t we all getting infected? – Hi, my name is […]

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Intermittent Fasting & Hunger – What the Science says

Intermittent Fasting & Hunger – What the Science says

Intermittent fasting has gotten a lot of attention nowadays as there’s so many benefits to be had from it. It helps you lose weight, helps you gain muscle and enhances your cognitive performance. Specifically, it lowers insulin- the fat storing hormone involved with diabetes, it raises human growth hormone which does everything from increasing muscle […]

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How Can Something Have Zero Calories?

How Can Something Have Zero Calories?

This episode of Dnews is brought to you by Domain.com. Zero-calorie foods are all the rage these days – but are they REALLY zero calories? And is it even possible for a food to HAVE zero calories? Hey guys, Tara here for Dnews – and I’m sure a lot of you out there drink diet […]

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Food Science and Technology research ensuring healthy food supply for the future

Food Science and Technology research ensuring healthy food supply for the future

My job as a food scientist is all about feeding the world in the future. And this is really important because the world’s facing climate change, the weathers getting hotter and drier, we’re running out of oil and we’re running out of fertilisers. So what I do in my job is look at new crops, […]

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Juice-only cleanses: what you need to know

Juice-only cleanses: what you need to know

In January, Lynne Downey started a 28-day cleanse. It included two shakes a day and one small healthy meal. We weren’t allowed to have dairy soy, gluten, caffeine, alcohol, sugar vinegar and those are the big ones. Lynne lasted three weeks and lost 5 pounds and says the process did improve her meal planning, but […]

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