Step one of living forever is staying healthy so this section covers key health topics and the latest research into common conditions and new therapeutic developments. Of particular interest are medical advances that reduce mortality rates – i.e. improving your chances of living long enough to live forever without you having to lift a finger!
There are a handful diseases that cause most deaths in the western world (i.e. where we don’t have to worry so much about poverty, famine or natural disasters). So, anything you can do to prevent these will greatly improve your chance of living forever.
Dr Gervasio Lamas and Dr Isabelle Schiffer speaking in online meetup about how EDTA therapy affects vascular diseases, organized by Forever Healthy Foundation (FREE)
Company that offers sensors, mobile apps, analytics, and services to support respiratory health management.
Company providing digital health solutions for respiratory conditions including asthma and COPD.
Company that develops, manufactures and distributes continuous glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management.
Institute for cancer research.
Cancer treatment center in Atlanta, Georgia.
Center of heart attack and stroke prevention based in Spokane, Washington.
London Futurists event (online) hosted by David Wood. With Dr Kat Arney talking about her new book, Rebel Cell.
Book about cancer written by Dr Kat Arney.
Company focused on the development of telomerase therapy to treat Alzheimer's disease.
Health Blog Posts
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Air pollution - a significant killer
Rubedo to first work on lung diseases
Longevity Technology - 20-Jan-2021
Their work will be critical amidst the COVID-19 pandemic - to move into clinical trials soonRead more...
After covid vaccine, Oxford to tackle antibiotic resistance
BBC - 19-Jan-2021
Expert researchers to address antibiotic resistance with the £100m fund by IneosRead more...
Boosting NAD+ reverses muscle ageing and associated diseases
Medical Xpress - 19-Jan-2021
Drugs boosting NAD+ target toxic proteins by turning on the mitochondrial functionRead more...