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De-Aging – The Miracle of Each Moment

In his late 70′s now, Kaz is the inventor of de-aging. It’s not a product or a program. It’s a concept, a way of slowing down the aging process without resorting to desperate anti-aging measures involving pills, plastic surgery or fetal lamb cells. I’ve heard him talk about de-aging before. This time I’m taking notes. Continue reading

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Love Letter To The World

In this Wellness Post, Jeddah Mali, asks, “When we wake up each morning, do we give orders for the sun to pass over the sky, for the birds to start singing, for all the creatures to awake and go about their business? Do we send instructions for our breathing to change its rhythm, for our pupils to bring in the correct amount of light? Do we signal for the tide to turn, the moon to wane, the seasons to pass? No, it’s obvious that we don’t. But if we are not doing it, what is? What is taking care of it all? Continue reading

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