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What drugs are published as causing mammals to live longer?
0 to .9) 0.1) LKM512 probotic is published as causing mice to live 1.9 times longer 0.2) the amino acid arginine as supplement is also linked to mouse longevity 0.3) The prescription drug deprenyl causes mice to live about 1/4 to 3/10 longer 0.4) The drug metformin causes mice to live 1/4 to about 3/10 longer There is a video titled More than 11 things that cause greater longevity at youtube where metformin, deprenyl, epitalon peptide, activated charcoal enterosobent, the polyamine spermidine, LKM 512 probiotic, royal jelly, C60 Buckminster fullerene at olive oil, centrophenoxine, rapamycin, resveratrol, reishi are each listed. the website longecity has a longevity pharmaceutical area as well. edited: Treon pubmed references or PMID numbers appreciated. 0.1) PLoS One. 2011;6(8):e23652. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0023652. Epub 2011 Aug 16. Longevity in mice is promoted by probiotic-induced suppression of colonic senescence dependent on upregulation of gut bacterial polyamine production. Matsumoto M1, Kurihara S, Kibe R, Ashida H, Benno Y. PMID: 21858192
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in The Vernonia Incident - 1989?
The cast of The Vernonia Incident - 1989 includes: Tessie Aldrich as Lady on Bench Mike Allen as Police Surrounding House James Anthony as Man Killed in Kitchen Boone as Police Surrounding House Gloria Atchley as Customer Outside Market Terri Baska as Clerk Emptying Register Jana Borst as Mother in Market Jesse Borst as Son in Market Kelli Brewer as Clerk in Mini Mart April Buckner as Hostage Daughter Steve Calhoun as Police Surrounding House Frank Cieloha as Car Wash Worker Kevin Crabtree as Man Shot Behind the Tree Craig Dailey as Road Block Crash Nancy Dethlefs as Customer in the Market Wally Dettmers as Miller Edward Dotter as Road Block Crash Jacki Eide as Customer Inside Tavern David Emerson Jackson as Link Zonia Etheridge as Dancer John Hanzal as First Man Out of Tavern Bob Hartson as Police Surrounding House Jim Huisman as Police Surrounding House Dana Hyde as Customer in the Market Tony Hyde as Vern Alfred Iman as Second Man Out of Tavern Deanna Jenkins Cahill as Hostage Mother Patricia Jensen as Customer in the Market Norman Jensen as Gas Attendant Heather Johansen as Customer in the Market Ed Justice as Ben Robert Louis Jackson as Hank Cristy Lynn Davis as Driver of Oncoming Car Rose Marie Ragner as Customer in the Market Barbara McKedy as Customer Outside Market Greg Nutt as Helicopter Pilot Steve Oedekerk Stan Osen as Police Surrounding House Fred Oviatt as George on CB Radio Jamie Regan as Police Surrounding House Wes Regan as Wes Jason Shores as Bub Dennis Treon as Customer Inside Tavern Joe Vanecek as Man with Newspaper Wilbur Wilson as Market Manager Billie Worley as Boy Combing Hair
What is the ultimate supplements list for health and longevity?
Here are a few supplements for health and longevity that are most important: [ 0 to .9) 0.1) LKM512 probotic is published as causing mice to live 1.9 times longer 0.2) the amino acid arginine as s upplement is also linked to mouse longevity 0.3) The prescription drug deprenyl causes mice to live about 1/4 to 3/10 longer 0.4) The drug metformin causes mice tolive 1/4 to about 3/10 longer There is a video titled More than 11 things that cause greater longevity at youtube where metformin, deprenyl, epitalon peptide, activated charcoal enterosobent, the polyamine spermidine, LKM 512 probiotic, royal jelly, C60 Buckminster fullerene at olive oil, centrophenoxine, rapamycin, resveratrol, reishi are each listed. the website longecity has a longevity pharmaceutical area as well. edited: Treon ] Vitamin D3 - Neuromuscular health B-complex - Maintain healthy nervous system Folic acid - Cell maintenance Calcium citrate (not calcium oxide) - Bone strength Magnesium - Bone strength, helps to absorb calcium Probiotic - Digestive and intestinal health Acetyl L-Canitine - Fat metabolism Alpha Lipoic Acid - Energy Glucosamine - Joint health Chondroitin - Joint health SAMe - Positive mood Turmeric - Fight cell-damaging free radicals Fish oil omega 3 lipids - Brain health Coenzyme Q-10 - Antioxidant for heart health Fiber - Healthy digestion Ginger root - Reduce inflammation in the body Chromium Picolinate - Maintain blood sugar Cinnamon - Maintain blood sugar CLA - Body toning Ginko Biloba - Mental focus Note: avoid supplements such as, creatine, soy isolate & lecithin, vitamin A & Beta Carotene, and vitamin E. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) One man's meat is another man's poison -- each person is different. So the list of ultimate supplements depend on each individual. (2) Organic whole foods are the best supplements. Please allow me to use a simple math model: A tomato has ~10,000 nutrients, trace metals, vitamins, etc. The possible combinations = C(10,000,1) + C(10,000,2) + C(10,000,3) + ...... + C(10,000,9,999) + C(10,000,10,000) = 2^10,000 - 1 = ~10^3000 This means to find a specific nutrient that is good for you, the odds are 1 in 10^3000. In a typical 6/49 lottery, the chance to win is much better: 1 in 13,913,816, or ~1.3 x 10^7. So if you can find the ultimate supplements, you can win lottery ~10^2993 (1 followed by 2,993 zeros) times. I believe organic whole foods are the best, because they are made by God, and God is smarter than us.
Macroglobulinemia of Waldenstrom?
Definition Macroglobulinemia of Waldenstrom is a cancer of the B lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell). It is associated with the overproduction of proteins called IgM antibodies. Alternative Names Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia; Macroglobulinemia - primary; Lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma Causes, incidence, and risk factors Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia is a result of a condition called lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma. The cause of the overproduction of the IgM antibody is unknown, but researchers believe it is made by lymphoma cells. Overproduction of IgM causes the blood to become too thick. This is called hyperviscosity. It occasionally makes it harder for blood to flow through small blood vessels. About 1,500 people in the United States are diagnosed with Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia every year. Most people with this condition are over age 65, however, it may occur in younger people. Symptoms Bleeding of the gums Blurred or decreased vision Dizziness Easy bruising of the skin Fatigue Headache Mental status changes Nosebleeds Numbness, tingling, or burning pain in the hands, feet, fingers, toes, ears, or nose Rash Unintentional weight loss Vision loss in one eye Additional symptoms that may be associated with this disease: Bluish skin discoloration Fingers that change color upon pressure Flank pain Swollen glands Signs and tests A physical examination may reveal a swollen spleen, liver, and lymph nodes. An eye exam may show enlarged veins in the retina or retinal bleeding (hemorrhages). A CBC shows a low number of red blood cells and platelets. A blood chemistry shows evidence of kidney disease. A serum viscosity test can tell if the blood has become thick. Symptoms usually occur when the blood is four times thicker than normal. A test called serum protein electrophoresis shows an increased amount of the IgM antibody. Levels seen in Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia are generally greater than 3 g/dL. Bone lesions are very rare. If they are present, a bone marrow examination will show cells that resemble both lymphocytes and plasma cells. Additional tests that may be done: 24-hour urine protein Total protein Serum globulin electrophoresis Immunofixation in urine T (thymus derived) lymphocyte count Treatment Plasmapheresis removes unwanted substances from the blood. In macroglobulinemia, it removes or reduces the high level of IgM, and is used to quickly control the symptoms caused by blood thickening. Drug therapy may include steroids, Leukeran, Alkeran, Cytoxan, fludarabine, or rituximab, or combinations of chemotherapy drugs. Patients who have a low number of red or white blood cells or platelets may need transfusions or antibiotics. Expectations (prognosis) The average survival is about 6.5 years. Some people live more than 10 years. In some people, the disorder may produce few symptoms and progress slowly. Complications Changes in mental function, possibly leading to coma Congestive heart failure Gastrointestinal bleeding Vision problems Calling your health care provider Call your health care provider if symptoms of this disorder develop. References Treon SP, Hatjiharissi E, Leleu X, Roccaro A, Merlini G. Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia/Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma. In: Hoffman R, Benz EJ, Shattil SS, et al, eds. Hematology: Basic Principles and Practice. 5th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 88. Rajkumar SV, Kyle RA. Plasma cell disorders. In: Goldman L, Ausiello D, eds. Cecil Medicine. 23rd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2007:chap 198. Reviewed By Review Date: 04/30/2010 Todd Gersten, M.D., Hematology/Oncology, Palm Beach Cancer Institute, West Palm Beach, FL. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M., Inc.