Aging

This is Health Revolution Radio with Dr. Peter Abaci. Today's topic: How to be a nonagenarian. 

Guest speakers: H. Ronnie and Aram Henesian

A storytelling workshop for couples dealing with memory loss helps reinforce the strengths in their relationships.
A storytelling workshop for couples dealing with memory loss helps reinforce the strengths in their relationships.
Researchers have discovered that breast-feeding is associated with having longer telomeres -- a sign of longevity and health.
Some menopausal women get hot flashes early, some get them late, some get none at all. And then there is the “super flasher.”

There’s a misconception that hormonal acne is a teenage problem, but the truth of the matter is that it can affect anyone with a hormone imbalance. Even dermatologists are finding that late onset acne is becoming increasingly common in women in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, and even 50’s.

When it comes to movement and defining function most of the research and science is focused on the muscles and motor nerves. With all of the study that’s gone into the arenas of fitness, function, posture, and movement, it’s no wonder we still can’t figure out why so many people who engage in fitness get injured or suffer with chronic pain. It is a simple matter of looking at the wrong matter in the body.

I’m off again to share my learning, research, and study of the human body. This life-long pursuit started with my questioning of how we age and how to stop it from happening as I watched my great grandmother slowly disintegrate into a mere shell of a woman.

Health advice to my younger self

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