Cover-photo credit: Josh Mazza, 2015 I recently came across an interesting article. The title boldly stated that “elephants don’t get cancer,” which at first caught my eye, admittedly because I figured it was a click-bait and I am a bit of a skeptic when it comes to these sorts of articles. But then, after reading […]Read More Rad Research: The (nearly) Cancer-free Elephant
The key to longevity is eating right and being active. Ask anyone – your doctor, your nutritionist, or your third-cousin ( twice removed), and they will re-iterate the fact that healthy lifestyle choices and physical activity will help you age gracefully and live a healthy life. It seems simple enough: nourish your body with the […]Read More Rad Research: Mimicking Caloric Restriction
Probiotics have been making headlines all over the world, with their recent proposed ties to anxiety and depression, as well the booming market of probiotic products (1). It’s no question that the human gut microbiota plays a serious role in over-all human health, and research has explored everything from the beneficial effects of probiotic supplementation […]Read More Rad Research: Probiotics, & Why They’re Worth The Hype
Freddie Mercury belted out this profound question, and now, researchers are wondering the same thing – but maybe more importantly, how do you live forever? How does one prolong lifespan, all the while remaining youthful and able-bodied, with sharp wits and one’s mobility intact? Certain societies in the world have got it down-pat. That is […]Read More Rad Research: Who Wants to Live Forever?
Hey friends! It’s been a while since my last post, but I’m back with some cool news! I’ve been keeping busy working away on my MSc., and the end is in sight – August is just around the corner, and I’m really excited to see what sort of adventures lie ahead. This past semester, I […]Read More Rad Research: How to Motivate Yourself to Get Moving