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Pediatric Epilepsy Program: Treating Seizures in Children

>>Pediatric epilepsy is a complex neurological disorder that affects 1 to 2 percent of children worldwide. At the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we have implemented a comprehensive, international, collaborative program to children with epilepsy around the country and around the world.>>The goal of our Epilepsy Outreach Program is to provide a comprehensive, personalized assessment of […]

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Growth hormone defect protects against cancer, diabetes, and cognitive decline | Valter Longo

[Rhonda]: But for people that are listening and kind of wondering, we’re talking about one of the major dietary regulators of the IGF-1 pathway which maybe you can mention a little bit about the role of IGF-1 in the aging process. [Valter]: Yeah. So, proteins, and particularly certain amino acids, methionine, cysteine, etc., they regulate […]

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Inuit Genetics Show Us Why Evolution Does Not Want Us In Constant Ketosis | MWM 2.37

Out of all the traditional diets that humans have consumed across the globe we would think that the diet of the Arctic, where plant foods are scarce and the environment imposes a high-fat low-carbohydrate intake, we would expect the diet of that region to produce ketosis. And yet the inhabitants of the Arctic have a […]

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Fasting vs. Eating Less: What’s the Difference? (Science of Fasting)

“Breakfast of champions.” What’s the difference between eating less food and eating no food? Well, Let’s look at two different situations. …In 1944, a study called the Minnesota Starvation Experiment was conducted and was designed to understand the effects of caloric restriction on the body in order to gain some knowledge that would help people […]

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