Want A Healthy Brain? Better Avoid These 7 Habits

Why are some people sharp as a tack at 95 years old, while others begin struggling with mental clarity in their 50s? A lot of it has to do with genetics, but certain lifestyle factors also play an important role in how our brain ages.  read more

Million person study examines long-term effects of blocking inflammation

Inflammation – the body’s response to damaging stimuli – may have a protective effect against cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. The finding is one of the outcomes of research using a powerful new genetic tool that mimics the behaviour of certain anti-inflammatory drugs. read more

Dr Oz on Glutathione

Dr Oz explains that Glutathione is the most powerful antioxidant that our body makes on its own. It is also found in raw foods. But, what if we can help our body’s antioxidants (glutathione and SOD-super oxide dismutate) efficacy by at least 500%?

Trainers and Speakers for SOPMed 2015 USA

Ahvie Herskowitz, MD Cardiology and Immunology Expert to speak at the Society of Oxidative and Photonic Medicine Inaugural Conference, June 25-27, 2015. http://sopmed.org/speakers-and-trainers/

Patient Testimonial

“Being accepted as a patient at the San Francisco Stem Cell Treatment Center is like climbing into a large soft bed and being covered with a lovely light and warm quilt.  The level of attention and care is the kind of medical experience people dream of.  From the first day, I was impressed with the level of medical expertise by …

Dr. Ahvie Herskowitz with Dr. Victor Liu and UCSF Professor Elizabeth Blackburn

Drs. Ahvie Herskowitz and Victor Liu discussing stem cell technologies with UCSF Professor, Elizabeth Blackburn, Nobel Prize winner in 2009 in Physiology or Medicine, for her discovery of telomerase, the enzyme that makes telomere DNA. This discovery helped explain how cells age; the solution was found in the ends of the chromosomes ­the telomeres ­and in an enzyme that forms …