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HGH Will Shorten Your Life
Oct 27, 2018 - 8:13 AM - by Bouncer
HGH Will Shorten Your Life



Growth hormone (GH) is a controversial anti-aging drug. Some doctors prescribe GH, which is produced in the brain and travels through the body, to restore youth and improve lean body mass. This approach may have its shortcomings. Adding to the controversy over GH is new research published in the journal Science Advances that suggests low levels of GH may help you live longer.

Researchers identified a common genetic mutation that is linked to an increase in men’s life span, but does not affect women. About one-quarter of people have a mutation in the gene for growth hormone receptors, in which a part of their DNA is missing. Dr. Gil Atzmon, a geneticist at the University of Haifa in Israel, and colleagues, noted that the mutation was present in 12 percent of men over age 100— a rate three times higher than 70-year-old men.... [224-237-0301]
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Oct 27, 2018 - 7:31 AM - by 7656737590
Protect The Liver From Oral AAS



It is not often that oral anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) are discussed in studies. Certainly, that’s not because they have disappeared from use by bodybuilders, athletes and others interested in building muscle. They are prominently mentioned in doping-scandal stories, prevalently used by drug-enhanced bodybuilders who purchase their AAS illicitly (i.e., illegally) and are often the “gateway” form of AAS used by those experimenting with AAS for the first time, due to the innate anxiety most people have about needles. Yet, there is little research published about oral AAS, as they are very limited in terms of approved indications (i.e., diseases or conditions that are acceptable reasons to treat with the specific drugs), and have recognized adverse (harmful) effects.



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