Prevention strategies and therapies - research

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Bak-mediated mitochondrial apoptosis
Balance and mobility: Cognitive dual-task training
Combatting iron overload
Falls
ICT care solutions
Rejuvenative treatment facility: Intermittent caloric/nutritional restriction, Intermittent hypoxic training
Removal of cytotoxic T cells
Whole body vibration
see also: Caloric restriction: Potential strategy for humans
                 Diet/nutrition 
                 Physical exercise
                 Preventative anti-aging medicine
             
 
Prevention strategies and therapies: Removal of cytotoxic T cells, Accumulation of cells: Removal of cytotoxic T cells
Whole-Animal Senescent Cytotoxic T Cell Removal Using Antibodies Linked to Magnetic Nanoparticles
J. Rebo et al. 2010. article
 
National health care: Rejuvenative treatment facility, Prevention strategies and therapies: Rejuvenative treatment facility: Intermittent caloric/nutritional restriction, Intermittent hypoxic training
Affordable Rejuvenation: A Prototype Facility In Action
A.F. Prokopov and J. Reinmuth. 2010. article
 
Neurodegeneration: Balance and mobility: Cognitive dual-task training, Prevention strategies and therapies: Balance and mobility: Cognitive dual-task training
Benefits of Cognitive Dual-Task Training on Balance Performance in Healthy Older Adults
K.Z.H. Li et al. 2010. article
 
Falls, National health care, Healthy aging: prevention strategies
Falls in Aged People of the Chinese Mainland: Epidemiology, Risk Factors and Clinical Strategies
W. Jintang. 2010. review
 
Longevity factors and mechanisms: Iron overload, Oxidative damage, Age-related diseases, Prevention strategies and therapies: Combatting iron overload
2010. review
 
Deafness: Mitachondrial function: Bak-mediated mitochondrial apoptosis, Apoptosis, Prevention strategies and therapies: Bak-mediated mitochondrial apoptosis
2010. review
 
Dementia: ICT care solutions
2007. review
 
Prevention strategies and therapies: Whole body vibration
Effects of whole body vibration on the skeleton and other organ systems in man and animal models: What we know and what we need to know
R.D. Prisby et al. 2008. review
 
 
 
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