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Lose Weight with Semaglutide

Obesity is a condition that affects over 40% of adults in the United States. Unfortunately, there is no magic pill that will cure it. There is, however, a new type of medicine that might be considered a game-changer. It’s an anti-obesity medication, and what makes it unique is how it’s prescribed: It is used to treat obesity as a chronic metabolic disease rather than assuming the misconception that obesity is a problem that can be overcome by willpower. In this article, we’ll take a look at what semaglutide is, how it works to support weight loss, other potential use cases, and the most common side effects to be aware of.

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Senolytics: Dasatinib & Quercetin

All of the cells in our bodies are continuously renewing themselves. Older cells are aging and dying; at the same time, new cells are being generated. Sometimes this process can go wrong, and some cells become damaged and remain. These damaged cells are called senescent cells and they can have a negative influence on the other nearby cells. This changes how the neighboring cells handle inflammation, sugars or proteins, and can cause metabolic problems as well as lead to multiple age-related chronic diseases.

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Effects of Female Testosterone Levels

Although normally related to men, testosterone is one of the many hormones that women have within their bodies, affecting them throughout their lives. “Normal” levels of testosterone vary from one woman to another, but experts suggest that the range of healthy testosterone levels is between 15 ng/dL – 85 ng/dL.

In this article, find out more about low, normal, and high testosterone levels, as well as a brief explanation of their effects on the female body.

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Why Am I Not Losing Weight?

You've been eating healthier and exercising consistently. You're eating your fresh fruits and vegetables, complex carbs, lean meats, and you feel you're doing everything right to make your scale show the difference… but you're not seeing the weight loss numbers you had hoped for.

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