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  1. 'Abdu’l-Bahá, quoted in Wendell Phillips Dodge, 'Abdul-Bahá’s Arrival in America, in Star of the West 3 (April 28, 1912).

Chapter 2

  1. Equality Now:
  2. Barbara Davis (Zanotti), Patriarchy: A State of War:
  3. Dr. John E. Esslemont, Baha’u’llah and the New Era:
  4. Living the Legacy: The Women’s Rights Movement (1848-1998):
  5. Shoghi Effendi, God Passes By:
  6. ibid.
  7. ibid.
  8. Iranian Human Rights Activist Wins Nobel Peace Prize:
  9. “Woman, life, freedom!” An activist continues her fight for women’s rights:
  10. ibid
  11. The Iran Primer:
  12. Olympic Analysis, Forced hijab and female athletes in post-revolutionary Iran:
  13. The World Bank:
  14. Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh:
  15. Mahsa Amini: The Spark That Ignited A Women-Led Revolution, Maggie McGrath, Forbes
  1. Oregon Secretary of State:

Chapter 3

  1. Precedence Research, The Botulinum Toxin Market:
  2. 2022 ASPS Procedural Statistics Release:
  3. Statista:
  4. Curtin, et al, Suicide and Homicide Death Rates Among Youth and Young Adults Aged 10–24: United States, 2001–2021:
  5. Audette, et al, Quality of Life: A Cross-National Analysis of the Effect of Gender Equality on Life Satisfaction:

Chapter 4

  1. T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao et al, The Biochemistry of Belief:
  2. Ibid.
  3. Moseley et al, A Controlled Trial of Arthroscopic Surgery for Osteoarthritis of the Knee:
  1. T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao et al, The Biochemistry of Belief:
  2. Deepak Chopra, Ageless Body, Timeless Mind:
  1. T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao et al,, The Biochemistry of Belief:
  2. M L Bowden, N J Hopwood, Psychosocial Dwarfism:

Chapter 5

  1. Adolfsson et al, Guilt and Emptiness: Women’s Experiences of Miscarriage:
  2. Cerna et al, Guilt, Shame and their Associations with Chronic Diseases in Czech Adults:
  3. Abrams, R. D., & Finesinger, J. E., Guilt Reactions in Patients with Cancer:
  4. O’Mahoney et al, The prevalence and long-term health effects of Long Covid among hospitalized and non-hospitalized polulations: a systematic review and meta-analysis:
  5. Savage et al, Humor, laughter, learning, and health! A brief review:
  6. Monit Cheung & Carol A. Leung, Laughter Yoga as a Social Work Intervention:
  7. Medaris, Women say they’re stressed, misunderstood, and alone:
  8. Suss & Ehlert, Psychological Resilience During the Perimenopause:
  9. Prestia, The Moral Obligation of Nurse-Leaders: Covid-19:
  10. Patterson et al, Moral Distress of Medical Family Therapists and their Physician Colleagues During the Transition to Covid-19:
  11. Min et al, Characteristics Associated with Low Resilience in Patients with Depression and/or Anxiety Disorders:
  12. Bartres-Faz et al, Meaning in Life: Resilience Beyond Reserve:

Chapter 6

Quote Page 114: "To everything there is a season, and a time..." Abdu'l-Baha referencing Ecclesiastes 3 in Bible King James Version

  1. Ilene S. Cohen, Trusting the Process, Psychology Today:
  2. Lyons-Ruth et al, Developmental costs associated with early maternal withdrawal
  3. Park et al, The Healing of the Seven Generations:
  4. Lavoie, Trauma Can be Passed Down Through Generations:

Chapter 7

  1. Margois et al, Potential Association Between the Oral Tetracycline Class of Antimicrobials used to Treat Acne and Inflammatory Bowel Disease:
  2. Robertson et al, Science Direct:
  3. Haynes, A Pioneer in the Development of Aspirin:
  4. The History of Aspirin:
  5. Martin, Coal Tar Antipyretics:
  6. Phenacetin – information sheet:
  7. Wikipedia:
  8. Wikipedia:
  9. Agrawal et al, Acetaminophen Toxicity:,year%20in%20the%20United%20States
  10. Jaeschke et al, Novel Therapeutic Approaches Against Acetaminophen-induced Liver Injury and Acute Liver Failure:
  11. Ilekis, NIH-funded study suggests acetaminophen exposure in pregnancy linked to higher risk of ADHD, autism:
  12. Sakulchit et al, Acetaminophen Use and Asthma in Children:
  13. Centers for Disease Control, Facts About Hypertension:
  14. Dev Nutr, Prevalence of High Cholesterol Among the Adult US Population:
  15. Matyori et al, Statins Utilization Trends and Expenditures in the U.S. Before and After the Implementation of the 2013 ACC/AHA Guidelines:
  16. Yang et al, Trends and Characteristics of Blood Pressure Prescription Fills Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States:
  17. Mikulic, Distribution of Global Pharmaceutical Market Revenue from 2010 to 2022 by region:
  18. European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations, The Pharmaceutical Industry in Figures:
  19. Ouyang et al, Increased Mortality Trends in Patients With Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases and Co-morbid Hypertension in the United States, 2000-2019:,%2C%204%25)%20(2
  20. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Health and Economic Costs of Chronic Diseases:
  21. Brody et al, Antidepressant Use Among Adults: United States, 2015-2018:
  22. Pratt et al, Antidepressant Use in Persons Aged 12 and Over: United States, 2005-2008:
  23. Wehrwein, Astounding Increase in Antidepressant Use by Americans:
  24. American Thyroid Association, Clinical Thyroidology for the Public,:
  25. Wen et al, Unraveling the impact of Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on blood-brain barrier (BBB) integrity and glymphatic function:
  26. Cappus-McCendie et al, Omega-3 PUFA Metabolism and Brain Modifications During Aging:
  27. Serrano-Pozo et al, Effects of Simvastatin on Cholesterol Metabolism and Alzheimer Disease Biomarkers:
  28. Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer's Facts and Figures:,older%2520(10.7%2525)%2520has%2520Alzheimer%2527s.
  29. Alzheimer’s Association, 2023 Alzheimer’s disease facts and figures:
  30. Buntz, The 50 best-selling pharmaceuticals of 2022:,the%252050%2520best%252Dselling%2520pharmaceuticals.
  31. Centers for Disease Control: Women and Autoimmune Diseases:,infections%2520can%2520induce%2520autoimmune%2520disease.
  32. YouGov: Doctor Visits 2022 1000 US Adult Citizens:
  33. Georgetown Health Policy Institute: Prescription Drugs:
  34. Realizing the Promise of Personalized Aging:
  35. AAMCNews: The nation’s medical schools grow diversity:
  36. AAMC: Total Graduates by US MD-Granting Medical School:

Chapter 8

  1. Dharap et al, Incidence and Risk Factors of Postoperative Complications in General Surgery Patients:
  2. Tevis et al, Post-operative complications and implications on patient-centered outcomes:
  3. Dharap et al, Incidence and Risk Factors of Postoperative Complications in General Surgery Patients:
  4. Semeniuk et al, Integrative Oncology and the Clinical Care Network:
  5. Cybulska et al, Depressive Symptoms Among Middle-Age Women: Understanding the Cause:
  6. Johansson et al, Investigating the Effect of Estradiol Levels on the Risk of Breast, Endometrial and Ovarian Cancer:
  7. Rodriguez-Lara et al, Influence of Estrogen in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer and its Clinical Implications:,and%20high%20expression%20of%20ERβ
  8. Desai et al, Autoimmune Disease in Women: Endocrine Transition and Risk across Life Span:
  9. Root-Bernstein et al, Estrogen binds to Insulin and Insulin Receptor Decreasing Insulin Binding in vitro:
  10. D’Arrigo, Risk of Depression May Increase During First Two Years of Oral Contraceptive Use:
  11. Lloyd, Hormonal Contraception and Suicide: A New Dimension of Risk:
  12. Trenor et al, Hormonal Contraception and Thrombotic Risk: A Multidisciplinary Approach:
  13. Kaminski et al, Cardiovascular Risk and the Use of Oral Contraceptives:
  14. Dehghan et al, Oral Contraceptive Steroids Promote Papillary Thyroid Cancer Metastasis by Targeting Angiogenesis and Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition:
  15. Sorensen, Prevention of diabetes mortality at ages younger than 25 years: access to medication and high-quality health care:
  16. Parker et al, Economic Costs of Diabetes in the U.S. in 2022:,indirect%20costs%20attributable%20to%20diabetes.

Chapter 9

  1. Gonzalez-Diaz et al, Psychoneuroimmunoendocrinology: Clinical Implications:
  2. Ibid
  3. Yue, Biology of the Extracellular Matrix: An Overview:,the%20mechanical%20properties%20of%20tissues.
  4. Psychiatric Times: Being Human: An Interview with Daniel J. Siegel, MD:
  5. Sage, Electromagnetic Fields, Pulsed Radiofrequency Radiation and Epigenetics:
  6. Venditti et al, Molecules of Silence: Effects of Meditation on Gene Expression and Epigenetics:
  7. Borg et al, Psychology Today: A New Understanding of Compassionate Empathy:
  8. Galleri Early Detection Cancer test:
  9. Rahma et al, Electrodermal Activity of Measuring Cognitive and Emotional Stress Level:

Chapter 10

  1. Green, Your Socks Are Made With Plastic and Could Be Loaded With Dangerous BPA:
  2. Ruiz & Patisaul, Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs):
  3. Green, Your Socks Are Made With Plastic and Could Be Loaded With Dangerous BPA:
  4. United States Environmental Agency, Human Exposure Health:
  5. The American Cancer Society, Radiation Therapy Side Effects:
  6. Mento et al, Negative Emotions in Skin Disorders: A Systematic Review:
  7. Myers et al, Emunctorology: Synthesising Traditional Naturopathic Practice With Natural Science
  8. Castell et al, Metabolism and bioactivation of toxicants in the lung. The in vitro cellular approach:
  9. Khan, Lymphatic System in the Brain:
  10. Wisniewska et al, Review on the Lymphatic Vessels in the Dental Pulp:
  11. Sepulveda et al, Periodontal Disease, Systemic Inflammation and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease:
  12. Wahid et al, Bidirectional Relationship between Chronic Kidney Disease & Periodontal Disease:
  13. Saini, Oral Health Links Breast Cancer:
  14. Freudenheim et al, Periodontal disease and breast cancer: Prospective cohort study of postmenopausal women:
  15. Brod et al, ’As above, so below’: Examining the interplay between emotion and the immune system:
  16. Hodges et al, Modulation of Metabolic Detoxification Pathways Using Foods and Food-Derived Components: A Scientific Review with Clinical Applications:
  17. Ibid
  18. Ibid
  19. Dasanayaka et al, Associations of meditation with telomere dynamics: A case-control study in healthy adults:
  20. Chiax et al, Differential DNA methylation in experienced meditators after an intensive day of mindfulness-based practice: implications for immune-related pathways:
  21. Porter et al, Mindfulness Meditation Interventions for Long COVID: Biobehavioral Gene Expression and Neuroimmune Functioning:
  22. Yang et al, State and Training Effects of Mindfulness Meditation on Brain Networks Reflect Neuronal Mechanisms of its Antidepressant Effect:

Chapter 11

  1. Ryman et al, Microbiome–gut–brain dysfunction in prodromal and symptomatic Lewy body diseases:
  2. Guinane et al, Role of the gut microbiota in health and chronic disease: understanding a hidden metabolic organ:
  3. Baker et al, Estrogen-gut microbiome axis: Physiological and clinical implications:
  4. Kermgard et al, Gut microbiome, parathyroid hormone, and bone:
  5. Wiertsema et al, The Interplay between the Gut Microbiome and the Immune System in the Context of Infectious Diseases throughout Life and the Role of Nutrition in Optimizing Treatment Strategies:
  6. Chakraborty, Altered gut microbiota patterns in COVID-19: Markers for inflammation and disease severity:
  7. Craciun et al, The Relationships Between Gut Microbiota and Diabetes Mellitus, and Treatments for Diabetes Mellitus:
  8. Kania et al, Diabetes as a risk factor of death in hospitalized COVID-19 patients – an analysis of a National Hospitalization Database from Poland, 2020:
  9. Zhang et al, Gut Microbiota Dysbiosis Correlates With Long COVID-19 at One-year Discharge:
  10. Greathouse et al, Diet-microbiome interactions in cancer treatment: Opportunities and challenges for precision nutrition in cancer:
  11. Rios-Covian et al, From Short-to Long-Term Effects of C-Section Delivery on Microbiome Establishment and Host Health:
  12. Gaufin et al, The importance of the microbiome in pediatrics and pediatric infectious diseases:
  13. Laue et al, The Developing Microbiome From Birth to 3 Years: The Gut-Brain Axis and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes:
  14. Zhu et al, The Relationship Between the Gut Microbiome and Neurodegenerative Diseases:
  15. Ibid
  16. Gates et al, Modifying the diet and gut microbiota to prevent and manage neurodegenerative diseases:
  17. Turpin et al, Mediterranean-Like Dietary Pattern Associations With Gut Microbiome Composition and Subclinical Gastrointestinal Inflammation:
  18. Solch et al, Mediterranean diet adherence, gut adherence, gut microbiota, and Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease risk: A systematic review:
  19. Bicknell et al, Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Disease and the Gut-Brain Axis: The Potential of Therapeutic Targeting of the Microbiome:
  20. Di Meo et al, Curcumin, Gut Microbiota, and Neuroprotection:
  21. Scazzocchio et al, Interaction between Gut Microbiota and Curcumin: A Key of Understanding for the Health Effects of Curcumin:
  22. Carabotti et al, The gut-brain axis: interactions between enteric microbiota, central and enteric nervous systems:
  23. Plummer et al, Gut-brain pathogenesis of post-acute COVID-19 neurocognitive symptoms:
  24. Ibid
  25. Sun et al, Gut hormones in microbiota-gut-brain cross-talk:
  26. Baker et al, Estrogen-gut microbiome axis: Physiological and clinical implications:
  27. Ervin et al, Gut microbial β-glucuronidases reactivate estrogens as components of the estrobolome that reactivate estrogens:
  28. Baker et al, Estrogen-gut microbiome axis: Physiological and clinical implications:
  29. Kwa et al, The Intestinal Microbiome and Estrogen Receptor–Positive Female Breast Cancer:
  30. Baker et al, Estrogen-gut microbiome axis: Physiological and clinical implications:
  31. Filippone et al, Endocrine Disruptors in Food, Estrobolome and Breast Cancer:
  32. Altern Med Rev, Calcium-D-Glucarate:
  33. Maier, Oral Microbiome in Health and Disease: Maintaining a Healthy, Balanced Ecosystem and Reversing Dysbiosis:,%2C%20and%20diabetes%20%5B12%5D
  34. Santonocito et al, A Cross-Talk between Diet and the Oral Microbiome: Balance of Nutrition on Inflammation and Immune System’s Response during Periodontitis:
  35. Li et al, Association between the quality of plant-based diets and periodontitis in the U.S. general population:
  36. Bedouin et al, Large Study Links Gum Disease with Dementia:
  37. Dhadse, The link between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease: How far we have come in last two decades?:
  38. Nwizu et al, Periodontal disease and cancer: Epidemiologic studies and possible mechanisms:
  39. Martinez-Herrera et al, Association between obesity and periodontal disease. A systematic review of epidemiological studies and controlled clinical trials:
  40. Bingham & Moni, Periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis: the evidence accumulates for complex pathobiologic interactions:
  41. Bansal et al, Potential role of periodontal infection in respiratory diseases – a review:
  42. Pischke et al, High prevalence of periodontal disease in patients with NASH – possible association of poor dental health with NASH severity:
  43. Bingham et al, Periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis: the evidence accumulates for complex pathobiologic interactions:
  44. Baima et al, Periodontitis and risk of cancer: Mechanistic evidence:
  45. Zhang et al, The Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Breast Cancer: From Basic Mechanism to Clinical Management and Prevention:
  46. Baima et al, Periodontitis and risk of cancer: Mechanistic evidence:
  47. Zhang et al, Combined Non-Invasive Prediction and New Biomarkers of Oral and Fecal Microbiota in Patients with Gastric and Colorectal Cancer:
  48. Weiss, Endocrine Disruptors as a Threat to Neurological Function:
  49. Denuziere et al, Cerebral concentration and toxicity of endocrine disrupting chemicals: The implications of blood-brain interfaces:
  50. Das et al, ‘Brain on Fire’: an extraordinary cinematic depiction of the phenomenon of diagnostic overshadowing:
  51. Lana et al, Nebulization of glutathione and N-Acetylcysteine as an adjuvant therapy for COVID-19 onset:
  52. Iskusnykh et al, Glutathione in Brain Disorders and Aging:
  53. Michalik et al, Multidrug-resistant strains of coagulase-negative staphylococci isolated from patients with chronic sinusitis:
  54. Michalik et al, Multidrug resistant coagulase-negative Staphylococcus spp. Isolated from cases of chronic rhinosinusitis in humans. Study from Poland.
  55. Becker et al, Emergence of coagulase-negative staphylococci:
  56. Dydyk & Gupta, Chronic Pelvic Pain:
  57. Marks et al, Clinical Review of Neuromusculoskeletal Complementary and Alternative Approaches for the Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome:
  58. Macias-Cortes et al, Response to Individualized Homeopathic Treatment for Depression in Climacteric Women with History of Domestic Violence, Marital Dissatisfaction or Sexual Abuse: Results from the HOMDEP-MENOP Study:
  59. Teixeira et al, Potentized estrogen in homeopathic treatment of endometriosis-associated pelvic pain: A 24-week randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study:
  60. Witt et al, Homeopathic treatment of patients with dysmenorrhea: a prospective observational study with 2 year follow-up:
  61. Newman, Gut Bacteria: The Surprising Impact of Viruses:

Chapter 12

  1. Zhang, Oxytocin: A key to aetiology and treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder:
  2. Lerman et al, Oxytocin and cancer: An emerging link:
  3. Ji et al, Oxytocin inhibits ovarian cancer metastasis by repressing the expression of MMP-2 and VEGF:
  4. Liu et al, The role of the oxytocin system in the resilience of patients with breast cancer:
  5. Stordal, Breastfeeding reduces the risk of breast cancer: A call for action in high-income countries with low rates of breastfeeding:
  6. Babic et al, Association Between Breastfeeding and Ovarian Cancer Risk:
  7. Feixiang et al, The mechanism of oxytocin and its receptors in regulating cells in bone metabolism:
  8. Elabd et al, Oxytocin is an age-specific circulating hormone that is necessary for muscle maintenance and regeneration:
  9. Kim et al, Priming of mesenchymal stem cells with oxytocin enhances the cardiac repair in ischemia/reperfusion injury:
  10. Lawson, The effects of oxytocin on eating behaviour and metabolism in humans:
  11. Mekhael et al, Evaluating the efficacy of oxytocin for pain management: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials and observational studies:
  12. Li et al, Approaches Mediating Oxytocin Regulation of the Immune System:
  13. Sharkey et al, Melatonin Synergizes with Oxytocin to Enhance Contractibility of Human Myometrial Smooth Muscle Cells:
  14. Chen et al, Thyroid Hormones in Relation to Lead, Mercury, and Cadmium Exposure in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2007–2008:
  15. Szczuko et al, Doubtful Justification of the Gluten-Free Diet in the Course of Hashimoto’s Disease:
  16. Frank -Raue et al, Thyroid Dysfunction in Peri-and Postmenopausal Women — Cumulative Risks:
  17. Tutal et al, Systematic review of COVID-19 and autoimmune thyroiditis:
  18. Tran et al, The effect of thyroid dysfunction on breast cancer risk: an updated meta-analysis:
  19. Ibid
  20. Triggiani et al, Role of Iodine, Selenium and Other Micronutrients in Thyroid Function and Disorders:
  21. Sathyapalan et al, The Effect of High Dose Isoflavone Supplementation on Serum Reverse T3 in Euthyroid Men with Type 2 Diabetes and Post-menopausal Women:
  22. Leung et al, History of U.S. Iodine Fortification and Supplementation:
  23. Arab et al, Pesticides and insulin resistance-related metabolic diseases: Evidences and mechanisms:
  24. Wu et al, Metabolic Inflammation and Insulin Resistance in Obesity:
  25. Pappolla et al, Metabolic Inflammation and Insulin Resistance in Obesity:
  26. Fernandes et al, Insulin resistance in depression: A large meta-analysis of metabolic parameters and variation:
  27. Medina et al, Metabolic syndrome, autoimmunity and rheumatic diseases:
  28. Las Heras et al, Relevance of mitochondrial dysfunction in heart disease associated with insulin resistance conditions:
  29. Talbot, Brain insulin resistance in Alzheimer's disease and its potential treatment with GLP-1 analogs:
  30. Marmol et al, Insulin resistance in patients with cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis:
  31. Proietto, Mechanisms of insulin resistance caused by nutrient toxicity:
  32. Yaribeygi et al, Molecular mechanisms linking stress and insulin resistance:
  33. Masoumi et al, Radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz) causes impaired insulin secretion and increased oxidative stress in rat pancreatic islets:
  34. Graham et al, Maternal Cortisol Concentrations During Pregnancy and Sex Specific Associations with Neonatal Amygdala Connectivity and Emerging Internalizing Behaviors:
  35. Trump et al, Prenatal maternal stress and wheeze in children: novel insights into epigenetic regulation:
  36. Serpeloni et al, Grandmaternal stress during pregnancy and DNA methylation of the third generation: an epigenome-wide association study:
  37. Apprato et al, Natural Epigenetic Modulators of Vitamin D Receptor:
  38. Kalilman, Epigenetics and Meditation:
  39. Zychowska et al, Fasting and Exercise Induce Changes in Serum Vitamin D Metabolites in Healthy Men:
  40. Reiter et al, Mitochondria: Central Organelles for Melatonin's Antioxidant and Anti-Aging Actions:
  41. Bondy, Melatonin and Aging:
  42. Melone et al, Disruption of the circadian rhythm of melatonin: A biomarker of critical illness severity:
  43. Beaupre et al, Melatonin’s neuroprotective role in mitochondria and its potential as a biomarker in aging, cognition and psychiatric disorders:
  44. Reiter et al, Melatonin and its Relation to the Immune System and Inflammation:
  45. Tobeiha et al, Evidence for the Benefits of Melatonin in Cardiovascular Disease:
  46. Roa et al, Effects of Melatonin Alone or Associated with Acyclovir on the Suppressive Treatment of Recurrent Genital Herpes: A Prospective, Randomized, and Double-Blind Study:
  47. Sharma et al, The role of melatonin in diabetes: therapeutic implications:
  48. Lingas, A Narrative Review of the Carcinogenic Effect of Night Shift and the Potential Protective Role of Melatonin:!/
  49. Mankhong et al, Melatonin and Exercise Counteract Sarcopenic Obesity through Preservation of Satellite Cell Function:
  50. Lee et al, The Neuroprotective Effects of Melatonin: Possible Role in the Pathophysiology of Neuropsychiatric Disease:
  51. Esposito et al, Antiinflammatory Activity of Melatonin in Central Nervous System:
  52. Alghamdi, The neuroprotective role of melatonin in neurological disorders:
  53. Esposito et al, Antiinflammatory Activity of Melatonin in Central Nervous System:
  54. Wang et al, Use of Melatonin in Cancer Treatment: Where Are We?:

Chapter 13

  1. Cable et al, Physiology, Progesterone:
  2. Afshari et al, Effect of COVID19 infection on sex hormone levels in hospitalized patients: A prospective longitudinal study in Iran:
  3. Steward et al, Long COVID risk: a signal to address sex hormones and women's health:
  4. Liu eta l, Breast effects of oral, combined 17β-estradiol, and progesterone capsules in menopausal women: a randomized controlled trial:
  5. Barbagallo et al, Vascular Effects of Progesterone:
  6. Prior, Progesterone as a Bone-Trophic Hormone:
  7. Ruiz et al, Effectiveness of compounded bioidentical hormone replacement therapy: an observational cohort study:
  8. Progesterone selectively increases amygdala reactivity in women:
  9. Manson et al, The New England Journal of Medicine, Estrogen plus Progestin and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease:
  10. Greco et al, Phytoprogestins: Unexplored Food Compounds with Potential Preventive and Therapeutic Effects in Female Disease:
  11. Mahboubi, Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) Oil in Management of Female Ailments:
  12. Li et al, The Role of Plant Progesterone in Regulating Growth, Development and Biotic/Abiotic Stress Responses:
  13. Wingen et al, Testosterone Increases Amygdala Reactivity in Middle-Aged Women to a Young Adulthood Level:
  14. Donovitz, A Personal Prospective on Testosterone Therapy in Women – What We Know in 2022:
  15. Donovitz, Low complication rates of testosterone and estradiol implants for androgen and estrogen replacement therapy in over 1 million procedures:
  16. Scott, Should we be prescribing testosterone to perimenopausal and menopausal women? A guide to prescribing testosterone for women in primary care:
  17. Sutherland et al, Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Mortality Risk in the UK Biobank:
  18. Donovitz, A Personal Prospective on Testosterone Therapy in Women —What We Know in 2022:
  19. Rochira et al, Role of Estrogens in Male Reproduction:
  20. Ryczkowska et al, Menopause and women’s cardiovascular health: is it really an obvious relationship?:
  21. Borras et al, Direct antioxidant and protective effect of estradiol on isolated mitochondria:
  22. Lejri et al, Mitochondria, Estrogen and Female Brain Aging:
  23. Guajardo-Correa et al, Estrogen signaling as a bridge between the nucleus and mitochondria in cardiovascular diseases:
  24. Cavalieri et al, Estrogens as endogenous genotoxic agents – DNA adducts and mutations:
  25. Vooijs et al, Review of the endometrial safety during intravaginal treatment with estriol:
  26. Qureshi et al, The Major Pre- and Postmenopausal Estrogens Play Opposing Roles in Obesity-Driven Mammary Inflammation and Breast Cancer Development:
  27. Miao et al, 4-Hydroxy estrogen metabolite, causing genomic instability by attenuating the function of spindle-assembly checkpoint, can serve as a biomarker for breast cancer:
  28. Aduse-Poku et al, Associations of Total Body Fat Mass and Skeletal Muscle Index with All-Cause and Cancer-Specific Mortality in Cancer Survivors:
  29. Cao et al, Association of Body Fat Distribution and Risk of Breast Cancer in Pre- and Postmenopausal Women:
  30. Mair et al, Obesity, estrogens and adipose tissue dysfunction – implications for pulmonary arterial hypertension:
  31. Kang et al, Regulation of gene expression by 17β-estradiol in the arcuate nucleus of the mouse through ERE-dependent and ERE-independent mechanisms:
  32. Hayashi et al, Physiological Concentration of 17β-Estradiol Retards the Progression of Severe Atherosclerosis Induced by a High-Cholesterol Diet Plus Balloon Catheter Injury:
  33. Chidi-Ogbolu et al, Effect of Estrogen on Musculoskeletal Performance and Injury Risk:
  34. Nishibe et al, Effect of estriol and bone mineral density of lumbar vertebrae in elderly and postmenopausal women:,are%20also%20responsive%20to%20estriol
  35. Voskuhl et al, Estriol combined with glatiramer acetate for women with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis: a randomised, placebo-controlled, phase 2 trial:
  36. Vooijs, Review of the endometrial safety during intravaginal treatment with estriol:
  37. Mattsson, Safety and tolerability of pulsed estrogen therapy: key factors for an improved compliance:
  38. Lejri et al, Mitochondria, Estrogen and Female Brain Aging:
  39. Hao et al, Age at Menopause and All-Cause or Cause-Specific Dementia:
  40. Farruggio et al, Genistein improves viability, proliferation and mitochondrial function of cariomyoblasts cultured in physiologic and peroxidative conditions:
  41. Wu et al, Genistein Improves Bone-Healing:
  42. Sharifi-Rad et al, Genistein: An Integrative Overview of its Mode of Action, Pharmacological Properties, and Health Benefits:
  43. Li et al, Dietary Mushroom Intake May Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer:
  44. Patel et al, Estrogen: The necessary evil for human health, and ways to tame it:
  45. Xu et al, Estrogen Receptors in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome:
  46. Guinter et al, A dietary pattern based on estrogen metabolism is associated with breast cancer risk in a prospective cohort of postmenopausal women:
  47. Arslan et al, Circulating Estrogen Metabolites and Risk of Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women:
  48. Ibid.
  49. Lejri et al, Mitochondria, Estrogen and Female Brain Aging:
  50. Suojanen et al, Influence of estrogen on glutathione levels and glutathione-metabolizing enzymes in uteri and R3230AC mammary tumors of rats:
  51. Sheng-Huang et al, Effects of estrogen on glutathione and catalase levels in human erythrocyte during menstrual cycle:
  52. Semenova et al, Glutathione Component of Antioxidant Status in Menopausal Women with Insomnia:
  53. Ibid
  54. Ali et al, The Role of Estrogen Therapy as a Protective Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia in Postmenopausal Women: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature:
  55. Pizzorno, Glutathione!
  56. Minich et al, A Review of Dietary (Phyto)Nutrients for Glutathione Support:
  57. Musazadeh et al, Flaxseed Oil Supplementation Augments Antioxidant Capacity and Alleviates Oxidative Stress: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials:
  58. Lana et al, Nebulization of glutathione and N-acetylcysteine as an adjuvant therapy for COVID-19 onset:

Chapter 14

  1. Compilations, The Compilations of Compilations, Volume 1, p. 85:
  2. Nerattini et al, Systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of menopause hormone therapy on risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia:
  3. Daniel et al, Cardiometabolic health, menopausal estrogen therapy and the brain: How effects of estrogens diverge in healthy and unhealthy preclinical models of aging:
  4. Abdi et al, The Effects of Transdermal Estrogen Delivery on Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women: A Meta-analysis:
  5. Donovitz, Low complication rates of testosterone and estradiol implants for androgen and estrogen replacement therapy in over 1 million procedures:
  6. Writing Group for the Women’s Health Initiative Investigators: Risks and Benefits of Estrogen Plus Progestin in Healthy Postmenopausal Women:
  7. Holtorf, The bioidentical hormone debate: are bioidentical hormones (estradiol, estriol, and progesterone) safer or more efficacious than commonly used synthetic versions in hormone replacement therapy?:

Chapter 15

  1. Heimrich et al, What Determines That Older Adults Feel Younger Than They Are? Results From a Nationally Representative Study in Germany:
  2. Langer, Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility:
  3. Otin et al, Hallmarks of Aging: An expanding universe:
  4. Schumacher et al, The central role of DNA damage in the ageing process:
  5. Lopez-Otin et al, Hallmarks of aging: An expanding universe:
  6. Sellami et al, Regular, Intense Exercise Training as a Healthy Aging Lifestyle Strategy: Preventing DNA Damage, Telomere Shortening and Adverse DNA Methylation Changes Over a Lifetime:
  7. Karsono et al, Potential Antiaging Effects of DLBS1649, a Centella asiatica Bioactive Extract:
  8. Rio et al, Olive oil and the Hallmarks of Aging:
  9. Trujillo et al, Mitochondria as a target in the therapeutic properties of curcumin:
  10. Ahn et al, The anti-obesity effect of quercetin is mediated by the AMPK and MAPK signaling pathways:
  11. Kim et al, Curcumin activates AMPK and suppresses gluconeogenic gene expression in hepatoma cells:
  12. Schulthess et al, The Short Chain Fatty Acid Butyrate Imprints an Antimicrobial Program in Macrophages:
  13. Boccardi et al, Psychological Wellbeing and Healthy Aging: Focus on Telomeres:
  14. Daylari et al, Influence of various intensities of 528 Hz soundwave in production of testosterone in rat’s brain and analysis of behavioral changes:
  15. Sarolidou et al, Emotional expressions of the sick face:
  16. Schmauck-Medina et al, New hallmarks of ageing: a 2022 Copenhagen ageing meeting summary:
  17. Sarolidou et al, Emotional expressions of the sick face:
  18. Kligman et al, The psychology of appearance in the elderly:
  19. Chuang, Romantic Relationship Dissolution, Microbiota, and Fibers:

Chapter 16

  1. Liu et al, Inflammation: The Common Pathway of Stress-Related Diseases:
  2. Saeed et al, Miso: A traditional nutritious & healthendorsing fermented product:
  3. Krugman et al, Failure to Thrive:,diagnosed%20as%20failure%20to%20thrive
  4. Baha’u’llah, Hidden Words From the Arabic:
  5. Momeni et al, Can Resistance Exercise Be a Tool for Healthy Aging in Post-Menopausal Women with Type 1 Diabetes:
  6. Ibid
  7. Dhakal et al, Jarisch-Herxheimer Reaction:,Lyme%20disease%2C%20and%20relapsing%20fever.
  8. Kunutsor et al, Frequent sauna bathing may reduce the risk of pneumonia in middle-aged Caucasian men: The KIHD prospective cohort study:
  9. Maifeld et al, Fasting alters the gut microbiome reducing blood pressure and body weight in metabolic syndrome patients:
  10. Wang et al, The Effect of Fasting on Human Metabolism and Psychological Health:
  11. Ortiz et al, Effects of prolonged fasting on plasma cortisol and TH in postweaned northern elephant seal pups:
  12. Kalam et al, Effect of time-restricted eating on sex hormone levels in premenopausal and postmenopausal females:
  13. Hong et al, Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone as a Biomarker for Stress After Thyroid Surgery: A Prospective Cohort Study:
  14. Grundler et al, Excretion of Heavy Metals and Glyphosate in Urine and Hair Before and After Long-Term Fasting in Humans:
  15. Salah, Role of Intermittent Fasting on Improving Health and Reducing Diseases:
  16. Welton, Intermittent fasting and weight loss:
  17. Yuan et al, Effect of Intermittent Fasting Diet on Glucose and Lipid Metabolism and Insulin Resistance in Patients with Impaired Glucose and Lipid Metabolism: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis:
  18. Gudden et al, The Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Brain and Cognitive Function:
  19. Dong et al, Intermittent Fasting: A Heart Healthy Dietary Pattern:
  20. Marnewick et al, Chemoprotective properties of rooibos (Aspalathus linearis), honeybush (Cyclopia intermedia) herbal and green and black (Camellia sinensis) teas against cancer promotion induced by fumonisin B1 in rat liver:
  21. Cui et al, Berberine Regulates Treg/Th17 Balance to Treat Ulcerative Colitis Through Modulating the Gut Microbiota in the Colon:
  22. Memar et al, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: Antimicrobial mechanisms and clinical application for infections:
  23. Tarn et al, Antisense Oligonucleotide-Based Therapy for Viral Infections:
  24. Harapan et al, The role of ozone therapy in severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19):
  25. Ibid
  26. Rowen, Ozone therapy as a primary and sole treatment for acute bacterial infection: case report:
  27. Rangel et al, Potent Activity of a High Concentration of Chemical Ozone against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria:
  28. Liu et al, Intravenous high-dose vitamin C for the treatment of severe COVID-19: study protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial:
  29. Cimsit et al, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy as an anti-infective agent
  30. Zant et al, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy to treat lingering COVID-19 symptoms:
  31. Liao et al, Oligonucleotide Therapy for Obstructive and Restrictive Respiratory Diseases:
  32. Apostolou, Supportive Oligonucleotide Therapy (SOT) as a Potential Treatment for Viral Infections and Lyme Disease: Preliminary Results:
  33. Liu et al, Effects of Endocrine-Disrupting Heavy Metals on Human Health:
  34. Lin et al, Association between heavy metals exposure and infertility among American women aged 20-44 years: A cross-sectional analysis from 2013 to 2018 NHANES data:
  35. Byrne et al, Metals and Breast Cancer:
  36. Ali et al, Impact of Heavy Metals on Breast Cancer:
  37. Witkowska et al, Heavy Metals and Human Health: Possible Exposure Pathways and the Competition for Protein Binding Sites:
  38. Ryu et al, Influence of Toxicologically Relevant Metals on Human Epigenetic Regulation:
  39. Chang et al, Study on the relationship between age and the concentrations of heavy metal elements in bone:
  40. Schwalfenberg et al, Vitamin D, Essential Minerals, and Toxic Elements: Exploring Interactions between Nutrients and Toxicants in Clinical Medicine:
  41. Liu et al, Effects of Endocrine-Disrupting Heavy Metals on Human Health:
  42. Chen et al, Biological aging mediates the associations between urinary metals and osteoarthritis among US adults:
  43. Huat et al, Metal Toxicity Links to Alzheimer's Disease and Neuroinflammation:
  44. Kim et al, Heavy metal toxicity: An update of chelating therapeutic strategies:
  45. Moreno et al, Potential Role of Metal Chelation to Prevent the Cardiovascular Complications of Diabetes:
  46. Mustafa, Morphohistometric analysis of the effects of Coriandrum sativum on cortical and cerebellar neurotoxicity:
  48. International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS) Vol-2, Issue-9 Sept- 2015: Kulkarni et al.:
  49. Peters et al, Hallmarks of Environmental Insults:
  50. Marino et al, Pleiotropic Outcomes of Glyphosate Exposure: From Organ Damage to Effects on Inflammation, Cancer, Reproduction and Development:
  51. Costas-Ferreira et al, Toxic Effects of Glyphosate on the Nervous System: A Systematic Review:
  52. Yalcin et al, Spectroscopic contribution to glyphosate toxicity profile and the remedial effects of Momordica charantia:
  53. Mehany et al, Curcumin and vitamin C improve immunity of kidney via gene expression against diethyl nitrosamine induced nephrotoxicity in rats:In vivo and molecular docking studies:
  54. Tizhe et al, Influence of zinc supplementation on histopathological changes in the stomach, liver, kidney, brain, pancreas and spleen during subchronic exposure of Wistar rats to glyphosate:
  55. Yu et al, A specific circuit in the midbrain detects stress and induces restorative sleep:
  56. Yamamoto et al, Relationships Between Vitamin D, Gut Microbiome, and Systemic Autoimmunity:
  57. Belda et al, Impairment of gut microbial biotin metabolism and host biotin status in severe obesity: effect of biotin and prebiotic supplementation on improved metabolism:
  58. Ni et al, Drinking tea before menopause is associated with higher bone mineral density in postmenopausal women:
  59. Rolinec et al, The Effect of Coconut Oil Addition to Feed of Pigs on Rectal Microbial Diversity and Bacterial Abundance:
  60. Millman et al, Extra-virgin olive oil and the gut-brain axis: influence on gut microbiota, mucosal immunity, and cardiometabolic and cognitive health:
  61. Mohebitabar et al, Therapeutic efficacy of rose oil: A comprehensive review of clinical evidence:
  62. Lin et al, Anti-inflammatory and Skin Barrier Repair Effects of Topical Application of Some Plant Oils:
  63. Varma et al, In vitro anti-inflammatory and skin protective properties of Virgin Coconut oil:
  64. Romary et al, Liquid ozone therapies for the treatment of epithelial wounds: A systematic review and meta-analysis:
  65. Belkhelladi et al, Rosehip extract and wound healing: A review:
  66. Parikh et al, Dietary Flaxseed as a Strategy for Improving Human Health:
  67. Yang et al, Combination of tea polyphenols and proanthocyanidins prevents menopause-related memory decline in rats via increased hippocampal synaptic plasticity by inhibiting p38 MAPK and TNF-α pathway:
  68. Johnson et al, Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Menopause:
  69. Aleya et al, Phytoconstituent Profiles Associated with Relevant Antioxidant Potential and Variable Nutritive Effects of the Olive, Sweet Almond, and Black Mulberry Gemmotherapy Extracts:
  70. Fioranelli et al, Clinical Applications of System Regulation Medicine:
  71. Hu et al, The beneficial effects of intermittent fasting: an update on mechanism, and the role of circadian rhythm and gut microbiota:
  72. Sang et al, Dynamics and ecological reassembly of the human gut microbiome and the host metabolome in response to prolonged fasting:
  73. Gao et al, Functional fiber enhances the effect of every-other-day fasting on insulin sensitivity by regulating the gut microecosystem:
  74. Song et al, Kudzu Resistant Starch: An Effective Regulator of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus:
  75. Li et al, Green Banana Flour Contributes to Gut Microbiota Recovery and Improves Colonic Barrier Integrity in Mice Following Antibiotic Perturbation:
  76. Tonucci et al, Clinical application of probiotics in type 2 diabetes mellitus: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study:
  77. Kothari et al, Probiotic supplements might not be universally-effective and safe: A review:
  78. Xiao et al, Probiotic Bifidobacterium breve in Improving Cognitive Functions of Older Adults with Suspected Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial:
  79. Strasser et al, The Effects of Lifestyle and Diet on Gut Microbiota Composition, Inflammation and Muscle Performance in Our Aging Society:
  80. Raman et al, Isha yoga practices, vegan diet, and participation in Samyama meditation retreat: impact on the gut microbiome & metabolome – a non-randomized trial:
  81. Jia et al, Long-Term Vegan Meditation Improved Human Gut Microbiota:
  82. Merenstein et al, Emerging issues in probiotic safety: 2023 perspectives:
  83. Khavinson, Peptides and Aging:
  84. Kim et al, Mitochondrial-derived peptides in aging and age-related diseases:
  85. Sciacca et al, Semax, a Synthetic Regulatory Peptide, Affects Copper-Induced Abeta Aggregation and Amyloid Formation in Artificial Membrane Models:
  86. Xiao et al, Orally Targeted Delivery of Tripeptide KPV via Hyaluronic Acid-Functionalized Nanoparticles Efficiently Alleviates Ulcerative Colitis:
  87. Viennois et al, Critical Role of PepT1 in Promoting Colitis-Associated Cancer and Therapeutic Benefits of the Anti-inflammatory PepT1-Mediated Tripeptide KPV in a Murine Model:
  88. Zhu et al, SS-31, a Mitochondria-Targeting Peptide, Ameliorates Kidney Disease:
  89. Iyer et al, Evidence for a role of delta sleep-inducing peptide in slow-wave sleep and sleep-related growth hormone release in the rat:
  90. Lu et al, Cerebrolysin alleviates early brain injury after traumatic brain injury by inhibiting neuroinflammation and apoptosis via TLR signaling pathway:
  91. Sikiric et al, Brain-gut Axis and Pentadecapeptide BPC 157: Theoretical and Practical Implications:
  92. Scassellati et al, Ozone: a natural bioactive molecule with antioxidant property as potential new strategy in aging and in neurodegenerative disorders:
  93. Buyuklu et al, Beneficial Effects of Ozone Therapy on Oxidative Stress, Cardiac Functions and Clinical Findings in Patients with Heart Failure Reduced Ejection Fraction:
  94. Molinari et al, Ozone Autohemotherapy Induces Long-term Cerebral Metabolic Changes in Multiple Sclerosis Patients:
  95. Bocci, The Clinical Application of Ozonetherapy:
  96. Sawalhi et al, Modulation of age-related changes in oxidative stress markers and energy status in the rat heart and hippocampus: a significant role for ozone therapy:
  97. Gandin et al, Integrative role of plant mitochondria facing oxidative stress: The case of ozone:
  98. Tirelli et al, Ozone therapy in 65 patients with fibromyalgia: an effective therapy:
  99. Gottfried et al, Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment—From Mechanisms to Cognitive Improvement:
  100. Marcinkowska et al, Impact of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on Cognitive Functions: a Systematic Review:
  101. Hachmo et al, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases telomere length and decreases immunosenescence in isolated blood cells: a prospective trial:
  102. Vinkel et al, The Mechanisms of Action of Hyperbaric Oxygen in Restoring Host Homeostasis during Sepsis:
  103. Fu et al, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for healthy aging: From mechanisms to therapeutics:
  104. Ji et al, Recent advnaces in nanomedicine for photodynamic therapy (PDT)-driven cancer immunotherapy:
  105. Warrier et al, Photodynamic therapy to control microbial biofilms:
  106. Ferraresi et al, Low -level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) on muscle tissue: performance, fatigue and repair benefited by the power of light:
  107. Avci et al, Low-level Laser (light) therapy (LLLT) in skin: stimulating, healing restoring:
  108. Wickenheisser et al, Laser Light Therapy in Inflammatory, Musculoskeletal, and Autoimmune Disease:
  109. Spehar et al, Restoring aged stem cell functionality: Current progress and future directions:
  110. Schumacher et al, The central role of DNA damage in the ageing process:
  111. Chandran et al, Large-scale genomic study reveals robust activation of the immune system following advanced Inner Engineering meditation retreat:
  112. Epel et al, Can Meditation Slow Rate of Cellular Aging? Cognitive Stress, Mindfulness, and Telomeres:
  113. Conklin et al, Meditation, stress processes, and telomere biology:
  114. Yang et al, Susceptibility of Women to Cardiovascular Disease and the Prevention Potential of Mind–Body Intervention by Changes in Neural Circuits and Cardiovascular Physiology:
  115. Shree et al, Can yoga therapy stimulate stem cell trafficking from bone marrow:
  116. Gandin et al, Integrative role of plant mitochondria facing oxidative stress: The case of ozone:
  117. Chirumbolo et al, The Mito-Hormetic Mechanisms of Ozone in the Clearance of SARS-CoV2 and in the COVID-19 Therapy:
  118. Juchniewicz et al, Oxygen-Ozone (O2-O3) Therapy in Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD): A Review Study:
  119. Galie et al The Role of Nrf2 in the Antioxidant Cellular Response to Medical Ozone Exposure:
  120. Konig et al, Ozone high dose therapy (OHT) improves mitochondrial bioenergetics in peripheral blood mononuclear cells:
  121. Schottlender et al, Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment: Effects on Mitochondrial Function and Oxidative Stress:
  122. NanoVi® Technology: Overview of Clinical Studies:
  123. Aphale et al, Conventional Homeopathic Medicine and Its Relevance to Modern Medicine:
  124. Mohammadi et al, Homeopathic treatment for peripheral nerve regeneration: an experimental study in a rat sciatic nerve transection model:
  125. Dey et al, Symphytum officinale augments osteogenesis in human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells in vitro as they differentiate into osteoblasts:
  126. Belikan et al, Intramuscular Injection of Combined Calf Blood Compound (CFC) and Homeopathic Drug Tr14 Accelerates Muscle Regeneration In Vivo:
  127. Kaur et al, Randomised controlled trial to compare efficacy of standard care alone and in combination with homoeopathic treatment of moderate/severe COVID-19 cases:
  128. Olioso et al, Arnica montana effects on gene expression in a human macrophage cell line. Evaluation by quantitative Real-Time PCR:
  129. Latini et al, Medical ozone therapy in facet joint syndrome: an overview of sonoanatomy, ultrasound-guided injection techniques and potential mechanism of action:
  130. Scassellati et al, Ozone: a natural bioactive molecule with antioxidant property as potential new strategy in aging and in neurodegenerative disorders:
  131. Alves et al: A Review of Platelet-Rich Plasma: History, Biology, Mechanism of Action, and Classification:
  132. Dernek et al, Efficacy of combined ozone and platelet-rich-plasma treatment versus platelet-rich-plasma treatment alone in early stage knee osteoarthritis:
  133. Gage et al, Neural stem cells: generating and regenerating the brain:
  134. Nagamura-Inoue et al, Umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells: Their advantages and potential clinical utility:
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  136. Kumar et al, Stem cells: An overview with respect to cardiovascular and renal disease:
  137. Mueller et al, Age-related decline in the osteogenic potential of human bone marrow cells cultured in three-dimensional collagen sponges:
  138. Kanawa et al, Age-dependent decrease in the chondrogenic potential of human bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells expanded with fibroblast growth factor-2:
  139. Anker et al, Isolation of mesenchymal stem cells of fetal or maternal origin from human placenta:
  140. Nagamura-Inoue, Umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells: Their advantages and potential clinical utility:
  141. Vangsness Jr. et al, Umbilical Cord Tissue Offers the Greatest Number of Harvestable Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Research and Clinical Application: A Literature Review of Different Harvest Sites:
  142. Xie et al, What is the impact of human umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cell transplantation on clinical treatment?
  143. Rogers et al, Rationale for the clinical use of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells for COVID-19 patients:
  144. Basiri et al, Regenerative Medicine in COVID-19 Treatment: Real Opportunities and Range of Promises:
  145. Nagamura-Inoue et al, Umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells: Their advantages and potential clinical utility:
  146. Klontzas et al, Bone and cartilage regeneration with the use of umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells:
  147. Tadir et al, Light and Energy Based Therapeutics for Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause: Consensus and Controversies:
  148. Avci et al, Low-level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) in skin: stimulating, healing, restoring:
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  150. Ivanova et al, New Insights Into Blue Light Phototherapy in Experimental Trypanosoma cruzi Infection:
  151. Hu et al, Red-Light (670 nm) Therapy Reduces Mechanical Sensitivity and Neuronal Cell Death, and Alters Glial Responses after Spinal Cord Injury in Rats:
  152. Nussbaumer-Streit et al, Light therapy for preventing seasonal affective disorder:
  153. Musters et al, Phototherapy for atopic eczema:
  154. Fitzgerald et al, Potential reversal of biological age in women following an 8-week methylation -supportive diet and lifestyle program: a case series:
  155. Picard et al, Psychological Stress and Mitochondria: A Systematic Review:

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