a few things i’ve came across over the years that seem to stand out to me.
https://www.lybrate.com/topic/borax-benefits-and-side-effects “Fruits like apples, oranges, red grapes, pears, plums, kiwis, sultanas, dates, as well as certain vegetables, avocado, soybeans, and nuts are rich sources of boron. Other notable sources of Boron are chickpeas, hazelnuts, currants, peanut butter, red kidney beans, tomato, lentils, olive, onion, potato wine, and beer. “
- Folic acid intake – if i remember right cancerous cells use 1000x more folic acid than other cells to grow so its a pretty good delivery system for something that attaches to it and can detect cancer when it gets there to deliver an edible payload. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folate_targeting
- gold nano particles heated up
- To reduce hemmoraging drink alcohol, might be a good idea to put vodka in first aid kits for head injurys.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid_breathing liquid air fluid for medical applications can be used for H2S victims. (not sure but sometimes there is nothing left to save) could be the reason they remove breathing oxygen from oilfield ambulance units(requires special training)
- liquid air breathing gelly through skin might be something for the future too.
- tolemere length can affect the aging process.
- living in cold climates can keep you younger
- cryogenics can damage cells by freezing and expanding too much making them unusable.
- insulin can be grown in yogurt cultures and eaten. not sure if its good for the food processing organs though.
- high salt intake can increase risk of diabetes.
- hospital improvements could include more UV lights for killing bacteria / viruses and germs on common surfaces.
- Patch Adams (1998) – volunteer clinique inspiration for running non profit hospitals.
COPD lung research
- type of vitamin A suppliment.
- hookers that are immune to aids have special ability that was studied many years back.
- bonemarrow transplants are a current area of study.
- fungus from trees can be lethal to those with aids