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160. Selection of Aging Biomarkers in Primates
161. Review of Evidence for Determining Your Vitamin C Dosage
162. The Supplements People Choose
163. Pilot Studies to find quantitative effects of meditation

164. Background for a consensus on the value of consuming vitamin C and E supplements

165. Design for a study to determine optimal dosage of ascorbic acid and alpha-tocopherol in humans
166. Vitamin C Twice a Day Enhances Health
167. Pilot Study for an age and gender-based nutrient signaling system for weight control
168A. Evidence to Review Your Vitamin C Dosage
168B. More Evidence to Review Your Vitamin C Dosage
169. 2g vitamin C BID prevents superficial bladder carcinoma
173. The Teaberry Trial (blueberries and green tea) X   X
174. Sugartown - steps to extend healthspan X   X
175. Clinical Trial to Find An Oral Dosage of Vitamin C That May Prevent Recurrence of Superficial Bladder Carcinoma
Roc's theories of human aging