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What Happens (At the Cellular Level) That Causes Aging?

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In today's featured video from, Dr. Ed Park, an expert in stem cells and telomerase, discusses what aging is and what is happening at the cellular level that causes our bodies to slowly break down and age over time.

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About Ed Park MD, MPH

Dr. Ed Park, author of Telomere Timebombs–Defusing the Terror of Aging, is an expert in telomeres and telomerase activation medicine and is the founder of Recharge Biomedical in Orange County, California.

A California native, Dr. Park graduated from Harvard University in 1989 with a degree in Biological Anthropology. He earned his MD from Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons and his Masters of Public Health (MPH) from Columbia School of Public Health in 1993.
For more information on Dr. Park's research, go to To learn more about his book Telomere Timebombs–Defusing the Terror of Aging, that provides a revolutionary and simple way to think about aging and health, visit

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