TORONTO, Sept. 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Media are invited to contact Canada's leading expert on telomere health in reaction to a breakthrough study released today.
What: Dr. Elaine Chin tests telomeres in Canada: New U.S. study by Dr. Dean Ornish proves lifestyle changes can lengthen telomeres.
This is the first study to show lifestyle changes might lengthen telomeres.
Shortened telomeres are recognized prognostic markers of ageing, disease, and premature death.
Who: Dr. Elaine Chin is the founder of Executive Health Centre, a Toronto clinic leading the way in telomere testing in North America.
When: Dr. Chin is available for interviews in response to the breakthrough Lancet-published study today showing lifestyle changes can improve telomere length - and reverse cellular aging.
Her clinic's health programs include telomere testing and monitoring and are designed to help clients live healthier and longer than ever before through lifestyle change.
SOURCE: Executive Health Centre
For further information:
For more information and interviews, contact: Louise Carter at
[email protected] or call 416-222-5880