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Molecular biologist, Dr. Bill Andrews, describes his experiences as an ultramarathon runner at the age of 65.

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Molecular biologist, Dr. Bill Andrews, of Sierra Sciences talks about the possibility of immortality.

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Molecular biologist and gerontologist, dr-bill-andrews-headshotDr. Bill Andrews, shares the best nutrition and supplements to achieve healthy longevity.

http://www.stormsession.com/news/2017/2/3/episode-005-dr-bill-andrews

Love & Kisses, the love trivia sequel is due for release on January 23, in plenty of time for Valentine’s Day!L&KFRONT (2)

Once we have found someone who find find to be sufficiently attractive, then we must take a look at the person’s attitudes. Are they similar to ours? The greater the similarity to ours, the greater the attraction and satisfaction in a long-term relationship. So what can we do to increase our chances of finding someone with similar attitudes?  Try frequenting places where you might find people of similar interests, like a coffee shop, gym or a class.

Look for my first column in the new magazine called Cover It. The column will cover the reasons why we fall in love with who we fall in love with consciously. For example, did you know that proximity is one of the biggest factors in choosing a mate? It explains why there are so many office romances!

The best way to determine the quality of a man is to evaluate his relationship with his mother. :Like mother, like son.” The mother-son connection determines to a great extent not only what sons think about themselves but also what they think about women in general.

I’m researching for the book I’m working on called Basking in the Light. It’s a thriller that revolves around two brothers who are mentally and emotionally messed up as a result of the relationship that they had with their mother. My research shows how important that initial bond is between mother and son, without sons are doomed to grow up as detached adults.

The good news is…there’s no need to worry about the mama’s boy. There a very good chance that he will grow up to be a healthy, happy and productive individual and that he will make a healthy partner for someone.

Bottom line moms, we can’t give too much love to our sons.

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Love Facts

To remain in love for a lifetime, therapists advise couples to listen actively to your partner, ask questions, give answers, appreciate, stay attractive, grow intellectually, include your partner, give him/her privacy, be honest and trustworthy, tell you mate what you need, accept his/her shortcomings, give respect, never threaten to leave, say “no” to adultery, don’t assume the relationship will last forever, and cultivate variety.