Lana Yang - USA

Main representative for IAEWP to the UN

Lana Yang is a freelance business development consultant in the global pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Lana is trained in cell and molecular biology, clinical pharmacology, clinical research, new products development and marketing research. She is familiar with the biotechnology of monoclonal antibody, recombinant DNA, and the US FDA regulatory requirements of GLP, cGMP and GCP. She has been pivotally involved in all phases of clinical trials, three New Drug Applications, as well as market research, strategic planning, portfolio management and assessment of licensing opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry.

Lana was born in China; she studied Chinese Literature and Fine Art in Taiwan before moving to the United States to continue her undergraduate and graduate education. She has a B.S. in biology and a M.S. in physiology and pharmacology from the School of Medicine, University of California in San Diego. She has trained with two Nobel Laureates in medicine, as well as several pioneer scientists in cell and molecular biology. Lana has completed the studies in Business Management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and follows the world economics closely.

Lana lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She is a United Nations representative for IAEWP, the International Association of Educators for World Peace. Her email address is:

LanaYang@comcast.net

 

Positive Side Effects of anti ageing is to stay mentally and physically healthy

The world is ageing. When we pass 45 years old, we frequently feel tired more easily, gain weight more easily and cannot sleep well.

Healthcare expenses in the US is 1.3 Trillion dollars, most of which was spent in caring for elderly and treating chronic illnesses such as arthritis, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

The purpose of anti-ageing is to retard the ageing process through effective management of health status in order to stay mentally and physically healthy so we can stay productive and enjoy life for many more years.

Here are some important remedies:

Mind:

Donít hold negative thoughts that may compromise the immune system.

Exercise:

Exercise daily, walk 45 minutes a day will do.

Diet:

Low caloric intake is the only factor which has been correlated to longevity. Donít drink alcohol just before bed time. One will wake up tired.

Hormones:

Men: Testosterone decline in men causes muscle loss, fat gain, higher cholesterol, higher blood suger (Type II diabetes), memory loss, energy deprivation, abdominal circumference.

Women: Estrogen decline in women causes hot flash, fat gain, higher cholesterol, higher blood sugar, memory loss.

Chronic Fatigue and pain: Thyroid hormone deficiency can also be responsible for carpel tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. The laboratory normal range is often too low for some individuals.

Some Essential Supplements:

Omega-3, Vitamin B, Iodine.

For better sleep: Melatonin.

For the heart and circulation: Co Q10.

Bones: Parathyroid hormone, and Vit D can reverse OA