(November 23, 2011 Los Angeles, CA) — Dr. Shui Yin Lo, Ph.D, will present his research on a new solid phase of water and its benefits on neutralizing EMR-related blood viscosity at the 19th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging and Aesthetic Medicine (A4M) on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 3:45 p.m. at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
Dr. Lo will explain how this solid phase of water, called Stable Water Clusters, facilitates the body’s self-healing mechanism by realigning the Meridian system. The pre-conference workshop, titled “Double Helix Water- A fundamental physics discovery may be a breakthrough in neutralizing EMR-related blood viscosity” will revolutionize our thinking about the body’s ability to heal and prevent against age-related disease.
A4M, the most prestigious and largest anti-aging conference in the world, is attended by thousands of physicians from every medical discipline seeking to incorporate applications of advanced biomedical technologies focused on the early detection, prevention and treatment of age-related disease. As one of the fastest growing medical fields, A4M provides an understanding of the anti-aging medical movement and how this exciting field offers a pro-active model for accessible, prevention-based healthcare for all.
A4M Events and Conferences are the only anti-aging conferences and exhibitions officially sanctioned and sponsored by the organization that created the anti-aging medical movement, the A4M.
Visitors to the A4M Congress are encouraged to witness the effects that Stable Water Clusters have on their own Meridian system through the use of thermal body imaging at the Double Helix Water booth at Hall B, booth 9020/9022. As Double Helix Water is comprised of Stable Water Clusters, it can help build bridges over blockages and realign the energy flow, letting the body restore its natural balance.