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The information we publish is based on the strict and implicit standards of Hippocratic Ethics and truth based on scientific evidence. We took this time honored standard and raised the bar even higher. It must be to serve all of us who are committed to optimum well being.

As a result, HON nominated us many years ago (1999) when they discovered we were hard working, straight forward, truthful researchers who were dedicated to enhancing Quality of Life Span© for people. HON's accreditation is the highest possible honor available on the Internet for science based or health care based web sites, and we are deeply honored.

HON's strict yet basic gauntlet of accreditation is, tell the truth, and be responsible with it; therefore honoring people in the highest order. There are many HGH web sites practicing deceptive advertising; or worse yet, harming people. They cannot have this trusted badge of honor on their site that assures you of truthful representation. AARL has been following HON's strict mandates long before 1999, when we received accreditation, and we promise you we always will.

Every graduating healthcare provider swears an oath which is based on the ancient philosopher and original healthcare provider, Hippocrates. The quick of it is frequently touted as, "Do no harm.". However, "Do no harm" in my opinion leaves a great deal of "creativity" or rationalization to someone with borderline ethics.

We stand for Quality of Life Span™.

It's not how long you live; it's how long you live well...

Robert Bohen

Robert Bohen - AARL Founder

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I vow to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:

I will above all, love and honor others to the best of my growing understanding as I am deeply loved and honored by God and others.

I will respect and give credit due, the hard-won scientific gains of those researchers in whose steps I gratefully walk, and gladly share such knowledge that is mine with those who are to follow.

I will for the benefit of all, advocate well being and Quality of Lifespan and use all measures and expense at my disposal to do what is in the best interest of all.

I will remember that there is an art to "examine the cause, not the symptom", understanding the aging process, human physiology, and listening well. Often, warmth, compassion, and understanding may be the greatest healer. It can outweigh a touted drug; the well intended practitioner who is overwhelmed in regulation and/or in fear of a litigious malpractice claim and/or loss of license, or the slick marketing of useless potions, pills and cures by unethical people.

Nor I will not be ashamed to say "I do not know," or will I fail to call on or refer my colleagues when the skills of another are needed.

I will respect the privacy of my clients, for their challenges are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most important, I tread with care in matters of their well being.

I will remember that I communicate with people in need and possess genuine concerns and fears regarding their well being or their loved one's. My responsibility includes compassion for these related challenges if I am to provide an honorable and effective service.

I will always advocate and instruct prevention of disease and proactive behaviors to ensure Quality od Lifespan whenever I can, for prevention and pro activity is preferable to cure.

My services do not replace medical consultations with qualified health professionals who practice and honor proactive, treat the cause, not the symptom, modalities of healing. My services do warn of modalities that unscrupulously advocate profit over treatment or of treat the symptom, not the cause, modalities.

I will remember that I remain as a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, to those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm and I remain forever blind to color, race or creed.

In honoring this oath, my life style will be an example to all as a precise representation of what I advocate; which is temperance, pro activity, honor, truth, balance, faith and Love.

May I live long, live well, and love well, and be respected by others while I live. May I leave an imprint of Love and compassion on each individual I meet, such that I am remembered with affection thereafter. May I long experience the joy and privilege of honoring those who seek my help.

In humility, may I always act so as to preserve the highest order of Honor, Loyalty, Duty, and Faith, while as a servant to mankind and a Light of God's Love.

Robert Bohen

Robert Bohen - AARL Founder

*Revised from the original written in 1964 by Louis Lasagna, Academic Dean of the School of Medicine at Tufts University.

whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things.

Apostle Paul


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