Apple cider vinegar advocate Paul Bragg was way ahead of his time. Continue reading Apples for Health
That double negative means by all means, resuscitate, no matter how long ago a heart attack occurred. Continue reading Do NOT / Do NOT Resuscitate
Patients with heart failure, which often is after damage has occurred to heart muscle following a heart attack, should avoid anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen and other herbal products like licorice, green tea, St. John’s wort and ginseng that may worsen symptoms. Continue reading In Heart Failure, Avoid Drugs Like Ibuprofen Says American Heart Assn.
What if the label on cigarette packages included all of the molecules found in their selected tobacco brand? Continue reading Are smokers aware there are 7000 chemicals in cigarettes?
Move over resveratrol. Pomegranate molecules could become the latest rage among longevity seekers. Continue reading First There Was Resveratrol; Now There Is Pomegranate
Elizabeth Holmes, the youngest female self-made billionaire founder of Theranos in 2003, a company that promised to be able to obtain 30 different health measures like cholesterol and hemoglobin from a drop of blood at a cost 50% less than the standard Medicare reimbursement rates ($98 billion in savings over a decade), is now worth nothing and has been banned from the field of blood analysis. Continue reading A Drop Of Blood: A Billionaire One Day, A Con Artist In The End
Well, The tongue-in-cheek Darwin Awards are for members of humanity who have given their lives to improve the species. Continue reading How To Get Yourself In Trouble Taking Dietary Supplements (This year’s CASIMIR FUNK AWARD)