Slowly people are letting go of their love of NSAIDs (ibuprofen, ADVIL, Naproxen, NAPROSYN, etc). They are far from benign painkillers.
As modern humans we are bathed in electromagnetic fields, largely created by our own technology. Denying the possibility of health effects has been a dangerous, anti-scientific intellectual “disease”.
Few people are aware of the unique benefits and efficiency of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). Whether you are young or old, fit or frail, HIIT should be a key element in your regimen of physical activity.
Be wary of experts. Certainty creates and perpetuates ignorance. Expert “opinions” are usually influenced by self-interest, either monetary from one source or another, or self-interested because of the expert’s underlying prejudice.
Most of us look at the dates on the packaging. If you have looked at those dates, you have probably gotten confused.
Over just the last few months, a rash of unethical corporate behaviors, all in some way involving monetary influences on health care, have come to light. One was a disclosure about the Harvard Medical School showing that in the 1960s the sugar industry redirected researchers away from the conclusion that sugar contributed to heart disease. […]
This latest study of electromagnetic fields(EMF) and brain cancer is both heartening and worrisome. If, as this study shows, it is possible for electromagnetic fields to influence cancer, that means they CAN influence cancer.
Even those who criticize thoughtless adherence to the conventional medical party line, still mistakenly assume that conventional medicine is much more powerful than it really is.
We all agree that it is important to be careful about what we eat. The most important reason to be careful is not because of what we know. More important is what we don’t know.
The scientifically false pretense that vaccines are perfect will be maintained as long as dialog is suppressed. With my own hands I administer vaccinations, but I have a responsibility to ask my own questions while supporting parents in their right (and responsibility) to make carefully considered decisions for their children.