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”.
The bottom line is that there is very good justification for optimism and taking steps beyond the usual care. Bad things happen, but radical remission is not only possible, it is, to some degree, predictable and founded upon these essential health habits. Maybe most importantly, these behaviors enhance the quality of our lives. The essential health habits are not dramatic. Their impact IS. They are powerful. They are irreplaceable. Whether the time remaining is short or long, we should all pursue them.
If you have been reading my thoughts for some time, you know that I am not a big advocate of mammograms. I really wish they would do the job they are supposed to do, but they just don’t. Another study appeared recently, documenting the unpleasant consequences of well-intentioned mammographic screening. It is not the […]
If you read about vitamin supplements you must be confused. Actually, it would be hard not to be. Vitamins are, by definition, essential to health. Studies of hundreds of millions of people confirm that truth. However, a rash of recent studies have linked taking vitamin supplements to higher rates of a variety of diseases, especially […]
Many medications are available only by prescription (unless you own a computer or travel to another country). That is because of the risks that accompany their use. When drugs become available we tend to believe that availability is some sort of certification that they are safe, and weak compared to prescription meds. Not true. Recent […]
Dear Patients, I am sorry that this email has to be so long. My sadness that it is necessary is, of course, far greater. Also, please do review this material carefully, as I am unable to respond to the very large volume of emails and phone calls that we have been receiving. Reviewing my previous […]
We are bathed in all kinds of invisible energies. From cosmic rays to radio waves, we have no choice in the matter. Well, we do have some choice, but not much. In the 1960’s my father was a computer whiz. He deliberately flunked out of college so that he could leave and join the Navy. […]
The technological advances of humanity have dramatically changed our lives. They continue to do so in both good and bad ways. The leading cause of death today, cardiovascular disease, is so prevalent because we eat too much of the wrong food and we are not as physically active as human bodies are accustomed to being. […]
Unfortunately, the average person places far too much trust in the pronouncements of the medical establishment, not recognizing that these are simply opinions of a group of individuals. Those individuals are often considered to be experts, but therein lies the rub. Experts often hoe a narrow furrow. That is, they often possess a deep but […]