I'm been tracking multiple newsfeeds, and adding Newsmax to my information diet has made my life interesting. As a Conservative newsfeed, it doesn't seem to give me that much of a different view politically. But it certainly sells me hard on medical news, which makes me wonder if being Conservative is a health risk. A …
“When you’re in pain and terrified of dying, you don’t want to read a long book full of statistics. My goal is to give patients four basic guidelines that will lower their chances of dying.
Anyone will tell you that tap water is the cheapest option, but clearly many people want more from their water than not developing a parasite.
My concern about skin biopsies has always been that by the time you've got the results the cancer may have spread.
If it causes inflammation, and has been linked cancer, then that's a problem we should all be concerned about. Especially if it's an additive to health foods like Stonyfield, Dean Foods, Hain Celestial, etc.
Chances are they don't have to test for it and no systemic studies have been done
Anyone telling you differently must be an anti-GMO propagandist...Now the UN has joined in the discussion, reclassifying glyphosate as a carcinogen
While I have no doubt that the people involved did the things documented, I am at a loss on how to replicate the benefits they received.
Schizophrenics were much more likely to die in middle age of cancer than the general population
Maybe we need to rethink the whole process, and ask harder questions.