Are you content to sit in your easy chair while your ability to research and obtain objective health information is being restricted? The swift response by Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube to delete video testimonials by a group of physicians
Recent developments have made it much more difficult to obtain opinions and information about personal health that doesn’t conform to the standards and precepts promoted by conventional medicine, government officials, and the mainstream media.
The common notion that saturated fat and cholesterol are “bad” for our health began in the 1960s when the medical profession began to aggressively promote ideas such as the diet-heart hypothesis. Recently, this longstanding viewpoint is being challenged by several
Obesity is a major health concern that impacts millions worldwide, especially in North America, and this topic was covered in MarketWatch’s May 2017 article entitled, “The U.S. is the most obese nation in the world, just ahead of Mexico.” While
In 2014 the Centers for Disease Control reported that boys were almost 5 times (1 in 42 boys versus 1 in 189 girls) more susceptible to autism spectrum disorder than girls. According to Cambridge University researcher Simon Baron-Cohen, medical science
From the youngest infant to the oldest adult, most people face an uphill battle in neutralizing toxins because they are sulfur-deficient. Amyloid plaque in the blood brain barrier hinders our ability to remember who we are and may be a
In 2012 the CDC reported that autism now affects 1 in 88 children in the United States. While the report was based on 4-year-old data, it’s clear that autism is a major health concern.