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Posted January 12, 2017: by Bill Sardi
During a tumultuous period of turnover of federal agencies just prior to the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, the Federal Trade Commission appears to be taking a final shot at a company that in 2009 needled forgetful government officials who didn’t pay their taxes on time.
Posted January 11, 2017: by Bill Sardi
In recent weeks the world has learned the news media creates fake news and/or completely shuns significant news stories to match its own politically correct agendas. So an unequivocal cure for a major brain disease goes unreported. Shame on CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, the BBC, Reuters, Associated Press and the New York Times.
For a disease considered incurable, a physician in Italy has begun to provide a common B vitamin to successfully treat a debilitating motor-nerve disease commonly known as Parkinson’s disease. The importance of this startling discovery has escaped major news outlets. It should be heralded on television and in newspapers worldwide. But it has only been reported by an obscure European news source. [Ultima Edizione.eu] (Be sure to click the before-and-after video tabs.)
Posted December 29, 2016: by Bill Sardi
There are a lot of crossed wires in modern medicine these days. At the speed modern society is moving, futurist Ray Kurzweil says there is an exponential increase in knowledge that means humanity should be able to cure every disease by the year 2030 or even sooner. [San Diego Union-Tribune]
Posted December 9, 2016: by Bill Sardi
The shocking study was published in LANCET ONCOLOGY in September of this year and was reported by a limited number of news sources. Guardian Aug 30, 2016] Most were obscure online portals. [ChristianTruther.com Aug 7, 2016; The Free Thought Project Sept 3, 2016; Opposing Views Sept 6, 2016; What Doctors Don’t Tell You Sept 6, 2016] But alternate news sources were apparently drowned out by the recent Presidential election in the USA. Absent were CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, Reuters, The Associated Press — the major news media.
Posted November 28, 2016: by Bill Sardi
The aging male faces loss of muscle mass (sarcopenia) in his 7th and particularly 8th decade of life to the point where a man cannot push himself out of a chair to stand up. We see men (and women) using a walker as they age and that is unnecessary if physical activity is maintained and meals are comprised of 20 grams of protein or more per day.
A published monograph is worth reading for instruction. [Current Opinion Clinical Nutrition Metabolic Care Jan 2009]
Posted November 21, 2016: by Bill Sardi
Sophia Loren, Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren, Christie Brinkley, Jane Fonda – they appear to be ageless women.
At least for females, the quest to remain young cosmetically far exceeds the desire to remain youthful biologically, though the two should not be separated.
A woman doesn’t have to grow old any longer, at least not cosmetically.
Posted November 19, 2016: by Bill Sardi
I have often wanted to deliver a speech to graduating high school seniors about the land mines and traps that lay ahead of them. Alcoholism, divorce (50% now divorced), illicit drugs, even food addiction.
Posted November 16, 2016: by Bill Sardi
The Statin Drug Shepherds Mislead The Sheep Again
Sheep have a strong instinct to follow the sheep in front of them. If one sheep in a large flock begins to bolt and run in a different direction the rest may follow. There is no question there is a statin-compliant patient who dutifully follows their doctor’s instructions without question and the rest follow. There is an overly loyal patient pool that follows the orders issue by their self-serving doctors.
Posted November 12, 2016: by Bill Sardi
When an iconic source of information in modern medicine, The New England Journal of Medicine, publishes a report saying Americans don’t need more vitamin D, contrary to many other published reports, how is the public to sort out this scientific debate?
According to the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) report only 6% of Americans are vitamin D deficient. The NEJM claims too much vitamin D can lead to a slew of health problem that includes constipation, abnormal heart rhythm and kidney stones. [New England Journal Medicine Nov 10, 2016]
Posted November 9, 2016: by Bill Sardi
Written by the NY Times acclaimed health writer Gina Kolata, an article in the New York Times reports a recent survey reveals three-quarters of participants believe obesity results from lack of willpower and that diet and exercise are in order. [NY Times Nov 1, 2016]