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Posted September 18, 2013: by Bill Sardi
Today’s health news headline emanating from Great Britain is that childhood asthma rates have soared for the past 50 years, doubling over that time. About 1.1 million British youngsters and an additional 4.2 million adults have asthma – with 1400 asthmatics dying annually.
This means something that began happening in the 1960s continues today with devastating consequences. It has to be environmentally induced, not naturally occurring. This means a long standing epidemic can exist within a modern human population and the medical community appears oblivious, even powerless to understand or stop it.
Posted September 14, 2013: by Bill Sardi
The one-way trip has been scheduled. The lift-off from Earth is scheduled for a date in 2022 with arrival on the planet Mars seven months later in 2023. Over 200,000 venturesome planet colonists have already applied for the 40 who will be selected and trained as the first interplanetary travelers. The precarious 210-Earth day trip will cost an anticipated $6 billion to prepare for, totally privately funded, which includes landing of pre-habitation supply pods and rovers that will set down a selected colonization site on the surface of Mars beginning in 2016.
Posted September 11, 2013: by Bill Sardi
Investigators at Tufts University display striking images of the human brain when it is deficient in vitamin B12. Brain scans show fluid-filled spaces at the center of a shrinking B-12 deficient brain – literally holes in the brain.
A prior study showed that high-dose B vitamins (800 mcg folic acid, 20 mg vitamin B6, 500 micrograms of vitamin B12) slows the rate of shrinkage in the human brain, and more demonstrably reduces (by 7 times) shrinkage of grey matter in the brain.
This study, published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, is more striking because of the photographic images of a shrinking brain accompanied by mental tests which confirms loss of thinking ability as the brain shrinks in size.
Lack of absorption of dietary and supplemental vitamin B12 due to progressive inability to produce stomach acid is cited as a growing concern. Therefore, it may be that widespread H. pylori infection, which is prevalent in more than half of the US population, could be a parallel facto as H. pylori shuts down production of stomach acid.
Another concern is that the most often used anti-diabetic drug, metformin, depletes the body of vitamin B12. Metformin use has been associated with declining mental function. ©2013 Bill Sardi, Knowledge of Health, Inc.
Posted September 10, 2013: by Bill Sardi
You can read the abstract of their report for yourself, as published in the Molecular Aspects Of Medicine journal, published online August 29, 2013. University of Nebraska Medical Center researchers say estrogen imbalance promotes breast cancer. DNA adducts are formed, which is a piece of DNA bonded to a cancer-causing chemical.
These researchers say “the dietary supplements resveratrol and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) can act as cancer preventing agents by keeping estrogen metabolism balanced.” These are inexpenstive and could prevent “many of the prevalent types of human cancer,” they say.
Posted September 3, 2013: by Bill Sardi
This is a re-creation of a typical day at a busy American hospital.
The surgical schedule is packed today and all 8 surgical suites will be operating from 7 AM to 7 PM.
In operating room #1 is Dr. John Q, is a distinguished orthopedic surgeon, having a Mayo Clinic degree and many published papers. There are no complaints at the State Medical Board regarding Dr. John Q.
Posted August 25, 2013: by Bill Sardi
What’s Best To Prevent Colds Or The Flu Or Infections In General:
Answer: None Of The Above
More infection may emanate from within the body than without.
Posted August 20, 2013: by Bill Sardi
While many Americans mistakenly believe they will not live as long others in their age group, Americans are more likely to live two to three decades beyond the typical date of retirement (age 65) even without the aid of predicted new advances in medical technology intended to slow the rate of aging.
About 46 percent of pre-retirees think they will not live as long as the average person their age and gender, according to the recently published Society of Actuaries’ Retirement Risk Survey that compared respondents’ estimates of personal life expectancy to those of the population as a whole.
But strikingly, according to the above report, approximately half the population will live longer than their average life expectancy.
Posted August 18, 2013: by Bill Sardi
How about these numbers?
In fact, the nation’s financial numbers are a fabrication.
Posted August 16, 2013: by Bill Sardi
In the looming era of the Affordable Care Act, where all medical technologies must be validated scientifically or billings for medicines, devices or services will not be fully reimbursed, modern medicine is struggling to substantiate its many therapies.
An example is a recent study published in The American Journal of Medicine. Researchers attempted to blame the inability to demonstrate reduction in cardiovascular death over a period of 4 years on poor patient compliance.
Less than half of these high-risk patients (48.2%) fully adhered to medication regimens.
Posted August 15, 2013: by Bill Sardi
RADIO BROADCAST KLAV-1230AM, Las Vegas, NV, August 15,2013
If there is any doctor listening out there…
I read your best medical journals, as I’m sure you do.
I know the difference between statistical and clinical improvements.
I know that the central focus of modern medicine in the past four decades, cholesterol reduction with statin drugs, has not significantly lowered mortality among high-risk or healthy adults (if you don’t believe what I just said, then check the bulletin just issued in the Journal of the American Medical Association). Harvard Dr. John Abramson, author of Overdosed America, has also documented that fact among healthy adults. The alarming part of the newly issued AMA bulletin is that the assumed benefits of lowering mortality among high-risk statin drug users has also been a false assumption.