Evidence-Based Medicine

The latest thing in medicine is the ‘fact’ that all medicine is based on solid, scientific evidence. Excuse me? At least 70% of all medical practice has no scientific basis, relying instead on tradition, rumor and best guess. Meanwhile,

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The Case of the Sun Screen Killer

Some years back, about forty or so, the medicos labeled the sun as an enemy agent. We all needed to slather on sun screen all day, every day, or risk dying of melanoma in slightly more than a trice. If, like me, you’ve lost a loved one to melanoma, you reacted quickly and positively, making…

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Treadmills

If you belong to the longer-is-better-on-the treadmill school of thought, you might want to reconsider. And if long distance running takes your time, you really need to think it through. Especially if you buy into the idea of high carb fueling.

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Terminology of Disease and Aging

People in the health biz throw around the lingo as if everybody has a clue. Well, some do, but some don’t. And even those that have heard the lingo might recognize the word without understanding its meaning. So, lets talk some terminology.

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Exercise Can Kill You

Exercise can kill you. Well, so can lots of other things, but people tout exercise as all good, all the time. Before couch potatoes get excited here, life as an inanimate object doesn’t get excellent results either.

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Am I AWOL?

I’m sorry about slowing down in my blog posts. It’s not about any AWOL action, but about writing an e-book for my “Moving To Health” program that will open as soon as the infrastructure is solid.

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TSH Scenarios

We have before us multiple scenarios, all of which start and end in the same place. (This is going to be a tad long, so grab a cup of coffee to see you through to the end.) The adventure starts when you drag into the doctor’s office complaining about weight gain, extreme fatigue, thinning hair,…

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