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Is Alzheimer’s a Form of Diabetes?

Last month I got a little personal. This month I am taking you to the very cutting edge of  scientific thought. There

Three Words

Normally, since it’s February, I would write an article about romance and your sex life. Extolling women to understand the basic urges

Resolve to Stop Resolving

Rather than belabor the whole New Year’s Resolution thing I wanted to start out the new year with a top 5 stories

Holiday Health

As I write this in mid November sitting by the fireplace by the pool it’s such a nice almost summer like day that

Asprin … To Take or Not To Take

Today I take on aspirin. Why not? I have already talked about the overuse of statin drugs, the crazy dietary recommendations including salt

And They’re Off!

Maybe it’s just me but I think you should practice what you preach. Can you really take advice on weight loss from

Salt of the Earth

Having written about cholesterol and saturated fats I now turn the Eye of Sauron towards another perennial topic which is sodium restriction. Excessive

Medical Mythbusters

Sometimes that’s how I feel. I am by no means a lone voice crying out in the woods in talking about the

Chronic Care Management (CCM) You Want It & You Want It Now!

I have written separately about the way that Medicare and other insurance companies are going to change the way they reimburse doctors. The

Chasing Longevity

Some pundits opine that with advances in medicine the average life span can be extended to 120 . After all ,wasn’t the average