A Biomarker Can Predict Lethality Early Enough to Act

Two patients of, same age, same gender, same health conditions can have two different outcomes, especially with COVID-19. What tests could be given to determine which one is in more danger of death or recovery? To date, there are not … Continue reading

What One Thing is the Best Insurance for a Long Healthy Life?

A poster I used to have hanging on my wall when I was a young Naval Aviator stated – “Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of … Continue reading

Low Blood Pressure Might Indicate Higher Risk of Dementia in Older Adults

My wife invited me to watch a CBS 60 Minutes program she wandered into that was done in 2014 (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/living-into-your-90-60-minutes-2021-05-29/) that dealt with aging. I have written two books on longevity, and she felt it would be interesting to see … Continue reading

Are There Any Effective Treatments for Fibromyalgia?

I commuted over 40 miles to work in an earlier life. There was a medical program on the radio that I listened to most of the time. I remember the doctor discussing fibromyalgia. At that time, one thing that stood … Continue reading

Humanin Improves our Health and Longevity

I have written two books on longevity. It is a niche area that I love to research. Today, as I was looking for a topic to write about, I came across humanin. I know that human growth hormone and telomere … Continue reading

Routine Blood Test Predicts Mortality of Coronavirus

The standard Complete Blood Count (CBC) blood test that many of us get routinely can predict the severity and mortality of certain diseases, COVID-19 being one of them. https://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/complete-blood-count CBC Blood Test One of the tests performed when a patient … Continue reading

Psychological vs Physical Stress, Which is Worse?

All of us are stressed daily. It is something nearly impossible to avoid. Divorce, marriage, children, work, and money are the most common stressors people face. Juggling job requirements, family priorities, money crises, career advancement, educational concerns, elderly care worries … Continue reading