An Unexpected Result in Alzheimer’s Testing May Result in New Blood Pressure Drug

Over one hundred million Americans have high blood pressure (hypertension) that is their systolic blood pressure is above 130 mm Hg, or their diastolic blood pressure is over 80 mm Hg – https://www.healthline.com/health/high-blood-pressure-hypertension Just a few years ago, high blood … Continue reading

Significant Health Lessons I Learned While Watching NCIS

I have been watching a little television during my COVID vacation. I usually work in my office until around 9 pm and then head downstairs to unwind before bedtime. My wife and I have been watching earlier episodes of NCIS … Continue reading

Want to Know About Type 1.5 or Type 3, or Type 4 Diabetes?

I have heard of Type I and Type II diabetes, but I came across an article today talking about Type 1.5. I know that scientists have been calling Alzheimer’s disease Type III disease for a while. Type 4 diabetes was … Continue reading

Is Turning Off the Key to Cancer as Easy as This?

Cancer can be devastating, especially when not detected early. I believe everyone knows someone who had cancer and died from it. My wife had breast cancer several years ago. It was caught early and treated. She survived that experience and … Continue reading

Nearly 90% of People Die from Widowmaker Heart Attack

The left anterior descending artery (LAD) supplies most of the blood to your heart. When plaque blocks the LAD, blood flow stops, and a heart attack can be eminent. Widowmaker is a term used to describe a heart attack that … Continue reading

How to Slow Down Aging

Several years ago, I researched aging and longevity. What causes people to age? That was the question I wanted to be answered. I found two primary causes that slow down the aging process. I discovered several factors that can speed … Continue reading

Comparing Coronavirus Deaths to Cancer is Revealing

A day does not go by that we are not reminded of the escalating increases of COVID-19 cases, or the tragedy of hospitals overwhelmed with new ICU patients, or the death rates that are at or above the daily highs … Continue reading

Heart Attack & Stroke Risk Reduced by One Pill

News today indicates that a single pill can reduce heart attack and stroke. It is called a polypill. It contains several generic blood pressure and cholesterol medications. The Polypill Announcement https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/pill-polypill-stroke-heart-attack/2020/11/17/id/997390/ Four drugs – Simvastatin (a cholesterol-lowering drug), Atenolol (a … Continue reading

Reversing Atherosclerosis Possible?

Fatty deposits can clog your arteries and create future cardiovascular issues – coronary heart disease, angina, carotid artery disease, peripheral artery disease, and even chronic kidney disease. These fatty deposits can be made up of cholesterol, calcium, fibrin, and cellular … Continue reading

Medicine or Lifestyle to Live Longer with Diabetes

Ten percent of Americans have type 2 diabetes. How serious is type 2 diabetes?https://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/40/3/338#:~:text=There%20were%2040%2C286%20deaths%20among,years)%20(Table%202) A little over 42 people out of one thousand die because of type 2 diabetes. A person without diabetes would expect to be in a group … Continue reading