What 7 Things Scientists Learned About Living Beyond 90 Years of Age

Seven years ago, Lesley Stahl hosted a CBS 60 Minutes broadcast about what factors determine which of us will live past ninety years of age. A questionnaire was completed by 14,000 people in 1981 that was highly detailed about their … Continue reading

Two Options to Reduce Likelihood of Second Heart Attack

One in five people will be admitted to a hospital for a second heart attack within five years of their first one. Albert Einstein is credited with saying, “Insanity is doing the same things repeatedly and expecting new results.” Why … 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

Coffee, Cancer and California

Today, a Los Angeles judge ruled coffee in California needs to be labeled as a potential cause of cancer. In 2010, a lawsuit was brought by the Council for Education and Research on Toxics against coffee roasters, distributors, and retailers. … Continue reading

Coffee – Any Real Health Value?

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine explored coffee and its relationship to mortality. Coffee drinkers compared to non-coffee drinkers had a lower risk of death from all sources. One cup/day to six or more cups/day yielded … Continue reading