Would You Believe that ‘Stayin’ Alive’ is Becoming a Theme Song for Many?

I was driving to a Veteran’s Breakfast this morning and surfing the dial when I heard a few seconds of Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees (1977 movie, Saturday Night Fever). I kept humming it and adding verses that I … Continue reading

Is Today a Good Day to Die – Or Enter the Hospital?

It is funny how things flow in and out of our brains. Some days you might get a lyric in your brain that refuses to leave. Another day, a line from a movie might be every present – “I’m gonna … Continue reading

New Parkinson’s Treatment May Have Healing Insights for Cancer

I research the cellular level of the body, looking for cause and effect relationships. Treat a cause and fix a problem. Treat a symptom and always treat that symptom. It appears that a process used to treat Parkinson’s might enhance … Continue reading

You Are What You Eat, and So is Your Immune System

In the pandemic world, our immune system can mean the difference between being hospitalized or not. Many people caught coronavirus and never had any symptoms. Scientists conclude that the immune system is primarily responsible for the severity of coronavirus and … Continue reading

Can Soft Drinks Wreck Your Immune System?

Attention is being given to our immune system in this past pandemic year. Some people have no symptoms from the virus, and others suffer and must be hospitalized. One of the problems is preexisting conditions – challenges to health in … Continue reading

Disease – 6 Pathways You Must Know About

I use the word ‘stride’ as my reminder for each of the ways a disease starts in the body. Each letter stands for a different pathway. Our bodies fight off the invaders, but sometimes we allow things in our control … Continue reading

Control Blood Sugar and Extend Your Life

Blood sugar levels rise in response to the carbohydrates and sugars we eat. Insulin is secreted by the pancreas to control glucose levels. Glucose is stored as glycogen and used to fuel our bodies. Excess glucose is converted to triglycerides … Continue reading

First COVID-19, Then Riots, Next?

For the past few months, the daily onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic has occupied prime space in media. It must instill fear and trepidation to qualify as a ‘news’ story. Sometimes, it is news. Sometimes, it is the believed opinion … Continue reading

6 Things Must You Do to Add 10 Healthy Years to Your Life

Studies on longevity have concluded that it is very possible and even probable that correcting unhealthy lifestyle habits at the age of 50 can add at least 10 healthy years to your life expectancy. Six actions to improve health and … Continue reading

Let It Go! Before the End of the Pandemic

We have been quarantined or restricted from what used to be our normal lifestyle. It is frustrating and irritating at times. We get stressed, even being at home all day. Stress is a major cause of future disease. Release stress … Continue reading