One Size Does Not Fit All When It Comes to Pandemic Applications

This week, Columbia University and Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center researchers reported their assessment of the newly approved COVID-19 booster shot. Unfortunately, the recent release by the FDA of the newest booster shot is not improving our chances of becoming … Continue reading

Do Laboratory Results Mean Success When Given to Humans?

Sometimes the results obtained in the laboratory do not translate to the real world of the human body. For example, this week, a report published in the journal, Virulence discussed thapsigargin (TG), a molecule found in the thapsia plant, also … Continue reading

The Process I Use to Write and Publish Over 500 Articles

I have written over 1,500 blogs and articles over the past several years. I started out writing a daily blog with the goal of writing 365 blogs in 365 days. I missed writing and publishing a blog to my website … Continue reading

Does it Always Have to be the Worst-Case Scenario?

Hurricane Marco came and went. Hurricane Laura will make landfall tonight. All I hear is doom and gloom when forced to watch a little of the television weather guessers talk about an unsurvivable storm surge. Years ago, facts were mostly … Continue reading

Startling News on Immune System Regeneration

A study late last year is out of the University of Southern California presents new information on how to maximize our immune systems in a very short time. It was an update of a similar study performed in 2014. Participants … Continue reading

A Tree That Fights Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Many of us are tired. We seem to live a lifestyle that overloads us with self-inflicted demands and the drama of others. A little over three percent of Americans have a disease called myalgic encephalomyelitis. It is also known as … Continue reading

When Was The Last Time You…

When was the last time you did something you have never done before in your life? Bungee jumping, zip-line, walking on hot coals, parachuting, white-water rafting, riding along in a police car, starting a fire without matches – you get … Continue reading