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