How Much is It Worth to You?

I flew to Rota, Spain, to perform my two weeks of active duty with the Navy Reserves during the summer of 1975. I was in VP-91which was based out of Moffatt Field, CA. Our schedule cycle was a Duty, Ready … Continue reading

Half of the Deaths from Heart Attacks Had Ideal Cholesterol Readings

Cholesterol is needed to maintain healthy cell membranes, build hormones like progesterone, estrogen, cortisol, and testosterone, and serve as the precursor 7-dehydrocholesterol for vitamin D creation in the skin. However, oxidized cholesterol is a different animal and can be a … Continue reading

On a Personal Note, It Started on a Wednesday 53 Years Ago

Wednesday evening, July 3rd, 1968, Marilyn Ann Huggins and I were married in Violet, Texas. Tomorrow it will be 635 weeks, 19,357 days, over 460,000 hours, 27.87 million minutes, or 1.67 billion seconds since we became man and wife. We … Continue reading

How Safe Are Kids in This Pandemic?

Two factors in a pandemic that grab everyone’s attention are the mortality and infectiousness of a disease. Diseases such as Ebola, Cholera, and bubonic plague are listed in the Top Ten or Top Twenty Pandemics. They spread quickly and killed … Continue reading

This Simple Mineral Can Save Lives and Suffering

Hundreds of functions in the human body require zinc. This same mineral has shown impressive results in recent studies of people hospitalized with coronavirus. COVID-19 Severity Predictor https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/can-zinc-levels-predict-covid-19-severity A recent study conducted in Spain showed coronavirus patients with high levels … Continue reading

Health Headlines – Real Alarms, Myths, or Something in Between

I noticed a couple of headlines today about European Coronavirus Cases skyrocketing. Are the numbers being reported something that we should make major changes to our economies? Are they scare tactics? Are they real? The numbers are real, but the … Continue reading

COVID-19 Coming Back Soon?

One of the charts we do not see when talking about COVID-19 is the number of recoveries versus the number of new cases. I think that is a critical indicator of the effectiveness of the constraints placed on populations around … Continue reading