Why Are We Gambling with Our Health Daily?

Gambling means that we take risky actions for the desired result. What is the desired outcome for our health? It is not having someone change your diaper for the last five or ten years of your life. It is about … Continue reading

A New Twist to Ensure Safety When Traveling Overseas

Israel instituted a new requirement for those travelers who survived the pandemic virus over six months ago. A digital recovery certificate is now required for Israeli citizens and those of fourteen other countries. Digital recovery certificates are not available to … Continue reading

Is the Real Cause of Adverse Side Effects Something Other Than the Vaccine?

Stress affects all of us. Some deal with it quickly. Others have difficulties. Could the anticipation of the vaccine or virus cause a stress reaction that escalates during the inoculation process and manifests itself immediately after that? Some medical researchers … Continue reading

If Being Healthy Were a Crime Is There Enough Evidence to Convict You?

I saw a headline about Christianity like this many years ago. Three years ago, I used the same framework about being an entrepreneur when presenting business tips to a networking group. With the COVID-vacation coming to an end, will we … Continue reading

A New Cause of Alzheimer’s We Do Not Know About?

Ask a doctor about what causes Alzheimer’s disease, and most will answer that the medical industry does not fully understand what causes this disease. Basic Assumptions https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-causes-alzheimers-disease. Two days ago, the National Institute for Health – National Institute on Aging … Continue reading

How to Survive Until the World Returns to Normalcy

Pandemic is a word we did not use a year ago. The China Flu became known as COVID-19. Nearly everything we used to do changed – face masks, social distancing, and more. Some businesses failed and others flourished. Many people … Continue reading

Three Ways to a Healthier and Longer Life

Scientists know that stress, radiation, infection, inflammation, and diet affect our health and longevity. All diseases start at the cellular level with chronic low-level inflammation. Antioxidants do a decent job of controlling the exponential spread of free radical damage, but … Continue reading

Simple, Easy Test for Heart Health

I had a baseline heart assessment four years ago when I turned 70. My doctor thought it was a good idea to have a baseline of my heart’s health. I had an echocardiogram, an electrocardiogram, a nuclear stress test, and … Continue reading

How Stress Affects More Than Your Waistline

We have more receptors to store fat from cortisol, the stress hormone, around our bellies than anywhere else in our bodies. Cortisol loves to store fat. A little fat does not impact your health or longevity. A little bit more … Continue reading

The Risks of Coronary Heart Disease

Sometimes we hear about the elephant in the room that nobody talks about. What if that elephant is sitting on your chest? That is one of the key tips people are told when they are experiencing major heart issues. They … Continue reading