Month: April 2021

Longevity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Taurine Part 1 of 2

Longevity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Taurine Part 1 of 2 Japan has the second longest life expectancy in the world at 85.03 years, as well as the lowest rate of cardiovascular mortality with only 31 deaths from ischemic (inadequate blood supply) heart disease per 100,000 people.  In comparison, the U.S. ranks 46th in longevity and has …

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Don’t Treat Sinus Infections With Antibiotics

Don’t Treat Sinus Infections With Antibiotics A randomized, controlled trial done in 2012 revealed that antibiotics, which are routinely prescribed to treat sinus infections, were completely ineffective.  Participants were given either a 10-day course of amoxicillin or a placebo, and they were also allowed to take other over-the-counter drugs to suppress their symptoms. The results …

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More Than Just Tourette’s

So often in medicine when physicians evaluate a patient they try to affix a diagnostic label to their patient.   Once they have this diagnosis then they will send them to the appropriate specialist for treatment.  This often leads to a patient seeing 3-4 different specialists who then prescribe medications to suppress one’s symptoms.  However, what …

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