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Side Benefits, Not Side Effects

Side Benefits, Not Side Effects

My 5-year-long self-experiment with lipoprotein(a) therapy -- to cure my heart disease -- has not been without side effects. [1] However, these side effects are not ones that I would ask my doctor or pharmacist about. These side effects are also not the ones that most doctors over-caution about: for example, hypervitaminosis, toxicity, heart damage, inflammation of the stomach lining, and even carcinogenic effects.
Science Daily: Old Brains Can Learn New Tricks

Science Daily: Old Brains Can Learn New Tricks

Study Shows Older People Use Different Areas Of The Brain To Perform Same "Thinking Task" As Young ORIGINAL ARTICLE: http://www.sciencedaily.com/r...
Like hungry locusts, humans can easily be tricked into overeating

Like hungry locusts, humans can easily be tricked into overeating

Our bodies crave more food if we haven’t had enough protein, and this can lead to a vicious cycle — especially if we’re reaching for ultraprocessed instead of high-fiber whole foods
Eating Lots of Fruits and Vegetables Could Lower Miscarriage Risk

Eating Lots of Fruits and Vegetables Could Lower Miscarriage Risk

Science writer Ryan Vingum at Labroots reports on a study from the University of Birmingham published in Fertility and Sterility that indicates a h...
The Promise of 3D Printing in Healthcare

The Promise of 3D Printing in Healthcare

3D printing allows the construction of physical objects based on three-dimensional digital models. A futuristic notion until recently, such printers are now commonly found in high schools, university libraries and labs, and also in a fabulous array of high-tech companies producing medical devices, and yes, body parts of all kinds.
Setting the Bar for Responsible Drinking

Setting the Bar for Responsible Drinking

This opinion piece from the Globe’s Editorial Board punches some pretty big holes in the argument, peddled by the CCSA, that “all alcohol consumption is harmful”. The CCSA guidance is less than useful; it is unduly raising needless fear.
A complex link between body mass index and Alzheimer’s

A complex link between body mass index and Alzheimer’s

Study finds combined genetic risk, lower BMI predict disease progression ORIGINAL ARTICLE written by Emily Caldwell for Ohio State News Though obes...
What is the protein of the future?

What is the protein of the future?

OPINION: It’s sustainable, nutritious and delicious. Scientists need to ramp up efforts to meet this urgent need. By William R. Aimutis 1.25.2023 ...
Top Vitamin D Papers for 2022

Top Vitamin D Papers for 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Jan 27, 2023 Top Vitamin D Papers for 2022 by William B. Grant, PhD OMNS (Jan 27, 20...
Diabetes and Natural Medicine

Diabetes and Natural Medicine

As featured in Canadian Living Type 2 diabetes is on the rise in our society. According to Dr. Michael Lyon, author of How to Prevent and Treat Dia...
Obesity: A dangerous immune response

Obesity: A dangerous immune response

Date: March 17, 2022 Source: ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 17 March 2022. Obesity and overweight are among the biggest health challenges of the 21st ...
Swiss government recommends high vitamin D intake for those over 65

Swiss government recommends high vitamin D intake for those over 65

18-Feb-2022 By Nicola Gordon-Seymour The Swiss government has issued new guidance on vitamin D consumption for consumers over the age of 65 and rec...