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Fish Oil Prevention of Mental Illness...

Not infrequently, some very important medical studies don’t get the attention they deserve. A long term study about fish oil prevention of mental illness, in this case psychosis, came out in August. The results of that investigation should have been shouted from the roof tops. Its time again to raise my voice. Imagine a short term treatment, lasting only 3 months, that significantly reduced the likelihood of perhaps the most severe form of mental illness and continued to do so for the next SEVEN YEARS! If you imagined a bottle of fish oil, you nailed it. […] Continue...

Mandatory Vaccinations

State Bill 277, the mandatory vaccination law bringing California into line with Mississippi and West Virginia has passed. I really don’t like it. I really don’t like the word mandatory, when it comes to health care. […] Continue...

Better Than Medicines – Radio Interview...

I recently gave a radio interview on my new book, Better Than Medicines. Suzanne Lang was the interviewer. Here is an edited version of the interview, which was broadcast on the KRCB program, A Novel Idea. The second half of the program might also be of interest. In that segment, […] Continue...

The CDC and the Illness of Our Health Care System...

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are a US governmental organization purposed to collect and analyze information about diseases and, WITHOUT BIAS, create guidelines for physicians and the community. The British Medical Journal has discovered that the CDC has been “partnering” with private financial interests. […] Continue...

Prostate Cancer Prevention

We have good news suggesting a simple means to prevent the most common life-threatening cancer among men – prostate cancer. […] Continue...

Integrative Medicine Is Not Just About Wellness​...

The second problem, is more subtle and insidious. Even the conventional practitioners who have a favorable view of these other therapies nearly always believe these therapies are unsuitable for serious problems. They treat them as if the therapies are more “cute” than effective. The term most often applied then, is “wellness”. In other words, these treatments might help healthy people feel better, but nothing more. If a person has a real disease, they need real prescription medicine. […] Continue...

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