A major problem with the medical system today is that it focuses mainly on treating the symptoms of people’s lifestyle choices … but many times will ignore the cause of these symptoms altogether.
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Many people earnestly believe in the power of ivermectin to treat COVID-19. Yet, professional and regulatory organizations say it doesn’t work. How can we tell what’s right? (2023 update added!)
Read More Ivermectin for COVID-19: does it work?
Adrenal fatigue is a diagnosis often given by alternative medicine practitioners, yet all major endocrinology societies say it doesn’t exist. Is adrenal fatigue an epidemic on the rise? Or a dangerous distraction from underlying conditions?
Read More Adrenal fatigue: epidemic on the rise or dangerous distraction?
…perhaps one of the most important goals of modern education should be to give people the skills to distinguish high quality, accurate or factual information online from low quality, misleading or untrue claims.
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This is probably the most common, and in my opinion understandable question that drives hesitancy towards the COVID-19 vaccines. If typical vaccine development can take 12-15 years, how could vaccines developed in under 12 months be made without compromising safety?
Read More How Were COVID-19 Vaccines Developed So Fast?
With the recent news that the CDC and FDA recommend pausing the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, many are questioning the safety of this and other COVID-19 vaccines. What does this pause really mean? And what do we know about the safety of available COVID vaccines?
Read More Are COVID-19 Vaccines Safe?
COVID-19 has gripped the world, yet a safe and effective vaccine has the potential to set us free. What is in mRNA based vaccines and how do they work?
Read More How Do mRNA-Based COVID-19 Vaccines Work?
Accessing full-text research articles can be next to impossible. Find out how one website is breaking down this barrier in a controversial way.
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Protein is king. That is one of the most prominent societal mantras about nutrition. Why does this mantra exist? Does it stack up against the preponderance of evidence?
Read More Protein: Nutritional Gold Mine or Hype?
Almost everyone begins to develop this disease beginning early on in life, making it the most common cause of death globally. Could simple choices eliminate our risk?
Read More Heart Disease: Our Inevitable Fate?
The lines between male and female have become increasingly gray in our modern society. How does our understanding of sexual development compare?
Read More Is Gender Variation Possible?