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?Read More Ivermectin for COVID-19: does it work?
…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.Read More Addressing online misinformation
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?
Students like myself often brag about their sleep deprivation and downplay its importance, but should we? What is sleep, anyway?Read More Sleep: Is It Really That Important?
Does our DNA really have the final say in who we become or whether we get a disease? How can we use an understanding of epigenetics to take control of our health?Read More Genes: Our Destiny?
With over 30 trillion microbes living in and on us that can sustain our lives or cause us disease, how can we ensure we keep only the nice ones?Read More What I’m Learning: The Human Microbiome
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.Read More Creating Healthcare, Not Sickcare