15 reasons why most health studies are wrong

As my readers know, I’ve often lamented the lack of health literacy in the general public. I’ve even created a series of Health IQ quizzes so my audience could assess their knowledge.  But one of the reasons for confusion over fundamental health…read more

17 natural ways to treat Multiple Sclerosis

Did you know that March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month?  There are now nearly a million people with MS in the U.S., with women making up 74% of them.  Drugs are the current mainstay of treatment for MS, with some inroads being made,…read more

The plot against Keto

I’m not susceptible to conspiracy theories, but this week’s confluence of anti-low-carb/Keto stories has me wondering. It’s a veritable torrent of orchestrated assaults! First there was the “Keto crotch” campaign. Initially, I was going to pass up on damage control…read more

Is vitamin D overrated?

When it comes to acceptance of novel scientific theories, J.B.S. Haldane once wrote that acknowledgment goes through four stages: 1. This is worthless nonsense. 2. This is an interesting, but perverse, point of view. 3. This is true, but quite…read more