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In my practice, there are two sorts of mechanical problems that can wreak havoc on good health. Theoretically, we have mechanical solutions for both of these problems, but the statistics don't lie and don't vary from what I've seen.
Meat fared well in several venues recently.
Maybe you’d better sit down before I tell you this shocking news: our fear of dietary fat was partially fueled by sugar industry investment in favorable sugar research. Hard to believe, isn’t it? What, you’re not shocked?
I overheard a conversation recently in which one person repeated the oft-heard discounting of the Paleo Diet: "It's not real, you know, they don't know what people ate a long time ago." And, actually, that is not the truest critique of the Paleo
A recently published study opens up an area I hadn't considered before: the long term risks of cardiovascular disease in pregnancy.
Public health messages have a bit of a repetitious quality, even when there is abundant evidence that they stand on shaky ground.