Comments | Date: July 24th, 2014 by AHC
Some of us seem to live our lives in front of the computer screen. What is this doing to our eyes?
In this in-SIGHT-ful video, Dr. James Hamblin, Senior Medical Editor at The Atlantic Weekly, gives us a humorous outlook and sage advice on what to look out for and what to do to prevent Computer Vision Syndrome.
Comments | Date: February 13th, 2013 by AHC
This is an excellent slideshow from MSNBC with non-traditional non-corporate suggestions for healthier eating. Follow these and much of the battle is done! 20 Ways to Eat Better – and Feel Great
Comments | Date: January 15th, 2013 by AHC
Dr. James Watson, Harvard University
Dr. James Watson and Dr. Linus Pauling were two brilliant and legendary bio-medical research professors and scientists.
Each inherently understood that the pharmacological / medical-industrial complex was rife with individuals, companies and entities driven to accumulate wealth, rather than bring true health and healing to their customers, clients, patients.
“The National Cancer Program is a bunch of sh*t.”
~ Dr. James Watson, 1975, Discoverer of DNA, Nobel Laureate
“Everyone should know that cancer research is largely fraud.”
~ Dr. Linus Pauling, 1986, Nobel Laureate Read the rest of this entry »
Comments | Date: January 1st, 2013 by AHC
MSNBC published an article on “12 Surprising Signs You’ll Live to Be 100.” The original article will appear in Prevention magazine.
Basically, it seems that the old tried and true health recommendations really DO work. Eating a high nutrition low calorie diet, aerobic exercising at least 5 hours per week, being sociable and friendly with loving family and associates, staying engaged with the times and thinking “young” are highly important factors contributing towards living to be 100.
Here are the original 12 in a nutshell, with links to the original articles beneath. Read the rest of this entry »
Comments | Date: November 1st, 2012 by AHC
1. Use It or Lose It
50% of Undergrads today, termed the “IT” generation, have a chance of reaching 100 years old in relatively good health if they find ways to combat their sedentary lifestyles. Be active and exercise!
2. Sense of Community
Increasing numbers of Japanese corporate warrior retirees are turning to alcohol, dating sites and gambling to idle away unfamiliar free time. Solution: Find ways to contribute, socialize, Read the rest of this entry »