Once again it seems like almost all chronic health problems of middle-aged and older people are now being attributed either to inflammation or gut bacteria.
"If someone tries to sell you something with zero risks and zero side effects, they’re either lying or they’re selling something useless."
To paraphrase Glenn Reynolds, "Is there anything Omega 3s can't do?"
The next time you have blood work done, you may want to check your platelets.
Certainly sounds good to me.
Telemedicine can improve health and lives—especially in a sprawling state with vast, thinly populated areas. As high-quality video conferencing and remote telemetry become more sophisticated and less expensive, telemedicine offers high-quality care without the need for face-to-face contact in many (not all) situations.
Related: "Cleveland Clinic Express Care® Online".
John Tierney presents an excellent argument for ignoring Big Government's health advice.
Here's hoping the explanation pans out and that they can then do something about it.
In light of the recent award against Johnson & Johnson I found this interesting. It's seemingly well-balanced.
Not mentioned is this possibility: it's the parents/guardians' job not the school's job.
Bad news for health research:
The Anna Karenina hypothesis says that every unbalanced microbiome is unbalanced in its own way.