Just one, really small study. But it sure would be nice if proves out.
About as careful and sane a commentary on the recent kerfluffle about eating meat as you'll find.
Say it with me, class: correlation is not causality.
This is one modern trend I really like.
Personalized medicine is another new wave sweeping health care with the dual objectives of achieving more meaningful patient-to-doctor relations and lowering costs. The lynchpin of this concept is leveraging all clinical, genetic and environmental information of the patient to understand and treat diseases in a more holistic manner.
I kinda suspected as much.
And if they don't, patients would be well-advised to bring the topics up themselves.
I wholeheartedly support this idea. But please hurry up.
Related: "The science of senolytics: how a new pill could spell the end of ageing," "The anti-aging drug that’s just around the corner," and "Biological age of humans reversed by years in groundbreaking study, scientists suggest".
Long answer to all--I mean all--the misinformation circulating about vaccines.
This is the frontier of medicine and health care for the foreseeable future: "People tend to compare everything against the average, but . . . we can’t impose the average on everybody.”