Last month, we were among many scientifically minded groups that were critical of UC Irvine's decision to accept a $200 Million gift from Susan and Henry Samueli, a couple who have deep pockets and even deeper beliefs in the power of alternative medicine.
The misuse of meta-analysis begins with the differing methodology, populations, and comparisons that are frequently present in nutritional research. The authors explain their concerns and recommendations.
If one thing's for certain, it's that there's never enough money to take care of all the needs of older adults. That holds true on the local, state and federal level, and costs, as they always have, only go up.
While there's no way to completely avoid the costs associated with the social and medical needs of adults as they age, there is an effective way to substantially reduce them by shortening the period in one's life when they're needed.
And that way is staying physically active – in whatever way – for as long as possible.
Does it make a difference to your body weight or weight loss attempts whether you eat 3 meals per day or just graze on mini-meals throughout the day? Some new data from Australia suggests that for women, at least, grazers run a bigger risk of being overweight or obese.
'Chem Guevarra?' -An 'Anarchist' Wants To Help You Make Your Own Rx Drugs. Pfft.
Thanks to the 1970s there was the Ford Pinto and Nehru jackets. The 1980s brought us pet rocks and the mullet. We can thank the 1990s for body piercing and tattoos. Since then we've been treated to house flipping, speed dating, Honey Boo Boo, and gluten-free everything. Pretty dumb, no? Not when compared to making your own prescription drugs at home. That's *really* dumb. And real. Sort of.