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Diet and Alzheimer’s: A Correlation

Written by Gary North on September 24, 2016


We all fear Alzheimer’s. No one wants to become a vegetable who is dependent on his family or some expensive staff. There are lots of health food assessments and diets. Whether they work or not is mostly guesswork and faith. So is the following. But this was published in Psychology Today. This does not make […]

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Pee to Live Longer

Written by Gary North on July 2, 2016


This is not a joke. There is a major research project that needs urine samples. If it is successful, there will be a simple test that will let people better assess their risks of future diseases. If it works, some day life insurance and health insurance premiums will fall for those who pass the test. […]

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A Letter from a Stroke Victim Who Survived

Posted on July 2, 2016


By Joe Sabah In February 2016, I celebrated 12 years Poststroke, YIPPEE! On February 24, 2004, I experienced a stroke. After 6 weeks in rehab I was back doing what I love best: Speaking and Presenting “How To Speak for Fun and Profit.” The Seminar now in its 37th year. Every year for 10 years […]

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Fats Are OK. I Knew This in 1949.

Written by Gary North on August 15, 2015


The medical industry learns slowly. In 1949, my physician, Francis Pottenger, put me on a diet. It had lots of red meat, extremely high-fat milk (certified raw milk), eggs, and plenty of butter. I had wheat cereal, cooked overnight. He took me off white sugar and processed foods. I suffered from chronic bronchitis. In 18 […]

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Free Online Hearing Tests

Written by Gary North on May 16, 2015


Men lose their hearing faster than women do. Here is the evidence. I wanted to test my hearing. I looked for online testing sites. I found three good ones. http://www.garynorth.com/snip/1177.htm http://www.garynorth.com/snip/1178.htm http://www.garynorth.com/snip/1179.htm I used a pair of high quality headphones: Denon. These tests involve background noise to cover words or numbers. This way, you get […]

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Face Scans Reveal Life Expectancy

Posted on April 1, 2015


By Dennis Thompson Every face tells a story, and that story apparently includes hints of how quickly a person is aging, a new study contends. Facial features have proven even more reliable than blood tests in spotting those for whom time is taking a heavier toll, a Chinese research team reports in the March 31 […]

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