I hold no stocks in statin manufacturing, neither I get paid under any form by any of these industries. This is my own clinical opinion supported by peer-reviewed published evidence.
A holiday tradition
For the last decade, at this time of the year, I followed a holiday tradition of my own. A tradition that – somewhere, deep in my heart – I thought will make the world a better place.
The real-life story of a drug-related question
A couple of months ago I was sharing the thought of launching this blog with my cousin.
First, do no harm!
Anemia is a constant erosion. Would you build your house on sand?
Chasing the nonsense
It has been over a decade ago that I decided to switch career tracks solely having faith in one research experiment.
Anemia and cancer: a tango takes two
“Is there any relationship between anemia and cancer?”
How bad can it get?
I have a friend that hates the entire healthcare system. At times I do too, but only when I get frustrated that things don’t get better! But my friend acts like he knows it all and always finds better solutions than physicians, nurses, wife, friends, anyone… We all could see the danger striking every minute … Continue reading How bad can it get?
The pine cone symbol
My exploration of melatonin and its maker – the pineal gland – unveiled to me an unexpected world of ancient mystery and spiritual illumination.
My third eye’s color is dark
Our physiological functions follow a well-established cycle governed by a very precise circadian organization. Immune and antioxidant defenses, glucose regulation, reproduction, and cancer are all processes impacted by the regularity of our body’s exposure to daylight or rest at night. Two hormones are in charge with communicating the extent of sun light exposure and appropriate … Continue reading My third eye’s color is dark