29 May 2022
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Long Covid: The next challenge

It is estimated that about 10% of people who develop Covid will have persistent symptoms, at times, for months after the initial illness.

Diabesity: The true pandemic of the 21st-century

Although there are pharmaceutical solutions to management of weight loss and diabetes, successful lifestyle changes pose more benefits, and just as importantly, do not have any side effects.

Coronary artery calcium scoring - Is it useful?

Why I believe it is beneficial and useful to have a coronary artery calcium scoring.

Covid 19 vaccinations and the anti-vaxxer brigade

While it is important to acknowledge the rare risks associated with RNA vaccines, the key point is that Covid is the problem, not vaccination.

Electromagnetic therapies: The future is already here

In my article today, I highlight a few recent studies demonstrating the benefits of electromagnetic therapies.

How important is the Gut-Brain connection?

The gut microbiome has been shown in multiple studies to have a profound effect on many aspects of health and disease.

The hidden dangers of plastic contamination

I defy you to find much in your refrigerator that is packaged in glass. The commonest container these days is, no doubt, plastic-based.

Stress – Is it really an important factor in disease?

Recent deaths of prominent figures have raised the importance of stress as a precipitant for not only major illnesses but also premature death.

The commonest cause of death in women: Cardiovascular disease

For too long there has been a false notion that heart disease is typically only a disorder of males.

Death of two cricketing legends: a cardiac wake-up call

The death of two cricketing legends on the same day is a tragic wake-up call for the prevalence of cardiovascular disease.

Inflammation: the key to modern diseases

The field of inflammation research is yet another example of the vital contribution of modern science to our lives but we all need to play our part by taking responsibility for our own health.

Microplastics: The invisible health crisis

Despite increasing evidence of the countless synthetic chemicals we are exposed to in our food and drink, most people seem to be ignoring this major health hazard.

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