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Can you hear me now? Chances are you can’t. At least not as well as you could hear at one time in your life.
According to studies by the U.S. Center for Disease Control, it seems the world around us is getting louder...
On Air show from February 9, 2013.
My recent guest Richard Shafsky joins me again to cover some timely health topics including:
1. First-of-all: problems with annual FLU VACCINES, coupled with natural options, need to be addressed...
Do you drink decaffeinated coffee? If so, it may be strengthening your brain and preserving your memory.
A new study from Mount Sinai School of Medicine suggests that decaffeinated coffee improves brain energy metabolism associated with type 2 diabetes.
During a European meeting of the International Diabetes Federation, it was announced that 366 million people now suffer from the disease — and that number is only going up.
Since diabetes is most often diagnosed in middle age, experts believe the increase in cases is at least partially due to an aging population, as well as overall population growth and rising obesity rates.
A diabetic sushi patron is seeking $6000 for being asked to eat the rice along with the fish in an all you can eat sushi restaurant. The owner refused the all you can eat price because the man was not eating it all of what was offered. Maybe they could have come to a compromise and he could have offered the man the average amount of sushi that his customers eat. Either way this will probably make