The Crucial Role of NAD+ in Optimal Health

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published March 27, 2022. In this interview, Nichola Conlon, Ph.D., a molecular biologist, antiaging specialist and founder of a nutraceutical company that produces an NAD+ boosting supplement. NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is one of the most important biomolecules in your body. It’s involved in the… Read More »

What Can the Smallpox Vaccine Disaster Teach Us About Spike Protein Injuries?

When you study history, it is always striking how frequently dysfunctional cycles tend to repeat themselves — which is why many of us were able to foresee much of what came to pass with the disastrous COVID-19 vaccines. Medicine has its fair share of erroneous beliefs (which frequently have little to no evidence supporting them).… Read More »

Study Shows How This Type of Exercise Can Slow Parkinson’s

Engaging in the gentle exercise of tai chi may be a simple way to manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and slow disease progression over time. While drug treatments are typical first-line treatments, nondrug options, including physical exercise, may improve quality of life while resulting in less need for prescription drugs.1 Not only is tai… Read More »

Tea With or Without Plastic?

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published October 19, 2019. Tea is important to people of many cultures around the world and it has been recognized for centuries as having dramatic and positive impacts on health. It is one of the most popular beverages worldwide, second only to water. There are… Read More »

Reversing Chronic Diseases in Children

In the featured video, I interview Beth Lambert, who in 2009 founded Epidemic Answers, a research organization focused on helping children with autism and other chronic diseases. When I graduated medical school, the incidence of autism was 1 in 10,000. For the first decade of my medical practice, I didn’t have a single autistic patient.… Read More »