Updates on the GMO Mosquito Release

Genetically engineered (GE) mosquitoes created by biotechnology company Oxitec have been released in the U.S., even though the long-term effects could be disastrous. Oxitec is using Aedes aegypti (A. aegypti) mosquitoes for this real-world experiment, the species known to carry yellow fever, dengue fever, chikungunya, Zika, West Nile and Mayaro,1 a dengue-like disease.2 Oxitec genetically… Read More »

13 Most Common Nutrient Deficiencies

If you eat a balanced, whole-food diet you’re probably getting adequate amounts of the vitamins and minerals your body needs to function. If not (and this applies to most of the U.S. population), there’s a good chance you may be lacking important nutrients. Even if you do eat well, how and where your food was… Read More »

Affirmative Action in Medicine

Diversity equity and inclusion (DEI) is an immensely controversial subject. I believe this controversy has arisen since people have strong reasons to support either side of the argument and because it is being forced upon us by both the government and multinational corporations. For example, ESG scores have been used as a metric to calculate… Read More »

The Wide-Ranging Health Benefits of Taurine

The amino acid taurine is found in animal foods such as seafood, grass-fed red meat, dairy products, pastured eggs, and poultry. Of the amino acids, it’s the most abundant source of sulfur, and is required for a wide range of physiological processes, including the healthy function of your immune system, nervous system,1,2 metabolism and digestion.3… Read More »

Was COVID a Bioweapon That Targets Certain Races?

According to mainstream media, Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently made claims about COVID-19 being an ethnically targeted bioweapon. Yahoo! News,1 for example, reported that “Robert F. Kennedy Jr. baselessly claimed COVID-19 may have been ‘ethnically targeted’ … He said Caucasians and black people were most susceptible, and Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese people were… Read More »