Glyphosate: The nightmare of all nightmares

On July 23, 2015, Dr. Stephanie Seneff gave a free public lecture in Honolulu about the health detriments in consuming glyphosate. Before getting into that, let me tell you a bit about Dr. Seneff. Dr. Seneff has a degree in Biology and is a Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Science and Computer Laboratory in […]

Anxiety in children – Harvard Health Blog

While summer offers preschool and elementary school children a welcome break and chances to navigate new friendships and activities, it can trigger anxiety in children upset by unstructured time, changes in routine and friend groups, and transitions involving new faces and places. Separation anxiety, social anxiety, and specific phobias are instantly recognizable: a sobbing child […]

Health benefits of walnuts – Harvard Health Blog

For many, choosing a healthy diet is all about sacrifice: foregoing the appetizers, cutting back on carbs or saturated fat, giving up dessert. But what if there was something you really liked that turned out to be good for you? No, I’m not talking about chocolate (although in small quantities, chocolate may not be so […]

Deadly DNP – Public health matters

Many people will have heard warnings about the risks of using the toxic chemical called DNP (full name 2,4-DINITROPHENOL) for body building and weight reduction. Yet despite these warnings the number of deaths has risen in 2018. Five cases referred to the National Poisons Information Service (NPIS) between January and June 2018 have ended in […]