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A Look At July's Logical Health Alternatives Newsletter

Diabetics: This common complication SPIKES death risk 2,000–4,000 percent!

Take steps—starting today—to prevent this silent, lethal threat

When I first started writing Logical Health Alternatives many years ago, I envisioned it primarily as a resource for how to naturally manage and control high blood sugar—and stave off Type 2 diabetes. Fast forward a few decades, and there’s still a lot of work cut out for us.

Today, a staggering 38 million American adults struggle with Type 2 diabetes. And that number will likely continue to grow with each passing decade.

However, despite its prevalence, it seems mainstream medicine pays far less attention to people with Type 2 diabetes than any other disease. For one, the condition predominantly affects people who struggle with their weight. And we know how the mainstream treats people with diseases they feel are brought on by “bad habits.” (Think: lung cancer.)

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Does artificial intelligence belong in healthcare?

Let’s talk about artificial intelligence (AI). Specifically, in healthcare. More and more studies are looking at its potential benefits—like the ability to detect abnormalities on scans much earlier… While also weighing certain risks—like its impact on doctor-patient relationships and the individuality of medicine. Indeed, it’s a tricky subject. And to be honest, I’m not a […]

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Tylenol’s eerie side effect

Since we spent the first half of this week talking about a few drugs you should avoid—as outlined by the American Geriatric Society… Let’s turn our focus on one particular drug that the majority of Americans take regularly. In fact, I guarantee it’s in your medicine cabinet right now. It might even be in your […]

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Why are you still taking these drugs? (URGENT)

Let’s continue our conversation about potentially inappropriate drugs for older adults. (In case you missed it—yesterday, we talked about nifedipine, amiodarone, and warfarin.) As a quick reminder, I’m discussing drugs included on the list from the American Geriatric Society (AGS). This isn’t my list of dangerous medications. (I’d need an entire year’s worth of e-letters […]

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Seniors: Reconsider THESE medications

Did you know that the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) publishes a list of potentially inappropriate medications for older adults, aged 65 and older?  (If I were the head of that society, the list would be a mile long!)  They update the list every three years. So, today and tomorrow, I’m going to work through some […]

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