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“Food has to look good, it has to taste good and it has to be good for you.” NYC Mayoral candidate Eric Adams. He credit...
06/07/2021
Mayoral hopeful Eric Adams: My vegan diet saved my eyesight — and my life

“Food has to look good, it has to taste good and it has to be good for you.” NYC Mayoral candidate Eric Adams. He credits changing his diet with transforming his health and is working to inspire others https://nypost.com/2021/06/01/mayoral-candidate-eric-adams-wants-nyc-to-go-vegan/

Three weeks after converting to a herbivorous diet, Adams regained his vision. Three months later, the nerve damage to his extremities disappeared and his diabetes went into remission. He’s since l…

“We can’t control our genes, who our parents were, or if random acts of trauma or violence happen to us. But we can cont...
06/06/2021
How Food May Improve Your Mood

“We can’t control our genes, who our parents were, or if random acts of trauma or violence happen to us. But we can control how we eat, and that gives people actionable things that they can do to take care of their brain health on a daily basis.” Dr. Drew Ramsey, author of “Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety” https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/06/well/eat/mental-health-food.html

The sugar-laden, high-fat foods we often crave when we are stressed or depressed, as comforting as they are, may be the least likely to benefit our mental health.

“At the end of the day, if these trends continue, then you’ll have higher health-care costs. You’ll be exchanging the ba...
06/05/2021
44% of older millennials already have a chronic health condition. Here’s what that means for their futures

“At the end of the day, if these trends continue, then you’ll have higher health-care costs. You’ll be exchanging the baby boomer generation for a generation with even higher health-care costs just because of normal inflation and the fact these chronic diseases are there.” Dr. Georges Benjamin https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/04/older-millennials-chronic-health-conditions.html

44% of older millennials have at least one chronic health condition. That not only affects their health, but also their bank accounts.

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WSJ: “No one has discovered a natural origin for Covid-19, and new information is making a blanket denial of a lab leak ...
06/04/2021
Opinion | The Virus Lab Theory’s New Credibility

WSJ: “No one has discovered a natural origin for Covid-19, and new information is making a blanket denial of a lab leak indefensible…The Wuhan origin story is vital to understanding how to prevent the next pandemic; how to better run dangerous labs; and how to defend humanity. The world still needs an honest and open investigation.” https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-virus-lab-theorys-new-credibility-11622066808

The evidence catches up to Fauci and other Wuhan Covid deniers.

“Dr. Anthony Fauci was warned that the coronavirus had possibly been “engineered” and appeared to be taking reports abou...
06/03/2021
Fauci was warned that COVID-19 may have been ‘engineered,’ emails show

“Dr. Anthony Fauci was warned that the coronavirus had possibly been “engineered” and appeared to be taking reports about it seriously — at the same time he was publicly downplaying the notion of the virus being created in a lab, according to his emails.” https://nypost.com/2021/06/02/fauci-was-warned-that-covid-may-have-been-engineered-emails/

Dr. Anthony Fauci was warned that the coronavirus had possibly been “engineered” and appeared to be taking reports about it seriously.

"Our results have shown that by simply eating one cup of raw (or half a cup of cooked) nitrate-rich vegetables each day,...
06/02/2021
Eating One Cup of Dark Leafy Greens May Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease

"Our results have shown that by simply eating one cup of raw (or half a cup of cooked) nitrate-rich vegetables each day, people may be able to significantly reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease." Dr. Catherine Bondonno, lead researcher https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/eating-one-cup-dark-leafy-162158408.html

Consuming spinach, kale, chard, and other vegetables significantly improves individual's cardiovascular health.

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06/01/2021

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“These associations between the timing of onset of diabetes and development of dementia show the importance of a life-co...
05/31/2021
Earlier Diabetes Onset Could Raise Dementia Risk

“These associations between the timing of onset of diabetes and development of dementia show the importance of a life-course approach to preventing degenerative disease. We are an aging population, and the things we fear most are degenerative diseases like dementia, for which we have no cures, no therapies, and very few modifiable pathways to target for prevention.” Dr. Daniel Belsky https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/03/well/mind/diabetes-dementia-Alzheimers.html

The younger the age at diagnosis for Type 2 diabetes, the higher the risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia years later.

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05/29/2021

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"If we can resolve some of these issues early on, it's been shown that it not only leads to a much better cognitive life...
05/29/2021
Childhood obesity, high blood pressure, cholesterol linked to poor cognitive performance in mid-30s and beyond

"If we can resolve some of these issues early on, it's been shown that it not only leads to a much better cognitive life but also a much better cardiovascular life as you hit midlife and beyond." Dr. Thuy Bui, the associate medical director of the emergency department at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/10/health/childhood-obesity-cognitive-decline-wellness/index.html

Longterm obesity, high blood pressure and high cholesterol all lower cognitive performance in your 30s, 40s and 50s, according to the first study to follow cardiovascular risk factors from childhood though midlife.

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"Remind them that, just by making it through a once-in-a-century pandemic, they have proven themselves competent and res...
05/26/2021
Teen stress has been heightened by a year of pandemic. How to help

"Remind them that, just by making it through a once-in-a-century pandemic, they have proven themselves competent and resilient. Remind them you are there to support them. And when they are faced with stress in the future, they will be immeasurably better equipped to manage it." Psychologist John Duffy, author of "Parenting the New Teen in the Age of Anxiety" https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/04/health/how-to-help-teen-stress-wellness/index.html

The pandemic has made things so much worse for teens. They struggle with social anxiety, fear of missing out, a sense of desperation and depression. Here's how to help.

“A pet is a member of your family, it has the intelligence of a small child, so you’re basically returning your 2-year-o...
05/26/2021
‘Excruciatingly sad’: Shelters bracing for ‘selfish’ return of pandemic pets

“A pet is a member of your family, it has the intelligence of a small child, so you’re basically returning your 2-year-old child. People don’t get that.” Penny Smith-Berk, who owns the Rescue Right animal shelter in Bedford, NY https://nypost.com/2021/05/12/shelters-bracing-for-selfish-return-of-pandemic-pets/

At the height of the pandemic, animal shelters reported record high adoptions. Now, with reopenings afoot, the same shelters are braced for an influx of pets due to a countrywide epidemic of buyer&…

“At their core, microweddings are intimate gatherings of family and very close friends.This allows for time spent with e...
05/24/2021
Did COVID-19 postpone your marriage? Here’s where to have an unforgettable small wedding

“At their core, microweddings are intimate gatherings of family and very close friends.This allows for time spent with every VIP guest that’s just not possible at a party for 300-plus people." Anna Price Olson, associate editorial director of Brides.com https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/travel/destinations/2021/05/06/small-weddings-microweddings-popular-amid-covid-marriage/4921814001/

Microweddings, celebrations with 50 people or fewer, have gotten a major boost in 2021 as couples forge ahead with their nuptials despite COVID.

“I think many of us have realized during the pandemic that some of the things we were doing before Covid-19 weren’t the ...
05/23/2021
Need a Reset? Take the 10-Day Fresh Start Challenge

“I think many of us have realized during the pandemic that some of the things we were doing before Covid-19 weren’t the kind of things that were leading to flourishing in our lives. I think many of us were realizing that aspects of our work and family life and even our relationships probably need to change if we want to be happier.” Dr. Laurie Santos, a psychology professor at Yale https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/11/well/mind/pandemic-coronavirus-wellness-challenge.html

Studies show that moments of disruption offer a unique opportunity to set and achieve new goals.

From WSJ: “The Biden Administration should be putting money into shoring up cyber vulnerabilities, but instead it’s usin...
05/22/2021
Opinion | The Real Infrastructure Problem

From WSJ: “The Biden Administration should be putting money into shoring up cyber vulnerabilities, but instead it’s using the “infrastructure” label to remake the energy economy, squeeze fossil fuels, and make the grid more vulnerable, not less...The grid and other infrastructure will become more vulnerable as more systems get electrified and connected. The Government Accountability Office warned in March that home solar panels, EV chargers and “smart” appliances that companies control remotely are creating new entry points for cyber criminals to take over the grid. Defending the U.S. against cyber attacks is the Biden Administration’s most important infrastructure job, but that’s not what its $2.3 trillion proposal would do." https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-infrastructure-problem-11620685815

The Colonial Pipeline shutdown is a warning of worse to come.

“It’s easier to prevent obesity than it is to treat it. Once that weight is on, our biggest challenge is to keep them fr...
05/21/2021
Kids’ Weight Gain in the Pandemic Is Alarming Doctors

“It’s easier to prevent obesity than it is to treat it. Once that weight is on, our biggest challenge is to keep them from gaining at the same rate and to allow them to grow in height and to not develop an eating disorder in trying to lose the weight.” Ellen Rome, head of the Center for Adolescent Medicine at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital in Cleveland https://www.wsj.com/articles/kids-weight-gain-in-the-pandemic-is-alarming-doctors-11620673200

A disruption in routines has contributed to worrying weight gains and weight-related health issues among children, pediatricians say.

From Newsweek: “In a letter published Friday in the journal Science, 18 scientists wrote, ‘We must take hypotheses about...
05/20/2021
18 scientists, including one who worked with Wuhan lab, say COVID lab leak theory needs study

From Newsweek: “In a letter published Friday in the journal Science, 18 scientists wrote, ‘We must take hypotheses about both natural and laboratory spillovers seriously until we have sufficient data. Public health agencies and research laboratories alike need to open their records to the public.’"

Newsweek goes on to quote Jamie Metzl, a WHO adviser and senior fellow at the Atlantic Council: “The chokehold on public consideration of an accidental lab incident as a possible pandemic origin has just been broken. Following publication of the Science letter, it will be irresponsible for any scientific journal or news outlet to not fully represent this viable hypothesis." https://www.newsweek.com/18-scientists-including-one-who-worked-wuhan-lab-say-covid-lab-leak-theory-needs-study-1591649

The scientists criticized a WHO-led team's report for drawing conclusions on the lab leak theory without sufficient evidence and urged more research.

From a WSJ editorial on why “endorsing an intellectual property waiver at the World Trade Organization for Covid vaccine...
05/19/2021
Opinion | Biden’s Vaccine Patent Theft

From a WSJ editorial on why “endorsing an intellectual property waiver at the World Trade Organization for Covid vaccines and therapies” is a bad idea: “The Administrations WTO waiver will break patents and legal protections of vaccine makers. Investors will be less likely to fund new drug research if they think their own government will betray them under political pressure.” The editorial goes on to say “European governments have opposed the waiver because they realize it sets a terrible precedent. Once stolen, IP on breakthrough innovations like Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccines can’t be returned.” https://www.wsj.com/articles/bidens-vaccine-patent-theft-11620255362

Who will invest in future therapies when the White House helps other governments steal?

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“I was proud to be in the American army and we were able to do what we had to do.  I don't think we're heroes.  But the ...
05/18/2021
Ritchie Boys: The secret U.S. unit bolstered by German-born Jews that helped the Allies beat Hi**er

“I was proud to be in the American army and we were able to do what we had to do. I don't think we're heroes. But the opportunity to help fight and win the war was a wonderful way. I can look anybody straight in their eye and say I think I've earned the right to be an American. And that's what – that's what it did for me.” Paul Fairbrook, left Germany with his Jewish family at the age of 10 https://www.cbsnews.com/news/world-war-ii-jews-escape-nazi-germany-hitler-60-minutes-2021-05-09/

The Ritchie Boys were responsible for uncovering more than half the combat intelligence on the Western Front during World War II. For the many German-born Jews in their ranks, defeating the N***s was heartbreakingly personal.

“When people are psychotic, they aren’t in touch with reality and may do things that harm themselves and other things th...
05/18/2021
Beating the coronavirus didn’t spare him from possible ‘COVID psychosis.’ His wife warns it’s not as rare as people think.

“When people are psychotic, they aren’t in touch with reality and may do things that harm themselves and other things that are very dangerous. It looks like COVID-19 has a somewhat higher risk of causing it than other viral infections that we’ve seen.” Dr. Jonathan Alpert, Montefiore Medical Center in NYC https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/health/2021/05/06/covid-psychosis-illinois-mom-raises-awareness-after-husbands-death/7298422002/

Experts are seeing more reports of COVID-19 survivors developing psychotic symptoms, even when they have no prior history of mental illness.

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05/17/2021

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"Just knowing someone could be that mean to someone else, and be that mean to your child, and that's how your child died...
05/16/2021
Grieving parents tell the stories of children lost to hazing

"Just knowing someone could be that mean to someone else, and be that mean to your child, and that's how your child died, was with somebody treating him so horribly, and for what? To join a fraternity?" Rae Ann Gruver, who lost her son to hazing https://www.cbsnews.com/news/grieving-parents-tell-the-stories-of-children-lost-to-hazing/

Mothers and fathers whose children have died as a result of hazing rituals at fraternities and sororities are joining forces with representatives of the Greek community in an effort to reform a long-accepted practice.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for people to not just go back to the life they’re living that probably had wonderful a...
05/15/2021
COVID-19 fear, anxiety continues to hold back fully vaccinated Americans. Where does it come from and how can we overcome it?

“This is a wonderful opportunity for people to not just go back to the life they’re living that probably had wonderful aspects but wasn’t perfect. A lot of people have found that this year has really allowed them to slow down, to let go of things, to create new patterns and ways of being. There’s a real opportunity for people to think about what they really want.” Dr. Marni Chanoff, integrative psychiatrist at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2021/05/08/covid-fear-holding-back-vaccinated-americans-where-does-come-from/4936917001/

After more than a year of living in fear of COVID-19, some fully vaccinated individuals are hesitant to leave their homes and let their guard down.

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