Today I'm going to do my small part to help grant a decent man his dying wish -- that you and I might avoid his fate.
Do you remember that shampoo commercial from the 70s? The one where the woman loves her hair so much that she tells two friends and she tells two friends and so on and so on and so on.
If you're trying to quit smoking, you've got the right idea.
But if you think smokeless "e-cigarettes" are a safer alternative or a tool to help you quit, your right idea is on the wrong track.
You know when it comes to your waistline--and your general health--that you should stay far, far away from sugar.
But when it comes to fighting one of the nation's deadliest cancers, it turns out that sugar might not be the enemy. Instead, it could be a powerful ally.
"The next step was to figure out how people are getting exposed to BPA."
That laughable line comes from a recent press release from the Harvard School of Public Health. And, frankly, if I chewed gum I would have choked on it when I read it.
They're called "trace" elements for a reason: Tiny amounts of the right stuff can boost your health and save your life... while even a drop of the wrong stuff can end it.
Guess what's pretty much pointless, and could even be dangerous?
Have you ever learned to appreciate something but only after it was gone?
Once again, drug researchers are trying to get you to play "Let's Pretend."
In this case, they're hoping to convince you that a drug used by type 2 diabetics might help prevent cancer -- even in non-diabetics.
The most dangerous chemicals in your house aren't in your garage or basement -- they're flowing freely right from your kitchen sink.