Monthly Archives: February 2013

What should everyone know about nutrition?

The most common misconception about nutrition is that we actually know a lot about nutrition. Fact: no-one studies healthy nutrition and diet in a serious, scientific fashion.  We have lots of theories, lots of errors, lots of contradictions, but little true scientific … Continue reading

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A Scientific Theory of Illness

If a super-intelligent alien was to visit our planet and search for a scientific theory of illness, she might conclude the our prevailing theory consists of “sell the drugs” and “damn the consequences”. She might also know that the scientific … Continue reading

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Community Killings: Why can’t Medicine Decipher Columbine and Sandy Hook.

If you are trying to learn about the school killings, and similar incidents, you will find nothing of use from the medical profession.  There are many guesses about mental illness, from depression to psychopathy, many observations about drug side effects … Continue reading

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