Dr Simone reviews all the risk factors for sleep apnea
Dr Charles Simone discusses Breast Cancer Prevention, Detection, and Treatment as well as Women’s Health issues.
Interview includes: CHRONIC TRAUMATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (CTE), Nutritional Hydration, Antioxidants with Chemotherapy and Radiation, Alternative Medicine, Linus Pauling
Dr Simone searches for cancer cures in the Far East and the Amazon Jungle.
I tested shark cartilage on cancer patients in Cuba and Mike Wallace and 60 Minutes aired the experience and findings.
Let’s see if the little guy has to pay for this bailout.
Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can damage your skin within 15 minutes.
I remember the time I spent with Muhammad Ali raising awareness for POWs and MIAs.
Commuting can negatively impact your mental and physical health.
Fast food costs twice as much.
Profits of large biotech corporations would be protected and prioritized over consumer’s constitutional right to know.
The DARK Act must be stopped because it prevents Americans from being able to choose GMO foods or not. Our liberties are being taken away and this tyranny must stop.
Folic acid is stored in the skin and is needed to prevent neural tube defects and consequent death of the fetus. Sunlight destroys it. Each race requires the same amount of folic acid. The human race evolved from central Africa and black skin was required by Mother Natures to prevent folic acid destruction by the sun. As people migrated north their skin became lighter because there was less exposure to the sun, since they wore more and more clothing and hence more protection from the sun with cooler and colder climates. Their folic acid was preserved from less sun destruction. This process took hundreds of thousands of years.
Wider noses/nostrils with large turbinates accommodate a greater need for humidifying the very dry air
The following increase the risk of osteoporosis
People with blood types A, B, or AB have a greater risk for developing coronary heart disease and other chronic diseases
We tend to shy away from talking about death and dying. Hope should always be given, but not false hope. We really need to start thinking in terms of EFFECTIVE or NONEFFECTIVE treatment and tell patients about treatments in those terms.
More than 15 million children in the United States live in households with domestic violence and 7 million of them see severe violence such as a parent using a weapon against the other parent.