August 15th, 2019

A 41 year old man died after winning a taco-eating contest in Fresno, California. He had a strategy, but the Jumbotron screen went dark, as Dana Andrew Hutchings began to choke. Emergency medical personnel attempted to clear his airways, but Mr. Hutchings passed away about 30 minutes later.

The day was hot. He was diabetic.

At our local burger joint, photos on the Wall of Fame are next to photos on the Wall of Shame. Those who are able to successfully eat the 4-pound “Monster Burger”…


May 10th, 2019

Today, FDA researchers released results from a small clinical study which is also being published in JAMA. Suncreens not only have never been tested by the FDA but this small study proves that chemicals DO seep into the blood stream.
Are these chemicals harmful? Do they affect the immune system or hormone productions? No one knows for sure. But the toxic levels of chemicals found IN ALL 24 SUBJECTS indicates that further testing is required.
Why seek supplemental oxygen? More organics in the…


April 18th, 2019

“Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discussed his lifestyle habits in a recent podcast interview, in which the billionaire divulged subjecting himself to starting every morning with an ice bath, eating one meal per day, and fasting on weekends.”
This may seem extremely odd, and most comments I’ve read reflect the opinion that well, Jack Dorsey may be a little off in the head to subject himself to such self-flagellation.
But wait. The results he describes are exactly what happens when the human…


January 15th, 2019

I’ve been studying oxygen for over 30 years and recently wondered what that study is called. Wikipedia offers an extensive list of –ology words. There you can find hundreds upon hundreds of them, from the study of cactus prickles to the study of angels to the study of every human and social condition imaginable.

Except for one — the study of oxygen. During my research journey, I’m always surprised at how little evidence I see of other oxygen research. Modern medicine, I believe,…


December 7th, 2018

A total of 19,114 persons with a median age of 74 years were enrolled in a study, reported in the September 16, 2018 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

9525 were randomly assigned to receive aspirin and 9589 to receive placebo. The rate of major hemorrhage was higher in the aspirin group than in the placebo group. The study concluded that aspirin use in healthy elderly persons did not prolong disability-free survival over a period of 5 years.

The take away? Daily use of…