The new Yahoo CEO shook things up this week. Marissa Mayer, hired 7 months ago at the pioneering but struggling Web company, issued an edict that telecommuters working for Yahoo would no longer be allowed to work at home or off site during business hours starting in June. They will be required to work on [...]
Born in 270 A.D., old Saint Nick has gone through a few fashion and cultural iterations, moving from Europe to the North Pole. Yet, just by looking at him and his lifestyle, it’s hard to imagine how Santa has lived so long.
His ample midsection seems to indicate he doesn’t get enough exercise, and probably [...]
I now have nearly four years of taking EpiCor under my belt: four years of taking a 500 mg EpiCor capsule nearly every day. (Full disclosure: this blog is supported by EpiCor. Also, I take Vit. D, fish oil, and occasional Vit. B supplements as well.)
What have I observed? First, I’ve not missed a [...]
We’re always seeing news stories about “the germiest surfaces.” Usually, the stories are crafted and pitched by PR firms representing cleaning products brands, and the take away for the audience is that you can never disinfect your hands or your house too much.
The latest such news trend is the [...]
How do you measure improved immune function? Maybe by fewer sniffles and sneezes along with less itching and watery eyes during allergy season. Maybe by less coughing and wheezing along with reduced fever and body aches during winter crud season.
Here’s another measure, especially if you are an employer that provides group health insurance to your [...]
When a unique, natural nutritional ingredient gets the attention of the administrators of one of the fastest growing suburban communities in the country, something’s happening out there.
The City of Ankeny, Iowa, has launched a health initiative in which city workers are invited to take a daily EpiCor supplement over a six-month period to see [...]
Is this the patient or the doc?
The Huffington Post is one of my favorite news portals, simply because it offers so much in one place. From time to time I check in with its health section to see what’s being written. I like it because the story headlines have a little attitude and [...]
I spend most of the work day in front of computer screens doing client work. I love the projects, but let’s face it, 8 hours or more each day (and during parts of weekends) in front of a two-dimensional screen can drive you a little batty sometimes. In order to break up the routine and [...]
Dr. Stuart Reeves
Here’s a radio interview you’ll want to listen to. It’s an interview with Dr. Stuart Reeves of Embria Health Sciences, talking about the human immune system and how immune balance works. The interview was recorded on KSTE 650 in Sacramento. Stuart discusses how EpiCor was “accidentally” discovered as a natural immune [...]
I recently joined WEGO Health, an online health community that appears to have lot of activity. It doesn’t have the bulk numbers that other places like WebMD has (who does??), but it is growing and is generating a lot of original discussion. My friending activity has produced several dozen cohorts in just a few weeks.