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Day: August 11, 2020

Racism Is NOT A “Public Health” Issue

But ambitious governors emboldened by your failure to push back against “lockdowns” and “mask-mandates” are taking the next logical step through the opening you have given them. C19 “LOCKDOWNS” AND MASK-MANDATES BY STATE GOVERNORS are all illegal, as I have shown with sample analyses of eight state constitutions which all expressly prohibit the “executive orders” by which the offenses are committed. However, so far no one– not a single business owner, nor a single legislator in any of these states or any other– has had the balls to defy the… Read more Racism Is NOT A “Public Health” Issue

The Facts About Belly Fat

Belly Fat: More Than Skin Deep One fact about stomach fat you should know is this: It’s not just that squishy layer right under your skin — the kind you grab to see if you can “pinch an inch.” Visceral fat is the name for the kind that lies deep in your torso. It packs around your intestines, liver, and stomach. It can also line your arteries. And it can be risky for your health. But you don’t need special diets or exercises to lose it — just healthy habits.… Read more The Facts About Belly Fat

Guide to Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

What Is It? Diabetes can damage your peripheral nerves, the ones that help you feel pain, heat, and cold. Called DPN for short, this condition most often affects your feet and legs. It can affect your hands and arms, too. It causes odd feelings in your skin and muscles, as well as numbness that could lead to injuries you don’t realize you have. What Causes It? Someone who has diabetes is more likely to have high levels of glucose and triglycerides (a kind of fat) in their blood. Over time,… Read more Guide to Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy