Permethrin Again Overlooked to Prevent Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Permethrin Again Overlooked to Prevent Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Eastern Equine Encephalitis is spread by mosquitoes. So is malaria, Zika, and a dozen other serious diseases, I have written about permethrin extensively as an agent to reduce the incidence of Lyme disease. It is a neurotoxin for insects, but not for men or women, and...
How to Reduce the Risk of Eastern Equine Encephalitis

How to Reduce the Risk of Eastern Equine Encephalitis

The mosquitoes that carry EEE can bite any time day or night, the highest frequency is the early evening. Schools in high-risk areas have canceled nighttime athletic contests. There is insecticide spraying in hish risk towns, but this disease very high case-fatality...
Study: Alternate day fasting reduces belly fat and LDL cholesterol

Study: Alternate day fasting reduces belly fat and LDL cholesterol

Alternate day fasting (ADF) is a new trend in the weight-loss world. Now, there’s research to show that it may have a positive effect in terms of reducing belly fat and lowering cholesterol levels. On August 27, researchers from the University of Graz in Austria...
How to Live to 100 and Keep Your Marbles

How to Live to 100 and Keep Your Marbles

The Relationship between Alzheimer’s, Dementia and the Aging Brain New research reveals the best way to survive from 75 to 90 years old: eat, drink, be merry, and exercise. Those who made it to 75, benefited from Consuming wine rather than abstinence Consuming coffee...
Why Does Fish Oil Only Work Some of the Time?

Why Does Fish Oil Only Work Some of the Time?

The answer might be your refrigerator… Approximately one out of every three American adults consume some form of omega-3 oil regularly. The majority is from eating fish, while fish oil pills provide most of the rest. Consumption of fish is advocated by the American...
Lyme Disease: Kill Ticks Before They Can Infect You or Your Children

Lyme Disease: Kill Ticks Before They Can Infect You or Your Children

“I live on Martha’s Vineyard and work outdoors. I always find a few ticks when I come back indoors. Last year I had Lyme disease, so this year I started wearing permethrin-treated clothing. I have yet to see one tick on me this year.” — Kevin C. The mainstream media...

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