Global Health Topics

An All-Natural, Nightly, Cave-Person Routine to Help You Fall Asleep & Fall Back to Sleep if You Wake Up

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  Sick of not sleeping? Time to Sleep Live a Cave Person! Lots of folks ask me if they should wear the ZENBand throughout the night.  Everyone is different, but I recommend against it. I’m a fan of sleeping like a caveperson, because that is what has worked best for me and those I work […]

LeftHanders Day: Yale Study says Left-handed people are more Likely to be Crazy than Right-handed people

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A  case/control study was recently published that shows left-handed people are prone to craziness more so than right-handed people.     Researchers at Yale University studied 107 patients that go to an urban, outpatient psychiatric clinic for either mood, depression, schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder.  They found that the percentage of schizophrenics or schizoaffectives who are […]

Chat with Steve Dakh, co-founder of cryptocurrency Ethereum & creator of the KryptoKit Wallet

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Dr. Erin here. I’m excited to post a really intriguing conversation I had here in New York City with Steve Dakh, one of the co-founders of the blockchain Ethereum, as well as one of the creators of KryptoKit, a wallet for cryptocurrencies. Steve is the horse’s mouth when it comes to crypto: He knows everything […]

Radiation Expert Dr. Andy Karam on EMF & Cell Phone Risk

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Andy is a friend and internationally recognized expert on all things radiation. He’s the former in-house radiation/nuclear expert for NYPD’s Counter-terrorism unit and travels all over the world giving lectures on all things radiation and nuclear. I will include his impressive bio at the end of this piece, as well as a link to his […]

Political Reductionism and Social Media: The Perfect Brain Poison & A Possible Antidote

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Since I was in middle school, I’ve never liked the idea of latching on to any political ideology as truth. Why do I have to pick a side? Wouldn’t my views evolve as I aged? Won’t specific issues become less or more important to me as I get older and, hopefully, wiser? Wouldn’t I have […]

Dr. Gonzalo M. Vazquez-Prokopec on Predicting and Preventing Mosquito-Borne EIDs like Dengue Fever

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From nuclear war to mass shootings, we worry about a lot of things that could kill a lot of people. I mostly worry about emerging infectious diseases or EIDs. It could be a vector-borne disease, like ones transmitted by mosquitoes. Dengue fever is an example. It could be a zoonotic disease, or one that jumps […]

Don’t Tell Me to Shut Up: The ‘Et Tu, Brute’ Stigma of Mental Illness: On Psych Central

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After sharing my eccentric journey to recovery in a new book, I’ve been accused of being anti-psychiatry. I’m not anti-psychiatry. I’m only anti-psychiatry if it means questioning the long-term efficacy of antidepressants, drug-biased research and the accuracy of making quick diagnoses without objective evidence. I’m anti-psychiatry if it means campaigning for a better mental health […]

Cell Phones, Pregnancy, & Fetal Health Effects: An Interview with Yale Hospital’s Chief of OB/GYN, Dr. Hugh Taylor

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While the latest and greatest new gadget is exciting and trendy, I always wonder how it impacts our health. No one ever discusses health implications when a new phone or wireless gadget hits the market, because we are way more focused on all the cool things it can do. It’s no secret that technology evolves […]

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