Muscle Mass — The Key to Longevity

In this interview, Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, an osteopathic physician, reviews what I believe is one of the best health optimizing strategies there is, namely strength training. She’s a graduate of Midwestern University and has spent a good part of her professional career focusing on how to increase strength and muscle mass, which is an often-overlooked… Read More »

Is It True That Salt Is Bad for Your Heart?

“Conventional wisdom” states that a high-sodium diet will increase your blood pressure, thereby raising your risk for a cardiac event. This claim is largely based on uncontrolled case reports from the early 1900s,1 and despite more rigorous studies finding no support for the low-sodium recommendation, the dogma around it has been hard to break through.… Read More »

Why Food Prices Are Expected to Skyrocket

In the featured video, “Breaking Points” cohosts Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti discuss one of the greatest threats currently facing the people of the world, namely food shortages and skyrocketing food prices. According to a recent NPR report,1 the global food price index hit its highest recorded level in March 2022, rising 12.6% in a… Read More »

Telent provides fire and rescue station communications refresh in preparation for ESN transition

Providing an end-to-end replacement of legacy networks, the system upgrades provide critical control room communications to fire stations across the UK Warwick, U.K, 31st March 2022 – Telent has completed a network refresh to support station end systems for a major fire and rescue service in England. The upgrade has replaced soon to be retired… Read More »

Two Weeks to Flatten Freedom and Dignity

Last week, my home city of New York lifted the mandates. They kinda, sorta lifted the mandates. Some places are still enforcing them, and the toddlers are still required to wear the Mask, and cabs still require the Mask, and our strict masters left the door open to introduce mandates again whenever they please …… Read More »