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The nitric oxide key to prevent heart attack

The nitric oxide key to prevent heart attack

How's your endothelium and how can you help keep or make it healthy?
Readers say cancer treatment patients deserve better

Readers say cancer treatment patients deserve better

From Sault Ste. Marie, ‘Thanks for having the balls to say what is so apparent to any sensible observer...'
How GAADD is slowly killing North Americans

How GAADD is slowly killing North Americans

Humans, unlike many other animals, do not manufacture vitamin C in our bodies. This makes us more prone to Generalized Ascorbic Acid Deficiency Disease (GAADD) than we might realize
What did you learn from Dr. W. Gifford Jones in 2017?

What did you learn from Dr. W. Gifford Jones in 2017?

From supplements to ill fitting clothing, what more do you know now?
Want a pet? The risk and benefit

Want a pet? The risk and benefit

Remember, when Fido licks your face he shows he loves you. But Fido will always be a dog and may have pooped just before you rub his tail. It’s great to be loved, but you may also end with an unintended infection
We need more love in the Christmas stocking

We need more love in the Christmas stocking

Change must start with individual families and end with politicians throughout the world who control nuclear weapons
Our belly proves we’re not Gods this holiday season

Our belly proves we’re not Gods this holiday season

Heartburn is triggered by several factors. The lower esophageal muscle (LEM) at the end of the food pipe can become weak and inefficient at times. So if you “eat the whole thing”, excess gas is created in the stomach and the laws of physics say something has to give
Heroin for opioid addicts, none for cancer patients

Heroin for opioid addicts, none for cancer patients

Cancer patients and their families should be enraged
Taking arsenic would be a safer option

Taking arsenic would be a safer option

In this week's The Doctor Game column, Dr. W. Gifford Jones discusses the many ways adults break their faces these days
A recipe for Alzheimer's Disease

A recipe for Alzheimer's Disease

In this week's Doctor Game column, Dr. W. Gifford-Jones discusses some pitfalls that may lead to dementia