Health is simple. We just keep making it complicated.
We need all of the high tech medical procedures and tests that science can develop. But huge steps forward in health — of individuals and also of society — can come from implementing much humbler ideas. We need to implement scientific common sense and shared public health values.
Here are four of the latest scientific research reports that illustrate this theme.
Instead of excess spending on fancy medical tests, let’s do something to minimize work stress and save ourselves some money instead.
Skilled, attentive listening is an experience that should be part of your daily life with family and friends. But it’s also a form of medical intervention.
The drugs that were shown to increase the risk of dementia were drugs that had an anti-cholinergic effect, and included some allergy drugs, older types of anti-depressants, and drugs for bladder control.
There are nearly always alternatives, including non-drug options.