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    Why on earth do people have their faces injected with one of the most powerful poisons known (botulinus toxin)? The registered name for this folly is Botox®. The quick answer, I suppose, is that it is important for people—especially women—to maintain their good looks for as long as possible. But at what cost? Eventually you […]

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    Holidays again. There is an old saying “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” [Locksley Hall, by Alfred Lord Tennyson]. In my case, its winter holidays triggering the same thought. Maybe that’s a function of age! But then, I think I know more about love today than any young […]

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    Cancer is currently the #2 killer of men and women worldwide. It’s expected to overtake heart disease in the next two decades. Listening to cancer organizations talk about “fighting cancer” gives the impression that they’re winning when in fact, they’re not moving the needle much at all. Orthodox medical care has made very little progress […]

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    One of the stupidest and longest running medical follies is the daft story that sunlight causes skin cancer. It does NOT, it protects against skin cancer. It’s vital for your long-term health that you grasp this and stop listening to the dangerous propaganda being expounded by ignorant MDs and research scientists. Those of you who […]

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    Depression is a complex and debilitating illness that more than 15 million American adults suffer with every day. It negatively affects every area of your life – sometimes happening so slowly that you don’t recognize the signs of depression until long after it’s gone too far. For decades, doctors have been trying to unravel the […]

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    This week sees the launch of my latest book The Psychology Of Cancer. It’s an exciting multi-dimensional book, bursting with different ideas and things to do. In fact, one of the first things to say is that most of it applies to any disease process, not just cancer. We all get sick for a reason! […]

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    Energy drinks have gained incredible popularity in the last few years. We live in a sleep-deprived world that increasingly expects longer hours or greater production. The lure of “miracle” energy is strong. However, energy drink dangers should not be ignored. Second only to vitamin supplements, and heavily marketed to young people, they promise a boost […]

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    Is there such a thing as internet addiction? Sounds made up, doesn’t it? When I first heard the rumblings of this new condition, I admit, I was skeptical. It sounded like the latest scapegoat for poor choices. Now, I’m not so sure. In the past ten years, all of us have experienced a shift in […]

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    What have I been up to this week? Being a grandparent is not always 100% fun! Taking a young person around with you can sometimes feel like you have a bag of Semtex strapped to your back, ready to explode! Here’s me with granddaughter Emily (age 16 yrs) at the Universal Studios, Hollywood, outside Kwik-E-Mart […]

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    When we look back in years to come, I think Ty Bollinger’s The Truth About Cancer, Ultimate LIVE Symposium 2016 will seem like a pivotal milestone. I have never lectured before knowing that I am being watched by more than half a million subscribers online! (could be well over a million and, of course, when […]

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    Do you have problems from fatty liver disease? Are you sure? The liver isn’t as interesting to most people as the brain or the heart but, with the help of your kidneys, it removes 99% of the toxins inside you. Your liver prevents the pollutants from the food you eat, the air you breathe, and […]

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    Late last year (November) I came across a very strange report. The story itself is fairly fascinating but the implications are even more so. Imagine cancer being transferred from a parasite to the human body! In this case the man had HIV (a whole argument in itself, whether that has anything to do with AIDS). […]

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    No matter your age, protecting your brain health should be a priority. I firmly believe that if parents make this a primary goal in their children’s early childhood, we can turn the tide on the epidemic of neurodegenerative disease. Yes, preserving cognitive function is more of a pressing topic to people over the age of […]

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    I’ve just completed a moderate-sized but very needed book on the Psychology Of Cancer (How We Get It; How We Fight It; and What It Can Teach Us). You’ll be able to read it soon. Meantime, here is a tasty sample of what it has to offer… It’s all about the impact of negative psychological […]

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