The reality of the disposable American has been building up in recent years, and new evidence keeps pouring in. Now the potential exists for greater suffering under the rule of a billionaire Cabinet that is far, far removed from average workers and renters and homeowners. First the “Upside” — 5% of Us Are Millionaires Depending on the source, America has anywhere from 7 million to 13.5 million millionaires …
Virtually zero.’ That’s a reasonable estimate of the probability that public health authorities in the foreseeable future will successfully curb the worldwide epidemics of obesity and diabetes, at least according to Margaret Chan, the director general of the World Health Organization (WHO) – a person who should know. Virtually zero is the likelihood, Chan said at the National Academy of …
The life expectancy for Americans has declined for the first time in 23 years. Data from the National Center for Health Statistics shows that the average life expectancy for a U.S. man fell from 76.5 years in 2014 to 76.3 in 2015. For women, it fell from 81.3 to 81.2. Disease certainly plays the biggest part. There was a 0.9 …
Medical technologies that have long been detailed in science fiction are becoming realities in the world’s laboratories and hospitals, which makes extending the average lifespan to triple digits much more viable. Expectation is growing within medical and scientific circles that technology can “cure” the ageing process, especially considering how the rapid evolution of healthcare tools has lengthened life expectancy over …
A decades-long trend of rising life expectancy in the U.S. could be ending: It declined last year and it is no better than it was four years ago. In most of the years since World War II, life expectancy in the U.S. has inched up, thanks to medical advances, public health campaigns and better nutrition and education. But last year …
Natasha Vita-More, PhD, advocate for radical life extension and human enhancement. Natasha is chair of the transhumanist organization, Humanity+, and is a Professor at the University of Advancing Technology. We will look at the future of human beings and the relationship between design, science, and technology. http://www.natasha.cc
More than 2,000 doctors across the United States have endorsed a detailed proposal  for transforming America’s broken for-profit health care system into a publicly funded, universal model that would knock down all barriers to treatment. Just published in the American Journal of Public Health by a 39-member Working Group on Single-Payer Program Design, and signed by a growing number of physicians and …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gave you information on these great topics below and played great videos for you to hear and watch. Click on the links below to watch or read.
Life expectancy for white women falls slightly in U.S.
Better sleep and tai chi reduce inflammation and promote health
Talk outshines light in preventing return of winter blues, says new UVM study
Brain’s immune system could be harnessed to fight Alzheimer’s
Reducing cholesterol with food made from soybeans and amaranth
Masculinity + energy drinks = sleep problems
Gary takes a quick break and plays this jam: The Brothers Johnson – Stomp!
FDA looks to expand electroshock use despite significant risks and no proven benefit
FDA to declassify electroshock therapy to same risk category as condoms and contact lenses
VIDEO: The problem with millennials
VIDEO: URGENT – Fox news caught using fake video of riots!
Gary takes a very quick break and comes back with these great videos to end the show:
VIDEO: The truth about public education. Public schools? More like indoctrination camps.
VIDEO: Pentagon Employee Witness Says There Was No Plane on 9-11-2001!
VIDEO: Conan O’Brien fully exposes mainstream media
Get off your duff: A new study finds that sitting less may extend your life. Brazilian researchers who analyzed data from 54 countries linked sitting for more than three hours a day to 3.8 percent of deaths from all causes. Limiting sitting time to less than three hours a day would increase a person’s life expectancy by an average of 0.2 years—or more than …
Millions have marched for “cancer causes.” Millions more have been diagnosed “early” and now believe screening saved their lives. But a new study confirms something we have been reporting on since our inception: In most cases, screening not only has not “saved lives,” but actually increases your risk of dying. An extremely important new study published in the British Medical …
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