How old is your body? New life expectancy calculator reveals how likely a healthy 75-year-old is to outlive someone who drinks and smokes by ten years

. Researchers have created a groundbreaking ‘health calculator’ which allows 75-year-olds to calculate their odds of living to 85 – with some rather stark results . Groundbreaking ‘health calculator’ chart created by scientists at University of Zurich in Switzerland . They studied 17,000 people for health indicators including alcohol intake, smoking, exercise and diet . The study revealed that the unhealthiest 75-year-olds had just a 35% chance of living another decade . The findings also showed a healthy 75-year-old can have a longer life expectancy than an unhealthy 65-year-old By Dan Bloom Pensioners halve their odds of living another decade … Continue reading How old is your body? New life expectancy calculator reveals how likely a healthy 75-year-old is to outlive someone who drinks and smokes by ten years

How Time Of Day Influences Cancer Test Results And When Medicines Are Most Effective

By Susan Scutti It is well known that workers on the night shift disturb their sleep-wake cycles and so, too, their circadian rhythms — the 24-hour cascade of physical, mental, and behavioral changes occuring in all humans, in all organisms. This disruption causes shift workers to be more accident prone and even harms their long-term health. The subtle influences of circadian rhythms also may be affecting the rest of us. A new study finds time of day and sleep deprivation have a significant effect on our metabolism, suggesting there is a “best time” to test for diseases, such as cancer … Continue reading How Time Of Day Influences Cancer Test Results And When Medicines Are Most Effective

Another giant nail in the coffin of psychiatry

  By John Rappoport As my readers know, I’ve assembled a wide-ranging case against psychiatry. It isn’t a science. It isn’t even close. It’s a hoax. The bible of the profession, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM), lists some 300 separate and distinct mental disorders. However, none of the 300 has a defining physical test for diagnosis. No blood test, no urine test, no hair test, no brain scan, no genetic assay. Here’s another huge nail in the coffin. It was hammered by exactly the kind of establishment honcho people like to quote when they defend the … Continue reading Another giant nail in the coffin of psychiatry

Demolishing Justice

By William Saletan Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli soldiers after Friday prayers in the Arab East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ras al-Amud July 4, 2014. The Israeli government destroyed the homes of Palestinian murder suspects. Will it do the same to the homes of Jewish murder suspects? The government of Israel says it will treat the July 2 abduction and murder of Muhammad Abu Khdeir, a Palestinian boy, the same way it treats terrorism against Jews. The killers “will face the full weight of the law,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged Sunday. “We do not differentiate between the terrorists.” To this, … Continue reading Demolishing Justice

Banks Face Ultimate Collapse

Tom Heneghan It can now be reported that, at this hour, there is NO liquidity left in the worldwide financial markets as Chinese banks can no longer guarantee the bad loans which affects all worldwide derivative holdings of criminal banking institutions aka JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of England, U.S. Citibank as well as NAZI German Deutsche Bank. The libor rate (which is still being manipulated) is about to go inverted making the yield curve ass backwards. Translation: There is no real short term cash left for funding cross-collateralized derivatives that have been used to … Continue reading Banks Face Ultimate Collapse

Swedish site to expose doctors’ mistakes

Lexbase, a controversial site which lets Swedes view their neighbour’s criminal records, revealed on Monday that information on less-than-perfect doctors and dentists will soon be available. The founders of criminal-mapping site Lexbase told newspaper Expressen that business is booming – and that the next step is to expose doctors and dentists who have been marked by the Medical Responsibility Board (Hälso- och sjukvårdens ansvarsnämnd – HSAN) for mistakes or neglect on the job. “We are going to publish decisions from HSAN,” board chairman Magnus Gröndal told the paper. “We also plan to publish information about decisions from the National Board … Continue reading Swedish site to expose doctors’ mistakes

Goldman Sachs is my landlord

Vanesa Fernández and her son’s low-rent apartment in Madrid’s Vallecas district now belongs to investment bank Goldman Sachs. / JULIÁN ROJAS The sale of state-owned homes to private firms has left hundreds of families facing eviction by Carmen Pérez-Lanzac / Elisa Silió Madrid Vanesa Fernández used to live in an apartment owned by the state; now her landlord is Goldman Sachs, the multinational investment bank that made a fortune out of the collapse of the subprime mortgage bond collapse in 2007. The former took a more understanding approach to the unemployed single mother’s circumstances by reducing her rent when she ran … Continue reading Goldman Sachs is my landlord

Battram, anyone? ‘Badass’ new Russian streetcar revealed (PHOTOS)

Russian cities that want to develop their public transit systems will soon have a stellar option to buy. A sleek new black streetcar looks like something Darth Vader would pilot in Star Wars and promises new levels of comfort and safety to commuters. The R1, or Russia One, was developed by a subsidiary of Uralvagonzavod, a company best known for producing advanced Russian tanks. The prototype streetcar, or tram, is to be revealed to the public on Wednesday at the Innoprom-2014 tech expo, but the producer offered a sneak peak to Russian bloggers one day ahead. Unlike many foreign tram … Continue reading Battram, anyone? ‘Badass’ new Russian streetcar revealed (PHOTOS)