Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show discussing long lived cultures. Stating that the U.S. is 43rd among industrialized nations in longevity. Asserting that medical mistakes in hospital settings are now the third leading cause of death among Americans. Some 250,000 Americans are dying every year at the hands of the medical industry. Contending that people need to start taking charge of their own healthcare and avoid the medical system.Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article about a Korean study on dementia. Researchers found that smokers are more likely to develop dementia compared to people who never smoked and people that quit smoking. Long smokers who had recently quit had a 14% less chance of developing Alzhiemrer's. Also they had a 32% reduced chance of developing vascular demetia the most common form of dementia. Some 146,000 plus Korean men over the age of 60 were the participants for the study.
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