Tag Archives: Last

How to Pick Out a Shoe That Will Actually Last

There’s a good chance you’ve lost count of how many pairs of shoes you’ve bought over the course of your life. Most of us have probably spent hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on them, whether you’re a diehard sneaker-head or prefer to keep it simple. But how much do you actually know about what… Read More »

Last Month in Oncology with Dr. Bishal Gyawali

By BISHAL GYAWALI MD  Long list of news in lung cancer September was an important month in oncology—especially for lung cancer. The World Conference in Lung Cancer (WCLC) 2018 gave us some important practice-changing results, also leading to four NEJM publications. The trial with most public health impact is unfortunately not published yet. It’s the NELSON… Read More »

When did you last look at what was IN your drinking water?

by William Fryer MA OxonHuman Scientist & director of www.megahome-distillers.co.uk More and more people are taking the quality of their drinking water seriously. While it is important to maintain good hydration at all times and although some health gurus suggest you should consume 2+litres per day, in reality, your body’s requirements will alter with size, diet… Read More »