“From a medical perspective I am not seeing an impact from Covid on the ground. What I am seeing is delayed diagnoses for other conditions – breast cancer, skin cancer in young people, an onslaught of anxiety and depression, an increase in loneliness in the elderly” https://t.co/x8BBndUCwb— Joanna Blythman (@JoannaBlythman) September 12, 2020
Thought for the evening-— Dr Kailash Chand OBE (@KailashChandOBE) September 12, 2020
“Fear doesn’t prevent death. It prevents life.”
Your genetics is a 1% cause of your Type 2 Diabetes.— Ken D Berry MD (@KenDBerryMD) September 12, 2020
Your slothfulness is a 1% cause of your Type 2 Diabetes.
Your High-Carb DIET is the other 98%…
Which should you focus on?? https://t.co/RFOLjZZNJM
Upward Trends in Obesity Continue. Rates 2000 to 2018:— Dr. David Ludwig (@davidludwigmd) September 12, 2020
👉Teens 16 to 21%
👉Men 27 to 43%
👉Women 33 to 42%
Beyond risk for heart disease and diabetes, >100 studies link obesity to Covid-19 severity.
Time to seriously address obesity AND hunger in US.https://t.co/IE52xXSXWF
I keep hearing that #T2Diabetes is genetic. The way you were taught to eat by your parents is hereditary, not genetic.— Gary Fettke (@FructoseNo) September 12, 2020
Evolution of our genetics is towards insulin resistance and fat storage at times of plenty. Problem is there is too much plenty. #LCHF #keto#WeCanKickThis pic.twitter.com/tx4dFvN5SY
Being wrong isn’t a bad thing like they teach you in schools. It is a good thing:— Richard Feynman (@ProfFeynman) September 12, 2020
• It is an opportunity to learn something and improve.
• It reinforces humility.
• When you finally admit your mistakes, it makes you less of an idiot.