5 questions every presidential candidate should answer on the global economy

Recent turbulence in the international financial markets suggests that the global economy may see a significant downturn running up to the November elections. That in turn could have major implications for the US economic

The world after Mubarak

The world’s great democratic powers cannot be complicit in tyranny without paying a heavy price, morally for sure, but also practically. Whether it is Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany or the many other vile dictatorships

With world in disorder, time is ripe for a US-UK-Japan trilateral

The global diplomatic community is again promising serious sanctions against North Korea for its latest missile launch. Meanwhile, the Pentagon belatedly announces it will quadruple its defense budget for European activities, in the face of continued

6 Kitchen Hacks for Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

Find out how to use unsweetened cocoa powder in six delicious new ways.

Applying to Zika the forgotten lessons of Ebola

The fear of a world-wide explosion in Zika infections carried by Olympic attendees who return from Brazil with the virus has all the makings of a Hollywood disaster movie. The 2014 Ebola pandemic stemming

The coming South Carolina clash between Trump and Bush … (George W. that is)

Trump needs to remember: There may be lots of Trump supporters in South Carolina who are also George W. Bush supporters. And while their residual loyalty to 43 may not translate into votes for

Applying to Zika the forgotten lessons of Ebola

Resident Fellow Scott Gottlieb explains the Zika virus.

La Pista de una Enfermedad Intestinal Que Pocas Personas Reconocen

Por la Dra. Becker

Con frecuencia, la primera señal de que tu mascota no se está sintiendo bien, es por un cambio en su comportamiento.

Muchos dueños de mascotas están al tanto de

5 Great Reasons Why You Should Not Take Statins

By Dr. Mercola

Statin cholesterol-lowering drugs are widely touted as the best way to lower your cholesterol and thereby prevent a heart attack. They’re recommended to people who have “high cholesterol,” those who

2015 Dietary Guidelines Include Healthy Revisions, but Still Falls Short for Effective Prevention of Heart Disease

By Dr. Mercola

On January 7, 2016, the U.S. government released its 2015 to 2020 dietary guidelines 1,2,3,4,5