This page explains why scientific evidence matters to people who wish to optimize health. It also explains how to interpret the information you obtain in evidence-based posts about health – found in My Scientific Health posts.
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As part of doing our work, we review numerous scientific research studies on daily bases. Our posts are grounded in the latest scientific health research and we provide links to the research articles that we cite in our posts.
We encourage you to follow up on cited references – to check out the original results and conclusions in research articles for yourself. This way you gain more in-depth knowledge whenever you are interested to discover more.
How We Use Scientific Evidence?
We are not looking to throw around any magical easy “solutions” to people’s health problems – quick solutions often do not work and might be even potentially harmful.
Our goal is to inform people about the scientific principles behind commonly practiced health tactics – for example, meditation, yoga, massage, cardio exercise, different types of diets or types of available supplements among other strategies for maintaining our health. In other words, we focus on presenting substantially researched health practices – the types of strategies that are likely to be not harmful to most people.My Scientific Health offers actionable & evidence-based health information - the type of information which is missing online todayClick To Tweet
Always remember that existing scientific evidence cannot tell you whether some type of healthy practice or intervention will work for you – in your case specifically. However, scientific evidence is always useful for gaining a sense of direction – towards generally being able to tell the difference between healthy vs. unhealthy practices in life.
Genetic factors, lifestyle factors, environmental factors, and overall health status (including absence or presence of chronic conditions) – greatly differ among individuals. Yet together all of these factors also greatly affect how individuals might respond to different ways of managing personal health.
Overall, it is important to be mindful of your personal health and to reach your own conclusions about the health tactics you practice in your life. When in doubt, always consult with your health practitioner.
Scientific Evidence Is Not Medical Advice
Keep in mind that the human body is an extremely complex biological system. At any given moment, our bodies carry-out virtually countless numbers of biological reactions – as part of running all necessary life processes. Simply consider the scientific observation that the average human brain contains approximately 85 billion neurons [R1]. Now just try to imagine the extreme biological precision that is required for a 9-digit number of neuron cells to fit in our skulls and, at the same time, to allow for human consciousness – for everything that we ever experience in our lives!
The entire collection of published scientific research about human health – is frankly astonishing. There is no doubt that medical research has vastly improved the quality of human life, and currently continues to do so at a hasty pace. Yet, it feels even more amazing to think about how much we have yet to discover in terms of efficient ways for people to manage health.My Scientific Health transforms the latest Health Science into meaningful Health Actions - Optimal Health TodayClick To Tweet
Because of the reasons discussed above, you are encouraged to ask your doctor’s opinion regarding any information you obtain on our website. The opinions expressed on this website are not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or health condition. You should always consult a healthcare professional with your personal health issues and questions, as well as regarding your use of any products recommended on this website.Use reliable health information towards more Optimal Health - Science is Common SenseClick To Tweet
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