Long Island, NY (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
Who has time to stay up-to-date with the most current medical research? Many patients leave it up to their doctor, yet that's exactly why so many people struggle with obesity, diabetes, and cardiac problems. The Future of Health Now 2012 is an information program that hopes to better inform patients.
Most people don't seriously consider their health until they’re bed-ridden, achy, exhausted, and wondering what they need to do to "just feel normal again."
While most people are aware of "wellness basics" like diet and exercise as well as avoiding risk factors like smoking and alcohol that’s not the whole story, as one doctor explains.
Dr. Isaac Jones, one of the creators of The Future of Health Now 2012, explains this is exactly why so many people are slipping into poor health despite advances in medical technology.
He questions: “How can one make educated decisions about their health, or the health of one’s child, without direct access to a source that can provide these answers?”Dr. Isaac asks several tough-questions in his information page, which some critics are calling “controversial.” To see the information page, click HERE.
His answer is The Future of Health Now 2012, which provides a wealth of information from field experts ranging from weight loss to brain health, anti-aging to hormone balance, sleep remedies to stress management.
Leading doctors from NASA, Harvard, Cambridge, and Stanford provide insider access to the cutting edge of medical research. This benefits the average patient by making them more informed about their health.
“Bad information is simply not OK with us,” says Isaac. “That's why we decided to do something about it.”
To learn more about Dr. Isaac’s program, The Future of Health Now 2012, click HERE.