Category Archives: Oxygen Models of Diseases

How can Hunger And Obesity Increase Worldwide Concurrently?

Majid Ali, M.D. My Simple Answer: Because Food and Environmental Chemicalization Is Increasing Worldwide.  The Study Provides Direct Evidence For  My Oxygen Model of Obesity A 2017 Study Shows Obesity Rate Exceeds 10 Percent Worldwide A 2017 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found  that obesity rates at least doubled in 73 countries between 1980 and 2015, and

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Chronic Disease Is Evolution In Reverse

Majid Ali, M.D. Here is a simplicity that reduces many complexities of chronic disease.   A diseases is a state of regression— evolution in reverse, so to speak. In 1998, I conceived this simple idea and the possibility that the origin of diseases, at its core, could be understood through an understanding of the origin of life on the planet Earth.

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Alzheimer’s Disease, At Its Roots, Is An Oxygen Problem

Majid Ali, M.D. Oxygen model of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a unifying model with a strong explanatory power for all known clinical, microscopic, immunologic and biochemical aspects of the disease on the disease. It holds that disruptions of oxygen signaling and mitochondrial function are etiologic basis of AD. I first proposed this model in RDA: Rats, Drugs, and Assumptions (1995).

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Oxygen Model of Health and Healing

Majid Ali, M.D. A Workable Simplicity for Coping With Maddening Complexities of Health and Healing in Life   My Oxygen Model of Health and Healing is a unifying model that explains all aspects of health and healing—attributes of health, the state of absence of health, the health/dis-ease/disease continuum, causes and clinical course of disease states—on the basis of disturbed oxygen

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Oxygen-Insulin Model of All Chronic Diseases

7-Segment Video Series on FEAR, Anger, and Absence of Curiosity Majid Ali, M.D. Building Architectures of Knowledge on Simple Truths of Biology I expect that many eyes will roll at the title of this article. I anticipate many knowing smiles from other readers who are familiar with my   oxygen models of various diseases. They might chuckle and say we knew

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