Richard Ruhling, MD is board-certified in Internal Medicine and had a Cardiology Fellowship before teaching Health Science at Loma Linda University. There he got life-changing insight, enabling him to develop a Total Health Seminar designed to help people make positive changes in their lifestyle.
While teaching, Dr. Lester Breslow, Dean at nearby UCLA finished a federally-funded study to show 7 simple health habits were good for a 30 extra years over people who break the rules--an advantage that far exceeds all the advances of medical care that’s now a leading cause of illness and death due to medical error and adverse reactions.
National Geographic featured Loma Linda in their cover story as the only ‘Blue Zone’ for health in the western hemisphere, Nov 2005 & his school was funded $40 million to discover why the community lived about 7 years longer compared to similar non-smoking groups.
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