Journal of Behavioral Health and Psychology. 2021; 10(3):(301-318)


An Article for the General Public and Patients with Chronic Diseases Based on 11-years of Medical Research using Developed GH-Method: Math-Physical Medicine (No. 419)

Gerald C. Hsu

Abstract

Recently, the author received inquiries from patients, who have various chronic diseases, and their family members regarding general health, lifestyle management, metabolism, and certain chronic diseases and their complications.

Under life threatening events from heart attacks and possible kidney failure, the author initiated a journey of self-studying and researching endocrinology, with emphasis on diabetes, and food nutrition since 2010. Over the past 11 years, he has spent nearly 30,000 hours on this task and has written or published 400+ medical papers, including ~50 papers addressing his developed medical research methodology of GH-Method: math-physical medicine.

However, all of the published papers were written aimed at medical professionals, particularly medical research scientists. Therefore, he decided to write a different type of article which uses layman’s terms or simpler language. By using as little as possible oth scientific jargon or medical terminologies, he still includes fairly-accurate biomedical information and high-precision of results from his quantitative medical analysis work.

In summary, this article is written for the general public and patients with various chronic diseases covering topics of general health, lifestyle management, metabolism improvement, chronic disease control, complications risk reduction, and longevity. This starts with the subject of “death” and ends with the subject of “longevity” since “death and longevity” is the ultimate concern along with being content during the living years.

The author has made his best effort to describe all of the above-mentioned subjects without using scientific jargons or medical terminologies. Hopefully, it can serve the purposes of both ease-of-reading and useful information providing.

In 2010, three physicians warned him that he would die approximately in 2013-2015, but now in 2021, he is still alive and performing medical research. He is a living proof of this route of “health and longevity via lifestyle and metabolism”.

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