Category Archives: General posts

Nation’s Death Rate Rises as Progress Against Heart Disease Stalls

WSJ Thursday, December 8, 2016 By BETSY MCKAY and RON WINSLOW Updated Dec. 8, 2016 2:23 p.m. ET Researchers point to obesity epidemic as a key factor behind increase, call for more public-health measures Click here to read the full article It … Continue reading

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Integrative Medicine-treating the Whole you

The following article was published in Natural Awakenings Nov 2016 and discussed the definition of integrative medicine. According to The Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health, integrative medicine and health is “a holistic system that reaffirms the importance of the … Continue reading

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Lifestyle changes help prevent diabetes

Here is short video clip from our lecture at Johnson Compounding & Wellness (Oct 19th 2016). This study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine and shows how proper lifestyle changes are more effective in controlling blood sugar and … Continue reading

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How to wash your hands to kill germs

One of the best ways to prevent getting sick is to wash you hands properly.  This not only includes the proper washing technique, but also making sure you don’t reinfect your clean hands when you leave the bathroom. This video … Continue reading

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Prediabetes – a self inflicted epidemic

Every day, I get asked questions about what can be done to address; low blood sugar, prediabetes and weight gain issues, especially around the waistline. Blood sugar issues are now affecting every age group.  The scary part about this epidemic is that … Continue reading

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“Let Them Eat Dirt-Saving Your Child from an Oversanitized World”

Some days when I am reading the newspaper, I am amazed at some of the articles I come across. Last week in the life section of the Wall Street Journal there was a two-page article titled “Get your Children Good and … Continue reading

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Low Dose Naltrexone The Gift that Keeps on Giving

(I would like to thank Mohammed Hassoun,  Pharm. D., RPh for providing this blog post) Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been the subject of much debate due to its potential in benefiting certain disease states including cancers, immune-related diseases and … Continue reading

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