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Brief Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia Cuts Costs

   Introduction With as few as three cognitive therapy treatments, patients can see significant improvement in sleep and reduced medical costs. This study shows how addressing sleep disorders, one can reduce health-care costs and improve patient outcomes for overall wellness. This research is the first to outline how brief treatments with cognitive (more…) RELATED ARTICLES

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Neurogenic Inflammation in OA: Combined Thermal Therapy with Acetaminophen

Introduction Symptomatic drugs are frequently used for pain control, but dissatisfaction with such an intervention has led many patients to seek other treatments, of which is thermal heat from mud packs. The intentions in the present study was to investigate a possible interaction between thermal treatment and the main neuropeptides involved in OA pathogenesis and […]

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Serum Bilirubin Concentrations and Chronic Kidney Disease

  Introduction The association between serum bilirubin concentrations and CKD is controversial and conflicting studies show opposing results. This study as presented in the slideshow, shows that higher serum direct bilirubin levels were significantly associated with a lower risk of the development of CKD, even when considering a variety of cardiometabolic parameters. The study authors […]






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Addiction Expert: Prescribing Painkillers is Not the Only Option

By Tammy Strickling Medical practitioners are writing millions of prescriptions for drugs such as Vicodin, Percocet and OxyContin, which contain compounds derived from opium—one of the world’s most powerful painkillers— in an effort to relieve Americans of pain after acuter injuries or operations. These powerful opioids – the standard in pain treatment (more…) RELATED ARTICLES […]






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Valter Longo, PhD: Differential Stress – Effects of Fasting on Cancer

Interview by Craig Gustafson Sponsored by the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians 2014 Conference The following is a two-part excerpt of an interview with Valter Longo, PhD. by Craig Gustafson, for Integrative Medicine, A Clinician’s Journal, Dec. 2013. Part one of the interview is below, regarding cancer research and fasting. Part (more…) RELATED ARTICLES Vitamin […]






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Tieraona Low Dog & INNATE Response Partner in “&Wholism” Movement

True health is greater than the sum of its parts with “&Wholism” Movement.  Tieraona Low Dog, M.D. and INNATE Response™ are teaming up to support a movement in health and wellness, they call “&Wholism.” Dr. Low (more…) RELATED ARTICLES Tieraona Low Dog, MD Webinar on the Silent Epidemic of Nutrient Deficiencies






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