Study Shows Reduced IQ Among Boys from Maternal Exposure to Fluoride

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While community water fluoridation has been used to prevent tooth decay, health concerns about neurotoxicity have remained. A recent study about maternal exposure to fluoride sheds new light on the issue and shifts the conversation away from what has been considered junk science toward significance. From a clinical perspective, theRead …

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Unsalted Tomato Juice Significantly Improves Blood Pressure and LDL Cholesterol

Could tomato juice be your next patient recommendation? Chronic endothelial injury from hypertension, dyslipidemia, and diabetes are important contributors of atherosclerosis progression in aging populations. This means it is important to find easy ways to regulate patient blood pressure (BP), and lipid and glucose metabolism, to prevent the development ofRead …

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$5-Million to Mayo and Other Choices in the George’s Strategic Investment in Integrative Health

The George family name has been linked symbiotically to the growth of integrative health and medicine in the United States for 20 years. When a group of philanthropists met with a set of integrative academics at the Miraval Resort in 1999 and then again in 2001 in what would becomeRead …

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Is Prolotherapy Effective in the Treatment of Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head?

In this article by Ilker Solmaz, MD; Aydan Orscelik, MD; Özlem Karasimav, MD; Serkan Akpancar, MD from our partners at Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, a group of physicians report on a case study using prolotherapy on a 30-year old patient with complaints of pain and restricted motion of

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Glenn Sabin: Joe Biden’s So-Far Missed Opportunity to Impact Cancer

[Disclosure: My explorations of politics on this blog are limited to how political courage and well-expended political capital can have a sustainable impact on reducing our current cancer burden. ~ Glenn Sabin]  Given former vice president Joe Biden is currently atop the polls of democratic hopefuls in the hunt forRead …

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Two Montmorency Tart Cherry Studies Show Promise for Memory and Serum Insulin Reduction

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Montmorency tart cherry juice, made from the most abundant cherries in the United States, has long been coveted by gout sufferers, athletes for exercise recovery, and those seeking a good night’s sleep. Now there’s evidence that this polyphenol-rich beverage may help improve cognitive performance in older adults and reduce insulinRead …

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Matcha Tea Decreases Anxiety by Activating Dopamine and Seratonin Receptors

Many different countries have a tea culture, and Japanese Matcha tea is growing in popularity around the world. In Japan, Matcha has a long history of being used for various medicinal purposes. It has been suspected to have various beneficial effects to health, but relatively little scientific evidence supported thatRead …

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The Lancet Journals Announce Diversity Pledge and No “Manel” Policy

As part of the Lancet Group’s commitment to increasing gender equity, diversity, and inclusion in research and publishing, all of the publishing group’s 18 medical journals have adopted a new Diversity Pledge and No All-Male Panel Policy. At the same time, the Group reports progress on improving the representation ofRead …

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