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Webinar: Cold and Flu Treatments with Tieraona Low Dog, M.D.

It’s cold and flu season. Is your practice ready? According to the Centers for Disease Control, flu vaccines vary significantly in their efficacy, depending on characteristics of the patient, such as age and overall health, as well as how well the flu vaccine is matched to the viruses spreading in (more…) RELATED ARTICLES Tieraona Low […]

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TOP READ Echinacea & Elderberry Reduces Flu Duration

The coincidental timing of holiday air travel and flu season poses an increased health risk for patients. Two new studies on elderberry or a combination of Echinacea purpurea and elderberry may reduce the duration and severity of symptoms from colds and flu. The first study examined the use of elderberry for travel related respiratory illness.  […]

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Infrared Light Irradiation on Retinal Artery, Vein Blood Flow & Atherosclerosis-inducing Factors

In this small pilot study, published in Integrative Medicine Research (Dec. 2017), researchers evaluated the influence of pinpoint plantar long-wavelength infrared light irradiation (stress-free therapy; SFT) on chorioretinal hemodynamics (retinal artery and vein blood flows) as well as its influences on atherosclerosis-inducing factors (triglycerides; TG, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol; LDL-C, high-density (more…) RELATED ARTICLES New Theory […]

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Larch Arabinogalactan and Immune Response

In 2013, a study, Immunomodulatory Effects of ResistAid™: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multidose Study, evaluated the ability of a proprietary arabinogalactan extract from the larch tree (ResistAid™, Lonza Ltd., Basel, Switzerland) to change the immune response in healthy adults to a standardized antigenic challenge of tetanus and influenza vaccines in (more…) RELATED ARTICLES TOP READ […]

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Case Study: A Genomic Medicine Approach to Anxiety

CASE STUDY by Joe R. Veltmann PhD FAAIM DCCN and Roberta Kline MD FACOG, founders of Genoma International. Jessica felt helpless, hopeless and alone. She had just turned 18, realizing her dream of living in the big city, yet something was getting in the way. She struggled with worsening anxiety (more…) RELATED ARTICLES Naturopathic Science […]

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Genotyping May Minimize the Need for Liver Transplants

Genotyping could help minimize the need for liver transplants.  Winston Dunn, MD associate professor at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Dunn, the study lead author, presented evidence at the annual Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2017 conference, showing that genotyping of patients with advanced cirrhosis from hepatitis C virus could help (more…) RELATED ARTICLES

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Webinar: A Genomic Approach To Cardiovascular Disease

Webinar by Genoma International. Sherry is a 53 year-old female with a family history of cardiovascular disease. She was proactive about her approach to health, physically active, and ate a balanced diet. When she was found to have significantly elevated LDL cholesterol on a routine checkup, she switched to a completely plant-based (more…) RELATED ARTICLES SPECIAL REPORT: […]

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