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Mergers Murdering Medicine

  Patients are beginning to believe they are receiving worse healthcare than they have been or should be. They are in large part starting to avoid it more frequently than in any other period in medical history. This was one of the major findings in Dr. Jennifer Taber’s study on why people avoid medical care—that

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Adrenal Fatigue

Are you suffering, from a constellation of vague, undefined symptoms?   Symptoms like: Brain Fog Fatigue Lack of Motivation Food Cravings Dizziness when you stand up Salt Craving Quick Temper   Some of these might just creep up on you and you suddenly come to realize that its not normal! You might be dealing with

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Computers Mean Time: How better coding practices have hurt medicine

Computers Mean Time: How better coding practices have hurt medicine   Greater numbers of physicians are complaining about time constraints in their practices and a work-life balance that’s out of sync. And maybe it’s a problem everyone is having—keeping up with the demands of modern society with all of its trappings and bustle. As technology

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Are Drugs the Answer–Prohibition to Prescription

While it is widely known that medical marijuana is available for the treatment of Alzheimer’s, ALS, HIV/AIDS, Crohn’s, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, MS, chronic pain, and cancer-treatment-induced nausea, the FDA has not officially approved the use of cannabis for the treatment of any medical condition

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Data Analytics For Docs – The Basics

Data Analytics for Docs–The Basics Healthcare data takes many forms: electronic health records (EHR), personal health records (PHR), electronic prescription services, patient test results portals, master patients indexes (MPI), and health-related smart phone apps or other tech sensors monitoring your health1. While HIPAA regulates how this data is used, with consent, many groups have begun

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Neurotransmitter availability and mitochondrial function are esential elements in cognitive health.

Neurotransmitter availability and mitochondrial function are essential elements in cognitive health The neurodegenerative process is associated with changes in neurotransmitter availability and mitochondrial function. These changes lead to impaired cognitive function and can eventually result in dementia. According to the Mayo Clinic, “mitochondrial dysfunction occurs when the mitochondria — tiny structures within cells that produce

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Zoom-in: What does Dr. Joseph Pizzorno have to teach us about risk profiles in disease progression?

In his career, Dr. Joseph Pizzorno has made it an emphasis of his to bridge the divide between various ways of health-maintenance. Whether that be in Western-based medicines in the typical symptom-treatment-based paradigm that so many hospitals ascribe to, or other alternative styles like homeopathy, environmentalism/naturopathic, or functional medicines.

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Optimizing Glucose Regulation

Optimizing glucose regulation includes several pathways. It starts with limiting the absorption in the gut and then release of insulin from the pancreas, the sensitivity of insulin receptors on cells and final specific glucose utilization pathways.   Regulation of any of these areas will lead to improvement of fasting glucose, Hb1Ac levels ( a marker

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The fight over functional medicine

Functional medicine, which at its base is simply the idea of using healthy choices to mitigate risk factors for disease, has gained traction in recent years. Somewhat puzzlingly, it is still met with skepticism and resistance by many in the field.

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On September 12, 2022, President Biden issued an Executive Order (“E.O.”) announcing the National Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Initiative

On September 12, 2022, President Biden issued an Executive Order (“E.O.”) announcing the National Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Initiative (1). The White House subsequently announced that the Initiative would cost $2 billion (2). The objectives outlined by the order include investing in and promoting biosafety and biosecurity; reducing biological risks; and ensuring that uses of biotechnology

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