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By Sarah Anne Stewart & Fern Olivia Langham


When embarking on a wellness transformation, it is sometimes difficult to measure, gauge, analyze, or Continue reading »


Food is medicine: It’s easy enough to say. To make it the foundation of a modern medical practice is not quite so simple.


Susan Blum, MD, a functional medicine physician in Rye Brook, NY, chose to put nutrition at the center of her practice, and it is paying off in terms of greatly improved outcomes and robust practice success.

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According to a 2012 Mayo Clinic study, as many as 1.8 million Americans have Celiac disease. Many more have non-celiac sensitivities. These issues are finally being taken seriously by mainstream medicine.


Tom O’Bryan, DC, one of the world’s Continue reading »


Are you suffering from migraines?


A new study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center found that meditation might help relieve migraine headaches.

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Dr. Nicholas Perricone

Kicking off the 55th Annual Conference of the American College of Nutrition will be the awarding of Master of the American College of Nutrition (MACN) to Nicholas Perricone, MD, CNS, FACN.

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Lyme disease gets its name from the U.S. northeastern town of Lyme, Connecticut, where it was first discovered.


Last year, most Lyme disease cases reported to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) were Continue reading »