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World leading integrated medicine pioneer Dr. Leo Galland and over 30 other experts in the fields of Functional Medicine, nutrition, and autoimmune disease will explain how leaky gut, genetics, and environmental triggers such as toxins, food
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Let Your Pets Out for Good Health

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Many people like to have their beloved pets indoors to keep them from predators, parasites and disease. But a new study by the University of Illinois finds that rabbits that remain indoors may suffer from vitamin D deficiency.


In rabbits kept as pets or used in laboratory studies, the deficiency could lead to dental problems, undermine their cardiovascular health, weaken their immune systems and skew scientific findings.

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Q & A with Author of The Disease Delusion

Our good friend and colleague Dr. Jeffrey Bland gives insight into the importance of lifestyle, diet and environment in improving the health of those faced with chronic conditions.


His groundbreaking new book The Disease Delusion, helps people focus on their own overall health program and not just treatment of the disease. Continue reading


Live Up to Your Genetic Potential

Today we kick off a series of articles by Jeffrey Bland, PhD, an esteemed colleague of Pill Advised founder Dr. Leo Galland.


A world leader in functional and integrated medicine, Dr. Bland is a nutritional biochemist, former professor of biochemistry, author and speaker.

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Medication May be in the Ocean

OHSU researchers, in partnership with scientists from several other institutions, have published new research that signals how the next class of powerful medications may currently reside at the bottom of the ocean. In both cases, the researchers were focused on ocean-based mollusks – a category of animal that includes snails, clams and squid and their bacterial companions. Continue reading