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Recommended Article: “Doctor Says He Is Sick Of His Profession But For The Wrong Reasons,” by Bill Sardi
This article, by Dr. Bill Sardi, was originally posted at KnowledgeofHealth.com In an article entitled “Why Doctors Are Sick Of Their Profession” on the front page of The Wall Street Journal a heart doctor laments about his midlife disillusionment with…read more
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Those lazy, carefree days of summer ’14 are drawing to a close, so are you ready to jump-start your own fall health program? If you’re a fan of Intelligent Medicine, here’s an event that I know you’re going to love:…read more
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Q: My husband and I are 69 and 71 years of age. For the past several months, I have been making us vegetable smoothies consisting of broccoli or kale, carrots, beets and celery along with a small amount of V-8…read more
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“Poor Protoplasm” is a term I first heard when I was in medical school. At the time I was fascinated by nutrition, but I wasn’t yet sure of what medical specialty to choose to apply the principles of nutrition in…read more
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If you’ve been to any of my lectures in previous years, you know that abdominal fat is a hallmark of the Metabolic Syndrome, also known as Syndrome X and insulin resistance syndrome. A waist circumference of 35 inches or greater…read more
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by Ronald L. Hoffman, M.D.
How to Talk with Your Doctor is a book for patients and doctors alike. It arms patients with the tools and knowledge they need to communicate better with physicians about using the best high-tech and alternative treatments. At the same time, it helps doctors balance their skepticism of complementary and alternative approaches with open-mindedness.
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