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Guarding Our Youth?

When I was in medical school, I had my first abnormal Pap, and it was quite abnormal, a precancerous lesion described as CIN2 (now revealed to be one of the most inaccurately diagnosed...

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Sugar Imbalance | It's Not All In Your Head

How sugar imbalance can look like anxiety and what to do about it.

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Faith Lost | Mental Health Without Medication

I came through integrative medicine as a stepping-stone to holistic care. As someone who has always had an intellectual rebellious streak, I like to question, push, and think outside of the box....

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It's Not All In Your Head: Problem Foods

How inflammatory foods can affect your brain and lead to depression and anxiety.

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The Dr. Peter Breggin Interview

A lively discussion with the nation’s foremost expert on the hazards of psychiatric treatment. Go here to listen to us find common ground and bring each other fresh perspectives.

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It's Not All In Your Head: Thyroid

How inflammatory foods can affect your brain and lead to depression and anxiety.

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Gut Health is the Gateway to Healing

Naturopaths and holistic healers have always focused on gut health as the gateway to healing. But as a physician not specialized in gastroenterology, my involvement with gut health and ecology used...

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Luscious Lipids: Cholesterol is Vital for Brain Health

I’ll have the egg white omelet, please.

Since the 1950’s, we’ve been told that eating fat makes you fat and that avoiding traditional fats (i.e. butter, animal meats, lard,...

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Pregnant and Pre-Polluted: 8 Choices for a Healthier Womb

I wasn’t always a clean living crusader. But pregnancy has a way of turning on that just-tell-me-what-to-do-to-get-this-right-NOW switch. Five years ago, that switch was activated for me when...

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Weighing Treatment Options - What Informs Choices?

Sitting in a CEDH-sponsored homeopathy course, I shared the discomfort that many of the allopathically-trained students felt percolating when the instructor admitted to a minimal evidence...

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See No Evil, Hear No Evil

I have written, in previous posts, about the deleterious effects of antenatal inflammation – the effects on the mother’s mental and physical health, on birth outcomes, and on her...

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Birthing Bliss, Birthing Trauma, and the Role of the Perinatal Patient

I remember looking out of my living room window, drawing on my connection to all the women in the world who had felt this energy before, all that were in that moment, and all that would in time to...

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