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The Beginner’s Guide to Biohacking

Biohack_GearBiohacking. Do you do it? Do your patients do it? No idea what it is?

A new blog post from Mark Moschel, The Beginner’s Guide to Biohacking, demystifies what he refers to as a “systems-thinking approach to our own biology” for people who “desire to be the absolute best version” of themselves.

If you’d like an introduction to Biohacking, and the top 7 biohacks from the Bulletproof Biohacking Conference, this is a great read. You can find it here: read more…

Functional Somatic Syndromes, Stress, Pathologies and Epigentics

by Jeffrey Bland, PhD, FACN, FACB

Henningsen, Zipfel, and Herzog described the nature and management of functional somatic syndromes (FSS). They pointed out that functional somatic syndromes are “characterized by patterns of persistent bodily complaints for which adequate examination does not reveal sufficiently explanatory structural or other specified pathology,” but they are common worldwide and are seen by practically all subspecialties of medicine. read more…

Slideshow: Effects of Homeopathic Intervention in Medication Consumption on Atopic and Allergic Disorders

With the increased popularity of complementary and alternative medicine, patients are looking for additional approaches and therapies to integrate into their healthcare.

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It’s Time to Stop Flying Blind: How Not Looking at the Brain Leads to Missed Diagnoses,Failed Treatments, and Dangerous Behaviors

Daniel G. Amen, MD
Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine

It was late at night in April 1995 when I got a call from my sister-in-law, Sherry, who told me that my 9-year-old nephew, Andrew, had attacked a little girl on the base- ball field that day for no particular reason.
“He hurt her,” she said crying.
Horrified, I asked Sherry what else was going on with Andrew.
“He’s not right,” she said. “He’s mean and never smiles anymore. After the incident, I found two pictures he had drawn. In one, he was hanging from a tree. In the read more…

Chronic Wound Treatment With Topical Tea Tree Oil

Patricia Culliton, MA, LAc; Linda L. Halcón, PhD, MPH, RN

The following case study presents one patient’s experience with treatment of a chronic lower-extremity wound using a tea tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) mixture applied topically. JC is an 85-year-old man with a history of more than 70 years smoking cigarettes. Prior to 2006, he had no cardiology issues and no diabetes but did have a mild case of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He had osteoarthritis in both knees and had difficulty walking but enjoyed using his walking lawn mower, which provided some aerobic exercise. He mowed his own and read more…

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