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Depression and the Practice of Whole Psychiatry, Part 2

Part 2 of an Interview by Craig Gustafson
This content is courtesy of IMCJ

Dr. Robert J. Hedaya, MD, ABPN, DFAPA, is the developer of the Whole Psychiatry methodology, which offers a comprehensive physiological and psychosocial-spiritual approach to mental health and chronic physical illness.

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Depression and the Practice of Whole Psychiatry

Interview by Craig Gustafson
This content is courtesy of IMCJ

Dr. Robert J. Hedaya, MD, ABPN, DFAPA, is the developer of the Whole Psychiatry methodology, which offers a comprehensive physiological and psychosocial-spiritual approach to mental health and chronic physical illness.

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The PureHeart Protocol

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David Jones, MD: A Clinician’s Journey

Interview by Laurie Hofmann and Suzanne Snyder

Abstract
David S. Jones, MD, is the president and director of medical education for The Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), Gig Harbor, Washington. He has practiced as a family physician with emphasis in functional and integrative medicine for more than 25 years. He is a recognized expert in the areas of nutrition, lifestyle changes for optimal health, and managed care, as well as the daily professional functions consistent with the modern specialty of family practice. Dr Jones is the recipient of the 1997 Linus Pauling Award in Functional Medicine. He is the immediate read more…

Systems Biology, Functional Medicine, and Folates

Jeffrey Bland, PhD, FACN, FACB

Abstract
Human biology is often not as simple as it seems on the surface. This is certainly the case with folates and their relationship to disease prevention. During the decades from the 1960s through the 1980s, Smithells made the discovery that folic acid was important in the prevention of neural tube defects in babies,1 Butterworth made the observation that folic acid was important in the prevention of cervical dysplasia,2 and McCully reported that folic acid was an important nutrient for the prevention of atherosclerosis associated with elevated homocysteine.3 These 3 observations redefined the clinical importance read more…

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