Dr Fox responds to the following article: http://www.hcplive.com/conference-coverage/nams-2016/should-women-ages-65-and-older-be-on-hormone-therapy Finally the word from NAMS (North American Menopause Society) is going to be adequate dose start when needed and continue… They plan to petition the FDA to change the very misguided requirements for lowest dose and shortest duration we’ve been stuck with for over ten years. This […]
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For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m talking about turmeric. Last week, I made an off-handed recommendation that people not eat high doses of turmeric, prompting a great question in the comments. Are there actual dangers to turmeric consumption? Is there something you folks should know? Does something perilous lurk within that yellow powder in your […]
Conventional medicine often dismisses ‘women’s problems’ as inexplicable and complex. Dr. Doni explains the wonder of (and science behind) the menstrual cycle. When Melanie, a 32 year old mother of three, came to see me she told me how she had been to see a gynecologist to discuss how she could address her irregular menstrual […]
Burning more calories can help you lose and maintain a healthy weight. Exercising and eating the right foods are two effective ways to do this. However, there are also some more unusual ways to boost the number of calories you burn. Here are six unconventional ways to burn calories. 1. Cold Exposure Exposure to cold […]
Want to chuckle? Here is an entertaining, animated video from www.mercola.com. The title is, The Town of Allopath, a story of deception. It’s a satire on allopathic medicine, and it runs for a little more than 6 minutes.
A couple weeks ago I had, as I call it, my “bi-annual upper respiratory infection”. After a few days of being horrendously sick I caved and got a z-pack against my better judgment. But the worst part isn’t even being so sick for days, it’s the lingering cough that lasts for weeks. This is called […]
Today we speak with June, a patient who has done quite well in terms of symptomatic improvement. As we have been monitoring June, we noticed her thyroid antibodies were increasing slightly and that she has H. pylori. We then treated both of these and documented her response. Her case teaches us some valuable lessons. Let’s […]
Tracy is the founder and primary writer for Evolutionary Parenting. She obtained her B.A. in Cognitive Science from the University of California, Berkeley and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of British Columbia. She recently finished her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, also at the University of British Columbia, where she both studied how […]
Kids love Halloween. Whatever it can be for mischief and scares, Halloween can be a blast for families with imaginative play and time together. It’s a blast – until you start to learn more about healthy eating, and you start looking for ways to reduce sugar intake on Halloween. It may seem impossible … Do you make […]
More evidence is mounting that cancer is a metabolic disease that involves disturbances in energy production through respiration and fermentation. Genomic instability observed in tumor cells and all other recognized hallmarks of cancer are considered “downstream epiphenomena of the initial disturbance of cellular energy metabolism”.