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Your Checklist to Beat Insomnia

  Most people have difficulty sleeping at some point in their lives. Up to 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep deprivation, and the most common reason in insomnia. Up to 80% if patients during a visit to their primary care physician complain of sleep...

Why You Can’t Sleep & What to Do About It

  Article at-a-glance: The number of hours of sleep has decreased 20% over the last 100 years. Fifty to seventy million Americans suffer chronically from sleep disorders, including insomnia, sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome. Medications for sleep have many...

The Most Important Health Question You’ll Ever Ask

  Too often people try to get healthy and then stop. Their great intentions to get in shape, eat better or develop a positive mindset are wonderful. But when it gets a little boring or inconvenient or there’s a slight obstacle to overcome, most people give up. In...

3 Ways to Ensure a Healthy Gut

Article at-a-glance: A healthy gut is required for creating optimal health and a fundamental approach to health in naturopathic medicine is to “treat the gut. Gut immunity plays a central role in systemic health and can cause headaches, eczema and joint pain. Learn...

4 Simple Steps to Fix ADHD

  Article at-a-glance: Approximately two million children in the US have ADHD, and many are taking medications. ADHD medications cancause decrease appetite and growth and cause insomnia, but they've also caused fatal heart attacks in children and adults. When you...

The Shockingly Simple Sleep Fix

  In my clinical practice I would often hear patients complain about their poor sleep and the devastating impact it was having on their lives. They’d talk about how it was creating depression. How they didn’t have enough energy to get them through the day. They...

Spring Clean Your Kitchen: Eliminate These 5 Toxins

  Article at-a-glance: Spring clean your kitchen this year and take a huge step toward improving your and your family's health. Plastics are toxic in the body. They specifically disrupt estrogen in women and creating some serious problems. In the 1800s the...

Hey Doc, What’s the Best Way to Take My Supplements?

  There seems to be a lot of confusion around taking dietary supplements because I’m frequently asked what the best way is to take dietary supplements. Should you take them with food? Should you take them between meals? Should you take them with a specific type...

How Medicine Defines You May Cause You More Problems

  Article at-a-glance: The US healthcare system comes in dead last when compared to other industrialized countries in "efficiency, equity and outcomes." We're all now dealing with a healthcare system that's failing too many people, and surely you deseve better....

When Your Child Gets Sick a Lot, What Can You Do?

  Over the years I’ve treated a lot of children and been asked by parents what they can do to help their kids. As a parent myself, I strive to help my children stay as healthy as they can. Being that children are in close proximity to each other in school,...

Build Bones Naturally with Crucial Nutrients

  More than 10 million Americans have the bone-weakening disease osteoporosis—approximately 15 percent of women and 4 percent of men over the age of 50. Another 34 million or so have osteopenia —below-normal bone density that may lead to osteoporosis. And every...

Fixing Digestion with Digestive Enzymes

  Eighty percent of our immune system is in the gut. This makes sense when one considers that the digestive tract is technically outside the body. That is, it is a hollow tube into which we put food that we will digest and absorb through the walls of our...

Hope for Acute Myeloid Leukemia: Facts and Options

Article at-a-glance:AML is the most common type of acute leukemia in adults.Despite advances in the scientific understanding of this cancer, survival has not markedly increased over the last 3 decades.Understanding AML, its risk factors, treatment options and...

When Your Doctor’s Good Intention is Bad Advice

  Healthcare providers' are taught the universally respected principle, "First, Do No Harm." Many may even still be able to recite it in Latin, "Primum, Non Nocere." This teaches them that their first concern should always be for the welfare of their patients and...

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