The latest science and our perspectives to support your health and well-being

Dandelions

Springtime is when our bodies want to detox from winter’s stagnation, heavy foods, and particularly this last winter, excess stress. Happily, the spring landscape is flush with medicinal bitter herbs to help us with this seasonal clean out. My favorite is the dandelion. Bitter herbs, in general, detoxify the body, tone organs, and help alleviate […]

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Sprouts

Sprouting for health

Are you wanting fresh, local, superfood outside of the growing season? In the middle of a city? Grown in your own kitchen? At a super affordable price? Sprouting is an elegant solution. Eating sprouts is wonderful for boosting immunity, reducing inflammation, neutralizing free radicals, and improving digestion. This super food is high in chlorophyl, Vitamins […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccines should always be reviewed intelligently and individually. To take a vaccine is based on three things: The ingredients, function, and inherent risks of the vaccine The disease it’s trying to prevent The person receiving the vaccine   THE VACCINE mRNA is, indeed, a new type of vaccine. Although messenger RNA only stays in your […]

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VASPER therapy and its Healing Powers

VASPER offers incredible benefits by three principles: (1) Cooling, (2) Compression, and (3) Electricity. It is applicable for all including those who have not exercised to those of elite fitness status. It has been shown to help muscle and brain injury as well as improve mitochondrial bioenergetics and production of stem cells. 1. Our blood […]

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Covid-19- Mr Toad’s Wildest Ride Yet

JM Wolfe, MD and Barbara Annis Have you ever sat in the passenger seat of a car and pressed down on an imaginary brake because you were increasingly uncomfortable by the driver’s speed and their brazen flirtation with disaster? In the past week, American life as we know it has been unprecedently disrupted by COVID-19. […]

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CHN COVID-19 Support Protocol

By now, we are more widely recognizing that COVID-19 is upon us. If we haven’t been exposed to it, we likely will in the future. This is not a question of ‘if’ but ‘when’ with the goal of slowing this spread to share resources and save lives. When we are exposed, we want our immune […]

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CCI Surgery: a neurologist’s perspective

A subset of the population of those that suffer with hypermobility, mast cell activation, and dysautonomia will develop what has become to be known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and/or chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). A small percentage of these patients develop worsening and progressive symptoms thought to be due to cranio-cervical instability (CCI) or atlanto-axial instability […]

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What does age have to do with it? Brain health for all decades

By Ilene S. Ruhoy, MD, PhD As we get older, even if we are healthy, all organs undergo change with each passing decade. And our brains are no exception. Age-related changes of the brain are not necessarily indicative of disease or degeneration. Brain cells no longer divide after we are born as do many other […]

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Understanding Cellular Senescence and its Role in Wellness

The latest research in anti-aging and regenerative medicine has been focused on senescent cells and the role they play in the aging process, the body’s ability to heal, and chronic inflammatory disease. A senescent cell is one that undergoes changes in gene expression resulting in a loss of the ability to replicate, apoptosis or programmed […]

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