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  • Arthritis, Wound Healing and Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    A study published in The Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases and conducted at Duke Orthopaedic Research Laboratories, found that mice who consumed higher amounts of omega-3 fatty acids had less arthritic joints Read more
  • Diabetes and Exercise
    A systematic review and meta-analysis was recently published the the journal Diabetologia looking at the effect that various types of exercise have on type 2 diabetes. Their research suggests that combined aerobic Read more
  • New Office
    I recently moved my office and am now completely up and running in the new office. The new address is:4212 Overland Ave.Culver City, CA 90230New phone number: 424-603-4088The office is Read more
  • New Office
    I recently moved my office and am now completely up and running in the new office. The new address is:4212 Overland Ave.Culver City, CA 90230New phone number: 424-603-4088The office is Read more
  • Fiber and Long Term Survival Post MI
    People who have suffered one myocardial infarction (heart attack) have a higher risk of dying than the general population. They are also more motivated to make changes in their lifestyle. Read more
  • Statins and Breast Cancer
    A review article by Michel de Lorgeril and Patricia Salen published online in the open access journal BMC Medicine reviews the effects of lifestyle changes and statins on breast cancer. Factors that Read more
  • Fruits, Vegetables, Fiber and Cancer
    Research presented at the symposium "Sixth International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition" held in Loma Linda, CA in February 2014 showed an association between fruits, vegetables, fiber and certain cancers. The Read more
  • Mindfulness and Hypertension
    A study conducted at University Hospitals in Ohio by Dr. Josephson showed that people with hypertension were able to reduce systolic blood pressure by 4.8 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure Read more
  • Probiotics and Fatty Liver
    PLOS ONE published an intriguing animal (rats) study looking at the effect of probiotics on fatty liver. Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) is a growing problem throughout the world. Some studies Read more
  • Stress and Weight Gain
    An intriguing study published in the Journal of Biological Psychiatry found that stress changes they way women metabolize a meal. The study involved 58 healthy women with a mean age of 53.1 Read more
  • Job Stress and Diabetes
    A study published in the August 2014 edition of Diabetes Care looked at 124,808 Europeans and found that job strain was associated with a higher incidence of diabetes. In a recent blogpost Read more
  • Tomatoes and Blood Vessel Health
    A study published in PLOS One and conducted by researchers at the University of Cambridge found that lycopene, an antioxidant found in high amounts in tomatoes, improved the health of the blood Read more
  • Pollution, Autism, and Schizophrenia
    Some say that autistic individuals are our "canaries in the mine." They might be those reacting first and in a more pronounced way to environmental factors than the non-autistic population. So Read more
  • Swimming May Help Balance in Older Men
    An Australian study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology in September 2014 followed 1,667 older Australian men (mean age: 76.8) were followed for 4 years by telephone calls three times per Read more
  • Exercise, Mediterranean Diet and Circulation
    An important factor in preventing cardiovascular disease is keeping one's arteries healthy. A recent study published in the August 2014 edition of Microvascular Research looked at 20 healthy but sedentary individuals. The Read more
  • Sitting and Standing at Work
    The August edition of Occupational and Environmental Medicine had an interesting study that looked at the effect of intermittently standing at work on fatigue levels and productivity. The researchers found that transitioning Read more

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