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Prevention Through the Eyes of a Spinach Skeptic

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Some caregivers are finding that spirituality can be a key ingredient of good health – especially for prevention. Read More »

Book Review: Clinical Management of Intestinal Failure, Edited by Christopher P. Duggan, et al

A complex disease entity, intestinal failure (IF) has only recently become accepted as a distinct clinical syndrome. Read More »

Book Review: Beauty: Pure + Simple by Kristen Ma

Beauty: Pure + Simple is a natural and holistic guide to beauty combining the ancient principles of Ayurveda with the modern-day knowledge of skin biology. Read More »

Bring Dermatology’s Focus Back to Practicing Medicine

New non-invasive skin cancer diagnostic tests are on the horizon. However, will they have the capacity to handle more clinical patients? Read More »

Book Review: Have a Nice Conflict: A Story of Finding Success & Satisfaction in the Most Unlikely Places by Tim Scudder, et al

The authors of Have a Nice Conflict show the reader how to welcome conflict not as an enemy but as something to be learned from. Read More »

Educate Yourself About Melanoma This May

May is Melanoma Awareness Month. Through awareness, education, and regular screening, most forms of melanoma and other skin cancers can be prevented. Read More »

United Nations takes on a Proactive Stance Against Domestic Violence with Firdaus Kharas’ No Excuses

Can humorous proactive intervention reduce the incidence of domestic violence? Read More »

ADHD Nation: Treatment And Prevention Through Music

The diagnosed, the misdiagnosed, and how music can combat the growing trend of unfocused young people. Read More »

Help Your Body Fight Off Allergies Naturally

How to build up your body's natural immunity to seasonal allergens by taking raw, local honey. Read More »

How Smoking Affects Your Skin

Smoking doesn't just cause superficial skin problems; it causes adverse changes to the skin's ability to function and heal. Read More »