Global Health and Personalized Prevention

  [vimeo][/vimeo] Maybe it takes a crisis—a global health crisis—to create change. Dr. Bland discusses some recent articles and his perspectives on the future of personalized lifestyle medicine.   Video Transcript: So did you have a Labor Day weekend like I did, in which you had some opportunity for reflection and a little bit of [&hellip

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Politics Can Negatively Affect Your Health: But There is a Cure

“In 2012, for example, $66 million was spent on ads against a cigarette tax, with big contributions from Philip Morris and RJ Reynolds Tobacco. Yet, the public was told that the ads were “paid for by Californians Against Out of Control Taxes and Spending.”” (source: Ventura County Star: ) Currently, in California, and other [&hellip

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When is a Detox not Just a Detox?

      Actually, the first question is; what is a detox? As we know, detox is short for detoxification. Generally speaking, it is a practice to improve health. A fuller answer to that question is; detox means many things to many people, and as a concept, it is ever evolving.   A detox is [&hellip

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I’m In—Let’s Talk About Dietary Supplements

  Times are good for probiotics. Fatty acid supplements—those derived from fish and krill oils—are struggling. Sports nutrition is on an upward trend (and has been for several years). Weight loss supplements—Garcinia cambogia and green coffee beans in particular—well, perhaps this category is best not mentioned right now. There is no escaping the fact that [&hellip

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Vitamin D and Autism: New Research by Dr. Bruce Ames

  [vimeo][/vimeo]   Video Transcript: So you know occasionally something gets reported in the literature that just peaks our interest, and creates an “ah-ha” experience, and fills a gap in our knowledge. Such is this paper I’m holding in my hands by our very…I think I would call him a friend of our family for [&hellip

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