A study published in mid-April is changing the way we think about exercise. Srinivasan Beddhu, from the University of Utah School of Medicine and colleagues analyzed data from 3,626 of the participants in the NHANES cohort whose activity had been tracked with accelerometers to examine whether low intensity exercise impacted long term health.... Read more
One of the most challenging, important concepts underlying chronic diseases is a concept called insulin resistance. This is something that is increasingly prevalent in people and it really goes hand-in-hand with the increasing amount of obesity that we are seeing.... Read more
What we are really focused on is providing support through naturopathic principles and practice from the time even before the diagnosis of cancer, if people are interested in prevention, through the time of active oncology treatment all the way past the time to the prevention of recurrence.... Read more
One of the key components of good health is movement. Our bodies are meant to move and in fact this has been something that naturopathic doctors have been telling patients for a very long time.... Read more
One of the most interesting, really fascinating aspects of our understanding about cancer is a concept called, epigenetics. You’re probably thinking “Epi – what???”... Read more
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