Tag Archives: medicine

Ah Choo! Cough – Cough!

Even in Los Angeles, the evenings are relatively cooler. ‘Tis the season for colds, coughs, sniffles and flu.  Three people in the last 10 days have mentioned to me that they have had a cough that would not go away. … Continue reading

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Why Say “No” to Wifi

Many people, my employees included, have asked me why I do not want wifi in my home or in my office.  Dr. Magda Havas, who is a researcher at Trent University in Ontario, has created a very user-friendly video about … Continue reading

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Where is the “In between?”

Other than being dead or pregnant, life is really not just one way or the other.  We live in the gray zone.  Two examples of this highlight the issue for me. The first is celiac disease.  This is the inherited … Continue reading

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“Fighting Custom Drug Prices”

An article in the Los Angeles Times Tuesday, December 28, 2010 describes how a coalition of corporations, insurance companies and labor groups are “pushing for legislation that would put restrictions on the customized medicines known as compounded drugs.”  They assert … Continue reading

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Medicine’s Negativity

Medicine is not oriented towards health and wellness.  It is oriented towards relieving symptoms.  There is a huge gap here.  Too many people who consult me for the first time complain that they were told by their doctor that “they … Continue reading

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