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Cell Phones Linked to Brain Tumors

Cell phones are here to stay and we knew it the moment we laid hands on our first mobile communication superstar back in the early 1990s.  Technology has come a long way from the remote control sized cell phone and […]

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Your Snotty Kid May Have Food Allergies

If you’re a TV channel surfer, no doubt you heard the latest news released throughout the media this weekend – food allergies are becoming more common and more severe based on a large, patient reported research study out of Northwestern […]

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2011 Car Seat Recommendations

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released new advice regarding the view our little kiddos should have during the first two years of life (in the car that is).  In the April 2011 issue of Pediatrics, the AAP is […]

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Is Your Child Doomed for Diabetes?

In the Land of Primary Care there are a few medical diagnoses that really scare people like diabetes, and rightfully so. Most people may not realize it is an inflammatory disease caused by poor blood sugar management. (If you haven’t […]

Disney and The Allergy Friendly Mouse!!

Our office gladly houses clinical educators specializing in living healthfully and being true to what your body thrives on (or off, as is the case with food allergies, sensitivities and many other diseases of lifestyle).  Please enjoy Michele’s experience navigating […]

Random Acts of Kindness in Honor of Tucson Victims

The suffering caused by the terribly violent events in Tucson, Arizona bring into focus the desperate need of our society to focus on a solution to this type of behavior.  When we forget that we are all simply the same […]

Chewable Birth Control Pills- What’s Next?!

“Watson Pharmaceuticals has just been granted FDA approval for a chewable low-strength birth control pill.”  When I first heard of this, I thought it was a joke!  A birth control for people who can’t swallow pills?   Anyone who has […]

Sugar Fuels Cancer and ADHD

If you have been following my “exhalation” s/p (that’s medical-ese for ‘status post’ meaning ‘after’) attending the SIMPLE conference in Albuquerque recently, get ready for some more juicy information.  Remembering that this was a conference designed to unite and educate […]

The Physics of Meaningful Parenting

Today instead of reporting as a doctor of Integrative Medicine, I come today in the form of a mother.  As mentioned in a recent post, I was in beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico just last week for an Integrative Medicine conference.  […]

Vaginal Deliveries Decrease Allergy Risks

As you may have read in an earlier post, I recently attended SIMPLE, a conference for Integrative Medical Professionals held by the University of New Mexico.  There, I amassed a smorgasbord of integrative health education which I will be spurting […]

Going Organic – The Dirty Dozen

In the last post, we defined ‘organic’ and revealed the Clean 17.  Even with this list, the decision to buy organic is one that is not as black and white as it may seem.  The choice to purchase organic products […]

You Gotta Fight For Your Right

A well-informed mother brought her 18 month old daughter in for a routine well check.  Her daughter was diagnosed with a dairy allergy as a young infant and she was working hard to reduce/eliminate dairy from her daughter’s diet.  Surprisingly, […]

How to Raise a Smart Child

As a first born Asian Indian American growing up in New York City, I never spoke a word of English until I began school.  Naturally, my parents spoke to me in our mother tongue and conducted day to day life […]

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Diabetes Linked to Alzheimer's Disease Risk
Alzheimer's…the word alone is enough to scare most people over 50.  Whether it be because we know someone or some family that has been effected by this condition or whether we fear it for ourselves, Alzheimer's disease (AD) has become a popular concern for my older patients.  By the way, many of

posted 6:56:29am Sep. 26, 2011 | read full post »

A Bone-afied Plan for Managing Osteoporosis
Surprise, surprise.  In the news this last week, another class of pharmaceutical medications is undergoing scrutiny by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for safety concerns.  Known as  ‘bisphosphonates’, this class include drugs such as Fosamax (alendronate), Boniva, Actonel and Reclast

posted 4:29:52pm Sep. 19, 2011 | read full post »

Cell Phones Linked to Brain Tumors
Cell phones are here to stay and we knew it the moment we laid hands on our first mobile communication superstar back in the early 1990s.  Technology has come a long way from the remote control sized cell phone and getting in touch with someone never seemed so easy.  But with everything that socie

posted 8:15:46am Sep. 04, 2011 | read full post »

How to Rationalize Your Chocolate
Death by chocolate?  Well, maybe not so.  You may have heard that there is a saving grace in that luxurious, seemingly sinful, guilty pleasure called chocolate.  Well, here's the latest scoop but I've kept it kiddie size. Chocolate goodness starts as a sparkle in a cacao tree's eye.  Cacao be

posted 5:09:08pm Aug. 29, 2011 | read full post »

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