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Sweet Cherries - A Powerhouse of Antioxidants

Date Posted August 10th, 2014
I have for years known that sweet cherries are high in fiber and low in calories but did not appreciate the other health-promoting actions of these tasty morsels. A few of these are listed below and detailed quite nicely in the infographic at the bottom of the page (which links to a useful websight more »

Inflammatory Depression Back In the News

Date Posted April 17th, 2014
We have been presenting the major themes of our unifying theory of modern Diseases of Civilization (DOCs) for several years now: Chronic degenerative conditions (DOCs) - including most mental disorders - are on the rise and have overtaken infections as the major source of death and illness. more »

Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight

Date Posted March 24th, 2014
Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight 2014 is the 50th anniversary of the first Surgeon General’s report on smoking and health. While smoking rates have dropped dramatically since, tobacco use is still a human catastrophe and the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the U.S. more »

New Insights Into Depression, Medications, and L-methylfolate

Date Posted January 26th, 2014
Last month I wrote about depression, inflammation, low brain folate levels, and response to antidepressants (Why Are You Still Depressed?). Just last weekend I had the opportunity to particpate in a scientific symposium sponsored by PamLab, the makers of Deplin brand of L-methylfolate. The sessions more »

Test Don't Guess

Date Posted October 29th, 2013
Get your neurotransmitter levels, hormones, and adrenal function measured at Integrative Psychiatry. Lab order provided. more »

Resveratrol: The Remarkable Health Benefits of Red Wine

Date Posted March 27th, 2010
For centuries, many cultures have believed that drinking red wine is essential to good health; recent studies have borne out this belief, showing that certain substances found in red wine protect the body against serious health problems such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Among more »

Coping with Stress and Anxiety

Date Posted March 9th, 2010
Every person experiences some degree of stress and anxiety in their daily lives. Whether you are dealing with challenges at work, a heavy course load, relationship difficulties, or problems paying your bills, your body reacts to the effects of the stress in your life.   While a certain more »

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