By Julie Beck Nov 16, 2015 “Doctors and patients alike should be thoughtful about starting antibiotics—not only because of the well-publicized resistant bacteria that are proliferating thanks to overuse […]
By Moises Velasquez-Manoff Illustration by Katherine Diemert November 12, 2015 “For the microbiologist Justin Sonnenburg, that career-defining moment—the discovery that changed the trajectory of his research, inspiring him to study […]
In order to prevent one from becoming ill one of the goal’s is to not harbor wind, cold, heat, dry, or damp within the body. In TCM one gets sick when they possess an internal element that resonates with an external; if it’s not there then you don’t get sick. This is a principle of physics called Resonance, and it is the foundation for preventative medicine.
I am often asked about the merits of the Paleo diet. This, like other extreme dietary approached, can have short term therapeutic effects. It is however unsuitable for long periods […]
A lengthy but revealing look into the many challenges facing Allopathic medicine in its ability to engage in comprehensive health management. via What’s Wrong with Me? – The New Yorker.
Here we have a fascinating article on superspreaders of disease. It is good to see the Allopathic community further its efforts into understanding immune function, for their current model based […]
“The Bureau of National Health Insurance (BNHI) of Taiwan established a single-payer healthcare system in 1995 called the Taiwan National Health Insurance (NHI). Under this system, an examination of 1 […]