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Tai Chi for the Elderly

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Tai Chi Qigong and Gene Expression with Francesco Garri Garripoli

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
DNA is not immutable and how we live our lives affects its very structure. Bioenergetics affect us in every way; we are enegy bodies. When fear takes control it takes us outside of our body and we become disempowered. Thinking, meditation, qigong, tai chi change our structure at the deepest level.  For more information on Tai Chi and Qigong, please click...

Taking Charge of Your Life with Francesco Garri Garripoli

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
Personal empowerment is all about taking charge of our lives, yet "taking charge" is not really about taking control.  Many times it's about letting go, releasing ourselves of the impossible task to control everything.  At the core of this process is trust.  To build that trust is to learn about where our real power lies.  This...

Taking Charge of Your Life with Francesco Garri Garripoli

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
If we are going to evolve as a healthy community, it is necessary to start from the grass roots level to be the change you want to see. Social transformation that works must be the way of the peaceful warrior and be an evolutionary process rather than a revolutionary process. Francesco shares the thinking and tools we need to build a healthy community. Francesco...

Talking Cancer with Burton Goldberg

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
Mainstream cancer treatments are not very effective for most cancers. There is a wealth of information about CAM approaches that are promising and Burton optimistically describes some of them.        

Teaching Physicians to Communicate Effectively

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Teenage Driving

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Teens and Prescription Drugs

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Prescriptions to teenageers has doubled over the past several years and abuse is surprisingly common. One in eight teenagers and one in three young adults in their 20s have used prescription drugs recreationally, as have 36% of college students. Obviously this is not a safe problem and can lead to addiction. Stress is a major reason why this happens. Drugs such...

Telemedicine

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2017
Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could email your physician when you're too sick to go to his office! I do this regularly in my practice and don't even charge for emails. Patients love it and it saves time and builds excellent rapport with them; and that builds my practice. Email makes it possible to communicate when it is convenient to doctors and patients. Connection...

Ten Commandments of Health Care Reform: A Patient’s Perspective

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
    "A Return to Healing" Blog: Thu, 10/01/2009 - 11:56 — BBelitsos A GUEST COLUMN BY SUZIE KIDDER 1) Access to good health care is a human right. No one in the United States should lose a home or have to file bankruptcy because they get sick. None of us should be denied access to healthcare...

Ten Strategies to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

submitted by: admin on 05/24/2016
  We tend to focus on what causes Alzheimer's disease and how to treat it, but what about how to prevent it? The UCLA Center on Aging has come out with 10 strategies to prevent this common disease. These strategies include coffee, flossing your teeth, keeping your brain active, exercise, omega 3 fatty acids, low stress, adequate sleep, weight control,...

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Testimonials

submitted by: admin on 02/09/2016
  Dear Dr. Saputo Thank you so very much for the remarkable success of your near infrared light therapy (aka photonic stimulation) on my spinal stenosis, body balance, back, neck and feet conditions.   To recapitulate, before I learned of your approach from an old, highly knowledgeable friend, I perforce had glumly accepted the opinions...

Testing Chinese Seafoods

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The Affordable Care Act and Quality of Care, Cost, and MD Availability

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
  About 1/3 of office-based MDs declined to accept new Medicaid patients in 2011 according to an article in the journal, Health Affairs. Acceptance was directly related to financial reimbursement. In the state of Wyoming more than 99% of MDs accepted Medicaid patient; their reimbursement was 150% of that of Medicare. In the state of New Jersey, where...

The Affordable Health Care Act

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
      I agree that there are a multitude of very serious problems with the Affordable Care Act; and some really hack me off and are outright frightening! That's what happens when politics is as corrupt as it is today in America.  Nonetheless it is important to acknowledge what an achievement this act represents in terms...

The Agony of Irony: Baucus's Alleged Health Reform Bill Flops

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2017
"A Return to Healing" Blog:  Wed, 09/23/2009 - 12:34 — BBelitsos America’s tepid response so far to Senator Max Baucus’s $776-billion health-care reform bill also points to the many bitter ironies facing “centrist” reformers. Here are just a few... • First, a large plurality of Congressional Democrats secretly support...

The Aids Blunder with David Rasnick PhD

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
Is AIDS caused by HIV? There is a longstanding debate between scientists and clinicians about the cause of HIV/AIDS that relates to what causes it. HIV is a retrovirus; none have ever been shown to cause disease in humans. All known viral disease have demonstrable viral particles that can be isolated and shown to infect other humans. This has never been done...

The Alkaline Way: How to Manage it with Russ Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
Practicing the alkaline way begins with eating whole foods that contribute minerals that buffer, healthy fats, and alkaline amino acids that exist around the periphery of the grocery store. This means including fresh fruits and veggies, lentils and beans and pulses, healthy seeds and nuts, sprouts and herbs, and natural whole foods. We don't want foods that...