Welcome to the latest IMCJ!
In this issue you will find our latest articles.
- The Path Ahead—The Kidney Dysfunction Epidemic, Part 1: Causes - Joseph Pizzorno, ND, Editor in Chief
- BackTalk—Confessions of a Narcissist - Bill Benda, MD, Associate Editor
- Harvard Team Finds 43% Reduction in Use of Health Care Services via Mind-Body Intervention...plus more - John Weeks
- Creating Synthesis—When Is a Disease a “Disease”? - Jeffrey Bland, PhD, Associate Editor
- Sixteen-year-old Female With Acute Abdominal Pain: A Case Report - Kara Fitzgerald, ND
- Cannabidiol Oil for Decreasing Addictive Use of Marijuana: A Case Report - Scott Shannon, MD; Janet Opila-Lehman, ND
- Bernard Fox, PhD: The Promise of Immunotherapy in Curing Cancer - Interview by Craig Gustafson
- Kara N. Fitzgerald, ND: Case Reports—Informing the Practice of Systems Medicine - Interview by Craig Gustafson
- Factors in the Blood During Dieting May Have Anti-Diabetes Properties
- Taking Vitamin D May Benefit People with MS
- Two Alzheimer’s risk genes linked to brain atrophy, promise future blood markers
- Transcendental Meditation and Lifestyle Modification Increase Telomerase
Reprints of articles from past issues are available, collected by topic for your convenience, including:
- Diet Therapy
- Traditional Chinese Medicine
The origins of the Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM) date back at least to Evarts G. Loomis, a medical doctor trained at Cornell Medical School, who in 1958 opened the Meadowlark Center in California.1 Integrative and holistic medicine at the Meadowlark Center grew through key iterative steps into the...
- Labrix Advanced Workshop | January 16-17, 2016 | Platinum Hotel & Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada
- 13th Annual Natural Supplements: An Evidence-Based Update | January 28-31, 2016 | Paradise Point Resort, San Diego, California
- Functional Medicine Advanced Practice Modules (APMs) | February 4-6, 2016 | Loews Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia
- IVC & Cancer Symposium | February 5-6, 2016 | La Concha Resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico