Welcome to the latest IMCJ!
In this issue you will find our latest articles.
- The Path Ahead - Hard to be Healthy in North America - Joseph Pizzorno, ND, Editor in Chief
- BackTalk - A Pirate Looks at 60 - Bill Benda, MD, Associate Editor
- Going, Going, Nearly Gone: Licensed "CAM" Practitioners Disappearing From the National Institutes of Health NCCIH Advisory Council...plus more - John Weeks
- Kevin Spelman, PhD - Keeping It Together: The Other Compounds in Cannabis and the Benefits of Whole-herb Use - Interview by Craig Gustafson
- Denis Wilson, MD: Low Body Temperature as an Indicator for Poor Expression of Thyroid Hormone - Interview by Craig Gustafson
- Evaluation of the Effects of BioCell Collagen, a Novel Cartilage Extract, on Connective Tissue Support and Functional Recovery From Exercise - Hector L. Lopez, MD; Tim N. Ziegenfuss, PhD; Joosang Park, PhD
- Rauwolfia in the Treatment of Hypertension - Douglas Lobay, BSc, ND
- The Continuum of Health Professions - Clyde B. Jensen, PhD
- The Effect of Dietary Change in a Patient With Ichthyosis Vulgaris: A Case Report - Brian Anderson, DC, CCN, MPH, MS
- Michael Smith, MD: Treat the Underlying Causes of Weight Gain to Facilitate Successful Weight Loss - Interview by Craig Gustafson
- Sexual Transmission of Lyme Disease: a Paradigm Shift
- The Microbiome of a Woman's Reproductive Tract May Predict Preterm Birth
- Study Highlights MBI Secondary Screening Technology as a Cost-Effective Way to Increase Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses
- Study Finds Daily Cognizin Citicoline Oral Supplement Improves Attention in Adolescent Males
Reprints of articles from past issues are available, collected by topic for your convenience, including:
- Diet Therapy
- Traditional Chinese Medicine
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- The Institute for Functional Medicine Advanced Practice Module (APMS): Detox | July 12-14, 2015 | Radisson Blue Aqua Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
- Detox Summit | July 19, 2015 | Double Tree Suites-Time Square, New York, New York
- AANP 30th Anniversary Conference | August 5-8, 2015 | Oakland Marriott, Oakland, California