Politically Incorrect Medicine May 2016

From the mainstream Findings worth a look Does the chicken pox vaccine in kids actually cause more shingles in the general adult population? Does stress cause heart attacks? Treat ALS? Hope for a puzzling curse…. Promising research points to useful treatments. A multi-systems functional approach offers insight and hope. Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine May 2016 Dr. Alan […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine April 2016

Statin swan song? 2.5 trillion dollars and counting Mainly industry sponsored research shows statins reduce heart disease. The pharmacologic reality is at odds with these findings. Statin are damaging to heart muscle. Beautiful skin The inside job The best exercise is the exercise you’ll do. Strength or resistance training is key. Look into high intensity, super slow methods. High insulin […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine March 2016

Mold toxicity Who gets sick and how About 25% of the population are genetically predisposed to mold illness. The Theanine story Calm focus and better brains Theanine (aka L-Theanine) is an amino acid found in green tea. Research shows numerous brain benefits. Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine March 2016 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or Subscribe to read more […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine June 2015

“It’s in your head” The high cost of psychogenic attribution People with supposedly unexplained symptoms still may be told “It’s in your head” A reasonable role for statins? Guideline practices miss up to 50% a risk A small number of people are more likely to benefit from the addition of a statin medication Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine […]

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