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Yin/Yang: The Marriage Between Conventional and Innovative Medicine: March 14-18, Washington Marriott, Washington, D.C., Program Chair Conrad Maulfair, DO

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Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-12, 2013, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


 



The Riordan Clinic: A comprehensive update on vitamin C therapies
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The story of vitamin C is a compelling reminder that modern practitioners of integrative medicine are heirs to a rich scientific tradition of basic nutritional research coupled to applied clinical care — thanks to courageous medical mavericks who stepped out of the conventional mindset in order to investigate therapies that went beyond symptomatic palliation in an attempt to correct the actual underlying causes of chronic degenerative illness. Dr. Hugh Riordan was a prime example of a medical maverick who left a wonderful legacy of integrative care that is now called "The Riordan Approach." More

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Pharmacy compounding under greater scrutiny from FDA
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In Ohio, ICIM members are scrambling to figure out how to combat new restrictions on compounded substances to help their patients. A conference call for Ohio Physicians and Pharmacists is scheduled to discuss this critical matter Feb. 6. Please let Wendy Chappell know at wendy@ICIMed.com if you would like to attend. More

100 quality resources for nursing and medical law
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In the increasingly litigious climate that surrounds healthcare and medical treatment, anyone who works in a health-related field needs to be conscious of the laws and regulations that apply to them. This list highlights 100 of the best resources covering medical malpractice law, general nursing law and more. More

Submit your articles for Homeopathy 4 Everyone
Alan V. Schmukler, editor of Hpathy.com    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
I'm writing as chief editor of Hpathy.com and its Internet journal Homeopathy 4 Everyone. I'm planning the 2013 issues of our journal and wish to invite your members to submit articles and cases relevant to homeopathy. We are the world's most widely read homeopathy website and e-journal respectively, visited half a million times a month. Anyone interested may contact me at Alanheal@aol.com and I'll provide details. Here is a link to one of our recent issues.


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Hearing loss may herald cognitive decline
ICIM member Megan Strauchman, M.D.    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Dementia and its characteristic cognitive dysfunctions are projected to double every 20 years due to the aging of the worldwide population, identifying the factors in understanding the pathways of this decline are reemerging as a public health focus. Frank R. Lin, from The Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health, and colleagues studied 1,984 older adults, average age about 77 years, enrolled in the Health ABC Study, a prospective observational study begun in 1997-98. More

Healing with Language: Verb tenses and relaxes
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It is easy to forget about verb tenses. We've been using them a long time and do so automatically. What is often overlooked is that verb tenses really do orient people in time. Make a mental image of yourself for the following:

I dance. I danced. I will dance.

If you're like most people, you made still images of yourself having danced in the past, dancing in the present, and dancing in the future. Note the way the progressive tenses — those with "ing" endings — add movement to your mental images.

I am dancing. I was dancing. I will be dancing.

Paying attention to the verb tenses your clients or patients are using lets you know how they are orienting their problems and solutions in time. Using verb tenses also gives you a way to help them move from a "stuck" state to a state moving in a better direction:

Patient: My back really hurts.
Doctor: How long has your back been hurting?
Doctor: [After an intervention] How much better is your back feeling now?

While language alone won't cure everything, using the right verb tense can help you help your clients or patients add movement to their stuck states and open them to the possibility of a better future.

Send your questions about communication to Joel P. Bowman or Debra Basham, co-developers of SCS Matters, LLC. We will provide answers to those for you. For more information about Healing with Language: Your Key to Effective Mind-Body Communication, neurolinguistic programming, hypnosis or hypnotherapy, or about the imagine healing process, visit www.SCS-Matters.com or ImagineHealing.info.


Sister organization AOAPRM plans meeting May 9-12
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American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine Spring 2013 Training Seminar — Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine for Healing & Pain Treatment:

Program chair: Richard Hull, D.O.
Location: Marriott Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Mo.
CME: 25 Category 1-A CME credits anticipated
Phone: Linda Pavina at 302-530-2489

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The hidden connection behind viruses, vaccines and cancer
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Mainstream medicine tells us that the hepatitis B virus causes liver cancer, which is why it is so necessary for newborns to be vaccinated within hours of birth. We are told that the human papillomavirus, which is supposedly so prevalent in our population, causes cervical cancer which is why there is such a push to vaccinate girls and boys as early as 9 years old. Let's not forget about Simian Virus 40, which is known to have contaminated polio vaccines and is associated with a wide variety of human cancers. Conventional wisdom tells us that viruses cause cancer. But is this true? Let's investigate the story further. More

UK study strengthens link between GSK flu shot and narcolepsy
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Children in Britain who were vaccinated with a GlaxoSmithKline shot against H1N1 swine flu had a significantly increased risk of developing the rare sleep disorder narcolepsy, according to results of a scientific study. The findings, which have not yet been published in full, are the first firm evidence in Britain that the flu vaccine, called Pandemrix, is linked to narcolepsy cases in children. More

'Mainstream' doctors, nurses often use alternative medicine for themselves
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If you go to a mainstream doctor with complaints of tiredness, lack of motivation, general malaise and insomnia, you'll likely get an antidepressant. But, if that same doctor has the same symptoms, he or she may actually seek out other options for his or her own treatment. An interesting study from Health Services Research shows that most doctors and nurses who operate in mainstream medicine actually have more knowledge and appreciation for alternative medicine than they are letting on. More

Doctor Joke of the Week
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Doctor: "I've got very bad news — you've got cancer and Alzheimer's."

Patient: "Well, at least I don't have cancer."
 

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