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Cleveland lead-in workshop: Clinical metal toxicology, diagnosis and treatment
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On Sept. 20 in Cleveland, ICIM will offer a course in metal toxicity, suitable for beginners and experienced practitioners. It is designed to give attendees all the information and tools they will need to immediately add this diagnostic and treatment module to their armamentarium to offer their patients and subsequently increase their financial bottom line. Experienced practitioners will learn additional information that they can share with their patients to reinforce the importance of treating metal toxicity. Treating one patient will totally recover your educational investment. More

Member Profile: Paul Saunders, ND
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Dr. Paul Saunders, ND, has been teaching pharmacology, venopuncture, IV therapy and botanic medicine for 20 years. He teaches chelation therapy as well, though naturopaths are prohibited from offering chelation in Ontario, Canada. Some of his students come from western Canada; they are able to return and practice the therapy legally. Get to know this ICIM member. More

How chelation therapy can help humans and animals
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Chelation therapy bases itself on the removal of heavy metals from the body and has recently been used to treat a number of ailments among humans as well as animals. Chelating agents are inserted into the veins, which then bind to heavy metals such as arsenic, mercury and lead. These toxins are then excreted from the body restoring it to health once more. More

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Texas OKs experimental stem cell therapy rules
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The Texas Medical Board approved new rules on experimental stem cell therapies such as the one Gov. Rick Perry underwent during back surgery last year, despite objections they don't do enough to protect patients and could led to an explosion of doctors promoting unproven, expensive treatments. Supporters say establishing formal rules will lead to more medical innovation by opening doors for researchers in Texas. More

Corporate Sponsor Spotlight: Women's International Pharmacy
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"Women's International Pharmacy is the most service-oriented company that I have ever had the pleasure of doing business with. For over 16 years, Wally Simons and the other pharmacists at Women’s have taken excellent care of my patients' needs. Not only do they quickly compounded and dispense prescriptions, they also follow up with the patient after a week or two to make absolutely certain the patient is doing well. They have gone above and beyond when needed to find alternative fillers, capsules, etc., to compound a prescription for particularly sensitive patients. They always have their customers in mind!" — Robban Sica, M.D. More

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Healing With Language: Changing 'frame' size
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When a patient presents a problem, your noticing the "frame" size and altering it can often be the small change that brings about infinite results.

Patient: My health has always been bad.
  1. When you think about your childhood now, can you remember times you felt really good?
  2. I am curious in what ways specifically your health has caused you problems.
  3. What specifically seems to be the problem now?
Patient: I will never get better.
  1. How do you know? You might be better tomorrow, next week or a year from now.
  2. Then what brought you here today?
  3. I am wondering if there is something you can do today to ensure a healthier future.
Email 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 (NLP), hypnosis or hypnotherapy, or about the imagine healing process, visit or

Antioxidants: Arm yourself with food
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We've all heard of free radicals, yet many of us are not quite sure what they are or why they're so scary. Free radicals are unstable molecules, produced by normal bodily functions, which can cause damage to cells. But what if we had a sheet of armor to protect ourselves from them? As it turns out, we do, and it's found in deeply hued fruits and vegetables. More

Think carrots, not candy as school snack, group suggests
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Junk food may soon be hard to buy at American public schools as the U.S. government readies new rules requiring healthier foods to be sold beyond the cafeteria — a move most parents support, according to a poll. With childhood obesity rising, the survey found most people agreed the chips, soda and candy bars students buy from vending machines or school stores in addition to breakfast and lunch are not nutritious, and they support a national standard for foods sold at schools. More

Connect With Us: Follow ICIM on Twitter
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Find ICIM on Twitter and subscribe to lists of ICIM members, speakers and industry leaders. More

Too many pills for aging patients
The New York Times (blog)    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Overmedication of the elderly is an all too common problem, a public health crisis that compromises the well-being of growing numbers of older adults. Many take fistfuls of prescription and over-the-counter medications on a regular basis, risking serious and sometimes fatal side effects and drug interactions. A series of research-based guidelines, recently updated and published in The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, calls attention to specific medications most likely to have calamitous effects in the elderly. More

The diet myth that is destroying the health of the world    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
VideoBrief Diet myths abound in the health industry, but one of the biggest myths of all is the idea that a calorie is a calorie, no matter where you get it from or what the scientific compound of it is. If you care about your health and are truly working to keep your weight down, then you need to know the truth about calories as well as the substances that distort how calories work in your body. More

ICIM Scrapbook: Comments on iMosaic Conference
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ICIM member Richard Plumb, DO, did a fantastic job with our Advanced Heavy Metal Toxicology workshop at the iMosaic Conference in Minneapolis. Here is what the attendees had to say. More

Study: Acupuncture restores digestion
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New research finds that acupuncture relieves digestive impairment due to stress. This finding suggests that acupuncture is an effective modality for the treatment of functional dyspepsia (indigestion). Dyspepsia usually involves pain of the upper abdomen, bloating and sometimes nausea, heartburn and belching. Dyspepsia is also linked to gastroesophageal reflux disease. More
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