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Join us for lecture on psychoneuroendocrinology
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Join ICIM in Cleveland to explore how the human mind and central nervous system address the practical pathways to the balance of hormone substrates and hormone metabolites in the body. Robert Anderson, M.D., is a true pioneer of holistic medicine, having practiced clinically for more than 30 years. In his lecture "Psychoneuroendocrinology," you will:
  • understand the pathways by which the central nervous system influences major categories of hormonal function in the body
  • appreciate the available resources from which critical, factual information is extracted
  • observe the experiential effects of the use of relaxation methods and imagery to alter physiological functions
  • practice for yourself an "n of 1," one therapeutic method which is utilizable for working with patients
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How doctors and patients do harm
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Dr. Otis Brawley says it makes him furious when he hears "politicians and pundits" assert that American healthcare is the best in the world. The statement may be true for the rich, he says, but "it's not a great place to be sick if you are poor and uninsured and want consistent, basic care." But as you nod your head in agreement, be warned that Dr. Brawley doesn't place all the blame on insurance companies, hospitals and doctors. He also blames patients who have bought into the notion that more care — more treatment, more screening, more scans, more drugs — is better care. More

Member Profile: Chuck Mary III, M.D.
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Chuck Mary III, M.D., continues his father’s integrative medicine legacy and forges ahead with new research and development in the field of IV therapies and many other integrative treatments. When Dr. Mary lectured for ICIM at our Indianapolis conference "Seeking Global Advances in Medicine," his evaluations were sky high. People appreciated his informal, easy manner and his lecture, packed full of practical, well-documented information on intravenous vitamin C. More

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Osteoporosis: Therapeutic interventions
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Osteoporosis is a complex condition involving medical, genetic, hormonal, lifestyle, nutritional and environmental factors. A comprehensive plan that addresses these factors offers the greatest protection. The primary role of alternative therapies is to prevent osteoporosis and, fortunately, osteoporosis is largely a preventable disease. Alternative therapies can also be considered part of a strategy to slow progression of bone loss and to reduce fractures. More

FDA says nanotech may need extra safety tests
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U.S. health regulators said consumer products that use nanotechnology may have unknown effects on the human body, and advised food and cosmetic companies to further study the safety of these tiny particles. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued two draft guidelines calling for more studies, putting, for now, much of the onus for safety on companies. More


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Healing With Language: Recognizing modal operators
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One of the best indicators of what you can expect from patients is their use of modal operators. Modal operators modify verbs and indicate a person's way of thinking. Modal operators of necessity — such as can't, won't, must, have to, need to — indicate limited choices. Modal operators of possibility — such as can, will, may, might, choose — indicate options.

When a patient uses a modal operator of necessity, reframe the statement using a modal operator of possibility:

Patient: I can't see how this treatment is going to help me. 
Reframe: If you could see it, what might it look like? 

When reframing might seem argumentative, ask about the person's model of the world. 

Patient: This treatment won't work. 
Question: How do you know? 

Listen for the underlying fear and present options and outcomes in terms of possibility. 

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 www.SCS-Matters.com or ImagineHealing.info.


Parsley is a blood-purifying superfood
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Parsley is considered the world's most popular garnish. This herb has remarkable healing and blood purifying benefits that classify it as a superfood. The volatile oil compounds myristicin, limonene, eugenol and alpha-thujene have been shown to inhibit tumor cell formation. Additionally, parsley is rich in flavonoids — including apiin, apigenin, crisoeriol and luteolin that have strong anti-oxidant properties. More

Connect With Us: Find ICIM on LinkedIn
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Find ICIM on our LinkedIn group and join in the latest discussions with your peers in integrative medicine. More

The secret behind ayurvedic body types
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The main reason that you should try to learn about various ayurvedic body types is that a number of different body types can digest certain types of foods. You should try to avoid certain foods if your body cannot handle it because your body will end up rejecting something that it does not agree with. If you are having trouble with your digestive system, then you should think about trying out some different foods in your regular diet. More

ICIM Scrapbook: Fun at the falls
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We studied how to fight infections of all kinds at our meeting in Buffalo, N.Y. But nobody could cure the infectious energy of Niagara Falls during our outing on the Maid of the Mist. Enjoy soggy shots of Terri Su, M.D.; Robert Rowen, M.D.; Ron Casselberry, M.D.; John Trowbridge, M.D.; William Faber, D.O.; and other friends as we brave the waterfalls. More

Mixed evidence on acupuncture for irritable bowels
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The research on whether acupuncture helps ease irritable bowel syndrome has so far been a mixed bag, according to a new review of past clinical trials. The review, published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, found that in some trials, acupuncture seemed to work better than certain medications for irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS. More

Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia: Not just a potted pet, now it's health food
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Remember Chia Pets? You know, those sprouting Terracotta kittens, Simpson characters and yes, even presidents and presidential candidates? Well, the tiny seeds responsible for the "pottery that grows" have been springing up recently in the food and dietary supplement aisles of grocery, pharmacy and vitamin shops nationwide. More
 
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