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Kenneth Stoller MD will lectures on his research with Dr. Amen


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Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-13, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


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A history of energy work: Ancient clues to future cures
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The International College of Integrative Medicine would like to announce that Donese Worden will speak on "The Science Behind Leading-Edge Bio-Energetic Medicine and Practical Uses" at our meeting, "Innovation! Meeting Today's Medical Challenges" on Oct. 11-13. Come hear Worden speak and learn which publications give the most accurate and information to date, the history of energy medicine, how to utilize resonance, coherence and entrainment in practice, see documentation of the reality of the BioMagnetic Field, understand the importance of "intention" in any therapy, and more.
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By ICIM member and speaker Dr. Joe Hickey:
Lipoproteins: The real cause of heart disease

More than 50 percent of people with "normal cholesterol" still develop heart attacks. Why? Lipoproteins, not cholesterol, cause heart disease. Lipoproteins are the carriers that transport cholesterol through the blood. Some lipoproteins cause cholesterol to penetrate the artery wall more easily, causing the artery to clog. These lipoprotein plaques become inflamed and rupture, causing a heart attack.
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By ICIM member Dr. Elizabeth Vaughan:
Chelation and chronic disease: A history

Chelation therapy is a treatment that is often surrounded by confusion and misunderstanding. So, in evaluating this treatment, any patient or doctor should look at the scientific evidence available which, when it comes to chelation therapy, is considerable. And, it's important to know why chelation should be considered in the first place. To do this, it is necessary to understand the nature of chronic diseases that can take a toll on your health.
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Healing with language: Embedded questions
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An "embedded question" is a statement that implies a question without coming right out and asking. "I'm wondering if you can tell me more about embedded questions." When the question is asking for sensitive information or might otherwise seems threatening, an embedded question is more likely to produce an answer than a direct question.
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By ICIM member Dr. Todd Pesek:
Local, seasonal celebrations of superfoods

As we transition into summer full force, our succulent spring greens give way to a delectable array of rainbow veggies and fruits. These include mature greens like collards, kale and other cruciferous veggies like broccoli and kohlrabi. It is an easy time of year to eat yourself super.
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By ICIM member Dr. Dale Guyer:
Allergies and an active summer lifestyle

Frequently, many individuals associate the symptoms of chronic allergies with typical findings, such as runny nose, watery eyes, scratchy throat and sinus congestion. However, for many these occasionally chronic symptoms can be more vague and seem unrelated. Symptoms of gastrointestinal distress, irritable bowel, bloating, fatigue, brain fog, migratory skin rashes, slower metabolic rate and even weight gain can all be subliminal symptoms of chronic or seasonally exacerbated allergies.
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Speaker book: Dr. Martin Dayton
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Dr. Dayton is among 15 highly regarded doctors worldwide selected to discuss his integrative approach for treating cancer in a groundbreaking new book.
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Connect with us: ICIM scrapbook
A place to save memories and corporate culture of the community, members and friends of International College of Integrative Medicine.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

    New Book: Managed Care in a Public Setting (Nova Publishers)
ICIM Speaker Book of the week Sherri Tenpenny DO: Saying No to Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages (Amazon)
Official: NIH Says Chelation Reduces Heart Disease (By ICIM member Dr. Paul Lynn)
Toxic metal removal (Chelation) (By ICIM member Dr. John Parks Trowbridge)
Zucchini Spaghetti (By ICIM Member Coleen Maulfair)

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A pox on the CDC's vaccination agenda: The rise of herpes zoster
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A new systematic review published in PLoS titled, "Herpes Zoster Risk Reduction through Exposure to Chickenpox Patients: A Systematic Multidiscplinary Review," confirms that the widespread adoption of chickenpox vaccine over the past 30 years, which has resulted in a decline in chickenpox cases associated with infection from the wild-circulating virus, has led to a concerning increase in the incidents of herpes zoster (shingles), a far more serious expression of chickenpox virus (varicella zoster) infection.
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Botanical approaches to female infertility
Intergrative Practitioner
For many women, having a baby happens easily and with little effort. For others, conception or carrying a baby to full term can be a struggle that wreaks havoc on their emotional and physiological well-being. Botanical therapeutic strategies can help women conceive and carry to full term. Botanical action, specific key herbs and special consideration of contributing etiologies will be discussed in this paper, along with detailed botanical information that includes preparations, dosing, safety considerations and contraindications.
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Ag-Gag bills: Proof your activism brings results
Alliance for Natural Health
The fight isn't over yet. Some states want to ban filming of factory farm abuses and fracking operations. Nine "Ag-Gag bills" — bills that suppress freedom of speech when it comes to exposing the abuses at factory farms — have been introduced in 2013, more than in any previous year. Thanks to your activism, none of them became law.
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Listen to the Best of ICIM:
"Mercury and Cardiovascular Disease" by Dr. Mark Houston

VideoBriefListen as Dr. Mark Houston discusses mercury and cardiovascular disease, a lecture given at the "Getting Well with Food Nutrition" Conference.
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Drug-resistant TB 'extraordinarily sensitive' to vitamin C
Holistic Primary Care
Researchers looking for options to control multi drug resistant tuberculosis were surprised to learn that vitamin C given along with iron, could wipe out a wide variety of strains, at least in vitro. Reporting in Nature, Dr. William Jacobs Jr., professor of microbiology, immunology and genetics at Yeshiva University in New York said, "Mycobacterium tuberculosis is extraordinarily sensitive to killing by a vitamin C-induced Fenton reaction."
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Polluted air linked to autism risk
HealthDay News via Medline Plus
Pregnant women who live in smog-filled areas may be twice as likely to have children with autism, a new study suggests. Researchers compared exposure to air pollution among 325 women who had a child with autism and 22,000 women who did not. The women were participants in the Nurses' Health Study II. Pollutants measured included diesel particulate matter, lead, manganese, mercury, methylene chloride and a combined measure of metal exposure.
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Listen to the Best of ICIM:
"Mechanisms and Biomarkers of Cadmium Nephrotoxicity" by Dr. Walter Prozialeck

VideoBriefCadmium is an important industrial and environmental pollutant that is a leading cause of kidney disease in some parts of the world. This presentation will summarize recent research findings regarding the mechanisms by which cadmium accumulates in the kidney and alters renal function.
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