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Letter from Dr. David Nebbeling
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Nebbeling "I was introduced to the alternative use of steroid hormones for men and women in 1987. I have seen the evolution from injectables to pills, creams, troches, vaginal suppositories, pellets and the testing evolve from serum into urine and salivary. I grew in my experiential knowledge and patient success stories. I attended a lecture by Lisa Everett — daughter of Harry Everett the first pharmacist to compound bio-identical hormones — in Kansas City in 2005. She challenged my long held beliefs on bio-identical hormones and eventually changed the way I prescribe and order labs for testing. Leave your past experience at the door and attend with an open mind the newly revised lecture on bio-identical hormones by Dr. Lisa Everett." More



Video: Why Cleveland, why hormones?
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Cognitive help from a jellyfish
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A protein originally found in a jellyfish has been shown to help maintain healthy brain function. Apoaequorin, the active ingredient in a new dietary supplement, Prevagen Professional, helps maintain brain heath via the maintenance of calcium levels in aging brains. More

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US court partially rejects Myriad gene patent claims
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A federal appeals court partially ruled against Myriad Genetics Inc. over the biotechnology company's effort to patent two genes linked to breast and ovarian cancer. A divided panel of the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., upheld a 2010 ruling by a Manhattan federal judge that Myriad's claims directed to "comparing" or "analyzing" DNA sequences could not be patented. But it also ruled in favor of Myriad in backing the company's right to patent "isolated" DNA molecules, and its method for cancer screening via changes in "cell growth rates of novel, man-made transformed cells." More

What do these doctors have in common?
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They're all coming to ICIM Cleveland: Sex, Lies and Hormones. Here is the list: Robert Beckman, M.D.; Michael Burnui, D.O.; Chuck Adams, M.D.; Conrad Maulfair, D.O.; David Nebbeling, D.O.; Jeff Romig, M.D.; Ellie Campbell, D.O.; Linda Hegstrand, M.D., Ph.D.; James Frackelton, M.D.; Elizabeth Vaughan, M.D.; Ron Casselberry, M.D.; Robban Sica, M.D.; Todd Pesek, M.D.; Jenny Rymer, N.D.; Dotty Shaffer, M.D.; Erba Carskadden, D.O.; Dan Kohn, D.O.; Suzanne Alt, D.O.; Naomi Pearsall-Cook, M.D.; and Jane Klaes, D.O. More

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Healing With Language: Rate of speech
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In previous language tips, we have discussed matching and mirroring the nonverbal behavior of your clients or patients, with emphasis on being similar rather than identical to avoid the sense of mimicking the other. We also suggested matching the sense-based vocabulary of others so that they can better see what you mean, hear what you are saying or get a grip on your ideas.

To allow things to be completely easy for you, in terms of rapport and understanding, remember that people speak at the rate they can comprehend language. If you speak too quickly for slow talkers, they will not be able to process everything you are saying. If you speak too slowly for a quick talkers, they will fill in the perceived gaps between your words with their own ideas.

While our own natural rate of speech is a fairly ingrained habit, as you begin matching the other person's rate of speech, because what was unfamiliar becomes familiar with practice, soon changing your rate of speech will seem natural. Fortunately, even small changes in the direction of the rate of speech of others makes a big difference.

For fun, when you watch TV news shows, pay attention to the rate of delivery of the principal anchors. They tend to speak at a medium rate — neither rapidly nor slowly — as that rate is comfortable for the most people. Like Goldilocks preferring the chair, the bed and the porridge that was just right, rate of speech that is just right is a wonderful way you are saying, "I am present with you. I am not going anywhere. I am right here to help you find ways you can be well."

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.


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Resolution on health hazards of heavy metals and other metals
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The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe passed a resolution in 2011 stating a concern that, in their health policies, the member states of the Council of Europe pay insufficient attention to the health hazards of metals, for which there is sound scientific evidence in many cases. Here a look at that resolution. More

Business Briefs: People are your only real competitive advantage
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A recent report on 2012 workplace issues asked professionals worldwide what are the top two to three issues in their organizations? The findings were predictable: Retention, talent and leadership. Thriving organizations are very aware that the social-emotional competencies of their leadership and management are what gives their bottom line the competitive advantage. More

Garden hoses leach toxic chemicals into water
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Have you ever wondered where that funny taste and/or smell comes from when you take a drink of water out of the garden hose? Most likely, it comes from toxins in the lining of the garden hose and its fittings. Recent research found levels of lead in excess of Consumer Product Safety Commission Standards for other products, and phthalate DEHP and lead levels in excess of the federal safe water drinking standards. More

How much can patients learn in a 15-minute doctor visit?
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Thanks to some dazzling advances in preventive medicine and public health, doctors in almost every specialty of medicine now have a panoply of proven preventive recommendations to keep their patients from getting sick. And as the number of validated interventions has grown, so has the pressure on doctors to remind their patients of all the now-standard advice in the course of a 15-minute office visit. More

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Member Blog: Elizabeth Vaughan
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VideoBrief Elizabeth Vaughan, M.D., has been a licensed physician since 1979. In 1991, she left the hospital emergency room and opened the first urgent care ambulatory medical practice in Martinsville, Va. This quickly expanded into a thriving holistic practice. She relocated this practice to Greensboro, N.C., in 2002. Visit this ICIM member's blog to find out more about her approach. More

Cognitive decline rate may depend on age
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Cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease may slow down as a person grows older, according to a recent study. In the current study, researchers examined 723 people between the ages of 65 and 90 who either had normal cognition, mild impairment or Alzheimer's disease. The team studied changes in the subjects' brains and in their cognitive abilities, comparing these factors to their ages. More

Yoga: A cost-effective treatment for back pain sufferers?
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VideoBrief Specialized group yoga classes could provide a cost-effective way of treating patients with chronic or recurrent low back pain, according to the U.K.'s largest ever study of the benefits of yoga. The study provides an evaluation of a specially developed 12-week group yoga intervention program compared to conventional general practitioner care alone. More

Most Americans still eating too much salt
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Most U.S. adults are eating far more sodium than dietary guidelines recommend, despite decades of health advice urging them to cut back, says a new study. "People are trying to follow the guidelines, but it's difficult because there's so much sodium in the processed and restaurant food we eat," said Dr. Mary Cogswell who led the study at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. More
 

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