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By ICIM Nashville speaker William Shaw, PhD:
Acetaminophen

One of the puzzling aspects of autism is the marked increase in the incidence of autism that began in the United States in the early 1980s and has appeared to increase continuously since then. The marked increases in the incidences of autism, asthma and attention deficit disorder in the United States coincide with the replacement of aspirin by acetaminophen in the 1980s. The characteristic loss of Purkinje cells in the brains of people with autism is consistent with depletion of brain glutathione due to excess acetaminophen usage, which leads to premature brain Purkinje cell death.
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By ICIM Nashville speaker Jeff Bradstreet, MD:
Solutions for the dysfunctional interplay of immunology and neurophysics in autistic syndromes

It turns out the brain cannot perform its many complex tasks without a high degree of synchronous electrical activity. Very much like computer circuitry – asynchronous brain activity uses too much energy to be efficient. That means those areas of the brain demand more oxygen and glucose, which results in excessive production of oxidative stress and mitochondrial overload. It also means they don’t share data effectively with other brain centers.
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Featuring ICIM Nashville speaker Edward Kondrot, MD:
President of the Arizona Homeopathic & Integrative Medical Association named

Globe Newswire via The Wall Street Journal
Dr. Edward Kondrot has been named president of the board of the Arizona Homeopathic & Integrative Medical Association, a 27-year-old state association for licensed homeopathic medical physicians in Arizona and in other states. Dr. Kondrot will lead the organization in its mission to promote and provide leadership in the art and practice of licensed homeopathic medicine, preserve and improve the health of the people of Arizona by developing and maintaining the highest standards, represent the physician and the profession in the public forum and defend the freedom and the ability of the physician to practice medicine in the best interests of the patient.
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Toxicity in built spaces — Preparing for a Nashville lecture coming soon from Matthew Van Olm, MD and Andy Chappell-Dick, Build/Design:
Are toxic chemicals in building materials making us sick?

The Huffington Post
The Bullitt Center's composting toilets need less than a cup of captured rainwater to flush. Its rooftop solar panels keep the six-story office building -- located in a notoriously not-so-sunny city — contributing to, rather than tapping from, the local electricity grid. But there's another bragging right that has been widely overlooked since the center's opening on Earth Day this April: More than 360 commonly used and potentially toxic elements and compounds were kept out of its construction, from its walls and wires to its pipes and paints.
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EFT research pages
Emotional Freedom Techniques
These EFT research pages summarize the many studies of EFT published in peer-reviewed professional journals. They begin with an overview of the American Psychological Association definition of "empirically validated treatments," then describe how EFT meets those criteria, and finally, they organize published abstracts into outcome studies, clinical reports, mechanisms papers, and review articles. From the links at the top of this page you can jump to any of these sections immediately.
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By ICIM member Terry Chappell, MD:
Foods can help you sleep

Things to avoid to prepare you for sleep are large meals at bedtime, chocolate and alcohol. Things to help include lite bites of food — unless you have reflux — kiwis in the evening — increases serotonin — and tart cheery juice — increases melatonin. During the day, go outside for natural sunlight and some exercise and at night, sleep in a dark room with no electronics.
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PCI no benefit over medical therapy in ischemic stable CAD
By Shelley Wood
A new analysis is calling into question the de facto rationale for many of the revascularization procedures taking place today, at least in patients with stable coronary artery disease. In a meta-analysis of more than 5,000 patients, PCI was no better than medical therapy in patients with documented ischemia by stress testing or fractional flow reserve.
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Commentary by ICIM member Sherri Tenpenny, DO:
Congressional briefing on the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

The Canary Pantry via YouTube
VideoBrief Dr. Sherri Tenpenny writes, "This is the Nov. 13 Congressional testimony on vaccine injuries. At 16 minutes, the asstistant AG of the state of Tennessee tells his story of the corruption within the vaccine Injury "court" system." At the end, you will learn why further hearings have been stopped and millions of vaccine injuries will never be compensated."
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Healing with language: Understanding rules
SCS Matters
Everyone has rules but we don't all have the same ones. Someone might break rules about speed limits on the highway but follow rules about seatbelt and turn-signal use. Someone else might obey speed limits and ignore rules about seatbelts and turn signals.
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Facebook Friend of the Week: ICIM member Kelly Hassberger, MD
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Kelly Hassberger graduated with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine with highest honors from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in July of 2011. She then went on to complete a one-year general medicine residency in Naturopathic Medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Medical Center.
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Is there a natural cure for bad breath?
Daily Mail
Is there a natural cure for bad breath? It is natural to assume that bad breath — also known as halitosis — is caused by a problem in the mouth. However, for a very significant number of individuals, their bad breath is not caused by a problem with oral hygiene but is related to their digestion in general. A common and often undiagnosed cause of bad breath is toxicity in the digestive tract. This is often related to inefficient digestion and elimination of food.
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European researchers link neonicotinoids to brain impairment, recommend further restrictions on use
The New York Times via Natural News
Researchers from the European Food Safety Authority recommended further restrictions on the use of neonicotinoids in the wake of new data which indicate that the class of pesticides "may affect the developing human nervous system" of children. Neonicotinoids have been linked to declining bee populations and three of them were the subject of rigorous new restrictions passed in Europe earlier this year.
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The best clinic and business model for integrated medicine
FON Therapeutics
Glen Sabin writes, "I am often asked what’s the best clinic or business model to deliver integrative medicine. My standard reply is the quote above; it pretty much says it all. Frankly, when deciding the most appropriate, sustainable model for your specific organization, there are many important considerations."
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Cellphone use linked to lower grades, anxiety and much worse
Mercola
Mounting research raises tremendously important questions about the long-term safety of saturating ourselves in electromagnetic frequencies. As a result, at least a dozen countries around the world have begun to adopt a precautionary approach toward cell phone use and other wireless technologies.
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Parkinson's disease and long-term prolozone follow-up
RobertRowenMD via YouTube
VideoBrief Remarkable man, you'd not believe his age, who has done superbly challenged with Parkinson's disease, neck pain and just recently, low back pain.
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Japan to seek criminal prosecution of Novartis
Medical Express
Japan's health ministry intends to file a criminal complaint against the local arm of Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis over alleged fabrication of drugs data, a report said. Novartis Pharma KK has been under fire since a university said the data might have been skewed to promote a popular blood-pressure drug.
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