From Edmonton, Alberta, Deborah Andrew got a B.Sc. from UBC, Ph.D. from UBC in experimental pathology, M.D. from UBC in 1985. From 2006-2008 she did a two-year Paracelsus Biological Medicine program under the auspices of Dr. Thomas Rau from Switzerland. She also completed...
Before during and after pregnancy, women are exposed to many chemicals that may harm them and the growing fetus. Health practitioners use this tool to evaluate their patient’s risk and women and parents can use this tool to learn about these toxic chemicals and become...
Surprisingly, the FDA believes what is contained in the dietary guidelines is the most up-to-date science — but, as usual, they are woefully incorrect. When the guidelines came out, we outlined in detail the problems with the panel's recommendations.
It is said there is a blessing within every misfortune. Sixteen years ago, chronic mercury exposure and attendant nutritional deficiencies nearly killed me.
I don't know about you, but as a child I loved playing with blocks. It was always a challenge to see how they could be interconnected in order to build an ever more impressive structure on our living room floor. Well, on the heels of last week's discussion of carbohydrates,...
Femoroacetabular impingement, or FAI, is a condition where there is too much friction in the hip. Friction in the hip means bone rubs against bone and the "bone-on-bone" situation develops with subsequent osteoarthritis related damage and pain. Of the two types of FAI, one...
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