Many years ago I wrote about my dissatisfaction with my medical school education.  In my book, Healing, health and Transformation: New Frontiers in Medicine, in 1990, I wrote in Chapter 2, the Journey from Physician to Healer, the Inhumanity of Being “Objective” Since starting my clinical rotations I was beginning to see how the process […]



Earlier studies have indicated that sub-optimal poor vitamin B12 status may be a risk factor for brain atrophy and possibly cognitive impairment. Chicago researchers at Rush University Medical Center have found that low levels of vitamin B12 may contribute to brain function decline (thinking in particular) for senior adults in many ways. According to Christine […]

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