When I was in medical school, I had my first abnormal Pap, and it was quite abnormal, a precancerous lesion described as CIN2 (now revealed to be one of the most inaccurately diagnosed pathologies). I had two very unpleasant “therapeutic biopsies” called colposcopies, and two years later, it was normal. That was that. But I remember hearing about the
How sugar imbalance can look like anxiety and what to do about it.
I came through integrative medicine as a stepping-stone to holistic care. As someone who has always had an intellectual rebellious streak, I like to question, push, and think outside of the box. Alternative medicine had always been a circus curiosity for me until I sat in a lecture by Dr. Richard Brown, and learned about
How inflammatory foods can affect your brain and lead to depression and anxiety.
A lively discussion with the nation’s foremost expert on the hazards of psychiatric treatment. Go here to listen to us find common ground and bring each other fresh perspectives.