Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most prevalent endocrine disorder, affecting about 5-10% of women of reproductive age. Classic PCOS comes with a set of symptoms, such as irregular or absent periods, evidence of high androgens (excess hair growth, thinning hair, acne), being overweight or obese, and multiple small cysts on the ovaries.
Recent research has shown that 84% of patients diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome also have SIBO: Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. Could SIBO be the primary root cause of IBS?
What I’m Reading This Month: Reducing Brain Inflammation with Diet, Folic Acid and ASD Risk, and the Age of Plastic
What I’m Reading This Month: Reducing Brain Inflammation with Diet, Folic Acid and ASD Risk, and the Age of Plastic September 2017 The sheer volume of health, wellness, and medical news and commentary available on the internet can be overwhelming. Every month, get a...
Fall cleansing is the perfect way to strengthen your system to deal with the coming change in diet and lifestyle that winter brings.
What I’m Reading This Month: Cortisol and the Gut-Brain Axis, Cadmium Exposure and Endometrial Cancer, and Fish Oils for Estrogen-Mediated Brain Protection
Every month, get a taste of what integrative medicine leader Dr. John Gannage finds interesting (and digestible) on the web.
Do you find yourself dreading summer months in a way you never used to? As the temperature is rising, are you experiencing your own internal heat wave? If so, you are not alone.
What I’m Reading This Month: Light at Night and Depression, Lifestyle Changes to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk, and New Vitamin D Guidelines
Dr. Gannage’s July picks
Building your diet is not unlike constructing a house. Here’s my take on the priorities, starting from the ground up.
Do you have diabetes? Have you ever had a heart attack? Are you age 50 or older? If you answered "yes" to these three questions, you may be eligible to take part in a National Institutes of Health funded study of intravenous (IV) chelation therapy and oral...