‘Cultured’: A Look At How Foods Can Help The Microbes Inside Us Thrive

February 24, 20197:00 AM ET Jonathan Lambert Korean kimchi, made of salted and fermented vegetables, contains microbes that contribute to its distinctive taste. Katherine Harmon Courage wants us to think about digestion as a collaborative journey between us and our microbes. In her new book, Cultured: How Ancient Foods Can Feed Our Microbiome, she envisions digestion not as a simple… Read more →

Suffering from allergies? These foods can help ease the symptoms

June 4, 2019 in Food Although Spring is known as the season of renewal, for those of us who suffer from allergies, it can feel like quite the opposite. Allergies, also known as hay fever, is the result of the immune system overreacting to allergens such as plant pollen, which leads to lots of congestion, sneezing, and itching. While treatment usually involves… Read more →

This is the #1 Dietary Risk Factor for Death in the U.S.

Learn an easy way to live longer and save money by making a daily change in your diet.  The Global Burden of Disease Study, published in 2012, is the most comprehensive and systematic analysis of causes of death undertaken to date, involving nearly 500 researchers from more than 300 institutions in 50 countries, and starting with almost 100,000 data sources. What… Read more →

Why Are Heart Attacks and Strokes on the Rise in Young Adults?

Bradley Bale, MD & Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNPMay 8, 2019 After Luke Perry’s death from a massive stroke at age 52, many people asked how this could have happened. Wasn’t the “Beverly Hills, 90210” star too young for a stroke? And could this tragedy have been prevented? Perry joins a growing list of celebrities who have fallen victim to heart… Read more →

2018 Highlight – We Stand Up for Science & Medicine Amid Archaic American Health Model

AAOSH Responds to JADA Editorial that Claims Promoting Oral-Systemic Connection is ‘Premature and Misleading’   AAOSH Admin   June 15, 2018 Jacque Russo, RN, DDS; Susan Estep, DDS; Susan Maples, DDS; DeWitt Wilkerson, DDS; Michael Milligan, DMD; Victoria Richards; Jan Lazarus, RDH; Doug Thompson, DDS; Mark Cannon, DDS; Gary Kadi; Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP; William Domb, DMD; Chris Kammer, DDS… Read more →

Raw vs Cooked: The Healthiest Ways to Eat Your Veggies

Raw vs Cooked: The Healthiest Ways to Eat Your Veggies Food and Health September 7, 2018 When it comes to raw vs cooked vegetables, what are the healthiest ways to eat them to get the most nutrients? Learn what the science and the experts say about the best ways to prepare your veggies to get the most benefits. Raw diets have… Read more →

Taming the Fire Within

Taming the Fire Within, with Tieraona Low Dog M.D. Systemic, chronic inflammation is at the core of so many health issues today. In this interview with Tieraona Low Dog M.D., she offers pragmatic advice on how to address systemic inflammation. Dr. Low Dog unpacks her medical kit of foods, supplements and pragmatic advice on how to quell this instigator of… Read more →

Connecting Dentistry and Medicine to Save Lives

CONNECTING DENTISTRY AND MEDICINE TO SAVE LIVES AAOSH Position Paper Regarding the AP Flossing Report August 15, 2016 A recent report by the Associated Press (AP) calls into question the health benefits of flossing, suggesting that no scientific evidence links flossing to better oral health. Unfortunately, the media coverage of this report has led many people to believe that flossing… Read more →

Be a savvy citizen, know what you are putting on your body!

More Health Problems Reported With Hair And Skin Care Products June 26, 201712:42 PM ET KERIN HIGA Problems with hair care products are among the most common in the FDA’s database. We rub, pour, sprinkle and spray them all over our bodies, so you’d hope cosmetics would undergo serious safety oversight before they get into our hands. But in fact,… Read more →