New Study Suggests Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Not in Your Head; It’s In Your Gut

If you’ve struggled with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME/CFS), you were probably told at some point that your symptoms were “all in your head.” Of course researchers have known for years that ME/CFS is not psychosomatic; in fact, a recent Cornell University study...
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Researchers Recommend 20 Minutes More Sleep For Women

If you’re like most Americans, you are probably sleep deprived. Why aren’t we sleeping? According to WebMD, stress, caffeine and conditions such as heart disease, obesity and depression can keep us awake. Although both genders struggle with sleeplessness, a lack of sleep may affect women...
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Understanding Nuts and Seeds

In light of the recently published STALL (Statins and Almonds to Lower Lipoproteins) trial, I would like to use this forum to discuss some of the health benefits of nuts and seeds. The results of this study are important as they suggested that regularly consuming almonds help reduce the amount...
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Study of 95,000 MDVIP Patients Confirms Better Screening Tool to Identify Cardiovascular Risk

The impressive findings of a peer-reviewed collaboration between MDVIP and Cleveland HeartLab were as striking as the study process itself utilizing one of the largest patient screening data sets of its kind. Based on results from laboratory panels of more than 95,000 MDVIP patients, researchers...
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Study: MDVIP Wellness Plan Exceeds National Standards for Patient Satisfaction, Preventive Medicine, and Chronic Conditions

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Patients seeking treatment for chronic conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular and heart disease, high cholesterol, or wanting more attentive involvement by their primary care physicians in such recommended preventive care as blood work, mammograms and colonoscopies, find that the...
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