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Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC
Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC

Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC

Dr. Beau Daniels, DC, is one of those people. He wears multiple hats in the medical and sports arenas, integrating them all in a way that fills the holes he sees in the healthcare system for athletes. His tireless efforts are spearheading the way to a complete health system for both athletes and weekend warriors.

IssuesLifestyleSpecial Issue - Dr. Beau Daniels
Let's Look into the 'Food as Medicine' Trend
Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

We often think about our muscles' straining and our breathing when exercising. But what we don't usually consider is how our bodies' underlying mechanisms assist us. While we can't see it, our bodies support us by firing innumerable chemical reactions, including hormones. Even though they aren't as visible as muscles, one's ability to exercise can be significantly impacted when these hormones are affected. This is especially true for women, who often undergo hormone fluctuations as a part of their bodies' natural functions.

General Medical NewsIssuesSpecial Issue - Dr. Beau Daniels
Doctor-Patient Relationships and the Practice of Neurology: An Interview with Dr. Andrea Abousamra
The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine: Part 2, Extracellular Vesicles, Exosomes and Signaling

The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine: Part 2, Extracellular Vesicles, Exosomes and Signaling

In part two, I aim to bring transparency to the subject of exosomes, extracellular vesicles, nanoparticles and signaling modalities currently being utilized in regenerative medicine as an alternative to cellular therapy.

IssuesLifestyleSpecial Issue - Dr. Beau Daniels
Do I Have Good Genetics for Bodybuilding?
Do I Have Good Genetics for Bodybuilding?

Do I Have Good Genetics for Bodybuilding?

Many people believe that genetics play a prominent role in determining how successful someone can be in bodybuilding. While it is true that genetics can influence factors such as muscle size and bone density, many other variables come into play when it comes to building muscle. So, if you're wondering whether or not you have good genetics for bodybuilding, the answer is that it depends on a variety of factors.

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unprecedented times.

General Medical NewsIssue 148Issues
Doctor-Patient Relationships and the Practice of Neurology: An Interview with Dr. Andrea Abousamra
Doctor-Patient Relationships and the Practice of Neurology: An Interview with Dr. Andrea Abousamra

Doctor-Patient Relationships and the Practice of Neurology: An Interview with Dr. Andrea Abousamra

Dr. Abousamra is a neurologist at the Michigan Institute for Neurologic Disorders (MIND), where her work focuses on headaches, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and dementia. MIND is a premier provider of neurological care for diagnosing, treating and managing disorders of the brain, spine and nervous system.

General Medical NewsIssue 148Issues
Holistic Healing through Complementary Medicine: An Interview with Dr. John P. Salerno, DO
Holistic Healing through Complementary Medicine: An Interview with Dr. John P. Salerno, DO

Holistic Healing through Complementary Medicine: An Interview with Dr. John P. Salerno, DO

Dr. John P. Salerno, DO, is an innovator in the practice of complementary medicine. In his practice, the Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine in New York City, he provides his patients with holistic therapies and techniques that, along with their traditional medical treatments, speed their recovery. His medical approach treats the whole person—mind, body and spirit—not just a list of symptoms.

General Medical NewsIssue 147Issues
Worth 1,000 Words: The Art of Aesthetic Medicine with Dr. Barry DiBernardo, MD
Worth 1,000 Words: The Art of Aesthetic Medicine with Dr. Barry DiBernardo, MD

Worth 1,000 Words: The Art of Aesthetic Medicine with Dr. Barry DiBernardo, MD

"Everyone wanted to be retouched. Adults didn't want to look the way they looked. I became interested in how people wanted to be changed," Dr. DiBernardo explained. In about 1,000 words, we're going to create for you a picture of Dr. DiBernardo and how he unites science and art through his medical aesthetics practice.

Issue 145IssuesMental Health
Which Antidepressants Cause the Fewest Sexual Side Effects?
Which Antidepressants Cause the Fewest Sexual Side Effects?

Which Antidepressants Cause the Fewest Sexual Side Effects?

Antidepressants are typically an effective way for depression to ameliorate. However, while they can help someone return to a sense of normalcy, antidepressants can interfere with one's ability to perform intimately. But that doesn't mean you have to stop taking antidepressants or that there aren't options. Instead, there's still a good chance of balancing antidepressants with your sex life.

Issue 145IssuesMental Health
Why Men Are 3 Times More Likely to Commit Suicide Than Women
Why Men Are 3 Times More Likely to Commit Suicide Than Women

Why Men Are 3 Times More Likely to Commit Suicide Than Women

Suicide is a subject that puzzles many of us, motivates researchers and directs the development of many medical strategies and treatments. The motives behind such behavior are not usually visible, or they might even seem incomprehensible to those left behind. Suicide rates vary according to age and gender: women attempt suicide three times more than men, yet men end their lives three times more than women.

IssuesLifestyleSpecial Issue - Dr. Beau Daniels
Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC
Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC

Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC

Dr. Beau Daniels, DC, is one of those people. He wears multiple hats in the medical and sports arenas, integrating them all in a way that fills the holes he sees in the healthcare system for athletes. His tireless efforts are spearheading the way to a complete health system for both athletes and weekend warriors.

IssuesLifestyleSpecial Issue - Dr. Beau Daniels
Let's Look into the 'Food as Medicine' Trend
Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

We often think about our muscles' straining and our breathing when exercising. But what we don't usually consider is how our bodies' underlying mechanisms assist us. While we can't see it, our bodies support us by firing innumerable chemical reactions, including hormones. Even though they aren't as visible as muscles, one's ability to exercise can be significantly impacted when these hormones are affected. This is especially true for women, who often undergo hormone fluctuations as a part of their bodies' natural functions.

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