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The Voice Newsletter - March 2015

Sunday, March 15, 2015   (0 Comments)
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Physician Wanted 
Newport Beach, CA
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Nurse Practitioner or Naturopathic Doctor Wanted
Amherst, NH
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Functional Medicine Physician Wanted 
Westbury, NY
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Full Time Provider (MD, DO, ND, ARNP, PA) Wanted 
Olympia, WA
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Seeking Successor to take over practice
Ojai, CA
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Integrative/Functional MD Wanted 
Los Angeles, CA
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Functional Medicine MD/DO Wanted 
Riverwoods, IL
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Integrative Practitioner Wanted
Irvine, CA
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Integrative Practitioner Wanted
Colchester, VT
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Full Time/Part Time Physician Wanted 
Middletown, NJ 
Train, Eventually Own, Busy Practice
Suburb of Houston, TX
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Chelation IV Nurse Wanted
Glendora, CA
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MD/DO Preferred DO with Manipulation Skills
North Platte, Nebraska
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Safety, life-saving efficacy of statins have been exaggerated, says scientist
Science Daily

Statins, the cholesterol-lowering drugs prescribed to prevent heart attacks, are not as effective nor as safe as we have been led to believe, researchers say. Statins produce a dramatic reduction in cholesterol levels, but have failed to substantially improve cardiovascular outcomes, they add, stating that 'statistical deception' has been used to inflate claims about their effectiveness.
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Protection without a vaccine New York Times

Last month, a team of scientists announced what could prove to be an enormous step forward in the fight against H.I.V. Scientists at Scripps Research Institute said they had developed an artificial antibody that, once in the blood, grabbed hold of the virus and inactivated it. The molecule can eliminate H.I.V. from infected monkeys and protect them from future infections. READ MORE 

Phthalates, found in hundreds of household products, may disrupt sex development of male fetus
Washington Post
New research regarding phthalates (pronounced THAL-ates), a known hormone disruptor found in hundreds of plasticized consumer products, adds to the growing scientific consensus of the public health danger they pose. READ MORE
US faces 90,000 doctor shortage by 2025
Washington Post
The United States faces a shortage of as many as 90,000 physicians by 2025, including a critical need for specialists to treat an aging population that will increasingly live with chronic disease, the association that represents medical schools and teaching hospitals reported Tuesday. READ MORE
Water Fluoridation Linked to Higher ADHD Rates 
Newsweek

New research shows there is a strong correlation between water fluoridation and the prevalence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, in the United States.

It's the first time that scientists have systematically studied the relationship between the behavioral disorder and fluoridation, the process wherein fluoride is added to water to prevent cavities. READ MORE 

Big Sugar's Deceitful Past: How Industry Spin Impaired the Government's Anti-Cavity Program  
Salon.com
Where did Big Oil, Big Pharma and other industries learn to manipulate public policy to best serve their bottom line? The engaging new documentary "Merchants of Doubt" argues that they're all following a battle plan borrowed from the tobacco industry. As for the tobacco industry, they learned it from Big Sugar. READ MORE 
Will Next-Generation Wearable Sensors Make Us Healthier?
iflscience.com

There is certainly no shortage of headlines on wearable sensors these days. "A contact lens measures your glucose level." "New electronic tattoos could help monitor health during normal daily activities." A "headband can read your brainwaves." Numerous wearable sensors are currently on the market that can monitor body data including activity and sleep, heart rate, galvanic skin response, and electrocardiogram (ECG). But are these wearables making any difference? Are they actually making us healthier? The answer is not clear yet. And the challenges are plenty. READ MORE 



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