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The Voice Newsletter - June 2015

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Physician, PA or NP for Integrative Practice
Northampton, MA
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Laguna Hills, CA
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Largo, FL
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Temporary Position for IV Nurse
Jeffersonville, PA
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CRT 2000 Thermagraphic System
Laguna Hills, CA
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Seeking Nurse Practitioner
Decatur, IL
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Medical Director
Lafeyette, IN
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Integrative Practice for Sale 
Wilkesboro, NC
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Physician Wanted 
Carmel, IN 
MD wanted
Orofino, ID
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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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Functional Medicine MD/DO Wanted 
Riverwoods, IL
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Integrative Practitioner Wanted
Irvine, CA
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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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Integrative Practitioner Wanted
Colchester, VT
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A Harvard University and University of Michigan graduate, Dr. Jonathan V. Wright is a forerunner in research and application of natural treatments for healthy aging and illness.  Since 1976 he and his associates have accumulated over 60,000 research papers about diet, vitamins, minerals, botanicals, and other natural substances and energies from which he has developed many natural, non-drug treatments for health problems.  Since 1983, Dr. Wright has regularly taught seminars about these methods to thousands of physicians in the United States and overseas.  In Washington State, Tahoma Clinic was founded in 1973 where he continues to practice medicine while serving as Medical Director for Tahoma's three health clinics, a supplement store/dispensary, and Meridian Valley Laboratory.  LEARN MORE

2015 MEETING RAISES THE BAR FOR AFFORDABLE, WORLD-CLASS INTEGRATIVE EDUCATION 


Supplements and Cancer Risk
Do you recommend supplements to your patients? If so, the news that taking too many supplements actually increases the risk of cancer likely stopped you in your tracks and possibly even made you reconsider the health benefits of supplements vs. the risk factors for your patients and what this could mean for your practice long term. READ MORE
Iodine Insufficiency in America: The Neglected Pandemic
- Frank McGehee, MD, CCN
Iodine has been largely forgotten, and now ignored by the pharmaceuticals and physicians in America today. The reason that iodine has been neglected is that is inexpensive, can cure most diseases, or significantly improve symptoms of disease. In the 1940's, when antibiotics came into vogue as the treatment for most disease, iodine therapy vanished from popular medical vernacular. Some of the therapeutic actions of iodine are antibacterial, anticancer, antiviral, antimicrobial, parasitic, and elevation of body Ph to healthy alkaline levels. READ MORE 
Better Weight Management: Multi-pronged and Holistic Approaches Help Tackle the Complexities of Weight Loss
The percentage of U.S. adults who are obese continued to trend upward in 2015, reaching 27.7 percent. This is up more than two percentage points since 2008 and is the highest obesity rate Gallup and Healthways have measured in the seven years of tracking it. More Americans who were previously overweight have now moved into the obese category, while the percentage who are at normal weight has remained stable since 2013. READ MORE
Polluting Planes, Coke-Out Eels, and the Science of "Frass" (fake grass
- National Public Radio, June 13, 2015
As California's drought continues, some homeowners are ditching their thirsty grass lawns in favor of artificial turf. Turf companies say sales of fake grass-or "frass"-are booming. Some cities are even paying "cash for grass": offering homeowners rebates for every square foot of water-guzzling lawn they rip out. But is fake grass really "greener"? Ira sorts through the good and the bad with Ecoholic author and NOW magazine columnist Adria Vasil. READ MORE

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