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The Link Newsletter - October Issue

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BATTLING OBESITY IN THE CLASSROOM WITH EXERCISE
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HOW THE BRAIN RECOGNIZES OBJECTS
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DEPRESSION CAN LEAD TO WORK DISABILITY
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WELCOME TO THE LINK: OCTOBER 2015!
Each month the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) provides information on hot topics, gives you the opportunity to Ask the Expert any questions you may have, and feature articles written by ACAM members.This newsletter was created with YOU in mind - please provide us with any feedback you may have. What do you want more information on? What questions do you have? What products would you like to see featured specials on? Send them to marketing@acam.org today and we will have an expert ACAM member answer!
Since the age of three, Constantine (Gus) Kotsanis knew he wanted to be a doctor. He loved the smell of ether at his uncle's surgical clinic in Athens. He was hooked on the mystique of medicine. Little did he know then that in November 2014 he would be kicking off his second thirty years of practice in Grapevine, TX.

He moved to the states as a teenager - eager to experience the American dream. His family settled in Chicago, where he attended Austin High School and went to Northern Illinois University. He then returned to Greece for medical school at the University of Athens. After finishing medical school he continued his specialty training in otolaryngology, head and neck surgery at Loyola University of Chicago which is when he met and married his wife and business partner Beverly.
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MAKING THE SWITCH
If anyone would have ever told me that I would become a vegan, I would have laughed until my sides ached. You see, I am just one of those people who need mainly protein to feel well. Back in my running and competing days when a banana and a bagel were the breakfast prescription before a race, I just couldn't go along with the recommendations. In my training runs I became aware that if I did not eat protein, meaning an egg or high protein shake, I would become uncomfortably shaky to the point that I felt weak. 
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NIH AWARDS FUNDS FOR PLANNING A SECOND CHELATION STUDY
Dr. Gervasio Lamas, chairman of medicine and Chief of the Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida was also the study chairman in the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT).

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $800,000 to Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida and the Duke Clinical Research Institute to initiate a planning year for the second Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT2). Chelation is a process by which a medication, such as edetate disodium, can "grab" toxic metals like lead or cadmium within the body - which are present in most individuals - and allow their removal in the urine. 
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NEW HOUSE BILL SELLS OUT OUR CHILDREN
Please put a stop to Big Food's latest attempt to muscle in on kids's school lunch trays. Action Alert! READ MORE
 
UPDATE ON REFORMING CALIFORNIA'S FLAWED PROP 65 CONSUMER LAW
There's been some progress-but it doesn't go nearly far enough. And a new proposal could actually make things worse. State-based Action Alert! READ MORE
 
WHOLE GRAINS ARE BETTER FOR YOU THAN PROCESSED GRAINS - RIGHT?
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