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Monday, December 07, 2015  
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WELCOME TO THE LINK: DECEMBER 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 features 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!
Dr. Battle was born in Marshall, Texas. After living throughout the Southeast, he returned to Texas to enter and graduate from Rice University. In 1965, he received his M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Following a year of rotating internship with the United States Public Health Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia, he served a residency of two years at John Sealy Hospital in Galveston.
For sixteen years, Dr. Battle performed surgery and delivered babies as most family physicians do. In 1984, he learned of preventive medicine through chelation therapy and good nutritional alternatives versus the frequent side effects of synthetic pharmaceuticals. Since then, he has focused attention on treating the cause of disease as opposed to merely treating symptoms. LEARN MORE 
CUTTING OUT THE SUGAR
When I was growing up, there was no better lunch than a grilled cheese sandwich coupled with a bowl of Campbell's Tomato Soup. Today, that meal continues to provide much comfort for me. Although, now the cheese is processed from cashew nuts and the soup is homemade. For the moment, back to tomatoes, as there was such a bumper crop this summer. I am busy preparing various tomato dishes. My recipe this month is so simple, I am almost embarrassed to offer it, but it's too delicious and nutritious to neglect: my homemade tomato soup, minus the sugar. 
  

CAROL'S HOMEMADE TOMATO SOUP
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Bon Appetit! 
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IS IT WORSE TO EXERCISE IN AIR POLLUTION OR NOT TO EXERCISE AT ALL?
If you live in a polluted city and check air quality ratings as a daily ritual, you likely recognize the conundrum. READ MORE
 
SHORT ANSWERS TO HARD QUESTIONS ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
The issue can be overwhelming. The science is complicated. Predictions about the fate of the planet carry endless caveats and asterisks. READ MORE
 
EARTH'S FIRST ECOSYSTEMS WERE MORE COMPLEX THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT, STUDY FINDS
Computer simulations have allowed scientists to work out how a puzzling 555-million-year-old organism with no known modern relatives fed.  READ MORE
UNDERSTANING WHY GROUP SINGING HELPS DEMENTIA
Couples where one partner is suffering from dementia can benefit from taking part in group singing. That is the conclusion of research being presented today, Friday 4 December 2015, at the annual conference of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology in London. READ MORE
ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERY OF HOW TO STAY YOUNG FOR LONGER WORKS IN WORMS
Living longer usually means a longer dotage, but wouldn't it be enticing to extend young adulthood instead? It's such an appealing prospect that scientists who are announcing success with roundworms are keen to be clear they are a long way from achieving it in humans. READ MORE
FOOD COMPANIES TO ADD SCAN CODES WITH MORE PRODUCT DETAILS
About 30 food companies on Wednesday announced plans to add scannable codes to their packaging that consumers could use to get information about ingredients, allergens and nutrition.  READ MORE
ACAM welcomes your feedback and questions. We are always looking for "Ask the Expert" questions for our monthly newsletter, as well as Letters to the Editor. The Link will be sent out each month on the 5th, with deadlines of the 25th. Contact Elizabeth Pullman at marketing@acam.org for information on advertising, submitting Letters to the Editor or Ask the Expert pieces, 
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