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ACAM's Official Medical Professional Newsletter - The Voice - February 2015
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Physician Wanted 
Newport Beach, CA
Nurse Practitioner or Naturopathic Doctor Wanted
Amherst, NH
Functional Medicine Physician Wanted 
Westbury, NY
Full Time Provider (MD, DO, ND, ARNP, PA) Wanted 
Olympia, WA
Seeking Successor to take over practice
Ojai, CA
Integrative/Functional MD Wanted 
Los Angeles, CA
Functional Medicine MD/DO Wanted 
Riverwoods, IL
Integrative Practitioner Wanted
Irvine, CA
Integrative Practitioner Wanted
Colchester, VT
Full Time/Part Time Physician Wanted 
Middletown, NJ 
Train, Eventually Own, Busy Practice
Suburb of Houston, TX
Chelation IV Nurse Wanted
Glendora, CA
Integrative/Functional MD 
Los Angeles, CA
MD/DO Preferred DO with Manipulation Skills
North Platte, Nebraska

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Howard Hindin is the co-founder of the Hindin Center for Whole Health Dentistry. A graduate of New York University Dental School, Dr. Hindin is a pioneer in the field of integrating the medical and dental needs of patients. He was one of the first practitioners to eliminate the use of mercury filling from his practice.


Dr. Hindin is the first dentist to be elected to the Board of ACAM. LEARN MORE 


There is a changing paradigm in dentistry, not completely new, but one that fits the time. Forward thinking dentists are redirecting their focus from the repair of teeth to oral health conditions effecting the entire body. These issues include chronic infections, mercury and other heavy metal toxicities, periodontal disease, tmj and chronic pro-facial pain, and sleep disordered breathing. Increasing evidence links these conditions to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic pain, anxiety and depression, poor performance and learning, dementia, and even cancer. READ MORE 

Autism Genomes Add to Disorder's Mystery:
Los Angeles Times

Less than a third of siblings with autism shared the same DNA mutations in genes associated with the disorder, according to a new study that is the largest whole-genome sequencing for autism to dates.
Obama's EPA Breaks Pledge to Divorce Politics From Science on Toxic Chemicals - The Center for Public Integrity 
The Obama administration's plan has been a failure. In the past three years, the EPA has assessed fewer chemicals than ever. Last year, it completed only one assessment. Today, the agency has even embraced measures sought by the chemical industry.
Girls who drink more sugary drinks start their periods earlier, study suggests - Washington Post
Obesity, height, genetics: These are all factors that have been linked to girls starting their periods young. Now, Harvard University researchers say that frequent consumption of beverages with added sugar may be associated with earlier periods, too. READ MORE 
We Could End Up With 'As Much Plastic In Our Oceans As Fish.' - The Guardian

A failure to address the mountains of waste in the developing world will result in as much plastic in our oceans as fish, the head of Ocean Conservancy has warned. READ MORE

Doctors' groups press EPA for much stricter federal ozone limit- Dallas Morning News
The top doctors' organizations in Texas and Dallas County, along with other groups and individuals, pressed hard on Thursday for a much tougher federal limit on ozone, or smog. READ MORE 
ZERO U.S. Measles Deaths in 10 Years, But Over 100 Measles Vaccine Deaths Reported - Health impact News
With the measles and measles vaccine debate reaching a near frenzy on the Internet, it is always nice to throw some cold hard facts on the firestorm currently raging in the measles debate. READ MORE
What Do Health Experts See In Our Near Future?
- Los Angeles Times

A sharp-eyed 20/20 look at healthcare changes by 2020

We asked some experts what they see ahead for our health - perhaps in the next year and then in five years.  READ MORE  

New York Attorney General Targets Supplements at Major Retailers - New York Times
The New York State attorney general's office accused four major retailers of selling fraudulent and potentially dangerous herbal supplements and demanded that they remove the products from their shelves. READ MORE  
Organic Food Reduces Pesticide Exposure - Science Daily
While health-conscious individuals understand the benefits of eating fresh fruits and veggies, they may not be aware of the amount of pesticides they could be ingesting along with their vitamin C and fiber. A new study to be published in the Feb. 5 edition of Environmental Health Perspectives is among the first to predict a person's pesticide exposure based on information about their usual diet. READ MORE
E-cigarettes Come Under Fire From California Health Experts - San Francisco Chronicle
California health officials on Wednesday declared electronic cigarettes a public health threat, joining a growing number of medical experts around the country. READ MORE
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