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  • 2021 Newsletters
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    My Journey with Tai Chi by David Scott
    In Loving Memory of Dang Nguyen
    IV Vitamin C Tips from a Riordan Clinic Patient by Jenny Bradley, M.A.I.L., CNE
    Welcome, Laura!

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    Phospholipids to Protect Your Memory and Brain by Dustin Moffitt, ND
    Lifestyle Tips and Herbs for Brain Health by Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES

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    Cancer-Related Fatigue by Lucas Tims, ND, FABNO
    Tips to Help Reduce Radiation Toxicity From Cancer Scans by Lucas Tims, ND, FABNO
    Foods to Include in an Anti-Cancer Diet by Jenny Bradley, M.A.I.L., CNE

  • 2020 Newsletters
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    "A New Model of Aging" by Gael Wheeler, D.O.
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    "Living In A World On Fire" by Dustin Moffitt, N.D.
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    "Riordan Clinic and COVID -19" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    "Leah's Story: Part Three: The Follow Up" by Leah Chischilly, MSAc., LAc.
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  • 2019 Newsletters
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    "Curing Polio With Magnesium" by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD  
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    "Cancer Related Fatique" by Lucas Tims, ND, FABNO
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    "Is CBD Right for Me?" by Lucas Tims, ND, FABNO
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    "Can You Eliminate Anxiety Without Medication?" by Connie Porazka, MBSR with Lisa Sparks
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  • 2018 Newsletters
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    "The Importance of Detox: How to be Fully Awake and Heal" by Ourania Stephanopoulos - Chichura, M.D.
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    "Why Your Stomach Acid Is So Important" by Mike Bauerschmidt, M.D., CCTAnne Zauderer, DC
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    "Intermittent Fasting" by Dr. Anne Zauderer
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    "The Emotions of PMS" by Dr. Jennifer Mead
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    "Hypertension: A Natural Approch" by Dustin Moffitt, ND
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    "The Mouth-Body Connection" by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD
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    "Can Intravenous Vitamin C Stop a Deadly Infection?" by Nia Stephanopoulos - Chichura, MD
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  • 2016 Newsletters
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    "In Defense of Estrogen" by Phyllis J. Bronson, PhD
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    LEAD ARTICLE: "Depressed? Anxious? You Are Not Alone" by Anne Zauderer, DC
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    "High Dose IV Vitamin C" by Dr. Atsuo Yanagisawa
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    " The Sun Shines on Vitamin D" by Jack Challem, BA
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    • “Your Sunscreen Maybe Dangerous” by Annette Chlumsky, RN
    • “IMPORTANT: If You Take Vitamin D3, You Need K2” by Charles Hinshaw, MD
    • “Vitamin D3: Protect Your Genes with the Guardian Hormone” by Dave McCarthy, MD
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    "Are You Rusting Inside" by Nia Stephanolopolous -Chichura, MD
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    "The Ten Most Toxic Minerals" by Charles T. Hinshaw Jr, MD
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    "Journey To Healing: Finding A New Life with Lyme Disease" by Michele B. Riordan, Co-Learner and Patient
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    "Hoyt Lee's Journey" by Shawna Overby, Hoyt Lee's Mother
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    "Vitamin C and Cancer" by Jennifer Mead, MD and William Wassell, MD
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    "The Miracle of Magnesium" by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD
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  • 2015 Newsletters
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    "Sammy's Very Sick" by Verne Harnish
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    • “What is Real Health” by Dr. Ron Hunninghake
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    • “Gluten Triggers” by Krystal Shaw, RN
    • “Vitamin C and Immunity” by Charles T. Hinshaw Jr, MD
    • “Optimal Kids Program” by Dr. Anne Zauderer
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    • “The Influence of Taste” by Dr. Anne Zauderer
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    "The Super Probiotic" by Dr. Ron Hunninghake
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    • “All About Fermented Foods” by Dr. Ola Buhr
    • “Breast Thermography”
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    "Optimal Kids" by Dr. Anne Zauderer
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    • ” Yoga: An Ancient Exercise Powerhouse” by Laurie Roth-Donnell
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    "The Mouth-Body Connection" by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD
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    • “How Do I Know If I am Toxic?” by Mike Bauerschmidt, MD, CCT
    • ” Toxins, Heavy Metals and Chelation” by Annette Chlumsky, RN
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    • “GMO – A Good Thing or Too Risky” by Karen Wheeler, APRN
    • “What Healthy Is” by Kristen W. 1st Place Essay Winner
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    • “Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Brain Connection” by Dr. Anne Zauderer
    • “Methylating – Makes Your Body Chemistry Work” by Karen Wheeler, APRN
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    • “Diagnosis of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)” by Charles T. Hinshaw Jr., M.D.
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    "The Cure to Alzheimer's Disease" by Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer
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    • “There is No Single Test for Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease” by Charles T. Hinshaw Jr, M.D.
    • “Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Disease” by Nichole Kunkel, RN
    • “Healthful Hints: What to Do When Your Child Has a Fever” by Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer
    • “Could Statins Have a Beneficial Effect on Dementia?” by Ruth Scimeca, Ph.D.
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    "Beating the Sugar Blues" by Dr. Ron Hunninghake
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    • “Making Those New Year’s Resolutions Stick” by Karen Wheeler, APRN
    • “Enhance Love’s Natural Biochemistry” by Laurie Roth-Donnell
    • “Are You Addicted to Sugar?” by Charles T. Hinshaw Jr., M.D.
    • “Patient Profile: HCG Rx+”
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    "Food As Medicine" by Dr. Anne Zauderer
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  • 2014 Newsletters
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    • “Herbs to Support Optimal Adrenal Function” by Laurie Roth
    • “Natural Breast Health and Detection Tips” by Laurie Roth
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    • “Back to School Eating Tips for Children” by Dr. Anne Zauderer
    • “Natural Fiber Builds Vitality” by Laurie Roth-Donnell
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    "Sugar, Obesity and Pain" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    "The Straight Skinny on Fat" by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
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    "Why Your Stomach Acid Is Important" by Mike Bauerschmidt, MD, CCT
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  • 2013 Newsletters
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    "How Do I Know If I Am Toxic?" by Mike Bauerschmidt, MD, CCT
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    "Immunity and UV Light" by Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND
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    "Vaccines: The Short on Shots" by Anne Zauderer, DC
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    "Are Bio-Identical Hormones Safe?" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    • “Hormone Replacement Therapy: Patient Profile” by Nicole Kunkel, RN
    • “Ancient Herbs Used to Balance Hormones” by Laurie Roth-Donnell
    • “Know Your Nutrients: Water” by Amanda Hawkinson
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  • 2012 Newsletters
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    • “Longevity Herbs” by Laurie Roth-Donnell
    • “Healthy Aging” by Sarah Nosker, CMA
    • “Know Your Nutrients: Vitamin E and Aging” by Amanda Hawkinson
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    "Healing With Light" by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D. and Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    "Fuel Sources During Exercise" by Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND
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    "Go Organic!" by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
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    "Cultivating Healthy Relationships" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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  • 2011 Newsletters
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    "Breast Cancer: Environmental Estrogen" by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
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    • “Breast Cancer: Patient Profile” by Kameron Hodges, R.N.
    • “Vitamin D and Breast Cancer Risk” by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    • “Know Your Nutrients: Vitamin D” by Amanda Hawkinson
    • “HCG Rx+ Success…”
    • “Healthful Hints from Dr. K…” by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    • “Bladder Cancer: Patient Profile” by Julie Sullivan
    • “Healthful Hints from Dr. K…” by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention – The Success Continues”
    • “The Sugar in Fruit and Table Sugar Are Basically the Same?”
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    "Nutrition and the Athlete" by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
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    • “Patient Profile”
    • “Know Your Nutrients: Protein Powder” by Amanda Hawkinson
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention – The Success Continues!”
    • “Vitamin C and Physical Activity” by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    • “Healthful Hints from Dr. K…” by Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    • “Patient Profile”
    • “The Worldwide Impact of The Riordan Clinic Research Institute” by Joseph Casciari
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention – The Success Continues!”
    • “Know Your Nutrients: Vitamin C” by Penny Lasaster
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    • “Patient Profile” by Kameron Hodges, R.N.
    • “American Cancer Society Guidelines on Nutrition and Physical Activity for Cancer Prevention”
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention – The Success Continues!”
    • “Know Your Nutrients: Vitamin C” by Penny Lasaster
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    "Inflammation and You" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    • “Taking Action Against Arthritis”
    • “Patient Profile” by Carey West, R.N.
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention – The Success Continues!”
    • “Know Your Nutrients: *MSM” by Tiffany Hurley
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    • “Patient Profile” by Nichole Kunkel, R.N.
    • “Chelation and Metal Intoxication” by Dr. Nina Mikirova
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention – Another Success Story!”
    • “Summarizing Your Supplements – Beyond Chelation Improved (BCI)” by Penny Lasaster
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    "Welcome Dr. Kaumeyer" by Penny Lasater
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    • “About Naturopathic Medicine”
    • “The 6 Principles of Naturopathic Medicine”
    • “Healthy Eating on the Run”
    • “HCG Weight-Loss Intervention-Success!”
    • “Patient Profile” by Kameron Hodges, R.N.
    • “History of St. Patrick’s Day” by Amanda Hawkinson
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” Jack Challem
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    "Ubiquinol and Your Heart" by Dr. Ron Hunninghake
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    • “Summarizing Your Supplements – Essential Fatty Acids” by Penny Lasaster
    • “Nutrition and Heart Disease” by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    • “Patient Profile” by Carey West, R.N.
    • “A Brief History of Valentine’s Day” by Amanda Hawkinson
    • “The Nutrition Reporter” by Jack Challem
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    • “Know Your Vitamins/Minerals – Magnesium” by Penny Lasaster
    • “Nutritional Supplements and Vision” by Tiffany Hurley
  • 2010 Newsletters
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    "35th Anniversary: The Clinic Roots" by Renee Riordan Olmstead
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    • “Celebrating the Maverick: Hugh Riordan” by Amanda Hawkinson
    • “Celebrating the Visionary: Olive Garvey” by Amanda Hawkinson
    • “What’s In a Name: Pyramid in a Corn Field” by Penny Lasater
    • “Leading the Way to Amazing Discoveries” by Nina Mikirova and Andrea Rogers
    • “Expect the Unexpected” by Donna Kramme
    • “Supplementing Your Health” by Donna Kramme
    • “The Future” by Brian Riordan
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    • “Breast Cancer Success Story”
    • “Breast Cancer Prevention” by Andrea Rogers
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    " Hyperbaric Chamber Therapy" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    • “Hyberbaric Success Story: Memory Loss”
    • “Hyberbaric Success Story: Allergies “
    • “Taking a Dive” by Andrea Rogers
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    "Principles of Naturopathic Medicine" by Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
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    • “Naturopathic Success Story: Allergies & Sinuses”
    • “Naturopathic Success Story: Hypothyrodisim”
    • “The Healing Power of Nature” by Andrea Rogers
    • “Think Outside the Bottle”
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    "IV - Through the Vein" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    • “IV Nutrition Success Story: Anxiety & Hypertension”
    • “IV Nutrition Success Story: Arthritis”
    • “Diving into IV Nutrition” by Andrea Rogers
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    "Lifestyle Care" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
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    • “Case of the Month: IV Treatment”
    • “Thirty-Two Years of Chaos, Challenge, & Joy” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
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    "Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
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    • “Mental Medicine” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Liver Function #3” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
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    "If We Only Had a Brain" by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
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    • “Pain Killers May Kill Hearing Too” by AM J Med 2010
    • “Nutritional Medicine” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S, R.D
    • “What’s New for Your Garden” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Rapidly Avid for Spring” by Norvalee Kolar
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Liver Function #2” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Mental Medicine: Looking for Sunshine” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Salmon” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Physical Medicine: Head Forward Posture” by Chad Krier, N.D, D.C.
    • “Case of the Month”
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    • “Junk Food” and Hyperactivity” by Eur J Clin Nutr 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Lifestyle Medicine” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Improving National Health Through Improved Dental Care at Home” by Norvalee Kolar
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Liver Function #1” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Mental Medicine: What’s That Smell?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Bananas” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Physical Medicine: Myofacial Therapy/Facial Relief” by Chad Krier, N.D, D.C.
    • “Case of the Month”
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    " C0Q10: The Energy Nutrient" by Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
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    • “Meat, Processed Meat, and Prostate Cancer” by Am J Epidemiol 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Adaptability” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S, R.D.
    • “Pain Management: Finding Your Bliss or Your Nemesis” by Norvalee Kolar
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Glutathione” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Physical Medicine: Shortwave Diathermy” by Chad Krier, N.D, D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Spinach” Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Facing Fear” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
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    "Feed the Brain and Lift the Mood" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S, R.D.
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    • “Extra Protein Helps Weight Loss” by J Nutr 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine: True Health Care Reform” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Vitamin “L” = Love: The Importance of Pets In the Lives of the Elderly” by Norvalee Kolar
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Estimated Average Glucose” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Apples, and Peaches, and Pears…oh my!” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Physical Medicine: Sinus Drainage Therapy” by Chad Krier, N.D, D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Wheat” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Gadgets” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Is Health Really a Priority?” by Dean Dodson
  • 2009 Newsletters
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    • “Exercise During Pregnancy” by Obstet Gynecol 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Happiness…is an oasis outside my window” by Norvalee Kolar
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month – Tumor Markers Part 2” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Winter Gardening” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Detox Testing” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Tangerines” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: The Power of Teamwork” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is Glutathione?”
    • “Vitamin D, Colds and Maybe Flu” by Arch Intern Med 2009
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    " What Is "Health"?" by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
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    • “Sleeping and Blood Pressure”
    • “The First Annual Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Coping With Change – changing to cope” by Norvalee Kolar
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month – Tumor Markers Part 1” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Toxic Plants – Part 2” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Wet Sheet Pack – Part 2” Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Black Walnuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Making Memories” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is Nasosympatico Therapy?”
    • “Drinking During Pregnancy Continues” by  U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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    "Eat, Exercise, Excel" by Janine Kempker, Principal
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    • “Nutritional Medicine: Healthy Habits for Healthy Children (and Adults)” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Spreading and Epidemic of Health for Children Worldwide” by Dean Dodson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Pantothenic Acid” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Toxic Plants” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: The Wet Sheet Pack” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Veal” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What is Your Story?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is the VitaChek C Test?” by J Orthomol Med. 2005
    • “Diabetes Prevention in Older Adults” by Arch Intern Med 2009
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    "Introducing "The Work" by Mary Braud, M.D.
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    • “Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Body Weight” by Am J Clin Nutr 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine: First Line Therapy” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Health Care in Russia” by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Iron” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Fall Vegetable Gardening” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Oils” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Turnip Greens” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Reality Check” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is the Pediatric Brain Health and Behavior Protocol?” by Mary Braud, M.D.
    • “Preventing Diabetic Retinopathy” by Brit J Nutr 2009
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    "Getting the Fat Toxins Out" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
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    • “Meat Consumption and Mortality” by Arch Intern Med 2009
    • “Health Is……” by Paul R. Taylor, B.S., B.A.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Chromium – A Trace Mineral” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “GMO’s and Me: Should I Worry?” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Fiber, Detox and Diabetes” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Taro Tubers” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: An Ant Can’t Move a Rubber Tree Plant!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is the Myers’ Cocktail?”
    • “Infant Feeding and Later Obesity” by Am J Clin Nutr 2009
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    "Preventing Kidney Stones" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Should We Screen For Prostate Cancer?” by New Engl J Med 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Make Yourself a Priority” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “The Secrets of Chinese Longevity” by Xiaolong Meng, M.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Essential Fatty Acids” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Learning and Eating” by Sue Eddy
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Glycine – The Detox Nutrient” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Halibut” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Rhythms of Life” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is a Heidelberg?”
    • “Promising Treatments for Severe Food Allergies” by New York Times, 3/16/2009
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    "The Potbelly Syndrome" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “More on Supplements to Prevent Prostate Cancer” by J Am Med Assoc 2009
    • “The Benefits of Mind-Body Practice” by Mary Braud, M.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Zinc” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Heirloom Seeds” by Sue Eddy
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Chitosan” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Bean Sprouts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Difference Between Lighting and Lightning Bug” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is the Cytotoxic Food Sensitivity Test?”
    • “Hormone Therapy and Breast Cancer” by New Engl J Med 2009
    • “Unusual Fats Improve Dry Skin” by Brit J Nutr 2009
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    • “Supplements and Prostate Cancer” by J Am Med Assoc 2009
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Team at the Center”
    • “Foods with a Health Legacy in Your Cupboard” by Dean Dodson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Copper” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Understanding Organic Certification” by Sue Eddy
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Tea” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Duck” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Rhythms of Life” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?”
    • “Short Sleeping Time and Weight Gain” by Am J Clin Nutr 2009
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Naps Beat Caffeine for Learning and Memory” by Behavioural Brain Res 2008
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Continuum from Illness to Wellness” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Are Vaccinations Safe for My Pet?” by Cindy Feldkamp, D.V.M.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Anemia” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Roots to Success” by Sue Eddy
    • “Do It Yourself Detox: Infrared Saunas” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Brewed Coffee” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Peas Anyone?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is Auriculotherapy?”
    • “Dietary Fat Unrelated to Prostate Cancer?” by Am J Clin Nutr 2008
    Lead Article:

    "Fending Off the Common Cold" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.

    In This Issue:
    • “Macular Degeneration, Lutein and DHA” by Am J Clin Nutr 2008
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Understanding and Tolerance: We Are All Unique”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: People Do Not Live by ORAC alone (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity)” by Dean Dodson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: White Blood Count (WBC) & Differential” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Mustard” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Bee Pollen” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Racing Wheelchairs” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is Chelation?”
    • “Diet Reduces Heart Attack and Stroke Risk” by Arch Int Med 2008
  • 2008 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Bean Eaters are Lighter and Healthier” by J Am Coll Nutr 2008
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Begin the Holidays With Breakfast” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Health…What A Fascinating Subject” by Dean Dodson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Folate and Folic Acid” Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Getting the Fat (Toxins) Out” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Pumpkin and Squash Seed Kernels” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Time to Mend Fences” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “The RECNAC II Project” by Michael Gonzalez, Ph.D.
    • “New Concerns About Bisphenol” by A J Am Med Assoc 2008
    Lead Article:
    "The Coffee Controversy" by Glen Hyland, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Nuts, Popcorn and Diverticulitis” by J Am Med Assoc 2008 
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Step Up to the Plate” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Making the Switch to Holistic Pet Care” by Cindy Feldkamp, D.V.M.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Vitamin B6” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Progesterone Promoting Herbals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Radishes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Are You a Member of the Team?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “New Strategies for Restoring Your Health” by Dr. Joseph Casciari
    • “How Much Fish to Eat During Pregnancy” by Am J Clin Nutr 2008
    Lead Article:
    "The Secret of The Secret" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Do Sugar Substitutes Cause Weight Gain?” by J Am Med Assoc 2008
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Vitamin Safety” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Health or Disease..Do I Really Have a Choice?” by Dean Dodson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Vitamin B3 (Niacin)” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “The Center Wildlife Sanctuary – Part 2” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Menstrual Cramps” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Lobsters” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What Does The Wind Look Like” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Little Changes Make a Difference” by Doug Johnson
    • “Overweight? Activity is Like Weight Loss” by Arch Int Med 2008
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Calorie Restriction Reduces Fat Cell Size and Chronic Disease Risk”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Sunshine Vitamin: Are We Getting Enough?” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Headaches: A Common Complaint with Complicated Causes” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Fatty Acid Profile” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “The Center Wildlife Sanctuary – Part 1” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Gymnema Sylvestre” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Fig” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: A New Beginning” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Oxidized LDL Cholesterol & Metabolic Syndrome”
    • “Decrease Sodium, Increase Life Expectancy”
    Lead Article:
    "Improving Your Cholesterol Profile" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Multitasking While Driving May Overload Brain”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Japanese Embrace IV Vitamin C” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “A Potpourri of Ideas”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Intestinal Parasites” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Tips for Growing the World’s Best Corn” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Dr. Bastyr’s Formula” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Popcorn” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Memory Keeper” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Eggs Get a Bum Rap”
    • “Orthomolecular Medicine”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamin D in Southern Arizona Found Low”
    • “Weight Loss and Cardiovascular Disease” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Lycopene” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “A Simple, Inexpensive at Home Organic Garden” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Gallbladder Herbals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Asparagus” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Power of Words” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “A Daily Dose of Walnuts”
    • “Eggs Are Great”
    Lead Article:
    "Nutrients and Depression" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    In This Issue:
    • “LDL Cholesterol: Bad Guy or Bad Science?” by Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Good Humor Man” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Using Estrogen and Progestin or Bioidentical Hormones” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Gardening Time Again!” by Gary Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Cardiovascular Botanicals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Cabbage” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: School Days” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Choline and Betaine Combat Inflammation”
    • “Eat Lean Meat”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Exercise Slows Aging at Chromosomal Level”
    • “FDA Bans Hormone as “Unapproved Drug”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Thyroid Supporting Herbals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Olives” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Time for Change Again” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Cholesterol from Eggs Increases Plasma HDL Cholesterol in Overweight Men”
    • “Money In the Bank”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “High Plasma Vitamin C, Lower Stroke Risk”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: New Frontiers of Healing” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Osteoarthritis”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Stress Index” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Herbal Suppositories” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Raisins” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Living in the Moment” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Additives Make Children Hyper”
    • “You Don’t Have to be Super Trim, Just Fit”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Eat Fish, Protect Your Brain”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: A Great New Year” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “Cranberries and Cardiovascular Disease”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: Lipoproteins” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Herbal Medicine for Menopause” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Organic Solvents May Reduce Child Growth In Uterus”
    • “Food of the Month: Winter Squashes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Thoughts to Start A New Year” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Trash Trans-Fatty Acids”
    • “Omega-3 Fatty Acids Inhibit COX-2 Inflammation”
  • 2007 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Stop Prediabetes Now" by Jack Challem, Ron Hunninghake, M.D. & Richard Passwater, P.h.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Coffee Drinking Slows LDL Cholesterol Oxidizing” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Botanical Products for Urinary Incontinence” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Test of the Month: B.U.N” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Nasosympatico” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Macadamia Nuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Scream and Stomp” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “An Alternative to Mammograms” by Christine Horner, M.D.
    • “Chocolate for Your Teeth?” by Arman Sadeghpour, Ph.D.
    Lead Article:
    "The Amazing Amino Acids" by Dr. James A. Jackson
    In This Issue:
    • “Don’t Drink Alcohol During Pregnancy” by Pediatrics
    • “Cat Food” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    • “Green Tea and Heart Disease” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Garden Update” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Thyroid Function Tests – Part 2” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Phyto-Estrogen Herbals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Apples” by  Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What’s Your Favorite “Moment”?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Muscle Loss and Low Selenium in Older Adults” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “High Folate Intake – Lower Breast Cancer” The Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Hypoglycemia" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    In This Issue:
    • “Benefit for Folic Acid for Strokes” by Dr. Xiaobin Wang
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Bio-Logical Thinking” Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Is Acne Related to Diet?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Good News About Fruits and Vegetables”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “A New Idea in Lawn Watering” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Thyroid Function Tests – Part 1” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Soothing Throat Spray” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Beet Greens” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: How Clearly Do You See?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Whole Grains Help Prevent Artherosclerosis”
    • “Lower Blood Pressure with Cocoa” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "Aging Bones" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Aspirin Helps the Heart – Hinders Nutrient Absorption”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Healthy Aging”
    • “Does the Center See People with Lyme Disease?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Wild Berries” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Lycopene” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Earache Relief” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Jimaca” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: How Did We Ever Survive?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “A Plumber’s Pain Explains the Use of Hair Analysis”
    • “Fatty Acids and Breast Cancer Risk” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Genetic Basis For Coronary Problems Doesn’t Hold Up” by The Journal of American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Longevity”
    • “Book Review: “Enzymes: Go with Your Gut” by Karen DeFelice
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Getting Rid of Pests – Organically” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Throat Support” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Cornish Hens” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Flowers of Life” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “The Food Pyramid”
    • “Niacin Good for Cholesterol” Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    Lead Article:
    "The New Patient Experience" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Is Dark Chocolate Really Good for You?”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Five “Bodies” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Book Review: ” The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., and Thomas M. Campbell II
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “How About This Weather?” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Magnesium” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Withania Complex” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Cottage Cheese” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Kindness Makes a Difference” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Cocoa Powder Reduces LDL Cholesterol Oxidation and Increases HDL Cholesterol”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Is Low Vitamin D Causing A Reemergence of Rickets in Children?” by Journal of Nutrition
    • ” Nutritional Medicine: Top 20 Healthy Eating Tips” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
    • “20 of My Favorite “Health Hunters at Home” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “20 Gardening Tips” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Epstein-Barr Virus” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: 20 Commonly Used Herbs” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Mental Medicine: 20 Mental Medicine Tips” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Olive Oil and Heart Disease” by Paul Taylor, B.A., B.S.
    • “Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate Deemed Safe”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “High Protein Diets Won’t Increase Heart Disease”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Vitamin C, Glucose and Cancer” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Genavieve Meyer
    • “Please Eat the Daisies” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Homocysteine” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Skin Healthy Herbals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Portobello Mushrooms” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Is Spring Ever Coming?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “How Much Vitamin D Do You Need?”
    Lead Article:
    "A New Hypothesis of Cancer" by Xiaolong Meng, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Positive Mood Battles Colds”
    • “Adam’s Rib” by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Genavieve Meyer
    • “E. Coli Contamination of Produce – Part 2” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D
    • “Test of the Month: HS-CRP” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Diuretic Herbals” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Buckwheat” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Celebrate!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Trans Fats Now Banned – Somewhat”
    • “Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "Overdosed America" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “EPA Misses Deadline To Reduce Children’s Pesticide Exposure”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Orthomolecular Road to Better Health” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Saw Palmetto is Still Good” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “E. Coli Contamination of Produce” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: G-6-PD” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Herbs to Promote Circulation” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Collards” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Opening Doors” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Reduced Micronutrient Level in Older Women May Cause Greater Disability Risk”
    • “Vitamin D Deficiency May Predispose People to Infections”
    Lead Article:
    "Overdosed America" by Donald R. Davis
    In This Issue:
    • “EPA Misses Deadline to Reduce Children’s Pesticide Exposure”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Orthomolecular Road to Better Health” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Saw Palmetto is Still Good” by Richard Lewis
    • E. Coli Contamination of Produce” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Herbs to Promote Circulation” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Collards” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Opening Doors” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Reduced Micronutrient Level in Older Women May Cause Greater Disability Risk” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    • “Vitamin D Deficiency May Predispose People to Infections”
  • 2006 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Boost Your Mind with Methylation" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Is Fructose a Bad Guy?”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Rediscovering Ancient Dietary Wisdom”
    • “Do We Get Enough Vitamin D?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Diet and Waist Size”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Genavieve Meyer
    • “Great Dirt and How to Get It – Part 2” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “The Bio Center Laboratory (CLIA)”
    • “Herbal History: Break Out the Elderberry” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Wild Rice” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Rainy Day Thoughts” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Stimulating Muscle Growth in Young and Old”
    • “Vitamin K – Is Yours Enough?”
    Lead Article:
    "Self-Care, Managing Stress" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Burn More Fat After Eating a Low Glycemic Index Meal”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Lives of a Cell” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Some Studies on Exercise and Health” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Genavieve Meyer
    • “Great Dirt and How to Get It – Part 1” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Tests of the Month: Parasites” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Oregano” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Hazelnuts and Filbert” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Decisions, Decisions” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Risk of Heart Attack from Tobacco Use”
    • “Is Magnesium Needed for Muscles in Older Persons?”
    Lead Article:
    "Parasites - Nature's Hitchhikers: How To Avoid Giving Them a Lift" by Doug Johnson, M.T.
    In This Issue:
    • “Optimal Vitamin D for Multiple Chronic Diseases”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Host vs Germs” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Wow…Grapefruit is High Priced!” by Dean Dodson
    • “Cashews Help Blood Pressure-Regulating Reflex”
    • “Information Worth Knowing” by Genavieve Meyer
    • “Nigella Sativa Seeds, Also Called Black Cumin, Help Diabetics”
    • “Test of the Month: Urine Vitamin C” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Vitex Angus-Cactus (Chaste Berry)” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Atlantic Herring” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Powerful Future” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Low Vitamin C and Fruit Intake Tied to Asthma”
    • “Light Cigarettes Reduce Chances of Quitting”
    Lead Article:
    "Trans Fatty Acids and Hydrogenated Fats" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Low Fruit, Vitamin C Intake Increases Asthma Risk”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Hope is a Powerful “Nutrient” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Trans Fat in Popular Foods” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Insect Control in the Organic Garden” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: The Basic Urinalysis Test” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Curcuma Longa (Turmeric)” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Green Onions” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Fishing or Digging in the Dirt?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Lowering Junk Food Availability for Kids”
    • “Carotenoids May Lower Diabetes Risk”
    Lead Article:
    "Enhancing Vitality Through the Powers of Detoxification" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    In This Issue:
    • “History Supports Medical Mushroom Use”
    • “Medical Medicine: Toximolecular” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Will Grapefruit Really Help You Lose Weight?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Walking May Melt More Pounds Than Running”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “What to Plant?” Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Cytotoxic Food Sensitivity Test” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Oat (Avena Sativa)” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Nectarines” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Wahoo!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “It Might Be Mom’s Fault”
    • “Green Tea May Ward Off Diabetes”
    Lead Article:
    "Solved, The Riddle of Fibromyalgia" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Restricting Calories Helps Keep Heart Healthy”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Leadership” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Will Low Calorie Diet Help You Live Longer?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “High Dose Vitamin C is Safe”
    • “What is Holistic Medicine?”
    • “Sustained-Release L-Arginine Reduces Blood Pressure”
    • “Herbal History: Burdock (Arctium Lappa)” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Liver” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Ice Cream and Cake” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Walnuts Protect Against Cancer and Heart Disease”
    • “Dog Owners Walk More than Non-Owners”
    Lead Article:
    "Reduce the Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Whole Grains May Reduce Heart Risk in Elderly”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Little Things” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Aging and Antioxidants” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Test of the Month: Blood Histamine” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Marshmallow (Althea Officinalis)” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Kale” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Time to Do Nothing” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Americans Eat More Almonds”
    • “Watch Those French Fries”
    Lead Article:
    "Intravenous Vitamin C and Cancer" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Antioxidant Strengthened Tea Helps Weight Loss”
    • “The Power of Juicing” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “It’s Time to Plan that Garden!!” by Gary D. Branum, Ph.D.
    • “Test of the Month: Urine Pyrroles” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Aloe” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Mozzarella Cheese” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Life’s Journey” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Judging Nutritional Quality with Food Labels” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Air Pollution Helps Cholesterol Clog Arteries”
    Lead Article:
    "Yeast: The Hidden Infection" by James A Jackson, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Metabolic Syndrome, Inflammation Associated with Plasma Fatty Acids”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Cultivate Healthy Reserves” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Fad Diets: Truth and Consequences” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Test of the Month: Urine Indican” by Dr. James A. Jackson
    • “Herbal History: Horse Chestnut” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Leeks” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Is Fear Holding You Back?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is Your Thinking Style”
    • “Eat Whole Grains”
    Lead Article:
    "Kirlian Photography as a Diagnostic Aid" by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Women’s Brains Change with Monthly Cycle”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Let Food Be Thy Medicine” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Folic Acid and Heart Disease” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Lysine and Arginine May Reduce Anxiety and Stress”
    • “Herbal History: Peppermint” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Mediterranean Diet and the Greeks”
    • “Food of the Month: Clams” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Saturday Trips to Town” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Farmed vs Wild Salmon, Which is Best?”
    • “Bad News for Obese People”
  • 2005 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Thirty Years at The Center" by James A. Jackson, Ph.D. & Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Essential Fatty Acids Reduce Pneumonia Risk”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Care for the Whole Person” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “My Life at The Center” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Monitoring and Prevention in the Work Place”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Poke, Pokeweed, Poke Root” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Persimmons” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Walk the Gratitude Trail” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Coffee’s Got Antioxidants”
    • “One Solution for Obesity, Alcoholism, Etc.”
    Lead Article:
    "Food Sensitivities Could Be Hurting You" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “High Protein Diet and Exercise Increase Weight Loss , Lean Body Mass” by The Journal Of Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Night of 10,000 Lights” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Power of Protein – A Key to Obesity” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Does Chocolate Have Flavanols?”
    • “Data Suggests Skin Cancer Epidemic Looms”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Licorice” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Pistachio Nuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Railroad Crossing and Other Thoughts” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Are You Getting Enough Vitamin B12?” by Harvard Health Letter
    • “Vascular Disease and Vitamin B12”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Dietary Patterns Show Health Improvement” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Characterize Biochemical Individuality” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Importance of Drinking Water” by Richard Lewis
    • “51 Healthy Foods You Can Eat” by Jerry Goldberg, Ph.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History Hawthorne: The Heart Herb” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Cauliflower” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What Do You Do?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Say Yes to Whole Foods”
    • “Preventative Care for Older Adults” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamin C Boosts Breast Milk” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Identify the Causes” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Scientists Behaving Badly”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Preventing PMS with Vitamins” by Science News
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History Silybum Marianum: Milk Thistle” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Raspberries” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: The Cranky Crank” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Obesity Treatment: One Size Diet Tends to Fit All” by James O. Hill
    • “Low Dietary Zinc Impairs Cardio-Respiratory Function During Exercise” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “High Fructose Corn Sweetener Increases Weight”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Preceptor/Co-Learner Relationship” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Something You Should Read” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Siberian Gingseng” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Honeydew Melons” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Watch for the Ridiculous” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Dark Chocolate is Your Friend”
    • “Step Aerobics Makes Healthy Bones”
    Lead Article:
    "Healthy and Smart Vegetarian Eating" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Fast Food Habits Bring Weight Gain, Insulin Resistance” by The Lancet
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Food As Medicine” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Be a Protein-Wise Vegetarian” by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “For Older Adults – Get Your Omega 3 Fatty Acids Up” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Vitamin C and E are Safe at High Doses” by John N. Hathcock
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Urinary Herbs” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Perch” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Power of Words” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Are Our Children Really Healthy?” by Ruth Stein, M.D.
    • “Tomato Peel Added to Tomato Paste Enhances Nutrients” by The Journal Of Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Oh, My Aching Back" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    In This Issue:
    • “To Eat or Not to Eat Breakfast”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Riordan Approach” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “An New Exercise Program for Older Adults” by Richard Lewis
    • “Caffeine and Risk of Atrial Fibrillation or Flutter”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Diabetes and Hypertension: Should We Eat More Chocolate?” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Fungi” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Swiss Chard” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Volunteers “Give and Serve” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “The Western Diet: Health Implications for the 21st Century” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “A Big Waist Size Causes Heart Problems”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Overweight Child to Overweight Mom” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Riordan Approach” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “DHEA: Getting Rid of Abdominal Fat” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: The Tonic Herb” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Lamb” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: More Secrets of Happiness” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Polymeal, a Tasty Way to Reduce Cardiovascular Disease”
    • “Losing Weight Lowers Inflammation”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Will MSM Help Snoring?” by James Blum, Ph.D., and Ronald Blum, M.D.
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Hugh Riordan’s Spirit” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Runaway Weight Gain Train” by British Medical Journal
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Folate Lowers the Risk of Hypertension” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Common Musculoskeletal Herbs, Part 2” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Feta Cheese” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Remembering Dr. Hugh Riordan” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Food Color Palette for Your Body”
    • “Smog Clogs Arteries”
    Lead Article:
    "Facing Forward, Facing Backward" by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “DHEA Reduces Abdominal Fat, Increases Insulin” by The Journal of American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Red States, Blue States”
    • “Impact of Mercury on Human Health and Environment”
    • “A Suggestion for the Mexico Ministerial Summit” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Hand Washing, an Effective Tool Against Illness”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Common Musculoskeletal Herbs” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Black Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Carry Moonbeams Home in a Jar” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Stress Shortens Life” by Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn
    • “Eating Walnuts Cuts Heart Risk Circulation”
  • 2004 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "A Feast for Your Eyes" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Turmeric Kills Cancer Cells” by International Journal of Cancer
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Three Numbers You Need to Know” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Two Studies: The Mediterranean-Style Diet Lengthens Life Expectancy” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Eat Your Fruits, and Vegetables, Reduce Metabolic Syndrome” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Sosa, a Cure for Athlete’s Foot” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Food of the Month: Carob” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Do You Have a Cheering Section?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Supplements Can Save Billions in Health care Costs” by Dietary Supplement Education Alliance (DSEA)
    • “Retinal Disease May Be Cause by High Homocysteine” by American Journal of Ophthalmology
    Lead Article:
    "CoQ10: The Energy Nutrient" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    In This Issue:
    • “Lutein Slows Age Related Macular Degeneration”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Purpose” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Sugar Sweetened Beverages May Cause Diabetes and Weight Gain in Women”
    • “Lipoic Acid and Carnitine: Age-Essential Nutrients” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Alzheimer’s Disease and Omega 3-Fatty Acids” by Neuron
    • “Moderate Wine Drinkers Have Lower Hypertension-Related Death Rates”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Ripe, Red Tomatoes Mean Lycopene”
    • “Food of the Month: Pomegranates” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Roses in December”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Fitness, Obesity, Heart Disease and Diabetes” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Eat Whole Grain Foods Improve Insulin Sensitivity”
    Lead Article:
    "Obesity: The Epidemic of the 21st Century" by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Some Americans are Short on Vitamin C”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: A Healthy Self-Concept” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Strong Circulation – A Cure for Many Ills” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Green Tea, Good for Poisons, Arterial Plaque”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Ivy Extract, Beneficial in Pediatric Bronchial Asthma”
    • “Food of the Month: Pine Nuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: An Epidemic of Health” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Intravenous Vitamin C for Cancer, A Study”
    • “Body Measurements May Contribute to Breast Cancer” by International Journal of Cancer
    Lead Article:
    LEAD ARTICLE: "The Joy of Co-Learning" by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Refined Carbohydrates One Cause for Type 2 Diabetes Increase”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Cultivation” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Coffee, Tea and Cinnamon – Do They Work with Diabetes?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Zinc Shortens Duration of Pneumonia”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Kids Food Consumption During TV Watching”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Gingko Extract Increases Visual Field In Patients with Glaucoma”
    • “Food of the Month: Blackberries” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Fireflies and Ducks” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Too Much Soda May Raise Cancer Risk”
    • “Homocysteine is Found Involved with Hip Fractures” The New England Journal of Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "Principles in Practice" by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    In This Issue:
    • “Trans Fatty Acids Cause Inflammation in Women”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Tolle Causam” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Doctors Treat, Nature Heals” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Psyllium Improves Glycemic Control, Cholesterol in Type 2 Diabetics”
    • “Food of the Month: Venison” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Acceptance of Life” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Inflammation and Weight Loss”
    • “High-Fructose Corn Syrup and Obesity”
    Lead Article:
    "A Whole-Foods Perspective on Atkins Diet" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Herbal Preparation Reduces Colds in Children” by Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Foundation” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Food Advertising and Childhood Obesity” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Iron Supplements for Infants”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Garlic in Classic Jewish Literature”
    • “Food of the Month: Trout” by Chad A. Krier, N.D., D.C.
    • “Mental Medicine: Time to Get Started!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Vitamin D Deficiency and Muscle Pain”
    • “Fast Food is Fat Food”
    Lead Article:
    "Preventing and Reversing Type 2 Diabetes" by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Walking Helps the Brain as Well as the Body”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Age of Diabetes” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Inflammation in Fat” by Richard Lewis
    • “A Dose of Red Wine”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “High Magnesium May Protect Against Diabetes”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Onion in Classic Jewish Literature”
    • “Food of the Month: Navy Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Forever Friends” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Are Pastas Excluded from Atkins Diet?”
    • “Does Gender Make a Difference in Body Composition and Energy Expenditure?” The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Our Ancestral Diet" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Lycopene Reduces Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Women” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Health is Not for Health” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Vitamin Deficiency in Teens Through Elderly” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Fruits, Veggies and Low-Density Cholesterol”
    • “Whole Foods Reduces Rectal Cancer”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Echinacea Revisited”
    • “Food of the Month: Blue Cheese”
    • “Mental Medicine: Spring is Coming!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Antioxidants and Physical Performance”
    • “Anti-Alzheimer’s Disease Supplements” Archives of Neurology
    Lead Article:
    "Carbs Bad, Protein Good" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “Exercise Helps Women’s Hearts”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Integrative Medicine” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “For Young and Older Adults” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Cryptolepis”
    • “Food of the Month: Millet” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: How Do You Deal with Anger?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Study Confirms Farm Raised Salmon Contain Cancer-Causing Pollutants” by Science
    • “Sweetness Isn’t All Bad”
    Lead Article:
    "How To Survive During a Magnetic Storm" by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Depression and Omega-3 Fatty Acids”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Health Transcends Environment” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Some Quick Article Reviews”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Blood Sugar Correlates with Intensive Care Deaths”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Soy Isoflavones Linked to Anti-Cancer Activity”
    • “Food of the Month: Mustard Greens” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What Makes Character?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Lp(a) Lipoprotein”
    • “Theaflavin-Enriched Green Tea Extract Lowers Cholesterol”
  • 2003 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Bio-Communications Research Institute Project: Vitamin C and Immune System Functioning" by Nina Mikirova, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Type II Diabetes Now for Kids”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Kids and Nutrition Quiz” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Obesity- A Problem for Pets, Too” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Naps Improve Test Scores”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Milk Thistle”
    • “Food of the Month: Celery” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Life is a Miracle!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “High Protein Diet Improves Glucose Response”
    • “Now, A Tomato a Day…..”
    Lead Article:
    "Mood Swings and Depression: Let's Get to the Bottom of It" by Rebecca K. Kirby, M.D, M.S., R.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “C-Reactive Protein Strong Predictor of Heart Health in Women”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Top 10 Benefits of Tea” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Chewing the Fat” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Healthy Salt?” by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Rooibos”
    • “Food of the Month: Brazil Nuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Enjoying Slow Motion” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Does Nut Eating Cause Weight Gain”
    • “Unorganized” Sports Prevent Childhood Obesity” by International Journal of Obesity
    Lead Article:
    "Bringing Down High Blood Pressure" by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Depression Related to Low Fatty Acids”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Carb Revolution” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Smoking in the Movies” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “The Garden and the Gardener” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: German Chamomile”
    • “Food of the Month: Kiwi” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Choice and Consequences” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Costs and Solutions for Obesity”
    • “Walking Staves Off Heart Problems for Older Women” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "How to Start an Epidemic" by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Folic Acid Does Not Block Vitamin B12”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Quarantining Obesity” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “A 78-Year Old’s Recommendations for a Healthy Life” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Lily-of-the-Valley”
    • “Food of the Month: Sesame Seeds” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Soybeans for the Prostate”
    • “Mental Medicine: Determination” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “The Glycemic Index”
    • “Dietary Beta-carotenoids Reduce Risk of Coronary Artery Disease in Women”
    Lead Article:
    "You Don't Need Vitamins?" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “Tea Drinking Boosts Immune System”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Cellular Wealth” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Computers to Teach Proper Nutrition” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Obesity Associated with Cancer Death”
    • “Athletes Develop Larger Muscles with Whey”
    • “Herbal History: Golden Root”
    • “Food of the Month: Catfish” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Diet Affects Cardio-Vascular Risk Factor” by The Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Mental Medicine: Green Water Brings Joy” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Folic Acid Reduces Homocysteine in Older Adults”
    • “Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Saturated Fats” by Archives of Neurology
    Lead Article:
    "To Atkins or Not to Atkins" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Fatty Acids Slow Thought Decline” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: What are the Causes of Good Health?” by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    • “Want Better Bone Density? Try This.” by Richard Lewis
    • “Infants Can Tell the Difference Between Natural and Synthetic Vitamin E” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Estrogen, Bone Fractures in Post-Menopausal Women”
    • “Fiber Reduces Risk of Cardio-Vascular Disease in Elderly” The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Is Blood Lead Level Still Too High?”
    • “Herbal History: Will The Real Ginseng Stand Up”
    • “Food of the Month: Artichokes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Small Steps Lead to Big Changes” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Lead and Hypertension” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Battling Brain Shrinkage”
    Lead Article:
    "Do You Have Enough Antioxidant Nutrients to Prevent Degenerative Diseases?" by James A. Jackson, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Synthetic Antioxidants” by Chemical Research in Toxicology
    • “Nutritional Medicine: A Healthy Investment” by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    • “Coming Up: Know Yourself/Beat the Odds” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “There Really is a Good Reason for Gardening Organically” by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Lavender”
    • “Food of the Month: Swiss Cheese” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Miracle in the Snow” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “A Little Center History”
    • “Eating Fish Reduces Strokes in Men” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "The Statin Alternative" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Alcohol Consumption and Risk of Stroke” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Good Hippocratic Integrative Medicine” by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    • “Rethinking the Low Fat Diet” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Turmeric”
    • “Food of the Month: Buffalo/Bison” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Rose or Thorn?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What are Natural Hormones?”
    • “Exercise Reduces Abdominal Fat” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "Overcoming Depression" by Hugh D. Riordan, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Eating Fruits and Vegetables Lowers Blood Pressure” by Lancet
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Vitamin co” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Fiber Revisited” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Capsaicin in Peppers Makes Tumor Cells Commit Suicide”
    • “Food of the Month: Pinto Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Better Iron Status Reduces Cardiovascular Risk in Women of Reproductive Age” by The American Journal of Clinical Research
    • “Mental Medicine: Where is Your Focus?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Does Portion Size Affect Your Weight?” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Do Dairy Products Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer?”
    Lead Article:
    "My Journey (or How Did I End Up at The Center?)" by Tim Lawton, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “New Report: Exercise Type and Intensity Reduces Heart Risk for Men”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Co-Learning Spire” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Sugar Consumption Increases”
    • “How Much Exercise is Enough?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Body Fat and Trans Fatty Acids” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Herbal Medicine: Golden Root”
    • “Juvenile Obesity, Is It Too Many Calories, Fat, or Inactivity?” International Journal Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders
    • “Eating Nuts and Peanut Butter Lowers the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes”
    • “Food of the Month: Barley” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Fear and Courage” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “For the Heart, Cycling and Surgery Similar”
    • “Vitamin D and Crohn’s Disease” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • 2002 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Healthy Hair" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Putting Joy First in Your Life” by Health Magazine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: What to Eat?” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Support for Whole Foods” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: A Review of Tea Articles”
    • “Food of the Month: Cranberries” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What Did You Learn in Sixth Grade?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Does Diet Affect Syndrome X?”
    • “Increase Natural Folate Consumption, Reduce Artery Damage Homocysteine” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Osteoporosis" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamins C and E Reduce Lipid Peroxidation in Humans”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Foundation” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Menopause, Is There a Solution?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Carrots for Heart, Arthritis”
    • “Food of the Month: Soy Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Lowering Homocysteine After Coronary Angioplasty Reduces Further Problems” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Mental Medicine: Do You Know How to Flow?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Walking Away From Heart Disease” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “More Bananas, Fewer Strokes” by Neurology
    Lead Article:
    "Irritable Bowel Syndrome" by Jeanne Drisko, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “High Fiber Oat Cereal Good for Heart” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Convergence” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Ode to Whole Foods” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: OBGY Guidelines Suggests Herbs for Menopause” by Clinical Management Guidelines
    • “Fruits and Veggies Prevent Cardiac Problems” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Food of the Month: Turnips” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Antioxidants May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease” The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Mental Medicine: Influence: A Two Way Street” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Can You Believe This?”
    • “Watermelon Rich in Lycopene”
    Lead Article:
    "How It All Began" by Marilyn Landreth, M.A
    In This Issue:
    • “Breastfeeding Increase Intelligence” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Nutrient Literacy” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Living Proof: A Book Review” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Infant Immunization, Mercury Toxicity, Cause for Concern?” by Neurotoxicity
    • “Herbal History: Flowering Spurge”
    • “Broccoli Wipes Out Helicobacter Pylori”
    • “Food of the Month: Pineapple” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Zinc, Folate Boost Sperm Count Fertility and Sterility”
    • “Mental Medicine: Potential” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mediterranean Diet, Greek Diet, or Whole Foods Diet”
    • “Smoking Higher Tar Cigarettes Increases Heart Attack Risk” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "Unhealthy Inflammation" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “The Color of Food: Fruits and Vegetables”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Medical Necessity….1753” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Do We Have to Be Victims of the Eat More War?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Testosterone Benefits the Aging Brain” by The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    • “Short Takes”
    • “Herbal History: Prairie Willow”
    • “Is Your Memory Slipping with Age? It May Be Vitamin B12, Folate and Homocysteine” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Food of the Month: Apricots” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What Is Mental Medicine?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Does Vitamin C Cause Kidney Stones?”
    • “Folate Cuts Family Colon Cancer Risk”
    Lead Article:
    "Natural Fat Yes, Added Fat No" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Childhood Obesity and Diabetes Epidemic” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: “Good” vs. Intelligent” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Sugar Blues” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Green Tea and Health”
    • “Herbal History: Cranberry”
    • “Vegetarians Have Higher Homocysteine” by The Journal of Nutrition
    • “Food of the Month: Coconut” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Hugh Riordan, M.D. and The Center Receive Awards”
    • “Mental Medicine: Chicken Thieves” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Diabetes and Obesity Go Hand in Hand” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Got Indigestion, Eat a Red Pepper”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “High Homocysteine – Twice the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Power of Attention” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “A Dog is Man’s Best Friend” by Richard Lewis
    • “What Did the Cow Have for Lunch?”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Solutions for Cancer Related Fatigue”
    • “Herbal History: Bush Morning Glory”
    • “Lycopene, Tomato Paste Help Prevent Prostate Cancer” by Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    • “Food of the Month: Lentils” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    •  “Mental Medicine: Unguessed Prizes” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Calcium and Kids” by The Journal of Pediatrics
    • “Vitamins Help the Eyes”
    Lead Article:
    "Five A Day For Better Health" by Melvin D. Epp, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Alternative Treatment for Cataracts”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Minimum Standards” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “More Information on Nuts” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Alum Root”
    • “Hyperbaric Oxygen Helps Relieve Diabetic Ulcers”
    • “Food of the Month: Cheddar Cheese” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Short Notes”
    • “Mental Medicine: Detour….Life” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month “
    • “Unsaturated Fat May Cause Esophagus and Stomach Cancer”
    • “Eating Legumes May Reduce Risk of Heart Disease” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "Aging and the Loss of Energy" by James A Jackson, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Red Wine May Keep Arteries Open”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Anatomy of Energy” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Vitamin A Controversy” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Butterfly Milkweed”
    • “Keeping Memory Alert as You Grow Older”
    • “Food of the Month: Mango” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Keep on Shooting” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Multivitamin, Mineral Helps Bipolar Patients” by The Journal Of Clinical Psychiatry
    • “Epstein-Barr Virus and Risk of Multiple Sclerosis” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "The Latest on Hormone Research" by Jeanne Drisko, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Prayer Good for Babies as Well as Health”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Bio-identical” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Potpourri” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Rattlesnake Master”
    • “Mom’s Folic Acid During Pregnancy Protects Child from Lymphoblastic Leukemia” by The Lancet
    • “Food of the Month: Chocolate” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Unexpected” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Drugs, Niacin An Antioxidant for the Heart” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Too Much Caffeine Causes Bone Loss in Elderly Women” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • 2001 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Antioxidants" by James A. Jackson, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Tea Tree Oil: Science Learns What People Knew”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Cellular Bioterrorism” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Health and The Weather”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Folic Acid Supplements During Pregnancy Prove No Risk” by The Lancet
    • “Herbal History: Curly-Top Gumweed”
    • “Inadequate Nutrient Intake Common for Elderly” by The Journal of Nutrition
    • “A Little Coffee May Increase Heart Risk, Maybe”
    • “Food of the Month: Bacon” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Honoring Achievement” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Saw Palmetto Actions for Prostate Hormones Becoming Clearer” by Urology
    • “Antioxidants May Help Keep Carotid Arteries Clear for Elderly” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Dr. Hunninghake's Top Ten Herbs" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “Health Is More Than One Nutrient” by The Journal of Medicinal Food
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Reliability of Herbs” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Finally, Vitamin Therapy Lowers Homocysteine, Sort Of”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Herbal History: Puccoon”
    • “Food of the Month: Lima Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Uncertain Times” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Antioxidants Battle Alzheimer’s Disease Nutrition Reviews”
    • “The Continuing Epidemics of Obesity and Diabetes In The United States” by Journal of American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "Preventing Diabetic-Related Regenerative Diseases" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “Homocysteine May Cause More Than Heart Problems” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Sweet Paradox” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Lowly Soybean Becomes a Hero” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Low Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone May Cause Bone Fractures” by Annuls of Internal Medicine
    • “Herbal History: White Prairie Clover”
    • “Physical Activity Reduces the Chances of Death” by American Journal of Public Health
    • “Does Exercise Intensity and Frequency Lower Lipid Levels in Men With Coronary Heart Disease?” by The American Journal of Cardiology
    • “Food of the Month: Cantaloupe” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Are You a Success?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Folic Acid Fortification of U.S. Food Supply Cuts Neural Tube Defects”
    • “How Smoking Ages the Skin”
    Lead Article:
    "Gardening in the Year 2001" by Melvin Epp, PhD.
    In This Issue:
    • “Green Tea Increases Total Antioxidant Capacity” by European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Our Metaphorical Fig Tree” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Once Again – Eat Whole Foods” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Cocoa Butter Found Very Digestible” by European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Lower Heart Attack Risk Among Moderate Beer Drinkers” by British Medical Journal
    • “Treatments for Irritable Bowel Syndrome” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Herbal History: Scarlet Globe Mallow”
    • “Food of the Month: Summer Squash” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Are You Bored: Security Blanket or Challenges?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Are Trans Fatty Acids a Cause of Type 2 Diabetes?” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Vitamin E Inhibits Muscle Damage During Exercise” by International Journal of Sports Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "The Benefits of Chocolate" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Very Low Lead in Kids Has High IQ Cost”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Enjoy Your Food!” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Coenzyme Q10 Works!” by Richard Lewis
    • “Tomato Paste Protects Against UV Sunburn” by The Journal of Nutrition
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Low Thiamin May Contribute to Anorexia” by International Journal of Eating Disorders
    • “Vitamin E Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease”
    • “Nuts to Heart Disease” by “Nutrition Reviews”
    • “Herbal History: Texas Croton”
    • “Food of the Month: Avocados” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Perseverance” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Take Antioxidants, Spare the Gut” by “Science News”
    • “Vitamin E Lower in People with Depression” by Journal of Affective Disorders
    Lead Article:
    "How to Conceive a Healthy Baby" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Do Antioxidants Help Asthma Sufferers?”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Un-Tax Yourself” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Remember When Mom Wanted You Home for Dinner?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Coffee May Reduce Risk of Parkinson’s Disease” by Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Low Thyroid and Heart Disease” by New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Herbal History: Flowering Spurge”
    • “Food of the Month: Flax Seed” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Advantages of Growing Older?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Food Sensitivity Testing Becomes FDA Focus”
    • “Procyanidins in Chocolate and Apples” by Journal of Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "An Uncommon Fatigue" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Green Tea and the Risk of Gastric Cancer”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Five Levels of Fatigue” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “There is a Laboratory Here” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Food of the Month: Carrots” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: The Gift of Laughter” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Prostate Cancer and Whole Foods”
    • “Soft Drinks Add to Childhood Obesity” by “The Lancet”
    • “Vitamin E Slows Atherosclerosis in Diabetics” by Journal of Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "Organic Gardening" by Melvin Epp, PhD.
    In This Issue:
    • “Vegetables Not Created Equal in Fighting Cancer”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Health Garden” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Have You Ever Heard of EI?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Fleabane”
    • “Food of the Month: Beets” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What are We Planting in Our “Garden” of Life?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Red Wine Discouraged for Hearts, Maybe”
    • “Glucosamine Now Good for Osteoarthritis” by The Lancet
    • “Women Who Eat Fish Weekly May Cut Stroke Risk” by Journal of the American Medical Association
    Lead Article:
    "Eye Health: What I Learned from Dr. Riordan's Lunch and Lecture Presentation" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “A Healthy View of Aging”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Vision” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Now Beer Has Some Benefits” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Nuts Promote Better Health”
    • “Brain Use When Listening”
    • “Low Serum Folate Concentrations Associated with Increased CVD Death”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Pasque Flower”
    • “Food of the Month: Yeast” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: How Clear is Your “Vision?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Most Popular Diets Flawed” by “Journal of American Dietetic Association”
    • “Drugs Interfere with Folic Acid, Causing Birth Defects”
    • “Too Little Cholesterol Also a Risk”
    Lead Article:
    "Breast Health: Know Your Bio-Markers" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Tea Drinking May Help Your Heart”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Breast” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Fruits and Vegetables Reduce Cardiovascular Disease, and Other Thoughts” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Sleep Helps Medicine Nature Neuroscience”
    • “Warm Up To Winter Fitness”
    • “Protein from Snake Venom May Be Anticancer Agent”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Calamus”
    • “Food of the Month: Tofu” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Sink Roots Into the Present” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Change Your Diet and Lower National Debt” by Nelda Reed
    • “After a Heart Attack, a Mediterranean Diet Adds Years to Life”
    • “Low Serum Folate Concentrations Associated with Increased CVD Death”
  • 2000 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Prostate Health" by James A. Jackson, PhD.
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamin C May Lower Stroke Rates” by Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: What’s The Rush?” by Ron Hunninghake, MD
    • “Eating a Better Way” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Exercise Fights Depression” by Psychosomatic Medicine
    • “Older Exercisers Can Gain, Too” by Journal of Gerontology
    • “Vacations May Improve Your Health” by Psychosomatic Medicine
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Cottonwood”
    • “Food of the Month: Blueberries” by Donald R. Davis, PhD.
    • “Mental Medicine: Is it Failure, or is it Success?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Whole Grains Help Elderly Women” by Nelda Reed
    • “Glucosamine Sulfate Gains Scientific Attention”
    • “Vitamin C Helps Smokers, Too”
    Lead Article:
    "Heart Bio-Markers" by Ron Hunninghake, MD
    In This Issue:
    • “Heart Health and Others from Beat the Odds”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Heart of the Matter” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “No More Food Pyramid” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “St. John’s Wort as Good as Antidepressant for Mild Depression” by British Medical Journal
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Small Soapweed”
    • “Food of the Month: Oysters” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Loneliness” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Anti-Aging and Antioxidants: Do They Help?” by Nelda Reed
    • “Lipoprotein (a) Revisited” by “Circulation”
    • “Chocolate Eaters Live Longer” by British Medical Journal
    Lead Article:
    "Brain Health" by Hugh Riordan, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Hot, Strong, Black Tea May Lower Risk of Some Skin Cancers” by Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Nature’s Intentions” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Greening Up Your Exercise” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Ragweed”
    • “Food of the Month: Okra” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Appreciation” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Elderly “Learn to Adapt” by Nelda Reed
    • “Vitamin E May Reduce Cardiovascular Disease in Type II Diabetics” by Journal of American Heart Association
    • “Green Tea Boosts Blood’s Antioxidant Capacity” by European Medical Journal
    Lead Article:
    "Herbal Medicine 101" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Americans Don’t Drink Enough Water”
    • “Poor Diet May Damage DNA”
    • “What is Causing America’s Overweight Problem?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “23 Healthy Foods to Lengthen Life”
    • “Weight Lifting Protects Against Free Radicals”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Dogbane”
    • “Food of the Month: Sweet Corn” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Comfortable Inaction” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Exercise and the Elderly” by Nelda Reed
    • “Calcium, Coronary Heart Disease and Chelation” by Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “An Apple a Day Keeps Strokes Away” by European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Alternative Medicine, The Quiet Revolution" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “Healthy Eating Lengthens Life” by Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Non-Acute Care” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Alternative Medicine; It is About Control” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Women Handle Stress Differently Than Men”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Wild Rose”
    • “Food of the Month: Sweet Cherries” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Life Can Change Forever in a Heartbeat” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Fatigue and the Elderly” by Nelda Reed
    • “Learning How to Hug”
    • “Bedtime Snack May Reduce Diabetics’ Blood Sugar” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "The Vitamin C Controversy" by Hugh Riordan, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Eating Olive Oil Lowers Need for Hypertensive Drugs” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: An Old Friend on Trial” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Healthy Lifestyle Reduces Blood Clot Formation” by Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology
    • “It’s Tea Time Again” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Has Loud Noise Made Baby Boomers Hard of Hearing?”
    • “Rhubarb for Constipation”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Butterfly Milkweed”
    • “Food of the Month: Onions” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Are You a Well-Adjusted Person?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Supplements and the Elderly” by Nelda Reed
    • “Fish Oil and Vitamin B12 Reduce Menstrual Pain, Cramps” by Nutritional Research
    • “Low Cholesterol, Depression May Be Linked” by “Psychosomatic Medicine”
    Lead Article:
    "What is Acupuncture?" by Lorraine Jones, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “New Food Pyramid Suggested for the Elderly”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Enthusiasm” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Who is Dr. Lorraine Jones?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Obesity, The Elephant in the Living Room”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Eastern Red Cedar”
    • “Food of the Month: Broccoli” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: For Better Health – Listen Up!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Acupuncture and the Elderly” by Nelda Reed
    • “Hypothyroidism, an Old Problem Newly Discovered”
    • “High Sodium Diet Linked to Cataracts” by American Journal of Epidemiology
    Lead Article:
    "New Strategies for Treating Cancer: The RECNAC Project Announces its Achievements" by Joseph Casciari, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Healthy Diet May Keep Immune System Young in Aging Women” by Mechanisms of Ageing and Development
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Hope” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Alzheimer’s Disease and New Research in Biochemistry and Nutrition” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Bush Morning Glory”
    • “Food of the Month: Shrimp” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Does Your Attitude Need Adjusting?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Where Did I Leave My Keys?” by Nelda Reed
    • “The Fit or Fat Controversy”
    • “Broccoli, Spinach May Lower Colon Cancer Risk” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Qi Gong: A Ancient Tradition for a New Century" by Angela Addario
    In This Issue:
    • “Guava Fruit May Help Type II Diabetes”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Healing” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “There is a lot of it Going Around” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Zinc for Colds, Again” by American Journal of Infection Control
    • “Short Takes”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Beebalm”
    • “Food of the Month: Yogurt” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: How Do You Communicate with Yourself?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Low Blood Pressure and the Elderly” by Nelda Reed
    • “Are All Calcium Supplements Created Equal?”
    • “Vitamin C and K3 May Destroy Prostate Cancer Cells”
    Lead Article:
    "Happy 25th Anniversary to The Center"
    In This Issue:
    • “Accentuate the Positive, Eliminate the Negative” by Atherosclerosis
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Health is….” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “What Do You Remember?”
    • “Men and Women Are Different”
    • “Can Vitamin C Be a Treatment for High Blood Pressure?”
    • “A Fresh Look at Diet, ADHD, and Behavior” by Richard Lewis
    • “Twins Prove Lifestyle Affects Aging”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Is Corn a Vegetable or a Grain?”
    • “Green Tea Even More Beneficial”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Boneset”
    • “Food of the Month: Oatmeal” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What is Health?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Nutrition and Exercise “Pay Off” by Nelda Reed
    • “Alpha-Lipoic Acid: An Old Antioxidant Rediscovered” by Free Radical Biology and Medicine
    • “Keep in Touch-With Your Body”
  • 1999 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Brain Boosters" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “First Red Wine, Now Purple Grape Juice Fights Heart Disease”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Brain Health” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “It May Be Easy to Pick Up Your Pace” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Vitamin E Supplements Help Diabetic Complications”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Buffalo Gourd”
    • “Food of the Month: Black-Eyed Peas” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Do You Have Enough Energy?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Exercise Your Brain” by Nelda Reed
    • “Something Old, Something New for Prostate Problems” by Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Drink Tea – Keep Your Arteries Clear” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamin C, The New Antidote for Stress”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Diabetes Dialogue” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Benefits of a Sauna” by Dr. Nina Mikirova
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Nutritional Assessment Reduces Hospital Costs”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Cottonwood Tree”
    • “Food of the Month: Pecans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What is Failure?” Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “You Can Reduce Diabetes Risk” by Nelda Reed
    • “Eating More Whole-Grain Foods Lowers Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in Women”
    • “Low Serum Magnesium -High Risk of Death from Ischemic Heart Disease” by International Journal of Epidemiology
    Lead Article:
    "Cellular Nutrition" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Green Tea is Good for Arthritis” by Proceedings of the National Academy of Science
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Cellular Budget” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Walking Cuts Men’s Heart Attack Risk in Half” by Circulation
    • “Exercise and Aging” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Vitamins C and E May Combat Prostate Cancer”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Pucoon”
    • “Food of the Month: Wheat Germ” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What is Mental Medicine?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Will You Be Here?” by Nelda Reed
    • “Many U.S. Adults Low in Vitamin E” by American Journal of Epidemiology
    • “Low Vitamin E Linked to Memory Loss” by American Journal of Epidemiology
    Lead Article:
    "Is Laughter a Nutrient?" by Sister Anne Cecile Gaume
    In This Issue:
    • “Selenium Now Accepted In Fight Against Prostate Cancer”
    • “The Good Humor Man” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Read Any Good Cereal Boxes Lately?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “When The Grandchildren Come” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Canada Milkvetch”
    • “Food of the Month: Eggplant” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Humor and Faith” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “For Athletes, Too Little Fat May Weaken Immunity”
    • “Why Do We Have Such a Small Waiting Room?”
    • “Saw Palmetto Shrinks Prostate Tissue, Study Says”
    • “Vitamin C and E Recommended for Elderly”
    Lead Article:
    "Alternative Medicine 101" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Hand Washing Remains First Line of Defense Against Infection, Parasites” by Public Health Reports
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Some Interesting Statistics” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Potpourri” by Richard Lewis
    • “Mother Nature’s Candy”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “My Experience With Alternative Medicine” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: New England Aster”
    • “Food of the Month: Peaches” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: As Time Goes By” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Drinking More Cuts Risk of Bladder Cancer in Men” by New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Oat-Rich Diet Helps the Heart”
    • “It Is Education, Not Estrogen, That Protects Against Cognitive Decline” by Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    • “Fish Oil Supplements Reduce Bipolar Symptoms” by Archives of General Psychiatry
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Tomato Nutrient May Fight Cancer”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Fatigue Is A Signal” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Are All Carbohydrates Created Equal?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Regular, Moderate Exercise Cuts Heart Risk” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    • “Fountain of Youth” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Black Cohosh”
    • “Food of the Month: Mushrooms” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Igniting the Spark!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Vitamin E May Slow Arterial Plaque Formation” by Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology
    • “On Green Tea, Pizza and Beer Nature”
    • “Broccoli, Cabbage Lower Bladder Cancer Risk” by Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    • “Now, British Researchers Find Vitamin C Reduces DNA Damage”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Heavy Coffee Drinking Can Mimic Stress”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Labelitis” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Tomatoes Help Fight Cancer, Heart Disease” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Pets and the Elderly”
    • “Herbal History: Curly-Top Gumweed”
    • “Food of the Month: Asparagus” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Parenting” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Starchy Sugary Foods May Trigger Overeating Pediatrics”
    • “High Folate Intake Lowers Colon Cancer Risk”
    • “Low B12 Linked to Hearing Problems in Older Women” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "RECNAC Cancer Research Update" by Joseph Casciari, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “March of Dimes Promoting Folic Acid to Curb Birth Defects”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Word” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Y2K Problems: It is More Than Computers” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “I Don’t Give Cancer A Chance” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Yarrow”
    • “Food of the Month: Pork” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Graying of Baby Boomers” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Cancer Food Fight”
    • “Pyramid Eating Redesigned for Older Adults”
    • “Tobacco Compound Found in Fetal Fluids” by Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • “Nursing Moms Need Extra Folate Too” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Not Well? Could It Be Candida?" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Supplement Users Have a Healthier Lifestyle” by The Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Tea Drinkers Have Lower Heart Attack Risk” by American Journal of Epidemiology
    • “Wine, First for Hearts, Now for Strokes”
    • “NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Opens New Database You Can Access” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Sugar Cravings” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Yarrow”
    • “Food of the Month: Oranges” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Add More Joy” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “High Homocysteine Levels Dangerous for Elderly” by Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology
    • “Lettuce Helps Women Reduce Hip Fracture Risk” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nordic Doctors Promote Use of More Laughter With Patients”
    • “Vitamin B Complex Safe, Effective Treatment for Night-Time Leg Cramps in Elderly” by Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Many Americans Need More Zinc”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Higher Service” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “American Children’s Diet Poor in Fiber” by Journal of American Dietetic Association
    • “Did You Get a Helmet with that Holiday Bike and Skates?”
    • “The Times They Are A’ Changing” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Purpose: A Look Through Elderly Eyes”
    • “Herbal History: American Licorice”
    • “Food of the Month: Dates” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Just Picture It!” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Pine Tree Bark Extract Increases Exercise Endurance”
    • “Nuts Good For the Heart, Studies Show” by British Medical Journal
    • “Power Napping: Sleeping on the Job” by Psychology Today
    • “Fruits, Vegetables Natural Antioxidants” by Circulation
    • “Vitamin E Reverses Defective Nerve Conduction In Type 2 Diabetes” by Diabetes Care
  • 1998 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "You Can Cope with Anxiety" by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    In This Issue:
    • “Cranberry Compounds Really Do Fight Urinary Tract Infections” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Acceptance” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Breast Pain Linked to High Fat Diet” by American Journal 0f Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • “Exercise is Good For You – Awake and Asleep” by Richard Lewis
    • “Calcium Supplementation Helps PMS” by American Journal 0f Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Herbal History: Chokecherry and Wild Black Cherry”
    • “Food of the Month: Sweet Potatoes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Do You Need a Dog on Your Head?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Cow’s Milk May Cause Constipation in Children” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Garlic Prolongs Elasticity in Aorta”
    • “Iodine Deficiency, A Growing Problem”
    • “Antioxidant Rich Diet Helps Older Rats Think Better” by Journal of Neuroscience
    Lead Article:
    "Headache: The Center's Approach" by Hugh Riordan, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Magnesium: A Metal for Strong Bones”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Journal Through Pain” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Vitamin C May Lower Gallstone Risk in Women” by American Journal of Public Health
    • “Potpourri” by Richard Lewis
    • “Vitamin C and D, Also Iron Intake, Affect Lead Levels” by American Journal of Epidemiology
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What a “Headache” Poor Health Is!” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Chokecherry”
    • “Food of the Month: Peanuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: What Kind of Attitude Do You Have?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Selenium Linked to Lower Prostate Risk” by Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    • “Fatty Acids Added to Formula Increases Infant Intelligence”
    • “Fish Oil May Help Psychiatric Patients”
    • “Compound In Tea Reverses Penicillin and Methicillin Resistance”
    Lead Article:
    "Food for Thought For Kids" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “High Sugar Intake Ups Heart Disease Risk” by The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Child Care” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Walking Is Wonderful: Adding Strength Training is Optional” by Richard Lewis
    • “Magnesium Supplements Lower Blood Pressure” by Hypertension
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Why Exercise?” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Lespedeza”
    • “Food of the Month: Grapes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Peace That Passes Understanding” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Building Bone Reserves In Teen Years” by The Journal of Adolescent Health
    • “Selenium May Lower Prostate Cancer Risk” by Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    • “Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is” by Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    • “Smoker’s Listen Up” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Children Eat Too Little Fruits and Veggies” by Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Read The Wonderful World Within You”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Reasonable Possibilities” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Walkers Live Better, Longer” by Richard Lewis
    • “The Insidious Power of Tobacco Advertising” by Tobacco Control
    • “Americans Are Fearless” by Chicago Sun-Times
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Aging – What is It?” by The Journal of Anti-Aging Medicine
    • “Herbal History: Kava-Kava” by Daniel Rubin, N.D.
    • “Food of the Month: Green Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Mental Hardiness” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Alcohol-Free Red Wine Increases Antioxidant Defense” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Soybeans, The Heart’s Friend” by “Science News”
    • “As We Age” by Journal of Family Practice
    • “Tai Chi Lowers Blood Pressure”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Is Salt Still a Bad Guy?” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Attitude Controls Quality” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “The Skinny on Sugar” by Richard Lewis
    • “Gender Gap?”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “What is EDTA Chelation Therapy?” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Wild Onion”
    • “Food of the Month: Plums” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Words of Encouragement” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Olive Oil, Yes. Corn Oil, No.”
    • ” Homocysteine and Heart Disease” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Job-Pay Stress Increases Coronary Artery Disease” by Circulation
    • “Vitamins C and E Protect Against Sunburn” by Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
    Lead Article:
    "Premenstrual Syndrome" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Low Vitamin C Associated with Heart Attacks” by Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Over Concern/Under Concern” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Too Busy to Exercise, Try a Walk for Lunch”
    • “Eat Breakfast Like A……” by Richard Lewis
    • “New Depression Drug May Be Your Faith”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Aging, Health Risks, and Cumulative Disability” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Herbal History: Wild Rose”
    • “Food of the Month: Cabbage” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Time to Chuckle” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Fruits Help Teens’ Health, Now and Later” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Vitamin E Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk” by Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    • “Aging Better” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "The Cytotoxic Test…..and Me" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Vegetarians Short In Zinc” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Cytotoxic Prudence” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Food for Thought, Or Be Glad Your Kid is Not a Deer” by Richard Lewis
    • “Older Americans Need Vitamin D” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Longevity” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: White Sage”
    • “Food of the Month: Chickens” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Are You a Toxic Person?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Glutathione Drops, Sickness and Aging Increase” by The Lancet
    • “CDC Jumps on the Folic Acid Bandwagon” by Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
    • “Zinc Improves Immune System in Elderly” by Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    Lead Article:
    "RECNAC Cancer Research Update" by Joseph Casciari, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Green Tea, Cancer Preventative or….”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Inner Face of Cancer” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Walking” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Cancer – Why?” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Nettle”
    • “Food of the Month: Eggs” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Should Cancer Patients Exercise?”
    • “Mental Medicine: Olympic Dreams” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Vitamins Slow Atherosclerosis” by The Lancet
    • “Vitamins Help Stroke Survivors”
    • “Coffee Consumption, Smoking and Low Folate Lead to High Homocysteine” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Heart Disease and B Vitamins”
    • “Antioxidants Disappear in Smoke” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "The Center's Approach to Osteoarthritis" by Neil H. Riordan, R.P.A.-C
    In This Issue:
    • “Why Me?” by Arthritis Today
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Flexibility” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Eat Fish, Live Longer” by Richard Lewis
    • “Coffee Better for Colds Than Russian Vodka”
    • “Olive Oil May Help The Heart” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “My Journey From Arthritis” by Nelda Reed
    • “Herbal History: Green Tea”
    • “Food of the Month: Corn” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Dealing with Chronic Pain” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “More Research on Exercise”
    • “Potassium Helps Lower Blood Pressure” by Hypertension
    • “Green Tea, A Super Antioxidant”
    • “See Clearer with C”
    Lead Article:
    "Unraveling Fibromyalgia" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamin C, The New Ulcer Medicine?” by Cancer
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Sickness Syndrome” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “A Better Type of New Year’s Resolution” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Antioxidants May Help Memory” by James A Jackson, Ph.D.
    • “Herbal History: Echinacea Augustifolia”
    • “Food of the Month: Pears” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: The Imagery of Hope” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “The Latest Research on Exercise”
    • “It is the Type of Fat, Not the Quantity” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    • “Essential Fatty Acids May Play Role in ADHD”
  • 1997 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Imagination: A Tool for Change" by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    In This Issue:
    • “Trans Fatty Acid’s Effect on Health” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Healing Imagery” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “For Older People, What You Eat Affects How You Think” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Water, Weight Loss and Other Problems” by Richard Lewis
    • “Ginkgo Biloba Effectiveness Tested for Dementia” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Cataracts” by Nelda Reed
    • “Ukrainian Folk Medicine: Beets” by Sergey M. Nesterishin, M.S.D.
    • “Food of the Month: Ham” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Mental Medicine: Choices” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Which is Better, Hormone Replacement Therapy or Phytoestrogens?” The Lancet
    • “Peanuts Good for the Heart?”
    • “Vitamin D Often Low in Elderly” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Counteracting Cataracts" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Dietary Fiber Helps Fend Off Heart Attacks” by Circulation
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Vision” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Is There a Third Choice?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Cataracts and Aging” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Thank You” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Almonds” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Ukrainian Folk Medicine: Carrots” by Sergey M. Nesterishin, M.S.D.
    • “Kids Failing Daily Diet” by Pediatrics
    • “Gene Mutation, Birth Defects Stopped by Folate”
    • “Antioxidants Lower Coronary Artery Disease” by The New England Journal of Medicine
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Most Sore Throats Don’t Need Antibiotics” by British Medical Journal
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Cause-Oriented Medicine” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Crime and Nutrition on the World Wide Web”
    • “Learning at The Center” by Richard Lewis
    • “Zinc, Copper and Violence” by Physiology and Behavior
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Longevity” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Are You “Touched”?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Bell Peppers” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Too Few Americans Believe Health is Important”
    • “Ukrainian Folk Medicine: Garlic” by Sergey M. Nesterishin, M.S.D.
    • “Tea Again Touted for Reducing Cancer, Heart Disease” by Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    • “Dehydration, Delirium, and Disability in Elderly Patients” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Computer Neck”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Nutrients Help Asthmatics”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: E is for Everyone” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Don’t Get Any Respect” by Richard Lewis
    • “Magnesium Solves Leg Cramps”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Formula for Quality Life” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Are You Living in the Moment?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Tomatoes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Ukrainian Folk Medicine: Garlic” by Sergey M. Nesterishin, M.S.D.
    • “Diets Slow Reaction Time”
    • “It’s Official, Walking Is In Aerobics”
    • “Caffeine Won’t Hurt Your Bones”
    • “Don’t Kiss Your Dog”
    Lead Article:
    "Maintaining A Healthy Prostate" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Exercise for Heart, Cancer Patients”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Tower of Babel” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Graying of the Immune System” by Richard Lewis
    • “Stress Again Connected to Heart Problems” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Exercise = Bone Density” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Anger – A Signal for Change” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Cucumber” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Ukrainian Folk Medicine: Garlic” by Sergey M. Nesterishin, M.S.D.
    • “Antioxidants and Kids with Inflammatory Bowel Disease” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Vitamin E Boosts Immune System in the Elderly” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Milk In Your Tea, Flavonoids and Heart Disease”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Diet – Depression Link Found” by The Lancet
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Healthy Kids” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Lose the Label” by Richard Lewis
    • “Smell the Coffee, Help the Immune System”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “90% of the Population Over 65 Are Happy!” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Hope” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Tuna” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Ukrainian Folk Medicine: Onion” by Sergey M. Nesterishin, M.S.D.
    • “Antioxidant Vitamins Help Counter”
    • “Atherosclerosis Progression” by Cardiology World News
    • “Kids Need to Wash Their Hands” by Wichita Eagle
    • “Exercise Reduces Women’s Colon Cancer Risk” by The American Cancer Society
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Fat Location May Increase Heart Attack Risk for Women” by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Pioneers” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Do Prostate Cancer and Breast Cancer Have Something in Common?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Light Exercise Equals Improved Sleep for the Elderly” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine:  Who Is Your Role Model for Growing Older?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Lettuce” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat The Odds Update: You Need the Whole Team to Win the Game”
    • “Coffee’s O.K. Again” by UPI
    • “H-SCAN Tells How Old You Are-Biologically”
    • “Nothing Beats a Good Belly Laugh” by Cognition and Emotion
    • “Skimpy Eaters May Be Low In Nutrients” by International Journal of Vitamin and Nutritional Research
    Lead Article:
    "RECNAC Cancer Research Update" by Joseph Casciari, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Selenium Helps Prevent Cancer” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: “The Word” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Hey, Don’t Peel Those Grapes” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Holding Back the Ravages of Time” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Life-Affirming Energy” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Potatoes” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat The Odds Update: Green Tea Helps Prevent Heart Disease” by The Lancet
    • “White Pasta to Whole Wheat Pasta, An Easy Conversion” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Is There a Substitute for Your Daily Five Fruits and Vegetables?”
    • “Watchful Waiting for Prostate Cancer” by Jan-Eric Johansson, M.D.
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Parkinson’s Disease and Diet” by Neurology
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Nothing New Under the Sun” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “In-Line Skate Safety”
    • “Ten Years Behind Us, The World Ahead” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Nutritional Aging” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Can Negative Thoughts Ever Be Useful?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Brown Rice” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat The Odds Update: Vitamin E Deficiency in People with Angina”
    • “Home Workouts Found Excellent”
    • “Chronic Disease, Sustained Illness – the Numbers Rising Rapidly” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Smoking Linked to LDL Oxidation and Early Coronary Disease”
    • “OK to Eat Shrimp if Worried About Cholesterol” by Elizabeth De Oliveirae Silva
  • 1996 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "Can Imagery Help Heal?" by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    In This Issue:
    • “Talkative Parents Make Kids Smarter” by Science News
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Understanding” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “New No-Cal Fat Substitute on Its Way”
    • “Hope” by Richard Lewis
    • “An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away”
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Should I Eat Soy Products?”
    • “Do It Today!” by Nelda Reed
    • “Introspection – To Contemplate or Ruminate”
    • “Food of the Month: Turkey” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat The Odds Update: Which Vitamin E is Better, Synthetic or Natural?”
    • “Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health”
    • “Nature or Nurture; Partners In Crime” by Archives of General Psychiatry
    • “Grief Can Trigger Heart Attack”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Some Sports May Increase Osteoarthritis In Women” by Dr. Tim Spector
    • “Nutritional Medicine: An Inner Locus of Control” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “FDA Requested to Rescind Olestra”
    • “Ruumatiz” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “The Anticancer Cruciferous Twelve”
    • “Water – How Much is Enough?” by Nelda Reed
    • “Vitamin C Does Not Cause Kidney Stones” by Journal of Urology
    • “Food of the Month: Pumpkin” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat The Odds Update: Antioxidants Help Weekend Athletes’ Sore Muscles” by William Evans, Ph.D.
    • “Slowing Crime with Folate” by Theresa Scholl
    • “Are You Getting the Nutrients You Need” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Male Athletes Need Calcium Too” by Family Practice News
    Lead Article:
    "Aging, A New Look" by Richard Lewis
    In This Issue:
    • “Low Folate May Cause Mental Deterioration in Elderly” by The Journal of Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Optimal Digestive Function” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Salt versus Potassium, What to Do” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Practice Being Grateful” by Nelda Reed
    • “Vitamins E and C Reduce Coronary Heart Disease Mortality in Older Persons” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Food of the Month: Milk” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Vitamin C Slows Osteoarthritis Arthritis and Rheumatism”
    • “Beat The Odds Update: Antioxidants”
    • “How Homocysteine and Vitamins 86, 812, and Folate Affect the Way We Think as We Age” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Lead and High Blood Pressure” by Science News
    • “Who Will Eat Fake Fat Foods” by Advertising Age
    Lead Article:
    "The Marvels of Whole Foods" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Women Keep More Calcium by Eating Less Salt”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Whole Foods Foundation”
    • “A Story Worth Telling” by Richard Lewis
    • “Little Known, But Important Facts” by British Medical Journal
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Whole Foods Help” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Mental Stress Worse Than Physical Stress for the Heart” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Food of the Month: Watermelon” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat The Odds Update: Antioxidants, Trace Minerals in General and Selenium in Particular”
    • “Vitamin A May Help Diabetics” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Fish Oil and Crohn’s Disease” by New England Journal of Medicine
    • “An Easy Stress Breaker”
    • “Exercise Lowers Blood Pressure” by The Physician and Sportsmedicine
    Lead Article:
    "It's Health Fair Time Again!" by Nelda Reed
    In This Issue:
    • “Calcium Helps Lower Blood Pressure” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Healing System”
    • “Blending Exercise Into Family” by Daniel Fick, M.D., and Stephen Goff, Ph.D.
    • “Treadmills Reign Supreme” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Drink More Water This Summer”
    • “Arthritis and Diet: The Debate Draws Closer”
    • “Protein: How Much Do We Need?”
    • “Food of the Month: Salmon” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Vitamin E Builds Younger Arteries”
    • “Study Supports Eating Fruits and Veggies to Lower Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma”
    • “Flavonoids in the News Again”
    • “Eggs Make a Comeback as a Nutritious Food”
    • “Margarine Again Associated with Coronary’ Disease”
    Lead Article:
    "A Look at Chelation" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Flavonoids May Protect the Heart” by British Medical Journal
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Health Optimization” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Age Gracefully” by Nelda Reed
    • “All the News That Fits” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “A Win, Win Stress Breaker”
    • “Zinc and Wound Healing” by The Lancet
    • “Mental Medicine: Hope Helps Healing”
    • “Food of the Month: Strawberry” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Antioxidants Gain Support As Cancer Fighters” by Science News
    • “Brisk Walking Helps Clear Fat from the Blood” by Dr. Adrianne Hardman
    • “Aerobic Exercise Appears to Benefit Older CHF Patients”
    • “Heart Disease, Is it Nature or Nurture?”
    • “Topor at Three O’Clock” by The Lancet
    • “New Research Supports the Free Radical Theory of Aging” by Nature
    Lead Article:
    "The Riddle of Allergies" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Magnesium Helps Asthmatics Breathe Better” by The Lancet
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Functional Medicine” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Medicine, The Center’s Definition” by Richard Lewis
    • “Try Hummus Instead of Peanut Butter” by University of Berkeley Wellness Letter
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Women Coffee Drinkers Are Less Likely to Commit Suicide” by Archives of Internal Medicine
    • “Let It Go and Live Longer”
    • “Food of the Month: Spinach” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Vitamin E, the Heart’s Friend”
    • “Which Is Better, Milk Or Calcium Supplements?” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Fruits And Veggies Or Supplements – Which Are Best For Vitamin C?” by The Journal of Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Smoking and Public Health” by James A. Jackson, Ph.D.
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Is It Working?” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Partially Hydrogenated Fats: What They Are And Why You May Want To Avoid Them ” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Fake Fat, Real Problems” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Housework Good Exercise” by The Lancet
    • “Fruits and Vegetables, Along With Vitamins C And E, Prevent Cancer” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Why Does Exercise Help Keep Arteries Healthy?”
    • “Food of the Month: Bananas” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Synergistic Lifestyle” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Lead and Delinquent Behavior” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Good News for Smokers”
    • “Fiber Wins Against Heart Attacks”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Homocysteine Level Predicts Stroke Risk in Women”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: True Prevention” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Does Chelation Work for Heart Disease?” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Chelation and Aging” by Nelda Reed
    • “Mental Medicine: Can Perception Influence Health?” by Marilyn Landreth, M.A.
    • “Food of the Month: Beans” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Americans Need Better Dental Care” by Oral B Laboratories
    • “Vitamin C Helps Atherosclerotic Arteries Dilate” by Circulation
    • “A Brief History of Vitamin A” by Lets Live
    • “DHEA, A Conservative Look” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Coffee and Blood Pressure” by American Journal of Cardiology
    • “Chocolate: Good for the Heart” by Lancet
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “New Uses for Vitamin E” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Antioxidant Attitudes” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Preventative Gerontology” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Calcium Lowers Blood Pressure in Study” by Journal of Hypertension
    • “Mental Medicine: Antioxidants – Important for Mental Health” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Milk, Supplemental Calcium, Weight Bearing Exercise Slow Osteoporosis” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Food of the Month: English Walnuts” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Cancer Risk Lowered With Micronutrients” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Dutch Dumping Trans Fatty Acids” by The Lancet
    • “Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg?” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Uncooked Vegan Diet High In Antioxidants”
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Value of Alternatives” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Eat Fish, Prevent Heart Attacks” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Yes, Linus Pauling Was Right About Vitamin C and Common Colds!” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Eggs Ok For Some With High Cholesterol” by Science News
    • “Mental Medicine: Santa Quit Smoking After Christmas” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Pork, Like Chicken, Low in Fat”
    • “Food of the Month: Wheat” by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Why Do We Need Magnesium?” by Ivor E. Dreosti, Ph.D., D.Sc.
    • “Urgent Need to Increase Folic Acid Consumption” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Kids Watch TV Junk Food Ads” by Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
  • 1995 Newsletters
    Lead Article:
    "DHEA: What Doesn't It Do?" by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Re-discovery of B Vitamins” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Cholesterol – Seeing the Light” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Exercising to Eat; Is There a Better Way?”
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Nutrients Boost Elderly’s Immune System” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Homocysteine, a Recent Player in Coronary Artery Disease” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Vitamin E Helps Prevent Blood Clots Too” by Science News
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Vitamin E and C Help Stop Atherosclerosis”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Empiric Prescriptions” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “I’ve Never Met a Bean I Didn’t Like” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Vitamin E Prevents LDL Oxidation?” by Arteriosclerosis and Thrombosis
    • “Zinc Helps Build Bigger Infants for Some Pregnant Women” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Exercise, Chronic Disease, and Diet: What is the Relationship?” by The American Journal of Preventative Medicine
    • “Saw Palmetto Extract Helps with Prostate Problems” by Current Therapeutic Research
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Medical Ignorance”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Team” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Steps to Healing” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Do Vegetarians Need Iron Supplements?”
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Vitamins and Colon Cancer”
    • “Industry In Conflict”
    • “Ulcer Causing Bacteria Found in Water” by Science News
    Lead Article:
    "Violence and Biochemistry" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Should Physicians Prescribe Prayer?”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Nutrient Solution” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Water, The Perfect Nutrient” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Exercise Benefits the Heart”
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Smoking Depletes Vitamin C from Mom, Fetus” by Science News
    • “Good Fats” by Stroke
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Fat Phobia: Regaining a Healthy Perspective”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Paying for Results” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Cost Comparison” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Magnesium and Osteoporosis”
    • “The Center Blossoms” by Norvalee Grimalkin
    • “Bone Fractures and Soft Drinks” by Journal of Adolescent Health
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Fruits, Vegetables Protect Against Strokes” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Health is an Attitude!” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Juxtaposition” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Low Cholesterol Linked to Suicide, Other Causes of Death”
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Vitamin E Reduces Heart Disease in Elderly” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Hooray for Weeds” by Norvalee Grimalkin
    • “Fighting the Battle of Overweight” by Cardiology World News
    Lead Article:
    "Getting Over Gas, Bloat and Embarrassment"  Excerpts from a presentation by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Soy Beans Deserve More Respect”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Five “Bodies” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Big Black Spots are Good for You!” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Red Wine and Heart Disease: The French Paradox” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Asthma and Vitamin C” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Spring Peepers” by Norvalee Grimalkin
    • “Exercise, Antioxidants, and the One Horse Shay”
    • “Live Longer: Religious, Social Perks” by Psychosomatic Medicine
    Lead Article:
    "Pancreatic Cancer Research Expanded" by Hugh D. Riordan, M.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Cancer and Aging From Oxygen’s Dark Side”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Health Building” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Carotenoids Lower Risk for Macular Degeneration, Heart Disease” by The Journal of the American Medical Association
    • “Start the Day With a Good Breakfast” by Richard Lewis
    • “Esophageal Cancer and Green Tea” by Journal of National Cancer Institute
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Mental Medicine” by Jon Sward, Ph.D.
    • “Beat the Odds Update: Vitamin Takers Are They Quacks, Kooks, or on the Cutting Edge?” by James Jackson, Ph.D.
    • “Noon Time Serenade” by Norvalee Grimalkin
    • “Curry Helps Prevent Colon Cancer” by Norvalee Grimalkin
    Lead Article:
    In This Issue:
    • “Beta-Carotene Supplementation”
    • “Nutritional Medicine: The Spirit of Openness” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Walkers No Longer Second Class Exercisers” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “For the Health of It: Vitamin A” by The Lancet
    • “Ballet in the Sky” by Norvalee
    • “Kids and Calcium” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Lead Article:
    "Rethinking Cholesterol" by Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
    In This Issue:
    • “Caffeine and Bone Loss in Post-Menopausal Women” by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    • “Nutritional Medicine: Talking the Talk vs. Walking the Walk” by Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
    • “Hand Washing – History Revisisted” by Richard Lewis
    • “Information Worth Knowing”
    • “Case of the Month”
    • “Lorenzo’s Oil Shows Clinical Promise”
    • “Back to Nature” by Norvalee
    • “Lift Weights, Lose Weight” by Wayne Campbell