In striving to provide you the latest information on Nutritional / Complementary Medicine we have been reporting on Dr. Sobo’s attendance at medical / scientific conferences. In this edition of our newsletter we present a book review.
Thomas Levy, M.D. is a nutritionally-oriented Board Certified Cardiologist who has written Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases and Toxins. Dr. Levy supports what he is writing throughout the book, referring to the documented research on this subject, in total referencing over 1,200 studies and articles about Vitamin C’s benefits in a variety of conditions. He particularly focuses on the benefits seen when Vitamin C is administered intravenously. This wonderful book provides an excellent reference for anyone who is considering the treatment and questions whether there has been enough research regarding the benefits.
Dr. Sobo has just attended the Broda Barnes Research Foundation’s Three day Annual Endocrinology Conference.
Ideas in the evaluation and treatment of hormonal disorders which were discussed are reviewed in this edition of our newsletter.
Three Common Problems Everyone Should Know About
- Andropause – The Male Menopause
- Underactive Thyroid- A Hidden Illness Not Uncovered By Commonly Done Blood Tests
- Hypoadrenalism: Underactive Adrenal Gland Function In Men And Women
As a member of ACAM (The American College for Advancement in Medicine) Dr. Sobo has just attended their 3 day conference: NEW ADVANCES IN COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE
In this issue of our newsletter, (and to continue in future issues) we bring to you the latest research and clinical results achieved by researchers and cutting edge physicians around the country.
- AMINO ACIDS AND THE NATURAL TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION, MIGRAINES, WEIGHT LOSS, PAIN RELIEF AND OTHER PROBLEMS
- HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, THE NATURAL APPROACH
- NUTRIENT DEPLETION CAUSED BY TAKING MEDICATIONS
On April 18, 2002 the front page of the New York Times ran a story about the increasing evidence that synthetic hormone replacement therapy as it is widely practiced in this country has real risks, while the benefits are being increasingly thrown into question. Later this summer a large-scale national study was stopped when preliminary evidence of an increased risk of breast cancer was found. We have long advocated the use of natural hormones for women who choose hormone replacement therapy.