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The History of Health and Medicine in America

As editor and publisher of The Saturday Evening Post magazine, Dr. Cory SerVaas brought a passion for health and prevention to the publication. A journalist and physician, Dr. Cory interviewed some of the world’s leading scientists, physicians, and researchers, translating complex material into easy-to-read and understand articles. You can read some of Dr. Cory fascinating […] ... More
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Hormone Therapy Is Back

Remember when all menopausal women were taking hormones, and then suddenly none were? Today, a new consensus is emerging that for some, the benefits of the treatment may very well outweigh the risks. ... More
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Why We Need Germs

In the modern effort to eradicate disease, we pop antibiotics like candy, apply hand sanitizers with abandon, and gargle mouthwash by the gallon. But this carpet-bombing of germs takes a huge toll on good microbes as well as bad. ... More
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Poo Fighters

Transplanting beneficial microorganisms from a healthy intestinal tract into an ailing one can work miracles. ... More
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Eat for Health

Your cholesterol may be creeping up, but research shows that eating foods fortified with plant sterols can help. ... More
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In Defense of Microbiomes

In this video, Jonathan Eisen explains why good microbes may actually be our first line of defense against infection, disease, and lasting medical conditions. ... More
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Placebo Power

As scientists find more medical conditions that respond to placebos just as well as to drugs and even surgery, they are gaining a healthy respect for the mind’s amazing ability to heal. ... More
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