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Age Management Boston designs individualized health programs to reduce the effects of aging, prevent degenerative disease, and improve long-term quality of life. Based on a patient’s individual health needs and lifestyle goals, Dr. Katz and Dr. Nadelberg create programs that leverage the synergies between diet, exercise, and conventional and alternative medicines to promote greater energy and develop optimal fitness.

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Finally: An Explanation of Autism

  Finally: An Explanation of Autism   I have reprinted an opinion piece from The New York Times. It traces a significant part of the autism epidemic to inflammation of the immune system. The same system that fights infection attacks the developing brain of the child...

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Oatmeal – Nutritious and Delicious

Oatmeal for Winter 2016 - 2017 Annual Update   Dr. Nadelberg and I frequently speak of mixing and matching foods to make balanced dishes. Consuming hearty foods is superior to counting calories or trying to stay on restrictive diets. Hearty foods diminish hunger;...

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Light Pollution

Sometimes that Light at the End of the Tunnel is a Train The Effect of Light at Night on Health We just experienced the longest night of the year (Winter Solstice). We shorten the night with electric light. It is the largest uncontrolled experiment in human history....

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“Truth” About Supplements?

WGBH Frontline Slams Supplements   There are many ongoing controversies about the use of supplements and their effects on people's health. The supplement industry in the United States could best be described as a bazaar with various companies hawking their goods based...

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The Institute of Medicine on Vitamin D

Safe Supplementation of Vitamin D This study, which recommends people to consume three times more vitamin D than the Institute recommended in 1997, also concludes that consuming more vitamin D could be hazardous. The flaw in the report is its structure which flows...

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