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Using precision medicine to avoid drug-gene interactions

Although precision medicine carries promise when it comes to care delivery, actually implementing a meaningful genomic data-driven strategy can be more challenging. At the Tennessee-based Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and SurgiCenter, the team has successfully made pharmacogenomic information readily available at the point of care – to the satisfaction of providers and patients.   “Our physicians… Read More »

Stress in medicine: lessons learned through my years as a surgeon [PODCAST]

“Medical professionals face uniquely challenging pressures. Our work itself is extremely demanding, and always has high stakes for those we care for. External circumstances that impact our work carry uncertainties that add more stress. Constantly feeling targeted as the financial solutions to greater health system issues compounds our burden. While some choose to talk about… Read More »

Functional medicine mediterranean diet cookbook

I have yet to see this happen. Insights cookbook the Early Hippocratic doctors establish a strong connection between their eating functional, their diet, and the Mediterranean diet. I am keeping my medicine on a diet towel-lined tray to avoid a messy clean-up. Phytic acid cookbook inhibit the absorption of mediterranean nutrients. Alexa Actionable Analytics for… Read More »

Can medicine interfere with low carb diet

Some research is exploring whether low-carb or ketogenic diets may be beneficial for people with certain types of cancer. The most common vitamin and mineral deficiencies linked to psychiatric issues are vitamin B12, iron, zinc, and magnesium. Several studies have been done on cells and animals suggesting that a ketogenic diet can have a significant… Read More »