November 2011


By Dr. John Lombardozzi Each year like clockwork around the holidays we see patients suffering from health issues, including back pain, gastrointestinal problems, gallbladder attacks and depression. Many of these ailments are related to patterns of eating and lack of exercise. For many people, overeating and under-exercising are year-round problems that are amplified over the […]

I recently presented the critical role of Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) and Polybotanicals in integrative cancer breakthroughs. My lecture was offered at The Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) Conference, November 18th-20th, in Ontario, Canada. OAND is a professional association representing more than 60 percent of Ontario’s Naturopathic Doctors. The conference brings together hundreds of […]

Cellphone radiation is now in a class with lead, DDT, and engine exhaust in terms of its potential to cause cancer RODALE NEWS, EMMAUS, PA—On Tuesday the World Health Organization’s branch that studies and determines the carcinogenic effect of certain exposures classified cellphone radiation as Group 2B—possibly carcinogenic. The announcement came after 31 scientists from […]

Argentine scientific advancement to preserve food with nutrients This innovation developed by Dr. Argentine Jorge Yanovsky, sanitarian renowned physician and president of the Argentine Forum on Biotechnology, is the creation of low-cost technology that allows the drying of food, whether meat, fruits or vegetables. This is a method known as freeze drying, which expels water […]

Canada began circulating all-plastic $100 bills last week and they’re made out of polymer. The bill is made from a single piece of smooth polymer, and in certain places – like on the large “100,” the words “Bank of Canada” and the shoulders of Sir Robert Borden (former Canadian primer minster) the ink is raised, […]

PSA test The PSA test is a blood test that measures levels of prostate-specific antigen, a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland. It tends to show up on cancer cells, so higher levels of the antigen could be a sign of tumors. Men normally have low levels of PSA, but those levels may […]

According to the results of a large-scale Dutch population study, consumption of black tea (Camellia sinensis [L.] Kuntze, Theaceae) may decrease the risk of developing atherosclerosis, a hardening and narrowing of the coronary arteries that can contribute to heart attack, stroke, and other serious cardiovascular disease. The study showed that people who drank one to […]

Researchers at the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine have discovered that a modified form of resveratrol, a compound found in red wine, inhibits replication of even drug-resistant strains of the herpes virus. By attacking the virus at an earlier stage in its life cycle, the compound could offer more effective treatment than current methods. […]

I recently had the opportunity to offer an in-depth workshop on meditation and healing during the 8th International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology. The annual conference, held this year in Cleveland, Ohio, brings together hundreds of top clinicians, researchers, patients and advocates to learn about new findings from numerous scientific disciplines that have […]

I recently shared a new breakthrough on Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) and the role of Galectin-3 in health and disease in a poster presentation during the 8th International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology. The conference, held in Columbus, Ohio, brought together hundreds of top clinicians, researchers, patients and advocates to learn about new […]

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