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  • 6
    Jul
    2020

    People with high cholesterol should eliminate carbs


    Another study that dismisses the idea that low fat diets are the way to go for people with people with heart disease. We have recommended for years to follow a low carb diet that is…

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  • 6
    Jul
    2020

    Newer variant of COVID-19-causing virus dominates global infections

    Terms: In the News

    This is an investing article. It exemplifies the fact that being a novel virus we can not predict or state clear facts about this virus yet.  We are in the learning curve still. Dr. Michael…

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  • 14
    May
    2020

    Vitamin D linked to low Covid virus death rate

    Terms: In the News

    Vitamin D linked to low Covid virus death rate, study finds New COVID-19 research finds relationship in data from 20 European countries Date: May 7, 2020 Source: Anglia Ruskin University Summary: A new study has found…

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  • 14
    May
    2020

    For better migraine treatment, try adding some downward dogs


    In this study Yoga makes a significant difference in the reduction of migraines.  Worth a read. Dr. Mike   For better migraine treatment, try adding some downward dogs   May 6, 2020 Source: American Academy…

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  • 22
    Apr
    2020

    Diet may help preserve cognitive function


    There are many studies that associate better cognitive function with diets high in fruits and vegetables and low in sugars and grains.  Intermittent fasting in diets can also have a positive impact.   Dr. Mike Diet…

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  • 22
    Apr
    2020

    A gut-to-brain circuit drives sugar preference and may explain sugar cravings

    Terms: In the News

      People who struggle with avoiding sugar and often feel out of control with the urge might find this article interesting.  The solution might be the same but the uncovering of a gut-brain circuit for…

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  • 22
    Apr
    2020

    Gene variant staves off Alzheimer’s in some people

    Terms: In the News

    Interesting article on the genetic markers associated with Alzheimer’s.  This might be good news for those who tested positive for the APOE gene. If you have concerns about cognitive decline the Bredesen Protocol provides a…

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  • 28
    Mar
    2020

    WE ARE HERE FOR YOU !

    Terms: In the News

    WE ARE HERE FOR YOU ! Call the CCH today and book a followup appointment through our Telemedicine Option. We can provide in depth reviews of your health concerns, including discussion of your laboratory results…

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  • 28
    Mar
    2020

    Covid19 information – Viral Weaknesses

    Terms: In the News

    The following is from Irene Ken physician, whose daughter is an Asst. Prof in infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins University. * The virus is not a living organism, but a protein molecule (DNA) covered by…

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  • 18
    Mar
    2020

    Terms: Uncategorized

    WE ARE ASKING FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THE FOLLOWING TEMPORARY PROCEDURES:   IF YOU ARE EXPIERENCING :   FEVER, COUGH, FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS OR KNOWN CURRENT VIRUS EXPOSURE…….. DO   NOT ENTER. CALL US AT 860-347-8600   OR     CORONA…

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  • 17
    Mar
    2020

    Coronavirus Protocol

    Terms: In the News

    Corona virus protocol for CCH All Patients will be screened for their current health status. If they have fever, cough or shortness of breath or If patients have known exposure to someone with the above…

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  • 6
    Feb
    2020

    Coronavirus and an Immune Strategy

    Terms: Uncategorized

    Coronavirus and an Immune Strategy Dr. Michael Kane   The emergence of potentially deadly viral infections is nothing new. The real time tracking of the recent corona Virus has highlighted just how difficult a problem…

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  • 3
    Feb
    2020

    Diabetes and Your Internal Clock


    Working 3rd shift has been associated with an increase for a number of health conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Many 3rd shifters who try to switch to a regular sleep pattern on their days…

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  • 29
    Jan
    2020

    Menopause and Memory


    If you experience a change in cognitive function as you enter menopause you are not alone. Many women report symptoms of decreased mental clarity and cognitive function. This article pinpoints areas in the brain that…

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  • 29
    Jan
    2020

    Weight Loss Success


    Successful weight loss according this article can be assisted with the following habits; setting daily food intake goals, recording what was eaten each day, measuring foods, thinking about past successes, and remaining positive in the…

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