KARA FITZGERALD, ND completed a post-doctorate in nutritional biochemistry/laboratory science with Richard Lord, Ph.D. Author: Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine, contributing author: Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine; IFM’s Textbook for Functional Medicine. She lectures globally on functional medicine; is on faculty at IFM and practices in Connecticut.

Functional Medicine Pediatrician Dr. Elisa Song on PANS/PANDAS DX and Treatment

Episode 67: Functional Medicine Pediatrician Dr. Elisa Song on PANS/PANDAS DX and Treatment

In this podcast of New Frontiers, I’m talking with Dr. Elisa Song, a functional medicine pediatrician and superb teacher. If you are practicing FxMed, you’re probably seeing more and more kids if your scope allows (even if you didn’t before). Kids need FxMed, yet there are arguably LESS pediatricians transitioning into FxMed than other disciplines.

New Hope for Fibromyalgia Patients with Erik Lundquist, MD

Episode 66: Sponsored | New Hope for Fibromyalgia Patients with Erik Lundquist, MD

Fibromyalgia is a tricky disorder to treat. Patients struggle with chronic pain and fatigue, and practitioners often struggle to find effective interventions. Dr. Erik Lundquist is pioneering research into novel treatments for fibromyalgia. In a new study, he investigates the use of specialized pro-resolving lipid mediators (SPMs) for fibromyalgia patients.

Episode 65: Bacteriophages in the Age of Antibiotic Resistance: A Conversation with Yale’s Dr. Paul Turner and Dr. Benjamin Chan

Episode 65: Bacteriophages in the Age of Antibiotic Resistance: A Conversation with Yale’s Dr. Paul Turner and Dr. Benjamin Chan

Listen to my conversation on New Frontiers with phage scientists Paul Turner and Benjamin Chan of The Paul Turner Laboratory at Yale University, get the background on all things Bacteriophages research, and hear a handful of inspiring case reports from “pond to bench to bedside” as Drs. Turner and Chan like to say.

Clinician Position for SHC

Research and News June 2019

Sulforaphane increases human brain glutathione
Which trees remove the most air pollutant particles?
‘Inactive’ ingredients in medications can have clinical consequences
Introducing microbes from children with autism into germ-free mice induces autistic symptoms
The Case for Prescribing a ‘Dose’ of Nature
Modest Doses of Folic Acid and B12 Increase Colorectal Cancer Risk
A New Type of Immune Cell? B, T and…DE Cells
Diet Can Put Crohn’s Disease into Medication-Free Remission

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Research and News May 2019

Alpha-Gal Red Meat Allergy from Tick Bites More Likely Than Previously Thought
Cytomegalovirus Activates Airway Immune Cells to React to Environmental Allergens
Harvard Scientists Highlight Metabolic Disruption from Propionate, a Food Additive
Teasing Out Mechanisms by Which Skin Barrier Breakdown Contributes to Food Allergy
More Evidence for Time-Restricted Eating
Food-Sourced Nutrients are Better than Supplements