by Alexander Schauss, PhD, FACN
In 2017 the US Food and Drug Administration issued a report that laboratory results from patients on high doses of biotin could be misleading due to biotin’s interaction with the assay process. A recent study set out to determine the effects of varied doses of biotin on several of the most vulnerable tests.
by Kirsten West, ND, LAc, FABNO
Capecitabine-induced hand-foot syndrome (HFS) is a potentially treatment-limiting complication of chemotherapy. Could topical milk thistle (silymarin) mitigate capecitabine’s toxicity?
by Mona Morstein, ND
Impressive results from a survey conducted via a social media site for people with type 1 diabetes who follow a very low carbohydrate diet (VLCD). Can a VLCD achieve better glycemic control than conventional care?
by Natural Medicine Journal
Helminthic therapy is an experimental therapy used to treat autoimmune conditions and other immune system illnesses. In this interview, Sidney Baker, MD, explains what this therapy is and describes pros and cons, clinical applications and how he has used this therapy in his practice.
by Eric Marsden, ND
A new publication by two naturopathic oncology experts provides quality, comprehensive information on integrative cancer therapies. Directed to patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals, it reveals the possibilities and potential benefits of incorporating holistic therapies into cancer care plans.