OxMed home page article - Sept 2017

Understanding Disease Through Gut Microbiome – Oxford Medicine Article by Dr. Aly Cohen

The gut microbiome, composed of various fungi, viruses, and bacteria, is a vital part of the human host. Taking centre stage, with regard to understanding disease and what causes chronic medical conditions and symptoms, the gut microbiome can play a significant role in the intestinal immune system and inflammation. Research is being carried out to […]

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Education in Environmental Health a Needed Tool In Ongoing Efforts to Grow Healthy Children in U.S.

To the Editor: Every day, the United States alone uses or imports about 42 million pounds of synthetic chemicals. There are more than 84,000 compounds approved for commercial use in the U.S., most of which have never been tested for toxicity. A 2011 Policy Statement issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics acknowledges that the […]

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How To Make Our Drinking Water Safer

In this video, Dr. Aly Cohen discusses how to make our drinking water safer. Since so many water contaminants are not removed from water treatment cleaning processes, Dr. Cohen recommends that we always filter our water at the point of use, which is our faucet, as well discussing several other clean water techniques. Every night […]

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Dr. Aly Cohen Presents Environmental Health Lecture Series

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Dr. Aly Cohen, a local internist specializing in comprehensive rheumatology, integrative medicine, and environmental health, will present two more lectures in her Environmental Health Lecture Series at Princeton High School through June 7, 2017. — From an Article in Town Topics written by Donald Gilpin — Princeton High School will be hosting the last […]

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Go Green at Work

From WebMD.com LIVING by Colleen Oakley ~  Want to be a better employee? Tweak your office space to become more productive and healthier—at work and at home. Unplug your electronics when not in use. “Studies have found that electromagnetic activity affects your circadian rhythms, or sleep patterns,” says Aly Cohen, MD, founder of TheSmartHuman.com and co-editor […]

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