Tobacco smoking impacts multiple generations

By |2018-12-28T11:31:38-07:00December 31st, 2018|Pediatric Clinic, Cardiac Clinic, News, Preventive Health Care|

Over the years there has been multiple researchers looking for connections between the impact of tobacco smoke and the next generations asthma, obesity and cognition rates.  by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD When you think of the still fairly ubiquitous nature of tobacco products and their direct health effects and costs, estimated at $300 billion, [...]

Problem with Alcohol studies….paid for by the alcohol industry

By |2018-04-14T15:36:02-07:00April 1st, 2018|News, Cardiac Clinic, Preventive Health Care|

/ Can you believe a federal agency was bought ? When was the last time that you heard that drinking alcohol was good for you,  in moderation ?  Probaly every couple of months the subject hits the papers, yes ? Every wonder who paid for the studies ? Well a writer for the NY Times [...]

Diabetes and the plant based diet approach

By |2018-03-18T16:23:35-07:00March 10th, 2018|Preventive Health Care, Cardiac Clinic, Female Medicine, Pediatric Clinic|

WFPB diets make the news again, positively By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD If you read my bio or have been my patient you might know that I've been an advocate for a whole food plant based diet (WFPB), forever. No I'm not suggesting that everyone should be a vegan, however it seems more than [...]

Toxic Metals in your vape smoke…bad news

By |2017-09-28T17:21:01-07:00February 20th, 2017|News, Cardiac Clinic, Dr. Alan Kadish, Pediatric Clinic, Preventive Health Care|

More Toxins are still present in Electronic Cigarettes By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD After all the news and changes in the tobacco/nicotine addiction industry we should be wondering how is this a safer alternative to actual smoking ?  A study at John Hopkins University analysed the contents of the e-cigarette liquids and found toxic levels [...]

Same old and/or no exam for your heart ?

By |2017-02-09T18:20:34-07:00November 14th, 2016|Cardiac Clinic, Dr. Alan Kadish, Female Medicine, News, Preventive Health Care|

It's never easy when a new patient comes in the door with their records and finds that the level of care provided was far less than optimal. In heart and vascular assessments, this seems to be the norm, not the exception.

Potassium, veggies and beans equals less stokes

By |2017-02-09T18:20:37-07:00November 5th, 2016|Preventive Health Care, Cardiac Clinic, Dr. Alan Kadish, News|

Strokes and foods have something in common by Dr. Alan Kadish The old adage regarding your mom telling you to eat your veggies and beans is so true. This study by the American Heart Association just reinforces that correlation between higher potassium intake and your risk of a stroke. There is a direct corrolation between the [...]

BBQ’ing and your health

By |2017-02-09T18:20:45-07:00May 21st, 2016|Dr. Alan Kadish, Cardiac Clinic, Female Medicine, Preventive Health Care|

The barbie may be a health hazard By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Most of us never think in terms of the BBQ being anything but a production device for great outdoor feasts. That can be the case as long as we use some common sense and are aware of what and how to cook on the [...]

BBQ'ing and your health

By |2017-02-09T18:20:45-07:00May 21st, 2016|Dr. Alan Kadish, Cardiac Clinic, Female Medicine, Preventive Health Care|

The barbie may be a health hazard By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Most of us never think in terms of the BBQ being anything but a production device for great outdoor feasts. That can be the case as long as we use some common sense and are aware of what and how to cook on the [...]