Articles by Dr. Alan Kadish

Chocolate & Cocoa with Lead and Cadmium, 3 options ?

By |2019-02-16T13:05:45-07:00February 10th, 2019|Autism Findings and Therapies, Dr. Alan Kadish, Pediatric Clinic, Preventive Health Care|

By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Cocoa and Chocolate is a favorite among us all. It's cold outside and well hot cocoa is a winner across most ages. (And no the marshmallows are not part of the story.) Let's cut to the chase it's a big seller and a huge business. The last sales figures, [...]

New Report highlights toxin issues, still a big deal

By |2019-01-25T10:50:58-07:00December 8th, 2018|Dr. Alan Kadish, News, Preventive Health Care|

Why are we still purchasing toxins from retailers to fast food ?   by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD   There has and continues to be clear messages to retailers and manufacturers that using toxic products is not acceptable for their image, products, the environment and especially your family. So what changes have taken place [...]

Are Vitamin D levels adequate ?

By |2018-10-09T08:37:28-07:00October 9th, 2018|Dr. Alan Kadish, News, Preventive Health Care|

What's the "correct" vitamin D dose ? by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD A recently published study concluded that there is no benefits from taking vitamin D and your bone health. This obviously flies in the face of what most patients have been told for years.  Their findings may hold some truth, but in a limited [...]

Germs, Flying & Airports, yech !

By |2018-10-01T08:16:46-07:00September 30th, 2018|Dr. Alan Kadish, News, Preventive Health Care|

Most Germ Ridden Place in the Airport by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Don't forget to pack the hand sanitizer as your about to find out where the worst germ area of the traveling experience is located, and it's not where you think. Quick quiz: Where do you and every traveler [...]

Beer and your workout….good combo or ?

By |2018-03-17T17:03:19-07:00January 10th, 2018|Dr. Alan Kadish, News, Preventive Health Care|

How will your next after workout beer affect your muscles ? by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Your tired and thirsty after a workout and your thinking a cold brew is in order. Then you question yourself and think is this going to help or interfere with my muscles response. Your [...]

Heavy metals in your baby food ?

By |2019-01-23T20:44:52-07:00November 11th, 2017|Autism Findings and Therapies, Dr. Alan Kadish, News, Pediatric Clinic, Preventive Health Care|

And you thought your baby food should be safe. Well.....not quite. by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Let's cut to the chase... Should your baby be eating a mix of toxic chemicals ? Unfortunately they probably are and it's considered acceptable by our government...they meets the current standards. The Clean Label Project, a non-profit organization [...]

Is it Alzheimer’s, Depression or both , scan the brain

By |2017-02-23T11:07:22-07:00February 24th, 2017|Dr. Alan Kadish, Female Medicine, News, Preventive Health Care|

Alzheimer's and Depression have significant overlap By Dr. Alan Kadish In a study looking at blood flow in the brain of 4500+ patients, researchers were able to distinguish the difference between those with depression, depression and cognitive dysfunction or both with between ~83%-86% accuracy. They used a SPECT scanner to obtain a high tech 3-D image [...]

Toxic Metals in your vape smoke…bad news

By |2017-09-28T17:21:01-07:00February 20th, 2017|Cardiac Clinic, Dr. Alan Kadish, News, 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 [...]

Stop…. Soccer mom’s and coaches are dangerous ?

By |2017-02-09T18:20:25-07:00February 6th, 2017|Dr. Alan Kadish, News, Pediatric Clinic, Preventive Health Care|

So you play soccer and hit the ball with your head, as well as the occasional collision with other team members. Does it matter ? Well the answer is yes and it's probably a bigger deal than you think.

Get time with your Doctor an oxymoron ?….See what John Hopkins says

By |2017-02-09T18:20:26-07:00February 1st, 2017|Dr. Alan Kadish, Female Medicine, Pediatric Clinic, Preventive Health Care|

Why should you need to beg for time with your physician ? by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD  The newest evaluation at three John Hopkins outpatient clinics tells an interesting story. Most patients will tell you that they want quality and some quantity of time, with their health care provider. Generally, this equates to the typical 8-12 minutes of [...]