Female Medicine Optimized

A female’s system is always in flux. The need for finding balance is continually present and generally achieved however,  it can necessitate making changes periodically.

In our articles we address the new work in medicine, with a focus on the specifics for our female patient’s needs.

US Maternal Deaths Continues at a high rate

By |2018-12-30T16:23:59-08:00January 3rd, 2019|Female Medical Concerns, Healthy News, Pediatric Clinical Care|

Maternal deaths are still high in the US and we know why by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD We mistakenly think that the US is one of the best health care systems in the world. Far from it in many areas of care. Maternal risk remains hight in the states and needs correction. Maternal Rates [...]

Chocolate everything your need to know

By |2018-10-04T19:06:13-07:00October 4th, 2018|Pediatric Clinical Care, Female Medical Concerns, Healthy News, Preventive Health Care|

Who doesn't like chocolate ? by Dr. Alan Kadish As the holiday season approaches I thought a quick overview of the state of chocolate would be in order. First the obvious there are two labeled chocolates, the real deal and milk chocolate, the fraud. Real chocolates contain cacao butter and not milk substitutes. The [...]

BRCA testing is now available through 23&Me

By |2018-04-14T15:59:17-07:00April 3rd, 2018|Female Medical Concerns, Healthy News, Preventive Health Care|

BRCA 1 & 2 genetic testing now more available by Dr. Alan Kadish You might remember when getting a BRCA test for the breast and ovarian cancer gene was a many thousands of dollar affair and only one company was the provider. Then in June 2013 the supreme court unanimously ruled that Myriad Genetics [...]

Is your cell phone radiating your head and causing cancer ?

By |2018-04-14T15:16:22-07:00March 31st, 2018|Female Medical Concerns, Healthy News, Preventive Health Care|

Controversies Cell Phones and Brain tumors, again By Dr. Alan Kadish NMD I know one can't get too excited with another rerun of a rat study, however when was the last time you saw someone place a cell phone in her bra or a guy put the phone into their breast pocket ?  Perhaps [...]

Diabetes and the plant based diet approach

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

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 [...]

BPA toxicity being played down, swept under the rug by the EPA

By |2018-03-17T16:48:34-07:00March 7th, 2018|Pediatric Clinical Care, Female Medical Concerns, Healthy News, Preventive Health Care|

BPA's and endocrine disruptors continue to pose a threat There never seems to be a lack of controversy when it comes to common chemicals and our health. Once again the FDA is taking a less than truly genuine assessment of the published literature. BPA research continues with new journal articles documenting endocrine disruption in [...]

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

By |2017-02-23T11:07:22-08:00February 24th, 2017|Preventive Health Care, Dr. Alan Kadish, Female Medical Concerns, Healthy News|

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 [...]

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

By |2017-02-09T18:20:26-08:00February 1st, 2017|Preventive Health Care, Dr. Alan Kadish, Female Medical Concerns, Pediatric Clinical 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 [...]

C-section vs Vaginal birth determines the microbiome

By |2017-02-09T18:20:26-08:00January 25th, 2017|Female Medical Concerns, Pediatric Clinical Care, Preventive Health Care|

C-section or Vaginal birth, differences in bacteria by Dr. Alan Kadish NMD Not surprisingly nature provides our newborns with multiple distinct groups of bacteria, (microbiome) regardless of their haveing being born vaginally or via C-section, after 6 weeks. This study of 81 youngsters, at the Texas Children’s Hospital, documents that the contents of the mouth, skin, and [...]