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August 17 2017 Meeting: How the Risks of GMOs Have Been Consistently Underestimated and Misrepresented: An Assessment From the Perspectives of Both Biological Science and Computer Science by Steven Druker

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Main Presentation: “How the Risks of GMOs Have Been Consistently Underestimated and Misrepresented: An Assessment From the Perspectives of Both Biological Science and Computer Science” by Steven Druker Contrary to the claims of its proponents, producing new varieties of food through genetic engineering entails higher risks to human health than does traditional breeding; and the arguments […]

July 20 2017 Meeting: Longevity Science of Spices: Nature’s “Designer Drugs” for Anti-Aging by Kitty Wells

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Main Presentation: The Longevity Science of Spices: Nature’s “Designer Drugs” for Anti-Aging by Kitty Wells Molecular and cellular damage that leads to the diseases of aging begins long before people appear sick. Your risk of getting these diseases increases after living sixty years, but the incremental buildup of damage starts in your twenties or thirties. While […]

May 18, 2017 Meeting: Autoimmune Disease by Dr. Tom O’Bryan

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Main Presentation: Autoimmune Disease by Dr. Tom O’Bryan Autoimmune diseases are a primary cause of morbidity and mortality in the industrialized world.  The number of people diagnosed with an autoimmune disease is increasing exponentially in our country.  . Without recognizing and addressing the underlying mechanisms triggering the presenting complaints, the Practitioner may be proverbially ‘chasing the tail’ of the […]

March 16, 2017 Meeting: “Effects Of Mercury Exposure Throughout The Lifespan” by Sara Russell, NTP

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Main Presentation: “Effects Of Mercury Exposure Throughout Human Lifespan” by Sara Russell, NTP An introduction of the effects of mercury exposure through the human lifespan will be presented. Mercury bio-accumulates during our individual lifespans as well as from generation to generation via in utero exposure. Each generation becomes potentially more mercury toxic than the previous […]

January 19, 2017 Meeting: “What is food sensitivity and why does it matter?” by Joseph Smith, D.C., D.A.C.N.B., F.A.C.F.N.

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Main Presentation: What is food sensitivity and why does it matter? by Joseph Smith, D.C., D.A.C.N.B., F.A.C.F.N. Food sensitivities can lead to inflammation and set off a long chain of adverse reactions leading to chronic illnesses. Foods need to be broken down for the body to use. When foods are not broken down and when […]

 

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