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Vaccines are a hot topic, and we’ve written about this in an earlier post here. With recent developments in disease outbreaks and legal measures that have ramped up the emotions in this debate, this year’s annual IAACN conference comes at just the right time! “Immunization, Inoculation or Vaccination; Navigating the Consequences with Clinical Nutrition” is
Calling all Nurse Practitioners! If you are attending the Annual AANP conference in Indianapolis June 18-22, stop by and see us at booth #2088. Not registered yet? Click here to earn your continuing education credits while you learn from amazing speakers and connect with your colleagues.
Relationships are at the heart of what drives and motivates us. When relationships at work are less than optimal, it can impact both personal and business well-being and success. Would you like to learn how to improve relational well-being in your life and your workplace? Join us at the Global Workplace Wellness Virtual Summit May
In this podcast, Dr. Kline discusses how genes play a role in your health, and why the one-size-fits-all approach is not the way to go. You’ll learn why knowing your genomic profile is such a powerful tool in creating a diet and lifestyle that support your health and longevity.
Join us for this FREE one hour webinar by Joe Veltmann, PhD FAAIM DCCN Date: January 29th 5 p.m. PST/ 6 p.m. MST/ 7 p.m. CST/ 8 p.m. EST Description: Are we on a collision course between our environment and our genes? An evolving understanding of the toxins and xenobiotics in our environment today shows
In this podcast Dr. Joe Veltmann discusses a new way to approach genomics with Dr. Ruscio on Ruscio Radio. He shares how Genoma International’s advanced approach goes far beyond the limited utility of “entertainment” genomics. Clinical genomics can help functional medicine practitioners hone their approach to make it truly personalized in addressing the root causes
Join Genoma co-founder Dr. Kline at the HEALTHCARE ЯEVOLUTION conference Oct 28-30 2018 as she presents an engaging and informative Ignite! Talk on the power of genomics. The Power of Nutrigenomics: Real World Results. Lasting Benefits Why Genomics and Why Now? The one-size-fits-all, crisis-driven approach to health is failing us all – costing money and costing lives.
Genomic medicine is transforming healthcare, and enabling an entirely new business model for physicians and nutrition professionals. Typical one-size-fits-all, trial and error, and crisis-driven approaches to healthcare are expensive, inefficient, and out-of-date. Effective prevention strategies are limited. More personalized approaches to healthcare are growing, but they still often lack precision. Patients are becoming more involved in
Many factors can play a role in determining the effectiveness of vaccines, including the interplay between genomics, epigenetics, and the microbiome. The study of how these factors influence how a person develops immunity from a vaccination is called Vaccinomics, and may help revolutionize our approach to this approach to population-based health. Twin studies have shown
Listen in! Dr. Bobbi Kline joins Sarajean Rudman on the East West Functional Medicine podcast to talk about genomics – what it is and what it isn’t, how genomics differs from genetics, the power of learning about your genome, and how Genoma International’s Genomic Medicine Certification Program is training clinicians to lead the way in
Are you a corporate executive, medical or HR director who is considering or interested in providing genomic testing to your employees? Do you have concerns, are confused or need clarity about which DNA-based testing will provide your company and employees the most value? We can help. Having pioneered genomic testing in the corporate workplace over
Adverse drug reactions, over prescribing, under prescribing, and trial-and-error attempts to identify appropriate medications puts patients at risk and wastes billions of dollars every year. Half of the U.S. adult population uses at least one medication on a regular basis, and 15% are using five or more. Adverse drug events among adults are estimated by the
Here is a little-known fact: the food we consume at each meal “talks” with our genes. Yes, as improbable as it seems—a vibrant “conversation” occurs every time you eat or drink. While it has been known for centuries that food can be healing medicine, it was not until the completion of the Human Genome Project