Vitamin D and Depression

By: John Whitcomb, MD| Thursday, January 8, 2015 | 11:04 AM
We are now in the middle of the darkest days of the year with the least amount of sunlight. In Milwaukee, WI, the angle of the sun has dropped to about 220 and our body’s ability to produce Vitamin D dropped to zero back in October. Now, almost two months later, we have lost most of the Vitamin D our body had stored, as the half-life of Vitamin D is only about two months.
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Artificial Sweeteners Aren't So Sweet For Your Body

By: John Whitcomb, MD| Monday, November 10, 2014 | 10:07 AM
Alright, you are a little overweight and want to slim down a touch. Instead of fully sugared soda, you decide to get just the zero calorie one instead, sweetened with an artificial sweetener. The general consensus is that you by drinking the zero calorie, artificially sweetened soda you won’t gain any weight. This actually is not true.
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Clinical Application of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) Protocols for Men 1 Day In-clinic Preceptorship with renowned BHRT specialist Dr. Erika Schwartz
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