Submitted by drbrizman on Wed, 2009-10-28 09:24
with Dr. Jay Gordon. We too have seen many cases of confirmed swine flu and many we think are swine flu and treated them all very effectively! Please read his response to a recent Peachhead2 post on the subject:
Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2009-10-27 13:05
Featured Boaz Brizman as a guest speaker last night. The subject was the somatization of the emotional effects in children of divorce. This is a very tender and important subject. So many little ones suffer emotionally and consequently-physically due to divorce or parental discord.
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Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2009-10-13 05:57
Don't forget to have your cold and flu remedies on hand or to come in if you get sick. Herbal remedies are very effective in treating you when you get colds and flus!
See the story below that we posted on one of recent flu patients who was also pregnant!
As always, I love to share the wealth of knowledge and experience that comes from the desk of our Western medicine pediatrician, Dr. Jay Gordon. Here is his latest letter:
Submitted by drbrizman on Wed, 2009-10-07 10:53
This is a great article-a good read. Don't miss it.
As most of you know, our feelings here about illness is all about prevention despite our swift and effective ways to treat a person when they become ill. The most important goal is to prevent becoming ill in the first place.
Having a strong immune system is number one, and there are numerous ways to address that. Probiotics is one of those many ways and something we practice the use of in both our practice and our family life.
Submitted by drbrizman on Fri, 2009-09-25 10:33
In case any of you missed it, tylenol was recently recalled for kids: http://tylenol.com/
We typically do not recommend the use of tylenol-restated actually, we never recommend it. We always recommend trying to use herbal therapy to ease any symptoms that parents would use for tylenol for in their children.
Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2009-09-15 22:27
You can’t get very far these days without hearing the hype, or hysteria about swine flu. Even Dr. Mehmet Oz covered the topic in his inaugural Dr. Oz talk show program this week. The probability of a ‘worldwide pandemic’ is enough to scare even the bravest people—and you can count me among that group. I even wrote last week on the icama.org forum asking for opinions about the swine flu vaccine.
Submitted by drbrizman on Thu, 2009-09-10 22:33