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Johnson, J
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Safe Living Technology; EMF Analysis
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Mayo Clinic
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Mayo Clinic
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Healthline
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Cleveland Clinic
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Sherzai, D
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Brain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention Program, Loma Londa University
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Journal of Human Hypertension
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S Stoumpos (Department of Cell Biology and Biophysics, University of Athens, Athens, Greece)
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University of Rochester Medical Center
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University of Rochester Medical Center
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Soechtig, S
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Atlas Films; Sundance Catalyst Film
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Jean-Philippe Bonjour
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Division of Clinical Pathophysiology, Department of Medicine Geneva, Switzerland
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Bredesen, D, E
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Buck Institute for Research on Aging
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Bolen, B
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Verywell
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Plevin, J
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Forest Bathing Club
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Bredesen, D
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The Institute for Functional Medicine
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Harvard Health Publishing
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Harvard School of Public Health
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Smith, M
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knowthecause
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Fung, J
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Intensive Dietary Management Program
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NIH
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The Swank MS Foundation
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Hyman, M
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The UltraWellness Center
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Wahls, T
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University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
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Wahls, T
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University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
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Wahls, T
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University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
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TedX, Wireless wake-up callJohnson, JSafe Living Technology; EMF Analysis
Tendinitis Diagnosis and TreatmentStaffMayo Clinic
Tendinitis Symptoms and CausesStaffMayo Clinic
Tendon Injury (Tendinopathy)University of Michigan MedicineUniversity Michigan
The 10 Best Foods to Boost Nitric Oxide LevelsStaffHealthline
The 5 Best (and Worst) Sweeteners You Can Eat. Where does your favorite sweetener line up?StaffCleveland Clinic
The Alzheimer's SolutionSherzai, DBrain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention Program, Loma Londa University
The association between apolipoprotein E gene polymorphisms and essential hypertension, a meta-analysis of 45 studies including 13,940 cases and 16,364 controlsJournal of Human HypertensionS Stoumpos (Department of Cell Biology and Biophysics, University of Athens, Athens, Greece)
The Best Ways to Treat, Prevent TendonitisUniversity of Rochester Medical CenterUniversity of Rochester Medical Center
The Devil We Know 2018 - The Chemistry Of A Cover Up DocumentariesSoechtig, SAtlas Films; Sundance Catalyst Film
The dietary protein, IGF-I, skeletal health axisJean-Philippe BonjourDivision of Clinical Pathophysiology, Department of Medicine Geneva, Switzerland
The End of Alzheimer'sBredesen, D, EBuck Institute for Research on Aging
The Everything Guide to the Low-FodMap DietBolen, BVerywell
The Healing Magic of Forest BathingPlevin, JForest Bathing Club
The Institute for Functional Medicine Coaching ClassBredesen, DThe Institute for Functional Medicine
The lowdown on glycemic index and glycemic loadStaffHarvard Health Publishing
The Nutrition Source - ProteinStaffHarvard School of Public Health
The Problems With CornSmith, Mknowthecause
The Shocking Origin of Vegetable Oil — GarbageFung, JIntensive Dietary Management Program
The Surgeon General’s Report on Bone Health and Osteoporosis, What It Means to YouNIH StaffNIH
The Swank Low-Fat Diet for the Treatment of MSStaffThe Swank MS Foundation
The UltraMind SolutionHyman, MThe UltraWellness Center
The Wahls ProtocolWahls, TUniversity of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
The Wahls ProtocolWahls, TUniversity of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
The Wahls ProtocolWahls, TUniversity of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
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