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BHRT Mini-Review Series from Dr. Rouzier

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IV Therapy – Direct Nutrients for Healing and Prevention

Theresa Ramsey, NMD, is a highly regarded naturopathic physician, lifestyle expert, author, and facilitator. She is now focused on educating both the health consumer and the health care professional about the imperativeness of bridging the gap between naturopathic and conventional medical practices. …

How Old Are Your Patients Really?

Dr. Raffaele received his B.A. in philosophy from Princeton University and his MD from Hahnemann University Medical School in 1989. Dr. Raffaele completed his residency at the New York Hospital/Cornell University Medical Center and was formerly a clinical assistant professor of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School while in practice at the Hitchcock Clinic….

Neal Rouzier responds to the JAMA article about Men and Testosterone


JAMA 2013;310(17):1829-1836

On the first day the JAMA article was released I received 500 emails from physicians and patients requesting my opinion of the article that demonstrated an increase in heart attacks and strokes in men treated with testosterone. Today is the second day and I’m afraid to turn on the computer. First of all this was…

Transforming Patients – One Experience at a Time

Defining experiences are what catapult us from our current course in life to a new one, and they provide the momentum to continue along this new course long-term. Understanding the relationships between personal experiences to initiating significant life changes, and applying this knowledge in a clinical setting with patients can improve the likelihood of their achieving and sustaining healthful lifestyles….

The Science of Nutritional Medicine


Helping patients successfully modify their dietary habits is often highly effective for preventing and treating a wide variety of illnesses and symptoms, especially when paired with appropriate supplements and other natural substances. This basic yet intricate knowledge is supported by scientific research and clinical experience that is reinforced by new studies every year. As described in Nutritional Medicine