2017 was a year for new beginning; starting things that express our uniqueness and open us to new perspectives. As 2017 comes to a conclusion, what can we expect from 2018? Let’s take a look at a few different perspectives (astrology, numerology and our Medical Director's thoughts) of what we can expect from the upcoming year.
Alzheimer’s is a debilitating degenerative brain disorder, and one we at Innovative Medicine wanted to demystify and share some unique insight into. Starting with the question, “what causes the brain to ‘age’?“, we turned to Dr. Thomas K. Szulc for the answers and interesting new discoveries on this subject. Taken from a series of lectures
We're incredibly excited to announce the expansion and relocation of our closely related medical center, the New York Center for Innovative Medicine (NYCIM). After almost 15 years of residing in the heart of Manhattan, the center is starting a new and exciting chapter. Read all about what to expect with this expansion.
We ask a world-renowned physician the question, "is drinking milk healthy?" Here is what Thomas K. Szulc, MD, had to say on the topic and his recommendation.
Thomas K Szulc, MD (Medical Director of the New York Center for Innovative Medicine) explains the importance of understanding centripetal energy (or in Traditional Chinese Medicine known as Yin energy) and centrifugal energy (Yang energy). Another way of referring to these two energies is as fields of information. These two informational energy fields are management information and resources information.
Most sunscreens today contain a number of synthetic chemicals. But mainstream media continues to warn us of the risk one places themselves in without sunscreen. So is sunscreen harmful, or helpful? We've enlisted Dr. Thomas K. Szulc, MD, Medical Director of The New York Center for Innovative Medicine to answer this question and shed some light on the subject.
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