…environmental exposures in one generation can affect the health of offspring even two generations later. Continue reading →
‘Tis the season for colds, coughs, sniffles and flu. Continue reading →
those people who ate several (seven or more) servings per day of vegetables and fruit had a significantly reduced risk of dying from any disease. Continue reading →
News of concern: The Week Magazine May 15, 2015 “Health scare of the week: Air pollution shrinks the brain” (page 19). It seems that “fine particulate matter from cars, trucks, and factories” could, over time, cause shrinkage of the brains … Continue reading →
Dr. Don Huber is an award-winning, international scientist and professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University. In this interview he describes how glyphosate (the active ingredient in Round Up herbicide) works, how it is damaging plants systemically and reducing their … Continue reading →
Are you taking medications for a physical problem? Whether your problem is asthma, bladder spasms, stomach cramps, diarrhea, pain, high blood pressure, anxiety, or allergies, the medication you are on might be impeding the action of one of your important neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters … Continue reading →
About the Lippman Center
Cathie-Ann Lippman, MD, a different kind of medical doctor. I established my clinic, the Lippman Center for Optimal Health, to offer a whole-body approach to health care because I believe we are more than the sum of our symptoms. Together we will identify the real reason why you are feeling ill, and together we will develop a treatment plan that will make you feel better.