My patients often tell me that organic food is too expensive so they prefer to buy the conventional kind. A Los Angeles Times article dated October 28, 2018 reported a study of almost 70,000 French adults over an average of … Continue reading →
One of my patients sent me a question about her home’s environment. During earthquake retrofitting, she was informed that some dirt in front of the house had to be pushed back from the foundation. After the dirt was moved, she noticed … Continue reading →
When we discover a bug in the kitchen (this story is not about computers) it is really easy to grab the “bug bomb” and zap it. It seems to be that, as a society, we are very intolerant of bugs even though … Continue reading →
…environmental exposures in one generation can affect the health of offspring even two generations later. 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 →
Thank you to Myles McNamara and Diane Blair from Comfort Keepers for a great discussion with Jennifer MacDowell and me at KHTS, the local radio station in Santa Clarita on their show, Aging With Power. Here is the link if … 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.