by Dr. Jacob Schor

Herding Pelicans

June 12, 2019 Herding Pelicans There are more pelicans at the lake than I’ve seen previous years.  Many of them like to cruise along the shoreline.  They amble along slowly ahead of me, seemingly hesitant to expend the energy needed to become... Continue Reading →

Shall I walk or shall I ride?

Walking 2019: Jacob Schor ND, FABNO June 8, 2019 Back when I was 16 years old, I had a friend named Margie who lived in Berkeley, California and because of this and other attributes held a special place in my... Continue Reading →

Bagels with Everything

Bagels June 1, 2019 Our neighbors gifted us with a jar of “Everything Bagel Topping” this morning that they purchased at Trader Joes and not wanting the ingredients to go bad sitting on our pantry shelf, I immediately measured out... Continue Reading →

Fruit Tart Season

Jacob Schor ND, FABNO June 1, 2019 There are certain advantages to baking fruit tarts over fruit pies.  For one, you can manage to get along with difficult to handle doughs that would be frustrating to attempt to make a pie... Continue Reading →

Walnut Day

Whoops: Walnut Day was Last Friday May 19, 2019 Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO One hates to miss an excuse to bake something special.  Friday last was National Walnut Day.  Let’s pretend that we didn’t miss the announcement in the morning Denver... Continue Reading →

Eggs, Choline, TMAO and Heart Disease…..

Jacob Schor ND, FABNO May 17, 2019 A paper published in February 2019 has me rethinking my opinion about eggs and leading me down a rabbit hole of recent research trying to understand how we might better prevent cardiovascular... Continue Reading →

Measles Vaccine

Jacob Schor ND, FABNO May 7, 2019 With all the articles about measles and measles vaccine in the news these past few weeks, I am reminded about a topic I wrote about in 2012, the Non-Specific Effect of Vaccination.  The term... Continue Reading →

Multivitamins for prostate cancer may not be worth the risk

Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO May 7, 2019 I paused so long while talking with a patient the other day that we joked that maybe he needed to hit the ‘force quit’ button to get me going again.  He’d asked me... Continue Reading →

Melatonin prevents delirium in hospitalized ICU patients.

Kelsey Asplin, ND May 6, 2019 We’ve been fascinated by the wide range of clinical uses that have been reported for the hormone melatonin. Initially we just thought of melatonin as an agent to improve sleep or help one... Continue Reading →

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