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by Dr. Jacob Schor

Why do roses smell so nice?

Wild Roses: why do they smell so nice? May 26, 2018 The wild roses have been in bloom in Denver this past week and I’ve been stopping to smell the ones on the corner of Bellaire Street and then those... Continue Reading →

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Coffee and Breast Cancer Risk: another study

May 15, 2018 Coffee decreases risk of postmenopausal breast cancer. Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Denver Naturopathic Clinic News: denvernaturopathic.com Denver Naturopathic Oncology: denvernaturopathiconcology.com Another in a line of relevant studies on coffee and cancer risk was published in January of... Continue Reading →

Fine Particulate Air Pollution: worse than we thought…..

May 1, 2018 As knowledge and awareness of the health risks posed by fine particulate air pollution continues to grow so does the problem. Pollution from power plant smoke, dust and other kinds of fine particles is now recognized as... Continue Reading →

Saunas for Detox?

Blood, Sweat, and Urine: Sweating as detox Jacob Schor ND, FABNO April 18, 2018 DenverNaturopathic.com DenverNaturopathicOncology.com Ten years ago I wrote an article on treating congestive heart failure using infrared saunas, a technique known in Japan as Waon Therapy. http://denvernaturopathic.com/SaunaPartI.htm... Continue Reading →

Chocolate, Avocado, Almond, Honey Cake

April 14, 2018 http://www.DenverNaturopathic.com http://www.DenverNaturopathicOncology.com DrJacobSchor.WordPress.com The current issue of the Natural Medicine Journal contains a study review written by our good friend Julianne Forbes, ND. Dr. Forbes lives and practices in Bridgton Maine close in to Sebago Lake. Our... Continue Reading →

Ultra-processed foods and cancer risk

Ultra-processed foods and Cancer Jacob Schor ND, FABNO March 30, 2018 Starting in 2009 a new food classification system has emerged in public health research that is so strikingly novel that it has been named the NOVA food classification system.... Continue Reading →

Asparagine and TNBC

Asparagine and triple negative breast cancer Feb 25, 2018 A new study published the first week of February in the journal Nature is making waves. Simon Knott et al published evidence that the amino acid arginine plays a critical role... Continue Reading →

Vitamin D and Calcium fail to reduce fractures

Vitamin D and Calcium fail to reduce fractures Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO January 8, 2018 http://www.DenverNaturopathic.com http://www.DenverNaturopathicOncology.com For years we and just about everyone else has thought taking vitamin D and calcium together would be a sure fire way to... Continue Reading →

Dark Days of the year

The dark days of the year The Winter Solstice 2017 My daughter Sophie and I picked the darkest and longest days of the year to make a road trip north to Canada. If you think the days are short and... Continue Reading →

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