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By Elizabeth Boham, MD
All of us know someone struggling with ADHD. This common disorder poses many challenges for the person affected, but the good news is that there are plenty of actions that can be taken to reduce symptoms, increase attention and focus, and support brain health. On…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
I think a lot of people would say “I want to be physically well as I age, but more importantly, I want to have my memory. I want to be alert, oriented, and engaged with people around me.” That means having a healthy brain that ages…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
Last year, I suffered a traumatic brain injury. It wasn’t a typical dramatic accident that led to it, I simply hit my head while I was working out and later realized it was much worse than I thought. The following months were full of difficult symptoms…
By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
Two words: celery juice. As I’ve learned over the past few months, these simple words can trigger a range of thoughts, opinions, and strong emotions. Some people absolutely love and swear by celery juice, claiming it radically improved their health in countless ways. A surprising…
By Mark Hyman MD
  Here at The UltraWellness Center, we take pride in our amazing staff. If you’re not familiar with our history, UWC was founded in 2004 to provide patients with a safe place to get to the root cause of their health problems. This clinic was created around my…
By Amy Hebert
Self-care is an essential part of any wellness regime, and it should include the entire body. That’s why when it comes to taking good care of ourselves, we need to be mindful of the personal care and beauty products we use. You may have heard that what we…