Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? In my previous blog posts I’ve listed for you some important aspects of why women are at increased risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease from a genetic [...]
In another study called the Cache County Study, women who initiated hormone replacement therapy within at least 5 years of menopause had a 30% reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
In 1817, the English doctor, James Parkinson, described what has become known as Parkinson’s disease in a report of six cases he titled, “An Essay on the Shaking Palsy.”
ADRENAL FATIGUE EXPLAINED: THIS IS KAREN’S STORY Karen was the third person to see me in the past couple of weeks with nearly the same medical history.
It is through our actions that we can turn on health-promoting genes, and turn off disease-promoting ones. In this sense, it is reasonable to ask what can women do to reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease?
So the question frequently comes up, when someone has a family member, perhaps a grandparent or a parent that has been affected by Alzheimer's Disease
Although genes, the code of life found deep within each cell, play a role in our health it is estimated that their overall impact is relatively small.
I read an article recently reporting on results of a drug trial hailed as the best news for Alzheimer’s disease research in 25 years. Are we really on the verge of a cure? Dr. Sharlin Responds: Lately the [...]
The boardroom of healthcare leadership needs to be filled with innovative risk takers and those with solutions for our system that reach beyond the status quo. In October 2015 I left my place of employment [...]
Is there really such a thing as non-celiac gluten sensitivity? Dr. Sharlin Responds: Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) is different from wheat allergy and Celiac disease. It remains a confusing, though [...]
Taking it to the next level. The Wahls Protocol uses functional medicine principles and a specific Paleo diet (The Wahls diet) to address autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis. But in reality anyone [...]
Facebook comment: There is no such thing as commercially available genetically modified wheat. This is just “fear-mongering.” Dr. Sharlin responds: To suggest, by extension, that we are being fear mongered [...]