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Natural Medicine Journal's interviews with thought-leaders in the field of natural and integrative medicine dig deep into the most important topics in the field. Whether it's a one-on-one with top researchers in integrative medicine or a conversation with a practitioner about treating hard-to-tackle conditions, each episode promises to provide trusted, cutting-edge, evidence-based knowledge about natural medicine that you won't find anywhere else.
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Now displaying: March, 2020
Mar 18, 2020

There has been some misinformation circulating regarding Covid-19 and natural medicine. On this episode, critical questions regarding Covid-19 are answered by immunologist and integrative health expert Heather Zwickey, PhD. Zwickey is executive program chair and a professor at National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, who also has specific training in infectious diseases.

About the Expert

Heather Zwickey, PhD, is Dean of Research and Graduate Studies and a professor of immunology at the National University of Natural Medicine, Portland, Oregon, as well as Director of Helfgott Research Institute. Currently, she heads several pilot studies looking at the effects of botanicals, hydrotherapy, energy medicine, and diet on immunological parameters. Zwickey trained at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver, Colorado. She received her doctorate in immunology and microbiology from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University.

Mar 4, 2020

Compelling research now shows that brain activity in the frontal cortex is a key cause of insomnia and sleeplessness. In addition, research demonstrates that temperature can play a role in calming the frontal cortex to alleviate insomnia. In this interview, listeners will learn about a new medical device that helps treat insomnia by cooling the frontal cortex. Eric Nofzinger, MD, is the creator of the first FDA-cleared wearable device for patients with insomnia. Nofzinger has more than 30 years' experience in clinical sleep disorders and sleep research.

About the Expert

Eric Nofzinger, MD, is the founder and chief medical officer of Ebb Therapeutics, a medical device company developing and commercializing medical devices in the area of insomnia treatment. He previously was a professor of psychiatry and the director of the Sleep Neuroimaging Research Program at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. He is a past-president of the Sleep Research Society and a past-president of the Sleep Research Society Foundation.

Nofzinger received his medical degree from the Ohio State University School of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. He completed residency training in psychiatry and a postgraduate National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) extramural research fellowship in Sleep Research at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. 

Nofzinger has over 30 years' experience in clinical sleep disorders medicine and in sleep research. Most recently his work has focused on the development of novel brain-based interventions for the treatment of sleep disorders. He has presented and published extensively on the results of his sleep neuroimaging research in leading journals and textbooks, including SLEEP, the Archives of Internal Medicine, the Archives of General Psychiatry, the American Journal of Psychiatry, Sleep Medicine Reviews, and Brain.

About the Sponsor

Ebb Therapeutics aims to improve sleep through the power of cooling technology. It offers a first-of-its-kind wearable sleep device that targets a racing mind, using precise cooling to reduce metabolic activity in the frontal cortex of the brain and relieve sleeplessness. Visit Ebbsleep.com.



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