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Meds Meet Meat As Merck Moneys Mosa

By Erik Goldman

In an indicator of how fast the tissue cultured meat industry is ramping up, global drug giant Merck recently announced an $8.8 million investment in a Dutch startup called Mosa Meats.

War, Inflammation, and One Doctor's Medical Path for Peace

By Erik Goldman, Editor

War is chronic inflammation writ large, says Dr. Decker Weiss reflecting on his last 4 years of work in refugee camps throughout the Middle East. Weiss believes the principles of natural medicine have much to offer not only the victims of war and strife but to the larger policy dialogs aimed at engendering peace.

How Do Physicians Define Dietary Supplement Quality?

By Erik Goldman

The rising use of dietary supplements and botanical medicines in clinics throughout the nation begs some important questions: How do medical practitioners define quality? HPC Caught up with three leading functional medicine practitioners to find out.

Innovative Med Schools Put Future Doctors in the Kitchen

By Ellen Kanner, Contributing Writer

The connection between food choices and wellness goes back at least as far as ancient Greece. Yet it’s taken two millennia for Western medical schools to make food part of medical training. Innovative medical schools around the country are beginning to introduce Culinary Medicine into their curricula.