We always have exciting things to share with the community! Student experiences, happenings in the healthcare world, physician advice and videos, opinion pieces, events on and off campus, and much more can be found right here at The SCNM Voice.
Unfortunately, sugar consumption in the United States has experienced a steady increase in recent years. After comparing study participants who consumed less than 10 percent of calories from added sugar to those who consumed more, researchers discovered higher sugar consumption led to a higher risk of CVD mortality.Learn More »
FDA recently issued an advisory against homeopathic chewing products, such as Hyland’s tablets and gels. However, Hyland’s states active ingredients in its products are diluted “to the point that the risk of toxicity is extremely low.”Learn More »
SCNM is proud to announce its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-platinum certification, an honor awarded for using best-in-class building strategies and practices.Learn More »
Dr. Jeffrey Langland, PhD, professor of research, SCNM, responds to a recent article on botanical medicine published by The New York Times Magazine.Learn More »
A yearly selective called “Botanical Medicine in the Appalachian Mountains" allows SCNM students and resident doctors to visit Gaia Herbs and gain invaluable experience with medicinal plants.Learn More »
Dr. Patricia Bragg will share insight from her 60 years of experience as a health crusader and nutrition consultant for Hollywood stars—from Clint Eastwood to The Beach Boys—on August 23.Learn More »
SCNM would like to thank Ryan, a seventh grade student at Willis Junior High in Chandler, Arizona, for donating a generous portion of his allowance money to SCNM’s Sage Foundation.Learn More »