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Dr. Elson Haas
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Dr. Elson Haas

Feb 07, 2024

Article Tags: integrative medicine | NEW Medicine | lifestyle | prevention | health education

Introducing New Medicine Solutions

In my most recent book, Staying Healthy with NEW Medicine: Integrating Natural, Eastern, and Western Approaches for Optimal Health, I provided the foundation for re-defining how we approach our health care. The next step in this process is NEW Medicine Solutions – my innovative approach to common health challenges, especially those where actions you can take yourself can have a big positive impact.

Each of these NEW Medicine Solutions (NMS) will be offered as its own short downloadable PDF and present resources, tools and guidelines for your practical use. The optimal goal, of course, is to prevent common medical conditions and when necessary, to treat them by incorporating Natural, Eastern, and Western Therapies using safe, effective, and relatively low-cost treatments.

The first two NMS programs can now be accessed via the Thinkific learning platform where you’ll also find all my online courses.

Weight Management 

Diabetes Prevention and Treatment 

The good news about NEW Medicine is that you—as a health consumer working in concert with your healthcare providers—can do a great deal to integrate Natural and Eastern approaches while keeping Western medicine in its proper perspective when it is required. Comprehensive lifestyle changes can make a huge difference in health outcomes and reduce the incidence and cost of chronic diseases, from cardiovascular problems and cancer to diabetes and arthritis. Of course, a healthy environment supports us to be healthier humans. Of course, the healing process can be self-generating.

Stay tuned for other programs coming out in the upcoming months include Infections and Low Immunity (with a bonus on the Healthy Immune System), HyperImmunity: Allergies and Autoimmune Issues, Hormonal Health and Healthy Aging.

I hope these will be helpful to my patients and all of you.

Stay Healthy,

Dr. Elson