JOM – Volume 15, Number 3, 2000

JOM – Volume 15, Number 3, 2000 2020-02-07T11:24:13+00:00

Editorial:

Niacin and Cholesterol: The History of a Discovery

A. HOFFER, M.D., Ph.D.

 

Articles:

Mental Illness and the Mind-Body Problem

R.P. HUEMER, M.D.

Introduction of Niacin as the First Successful Treatment for Cholesterol Control: A Reminiscence

W.B. PARSONS, Jr., M.D., FACP.

Therapeutic Effect of d-Lenolate Against Experimental Infections in Immuno-compromised Mice

S. TSURU; A. NAGAE; T. OHTA; S. OHTAKE; M. IBUSUKI; M. KANEKO

 

Case from the Center:

Comparison of Hair Copper, Zinc, Aluminum and Lead in Patients with Elevated and Normal Urine Pyrrole Levels

J.A. JACKSON, MT(ASCP)CLS, Ph.D., BCLD; H.D. RIORDAN, M.D.; S. NEATHERY, MT(AMT); J TIEMEYER, B.S., MT(ASCP)

Why Schizophrenics Smoke but Have a Lower Incidence of Lung Cancer: Implications for the Treatment of Both Disorder

A. HOFFER, M.D., Ph.D.; H.D. FOSTER, Ph.D.

Chromium, Selenium and Copper and other Trace Minerals in Health and Reproduction

T.E. TUORMAA

 

Correspondence:

Treating ALS

 

Book Review:

Vitamin C & Cancer. Discovery, Recovery, Controversy; Textbook of Nutritional Medicine; Syndrome X. The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Insulin Resistance; The Antidepressant Survival Program; Lifting the Bull. Overcoming Chronic Back Pain, Fibromyalgia & Environmental Illness; 7 Weeks to Emotional Healing; The Botanical Pharmacy: The Pharmacology of 47 Common Herbs
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