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Digging up root causes in health in order to live permanently well.
Franchell Richard-Hamilton M.D.
There is more to physical activity than meets the eye. Those sold on exercising more often can drastically improve their sex hormones.
Even as some countries begin rolling out COVID-19 booster shots, health organizations and scientists have yet to reach a consensus on their necessity.
These ancient therapies can be used to treat pain as well as unstable mental, emotional, and physical patterns.
Burnout has become the new chronic condition in health care workers in the midst of the pandemic. What will be the best treatment for them?
Studies show that physical activity improves overall cognition. Are the effects powerful enough to ward off dementia?
A look at the effects of discrimination on health.
Do you ever wonder if you can change the genes that you were given?
An unhealthy gut created by unhealthy lifestyle choices can trigger many physical health problems.
The digital revolution of health care is underway. Say goodbye to the brick-and-mortar doctor's office.
I was taught how to treat but I wanted to learn how to heal.
Franchell Hamilton, M.D., is trained not only in medicine and surgery but also in chemistry and psychology. Her passion is to transform health through both traditional and alternative medicine with a focus on finding the root cause of disease.