Victoria Maizes MD- Heart Health
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death worldwide in women and men (World health statistics, 2007) and in the United States, cardiovascular disease accounts for one third of all deaths in women.Victoria Maizes MD- Environment
In addition to being mindful about what we put into our bodies, we need to be aware of the potential toxins in the environment in which our bodies reside.Victoria Maizes MD- Practicing Gratitude
One simple way to feel happier (and healthier) is to begin a gratitude practice. I like to practice gratitude before I go to bed at night. Turning over the events of the day in my mind, I acknowledge three people or events or things that I am grateful.Victoria Maizes MD- Male Factors for Fertility
Fertility is a team effort, meaning the health of your partner is just as important as yours. Male sperm counts have been declining for decades. While the exact cause is unknown, it is likely to be multifactorial, including environmental exposures to pesticides, exogenous estrogens (estrogens from animals or estrogen mimics in pesticides, plastics etc.), and heavy metals.Victoria Maizes MD- Facing Cancer
In integrative medicine, we usually recommend conventional treatment of the cancer and use the tools of nutrition, mind-body, and alternative systems to help support a personís over all well-being and reduce treatment side effects.