June 2, 2014
“The best speaker you ever had!”
“More presentations by Dr.Gina!”
Back by popular demand…
Get LIVE pharmacy CE credit with PharmCon’s pharmaceutical webinar series on “Progesterone: A Powerful Hormone for Women and Men” June 5th at 6 PM PDT presented by Dr. Gina Nick Cushman, NMD, PhD, founder of HealthBridge Medical Center in Newport Beach, CA.
Sponsored by University Compounding Pharmacy, BHRT Symposium (visit bhrtsymposium.com and enter “FREECME” for $200 off the next BHRT conference), and Labrix Clinical Services (www.labrix.com).
Dr. Gina will be discussing the controversy around bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and its growing demand, and how to determine if bioidentical progesterone therapy is warranted and how to prescribe it safely.
AMA and ACPE approved for 1 live pharmaceutical continuing medical education credit. Cost is free to members (nominal $79 annual fee for unlimited access to live CEs) and $30 to non-members.
Register Now freece.com
May 17, 2014
I recently was a panelist at the American Association of University Women to discuss holistic approaches to women’s health, where I found myself talking a lot about purpose in life. What is the point of investing in your health, being proactive, and preventing health challenges down the road? The point is so that you can feel strong enough to fulfill your purpose(s) in life.
So, it was timely to see this new research study (NOT that we need to spend millions on research studies to prove what we all know intuitively) on the value of having a purpose in life. Click here to read more about the study that included 7,000 Americans, as published by the BBC News.
For some, one’s purpose in life is to go above and beyond the call of duty to improve our local community and the quality of life for children and their families. The Above and Beyond Awards gala does an excellent job of honoring those people, in the trenches, who are doing just that. The local Above and Beyond Awards gala is being held this June 21st, 2014 at the Wyndham Avenue of the Arts Hotel. Click here to register and please contact me at 949-715-9321 if you are interested or know someone who is interested in participating as a sponsor at the event. The list of honorees is impressive and learning about their tireless contributions is humbling and inspiring!
April 23, 2014
A quick note to let you know that Dr. Gina was selected as one of four panelists and will be presenting at the Laguna Beach chapter of the American Association of University Women’s conference this Thursday April 24th from 7-9PM at the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club, 286 St. Ann’s Street, Laguna Beach, CA 92651. The topic is “Holistic Approaches to Women’s Health.” Click here for more information!
HealthBridge Medical Center
March 25, 2014
An article, published in the Washington Post yesterday, speaks to a simple, naturopathic approach to addressing depression symptoms in many people. It also offers further evidence for the Sickness Syndrome Depression phenomenon I have been speaking about for the past ten years..making the connection between inflammation, diet, the gut and mental illnesses like depression. Tomorrow evening at 6:30 PM is our next Purification/Detox kickoff. I will be discussing this 21 day program that lowers inflammation, balances gut microflora, and applies diet principles that are effective in treating depression.
February 21, 2014
Just a quick reminder that our group 21 Day Purification Program is THIS WEDNESDAY the 26th from 6:30 to 7 PM at our Newport Beach office. What a great opportunity to rediscover a more vibrant and energetic “new” you in the new year. A doctor’s visit is NOT required for this group program.
RSVP by Monday the 24th. You can email us at email@example.com or call the office at 949-715-9321.
You will walk away from the event with your complete program and products for the 21 Day program. I look forward to seeing you there!
February 13, 2014
I was discussing the underlying causes of Alzheimer’s disease with a colleague today, while at RoxSpa Newport Beach, and came across this article, also posted today, making the association between the pesticide DDT and the production of amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s patients. Though DDT was banned from use in the US in 1972, other countries continue to use it and consequently the chemical still finds its way into our cells. I’ve taught physicians about the association between DDT and breast cancer in continuing medical education lectures through the American College for Advancement in Medicine and the American Nutraceutical Association over the years but this is the first reference I’ve seen making a possible connection to this pesticide’s detrimental effects on the brain. Read more here.