By: Dr. Bruce Kehr
COVID “Wear and Tear” – Six Genes – Sixteen Solutions
Allostatic Load and Overload: A Chronic, Caustic, Coronavirus Bully and Human Evolution
Fighting Off that Massive Invisible Bully: Coronavirus, PTSD, and the COMT gene in Kids
The coronavirus continues to “bully” children around the globe with no end in sight. Learn how some children with a gene known as COMT Met/Met are more vulnerable to developing PTSD as a result of this kind of trauma, and how genetic testing and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help.
Eat Veggies as COVID Comfort Food? Are You Serious?!
Learn why your mental health, your gut health, and your overall wellbeing will be far better served in the long term if you reach for some healthier options instead.
And the Winner (in 206 Countries) is… Our Top Five Blogs for 2019 – Bipolar Disorder, Genetic Testing, and Existential Crisis
You will find a list of our top five blogs, ranked according to the number of people who’ve read them!
Your Mighty Moody Microbiome – Part 18
Can an “Orchid’s” IBS be Solved by a Genetic Test and Happier Gut Bugs?
- February 5, 2020
- Dr. Bruce Kehr
- ADHDAnxietyDepressionDNA... Nurture Your NatureDNA: I Am Who I AmGeneticsGenie & Moody MikeGut-Brain Connectionleaky gutMicrobiomePersonalized Medicine
How your genes might be predisposing you to gut dysbiosis—and those “I think I’m gonna be sick” reactions—and what you can do to bring your body back into balance!
“The Asian Way” in a College Freshman with Anxiety, ADHD and Depression
How COMT, BDNF, and ANK3 Gene Variants Predicted the Roadmap for a Reinvented Future
- January 29, 2020
- Dr. Bruce Kehr
- ADHDAnxietyDepressionDNA... Nurture Your NatureDNA: I Am Who I AmGeneticsMemory and ConcentrationPsychotherapy
How COMT, BDNF, and ANK3 Gene Variation Can Increase Stress and your Chances of Alzheimer’s. Learn if you have these variants with a Genomind Genecept Assay Test.
When You’re Not Really Bipolar After All: Anatomy of the Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder
For the first few years after I arrived in the DC area, I took call at two local hospital emergency rooms...