Diaper Rash Can Be A Pain In the Butt!

On November 15, 2016, in Dr. Marie Tholl, Family medicine, Integrated Medicine, Pediatrics, by Dr. Dino Pappas

Diaper rash can be a pain in the butt!  Did you know that an under appreciated reason for diaper rash is delayed onset food sensitivities? Delayed onset food sensitivities are an immune reaction to food consumed that occurs hours to days later. The immune reaction creates skin irritation leading to a rash. The diaper rash […]

Asthma

On August 29, 2016, in Uncategorized, by Dr. Dino Pappas

What is asthma?  Why do you get an asthma attack? Have you thought about trying complementary & alternative treatments for your asthma? This short video blog answers these questions & much more!  Take a look below. We can help keep your asthma under control  Call 708-532-2346 to schedule a consult with Dr. Marie at Comprehensive […]

Sugar and Food Addiction and What To Do About It In 30 Days

On March 16, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Dr. Dino Pappas

Sugar & Food Addiction Hello, my name is Dr. Dino Pappas and I’m a sugar addict.  Not what you were expecting was it? Don’t laugh, because you are probably addicted to sugar too.  Estimates indicate that 70% of the nation is overweight, so it’s not a stretch that millions are sugar addicts too. You see […]

Type 2 Diabetes: Can Complementary & Alternative Medicine Help You?

On January 28, 2014, in Dr. Marie Tholl, Integrated Medicine, Internal Health, Nutrition, by Dr. Dino Pappas

The Problem Houston we’ve got a problem!  In fact, we’ve got a really, really big problem. Every passing day the population gets bigger and bigger and our health habits get worse and worse.  Today’s greatest challenge is a sedentary lifestyle and obesity. The new face of the American health care landscape is modifiable risk factors such […]

Gastric Reflux: Are Antacids and Proton Pump Inhibitors Like Prilosec Really the Answer?

On May 13, 2013, in Integrated Medicine, Internal Health, by Dr. Dino Pappas

One of the problems that we see in the office on a regular basis is gastric reflux.  For those that don’t know, gastric reflux is the presence of stomach acid in the esophagus.  This means that stomach acid has left the stomach, a place where it should normally belong, and has traveled into the esophagus. […]

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