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Objective Clinical Studies Should Compare Marijuana Against Alcohol

This letter was originally published in the WestField Leader on Thursday, January 30, 2014. To Governor Christie: Persian and Medical Approaches to Marijuana Legalization, What’s behind this steamrolling momentum to dramatically increase the availability of marijuana? In large part, it’s because we have entered the era of post-modernism which is, when exposed, simply a form […]

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Westfield Doctor Asks, Should You Take Multivitamins?

This article was originally published in the Westfield Leader.  Recently, two clinical studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine made big time headlines. They reported that multivitamins had no beneficial effect on cognitive function and cardiovascular disease. Previously, in the same journal, there was a review article of 26 clinical studies on the effects of vitamins and minerals in various conditions the results of […]

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The Cardiovascular Promise of Vitamin E is Still Alive: Here’s Why and Here’s What to Do.

In the early 80’s, animal studies supported the idea that vitamin E can prevent heart attacks and stroke. In rodents and piglets this vitamin caused a dramatic reduction of arterial plaque size. In the early 90’s large clinical studies reported that vitamin E did indeed cause a reduction in cardiovascular events. It was believed that […]

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Magnesium and Diabetic Patients: Should You take it?

Over 25 years ago I became somewhat curious about magnesium as companion to carnitine for the treatment of coronary heart disease. As chance would have it, a company approached me with a patented magnesium formulation and asked me to find a company which would develop it- not an easy task in those days, let alone […]

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A Faulty Carnitine Clinical Study

Dr. Stephen L. DeFelice responded to the clinical study claiming that carnitine can cause heart disease. Take a look at his response.

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A Personal Note to Congressman Lance for A National Cure Policy

Dear Congressman Lance, I salute you for your support of MODDERN, the Modernizing Our Drug and Diagnostic and Regulatory Network Cures Act. I noticed the word “cures” is in the title. I’m sure you’re aware that our track record for finding cures for disease and disabilities is a pretty abysmal one. One major and puzzling […]

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Dr. Stephen L. DeFelice Awarded with Marconi Science Award

      UNICO National, the largest Italian American Service Organization in America honored Dr. Stephen L. DeFelice with the annual Marconi Science Award last week, sending out this press release and honoring Dr. DeFelice to at their annual conference.      UNICO National Honors Dr. Stephen L. DeFelice of Westfield, NJ with Marconi Science […]

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Exercise, Mental Stress, Risk of a Heart Attack and Carnitine: Special Note to Diabetics

Though discovered awhile back, few are aware that when the oxygen supply to your heart is dangerously low due to coronary artery blockage- the step before both a fatal and non-fatal heart attack – oftentimes you don’t know it! When I trained as a doctor we were taught that when the heart’s blood supply was […]

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Carnitine, Coronary Heart Disease-Myocardial Ischemia and Diabetes

Carnitine is a naturally occurring extremely safe substance found in most human cells. It is, by far, the most widely researched cardiac nutraceutical regarding how it protects the heart against a lack of oxygen which occurs before a non-fatal or fatal heart attack. Doctors refer to this lack of oxygen as myocardial ischemia. Here’s how […]

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The Constitutionalization of the Supreme Court: A Proposal

The Supreme Court, unchallenged, has removed God from the public square and redefined marriage radically changing American social and religious values by highly questionable Constitutional interpretations. Because of the monumental impact of such decisions, we are entitled, nay, obligated to ask what’s going on with the nine justices. For example, let’s take Justice Kennedy, a […]

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