Featured articles from Symbiosis, The Teleosis Institute’s journal on environmental health and other topics.
Endocrine Disruptors and Personal Health — Vol 4, No 1
- There is Medicine in These Waters
Joel Kreisberg, DC, MA examines the pharmaceutical pollution of drinking water.
- What You Can Do About Hormone Disrupting Chemicals
Marianne Marchese, ND talks about ways to avoid hormone disrupting compounds.
- The Green Health Care Program
About The Green Health Care Program
Food, Health, and Healing — Vol 3, No 3
- Can Medicine Learn from Organic Agriculture?
Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH asks, “What would medicine be like if it had goals similar to those of organic agriculture?”
- Food as Ecological Medicine
Bonita Ford, MA discusses the importance of healthy food and sustainable food production.
Healthy Earth, Healing Eating — Vol 3, No 2
- Healthy Earth, Healthy Eating – Part 2
Candice Chase, PhD continues her examination of human wellness in part 2 of this 2-part series.
Healthy Earth, Healing Eating — Vol 3, No 1
- Healthy Earth, Healthy Eating – Part 1
Candice Chase, PhD says human wellness depends on the health of the earth in part 1 of this 2-part series.
Mercury in Health Care: Dangers & Alternatives — Vol 2, No 3
- What is ‘Sustainable Healthcare’?
Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH shares his views on what comprises sustainable healthcare.
Economics and Ecology of Health Care — Vol 2, No 2
- Economics, Energy and the Ecology of Healthcare
Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH examines the economics of energy and medicine.
Healing and the Ecological Literacy — Vol 1, No 2
- Healing and Ecological Literacy
Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH discusses the complexities of healing.
Ecologically Sustainable Medicine — Vol 1, No 1
- Healing Without Harm: Ecologically Sustainable Medicine
An interview with The Teleosis Foundation’s Executive Director, Joel Kreisberg, DC, CCH.
Symbiosis: The Journal of Ecologically Sustainable Medicine is a publication of and copyright by The Teleosis Foundation. Teleosis Institute is dedicated to reducing healthcare’s footprint while broadening its ecological vision. Teleosis provides education, tools and resources for health professionals in support of a new model of improved environmental and human health called Green Health Care. For more information visit, www.teleosis.org or contact, email@example.com.