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We bring functional and conventional medicine together.
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134 Franklin Corner Road, Suite 101B, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

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Knowledge Is powerful medicine. Read our blog for the latest news on functional medicine and updates from PIH.

Why Medical Marijuana?

Why would someone want to get “high” to get well? Yes, marijuana has strains that can get you “high,” yet many do not give you a head high. They heal your body and get you out of pain. Plant medicine goes back thousands of years; cannabis grows on every continent. You can use every part of the plant, leaves and roots. THC is marijuana’s main mind-altering chemical compound that makes people “high.” CBD, CBN and CBG heal without giving that head high.

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Dementia

The 7 Risk Factors for Cognitive Decline

Cognitive decline, or dementia, is a hot topic these days as the baby boomer generation—almost 80 million people born between 1946 and 1964—approaches the magic age of 65, when dementia symptoms most commonly develop. Dementia is an economic burden that already costs our nation more than $275 billion annually. But most important, dementia is a devastating physical, mental and emotional burden for sufferers and their families.

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On Top of the World with Denise Manheimer

There was a time, not that long ago, when climbing a few flights of stairs had become a challenge for mountain-climbing enthusiast Denise Manheimer. As a nurse and an athlete most of her life, the 26-year-old certainly knew something was not quite right. Was it just fatigue or something more serious?

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Types of Sugar

Quiz: How Much Sugar Is Too Much Sugar?

For years, health experts have urged and begged us to consume less sugar. Sadly, their advice is falling on deaf ears. Consider this: In 1700, the average person consumed 1.25 teaspoons of sugar a day. By 1900, that soared to 28 teaspoons daily. And in 2009, half of our country was gulping down an astounding 56.75 teaspoons of sugar every day. That’s a lot of sugar!

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Less Weight. Less Clutter. More Balance.

Marcia Wolf’s Journey to a Better Night’s Sleep

Marcia Wolf came to Princeton Integrative Health looking for answers—and a better night’s sleep. No matter what sleep remedies she tried, she continued to wake up at the same time every night and could not easily fall back to sleep. As a healthcare recruiter, she knew where to turn for help, yet the middle-aged Lawrenceville woman could barely function by the end of a long work day.

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