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Revolution Health Blog by Brad Jacobs MD

Brad Jacobs MD, an integrative medicine physician, has a great blog through Revolution Health. The site, Dr. Brad's Conventional & Alternative Medicine, canvasses topics from managing job stress, to work-life balance, to specific evidence concerning dietary supplements, to yoga for sleep, to improving heart health through whole grains.

Dr. Brad Jacbos is Senior Medical Director at Revolution Health. He is board-certified in internal medicine and has studied acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, yoga and martial arts. He is recognized as a national leader in Integrative Medicine, and Health and Wellness. Prior to coming to Revolution Health, he was the Founding Medical Director for the University of California-San Francisco Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. In his blog, he offers his perspective on combining the best of Conventional and Alternative Medicine, on Healthy Aging, and on achieving Work-Life Balance admidst our busy lives in the 21st Century.

Dr. Brad Jacobs is also a colleague and friend, and has our very best wishes for success with his innovative professional endeavors at Revolution Health.
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