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Christopher Cirino

I began my career as a physician more than 20 years ago to provide quality, evidence-based care. My training was in infectious diseases and internal medicine, for which I am board-certified. In 2019, I formed Your Health Forum to "get the doctor and the patient out of the clinic" and to start collaborating on nurturing positive behaviors to protect against chronic diseases.

Becoming Tomorrow's Doctor is scheduled for publication on March 31, 2022. The website was created to highlight topics that current and future doctors will need to consider in their practice.

Colon Cancer and Its Relationship to Lifestyle and the Microbiome

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Global deaths attributable to diabetes and colon cancer are on the incline over the last 20 years, increasing by 90% and 57%, respectively. Colorectal cancer affects approximately 1 out of every 23 […]

Is Dementia Preventable and Reversible?

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Introduction: Definition of Alzheimer’s Dementia Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. The characteristic findings for Alzheimer’s are amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles. Amyloid plaques occur due to abnormally high […]

Cervical Cancer: A Call for Prevention

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Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer affecting women worldwide, and it is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women. The WHO projects that the number of cases will increase from […]

5 Guilt-Free Desserts Even Sweet Tooths Will Love!

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Who doesn’t love good desserts? It doubles the special treat if they are guilt-free, am I right? Well, here are 5 delicious guilt-free desserts that even sweet-tooth people will love. Who said […]

The Evolution of the Approach to Mental Health: Towards a More Preventive Strategy

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The pandemic has given us a lot to think about regarding mental health. Already on an incline, the rates of depression and anxiety have increased over the last few years.

Psychiatry is on the reactive side of mental health, addressing issues as people present with more serious conditions.

The ACEs study showed an association of trauma with mental and physical health impacts. Envisioning preventive strategies could start at the pregnancy, address parenting approaches, and enhance community and scholastic programs.

Medications have limited efficacy. A multi-pronged preventive approach will likely be the most effective.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and the Rise of Chronic Diseases

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I have worked in a prison for the last seven months. Nearly everyone who I have seen for clinic visits has reported some degree of trauma in their childhood. Studies corroborate this […]

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