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Dr. Obianuju Helen Okoye is a U.S. health care consultant with a medical degree, an MBA in healthcare management, and a masters in epidemiology/public health. Her background includes being a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Research Fellow, and State of Michigan HIV/AIDS epidemiologist.

She has a plethora of clinical research experience and has presented at U.S. and international medical conferences. Dr. Okoye has authored some publications, such as the impact of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act on medical tourism in the U.S., the Market Analysis on U.S. Health Reform (Impact on Supply and Demand for Health Care Services), and on lessons learned from the Ebola epidemic. Dr. Okoye’s interests include disease prevention, empowering under-served communities globally, bridging access (to) and streamlining the delivery of healthcare services.

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Could the bacteria in your gut be the key to your anemia?
An essential part to Paleo is making sure that you are getting the right amount of key nutrients like iron. What's the gut's role in all this? Find out...
By O. H. Okoye
Could Dopamine Be the Key to Health and Happiness?
Studies found that certain neurotransmitters in the brain, like dopamine, are key to your happiness. Find out which Paleo foods boost your dopamine levels.
By O. H. Okoye
Organic Produce, GMOs and Herbicides
Whether or not herbicides harm the human population, our idea of organic products may not be entirely true. Learn how organics may actually be GMOs.
By O. H. Okoye
Refined Carbohydrates May Increase Your Risk of Depression
A recent study conducted at Columbia University showed consuming refined carbohydrates such as white bread and pasta increases the risk of depression.
By O. H. Okoye
Hunger Pangs? Need to Lose Weight? Try This Vegetable
Studies suggest a diet high in thylakoids from plants such as spinach will decrease food intake, and prevent the need to snack randomly during the day.
By O. H. Okoye
Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The Magic Pill for Healthy Living?
The health benefits of extra virgin olive oil cannot be overstated, especially when it comes to the heart. But is EVOO the magic pill for healthy living?
By O. H. Okoye
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