In connection with ACSH, she has supervised numerous publications on nutrition related issues, participated in a variety of television and radio programs e. g. on CNN and NPR and published letters and opinion pieces in the San Diego Times Union, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and a variety of other media outlets. Dr. Kava received an MS and PhD from Columbia University in New York City. She is also a Registered Dietitian, having completed an internship at the New York Hospital now the Weil Cornell Hospital. Her research interests include obesity, type 2 diabetes and pregnancy, and she has published on these topics in several journals, including Diabetes, the Journal of Nutrition, and Obesity Facts. Dr. Ruth Kava has been associated with the American Council on Science and Health for over a decade first as Director of Nutrition, and more recently as Senior Fellow in Nutrition. In connection with ACSH, she has supervised numerous publications on nutrition related issues, participated in a variety of television and radio programs e. g.
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I give them many supplements loaded with omega’s and antioxidants, coconut oil is another great nutritional supplement and it taste’s great. I am obsessed with the stuff. French bulldogs yorkies and sphynx cats. Yorkies get yeasty ears. So I once a week use coconut oil in there ears. Frenchies need it on there muzzle and nose in the creases and around there tail also on there foot pads. My sphynx get it in ears on there deep soiled area and stinky bums. but by far as a groomer if I have severe itchy skin I bath 90% dry slather in coconut oil wrap in a warm towel out of dryer. Let them lick a little no big deal and set at least 20 min wash with detergent free shampoo. By my third treatment red inflamed skin is turning pink swelling going down. My clients are dragged by there dog to my door.