Eric Gordon, MD on Using the Molekule Air Purifier in Our Office

Patients at GMA are uniquely sensitive to many things, and odors, scents, and air pollution are often one of the biggest issues they deal with. Though we have searched for air purifiers that helped our patients, we never had one that we were truly satisfied with. Until now.

We first heard about Molekule Air Purification from our patients. It almost sounded too good to be true. We found the PECO units do not filter, absorb, or block toxins in the air. The PECO technology literally takes the toxins apart, down to the molecular level. PECO is an innovative technology that utilizes free radicals—the same radicals used to kill cancer cells—to oxidize pollutants. By using nanotechnology, PECO is able to destroy pollutants 1000 times smaller than traditional HEPA filters (0.1 nanometers versus 300 nanometers). Toxins are broken down into carbon dioxide, water, and trace elements.

Our most sensitive staff, along with several who participated in Molekule’s beta study, all had notable positive results.

Find out more about Molekule.

Learn about the special on Molekule for GMA patients and friends.


I wish every room I go to had a Molekule Air Purifier in it.

Asha with her Molekule Air Purifier


I’ve never come across a better air purifier than Molekule. On top of that, it is a beautiful design. I started calling her Mo, since she felt like my new best friend.

I live in a house with 2 cats. My roomie is also redesigning the kitchen, so there is extra dust floating around. When I brought my Molekule into my room it automatically made me breath better. I had no idea how polluted my air was in my house till I brought the air purifier in. I was surprised to find out that indoor air is 5x more polluted than outdoor air.

I started waking up earlier, with more energy and less congested. I kept the Molekule on while I slept, and it seemed to make me sleep deeper. Usually I wake up tired, and I was waking up with extra energy. My bedroom feels like a sanctuary.

I brought my Molekule to the office, and everyone in the office noticed the difference in air quality. When someone who was sick came into the office, it felt like I was protected by the Molekule.

I highly recommend the Molekule, and believe there is no other air purifier out there that compares. I wish every room I go to had a Molekule in it.

Asha Baxter – GMA Body Technichian


GMA has a Special Offer on the Molekule PECO Air Purifier for GMA patients and friends. Find out more and request your discount!


Air Pollution Effects on Cognitive Ability: What Can You Do About It?

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You probably already know that air pollution has an impact on the lungs, making it more difficult to breathe, and even triggering asthma and other respiratory issues. You may have also noticed that you are more tired on days when the air pollution levels are high.

Did you know that air pollution can also affect your ability to think well and remember things? Research is discovering the impact of air pollution, especially particulate matter (PM) and ozone, on the central nervous system and the brain. It has been connected with developmental issues in children, and the development of vascular dementia, Alzheimer’s diseaseParkinson’s disease, and loss of brain mass and cognitive abilities in adults.

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Google has a new app that can map air quality street by street

Google has been working on a new app that will map air quality street by street. Currently only available with info on Oakland, but the plan is to expand over time. Check out the interactive map. It looks  like some of the info could be generalized, like the increase in levels on major streets and highways.

We’ve been mapping air quality with Street View cars since 2014. Today, with our partners EDF and Aclima, we’re announcing the results of this effort for…

Announcement For Gathering Participants For Study Of The Needs Of Persons With Environmental Sensitivities

Women with Environmental Sensitivities

The James Madison University Environmental Sensitivities Research Team is inviting adults aged 21 and over who have experienced environmental sensitivities (chemical and/or electrical) to participate in on online study of how their needs are being met as they grow older with sensitivities.

If you are interested in participating, please click on the link below to see the consent form and learn more about the study. If you are unable to complete the survey online, you are welcome to request a hard copy that can be mailed to you. To request a hard copy please email or call 540-568-6195 and leave a message with you name (clearly stated) and your complete address.

Thank you ahead to everyone who helps me with this study.

To take the survey online, copy this url into your browser:

Pamela Gibson, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology
James Madison University, MSC 7704
Harrisonburg, VA 22807


STINK! Chemical Toxicity Video free online through Monday, October 31

The video is no longer available for free. Go to the homepage to find out other options for viewing.

The movie the chemical industry doesn’t want you to see!

STINK! opens with a foul smell and a pair of kids pajamas. And a single father trying to find out what that smell could possibly be. But instead of getting a straight answer, director Jon Whelan stumbles on an even bigger issue in America, which is that some products on our store shelves are not safe — by design.

Find out more about the video and where to see it streaming online here: STINK!


Helping the Unusually Sensitive Patient to Heal

The Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness Today
Friday, September 18, at 2 PM Pacific

Helping the Unusually Sensitive Patient to Heal

Today, I am delighted to bring back to our program, my friend and colleague, Dr. Wayne Anderson. We are putting on a symposium later this month on the subject of diagnosing and treating the extremely sensitive patient. We are seeing more and more patients who cannot tolerate the typical doses of medications, supplements, and even homeopathics. This broadcast will be devoted to understand how this happens and how we can help those patients to heal.
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The Discovery of a New Worm Closely Linked to CFS, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities

The Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness Today
Friday, July 25, at 2 PM Pacific

The Discovery of a New Worm Closely Linked to CFS, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities

Today we have the pleasure of talking with Dr. Larry Klapow who has spent the past 15+ years with the discovery of a unique microscopic worm (nematode) which he has shown to be clearly involved in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and Fibromyalgia. Dr. Klapow will help us to understand how this worm was found and review his research into its medical importance.

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Larry Klapow on Varestrongylus klapowii (VK) postponed to July 24

Dr. Klapow was planning to be on Dr. Nathan’s talk radio program next week, June 26 to speak about the Varestrongylus klapowii (VK) research he is doing with Gordon Medical. He is unable to do the show on the 26th, so it has been rescheduled for July 24, 2015. We know you are all looking forward to this talk, so be sure to mark your calendars! If you do happen to miss the show when it is on the air, all of Dr. Nathan’s show are available through his archives to listen via your computer, or to download as a podcast.

Dr. Eric Gordon will be taking Dr. Klapow’s place on the show next week. More information on this coming soon.


New Treatments for Methylation and Chronic Illness

The Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness Today
Friday, May 29, at 2 PM Pacific

New Treatments for Methylation and Chronic Illness

I am delighted to be joined today by Alan Vinitsky, MD who has extensive experience treating chronic illness, with a particular interest in understanding and treating the autonomic nervous system, environmental exposures, hormonal dysfunction and nutritional deficiencies. He has some new insights into imbalances in methylation and will bring this into today’s discussion.

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