David Biederman, APRN-CNP

David Biederman, APRN-CNP
A family nurse practitioner and writer. David has extensive clinical experience as the sole provider at a primary care office and experience working at a retail clinic, doing home visits and telehealth, and working as a private duty nurse. He maintains clinical expertise and credentials as a registered nurse and family nurse practitioner. David's academic background includes a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Science in Nursing, where he received a graduate fellowship.

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    • How Much Ginseng Should You Take?

      How Much Ginseng Should You Take?

      Deanne Rachelle B. Mantuano, RND, RD

      Ginseng, a revered herb in traditional medicine for centuries, has gained popularity in the West for its potential health benefits. But with so many varieties and conflicting information, a common...

      How Much Ginseng Should You Take?

      Deanne Rachelle B. Mantuano, RND, RD

      Ginseng, a revered herb in traditional medicine for centuries, has gained popularity in the West for its potential health benefits. But with so many varieties and conflicting information, a common...

    • Why should you take L-theanine?

      Why should you take L-theanine?

      Kristina Zuna

      L-theanine is a special amino acid that you can find in tea leaves (of the Camellia sinensis plant). Scientific studies have shown that supplementation with L-theanine helps you sleep better, be less anxious, relax,...

      Why should you take L-theanine?

      Kristina Zuna

      L-theanine is a special amino acid that you can find in tea leaves (of the Camellia sinensis plant). Scientific studies have shown that supplementation with L-theanine helps you sleep better, be less anxious, relax,...

    • Do NMN supplements increase the risk of cancer?

      Do NMN supplements increase the risk of cancer?

      Kristina Zuna

      NMN or nicotinamide mononucleotide is a safe and well-tolerated dietary supplement. Our bodies produce NMN in small amounts and use it to make NAD+, an energy molecule.  Supplementing our bodies...

      Do NMN supplements increase the risk of cancer?

      Kristina Zuna

      NMN or nicotinamide mononucleotide is a safe and well-tolerated dietary supplement. Our bodies produce NMN in small amounts and use it to make NAD+, an energy molecule.  Supplementing our bodies...

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