Amy Shah, M.D.

Amy Shah, M.D.

Amy Shah, M.D., is a premier medical doctor specializing in food allergies, hormones and gut health. Dr. Shah graduated Magna Cum Laude from Cornell University's world renowned school of nutrition. She went on to receive her Medical Doctorate with Distinction. Dr. Shah completed her Medicine Residency at Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Medical Center. She then continued training in Allergy & Immunology at Columbia University's New York Presbyterian Medical Center. She now has a thriving medical practice with over 5000 patient visits a year. She has a special interest in integrative medicine and has started her new site: www.amyshahmd.com where she teaches, and coaches individuals interested in the integrative approach. She has appeared on multiple national media shows and magazines on these subjects.

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What science says about reaching for OJ or Airborne at the first sign of the sniffles.
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We asked experts to break down the real risks of not relieving yourself.
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