Take control of your health: Learn more about our Plant-Based Nutrition CertificateLearn more about our Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate

Thomas M. Campbell II, MD, is the Medical Director of the University of Rochester Weight Management and Lifestyle Center at Highland Hospital where he works with individuals and groups to lose weight and prevent and treat illness through diet and lifestyle. In addition to teaching and working with patients, Dr. Campbell helps direct a cutting-edge research program at Highland Hospital that is investigating the use of nutrition as a therapeutic tool in advanced cancer and other chronic diseases. A board certified family physician and graduate of Cornell University, Dr. Campbell is author of The China Study Solution (The Campbell Plan in hardcover) and co-author, with his father T. Colin Campbell, PhD, of The China Study, a worldwide bestseller.

Dr. Campbell received his medical degree from the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and completed residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Rochester, Highland Hospital. He has published in the Permanente Journal, Journal of Geriatric Cardiology, the Israel Medical Association Journal and in CME publications Primary Care Reports and Integrative Medicine Alert. He has completed multiple marathons.

Alcohol: 16 Reasons to Rethink Your Drink

Alcohol: 16 Reasons to Rethink Your Drink

Light, moderate or high risk drinking? Research indicates there may be hazards associated with increased levels of alcohol consumption.


Animal Protein Linked to Death

Animal Protein Linked to Death

Significant findings reported in a JAMA Internal Medicine article Association of Animal and Plant Protein Intake With All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality.


Should I Be Tested? Ask These 4 Questions First

Should I Be Tested? Ask These 4 Questions First

Tom Campbell, MD presents some very important points, not often discussed by medical professionals, which could save you time, money and unnecessary grief.


Preventing and Treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Preventing and Treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

To prevent and treat erectile dysfunction (ED), step away from the steak, hot dogs, and chicken wings and try some beans, fruit, vegetables and exercise.


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