Dr. James Kornberg graduated from MIT with a B.S. and M.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. He also went to Harvard to earn a Doctor of Science in Environmental Engineering and in addition, enrolled in Dartmouth Medical School where he earned his M.D. degree. Dr. Kornberg is board-certified in Occupational and Environmental Medicine under the American Board of Preventive Medicine and is a fellow in the American College of Preventive Medicine. For the past 25 years, Dr. Kornberg has successfully developed and operated a multi-disciplinary environmental engineering and medical consulting firm.
At present, Dr. Kornberg is President and Medical Director of COHBI Physicians, P.C. (Comprehensive Occupational Health for Business and Industry) located in Colorado. Although he has retired from direct patient care, Dr. Kornberg continues to engage in a wide assortment of interesting and challenging environmental and occupational health problems. For 38 years, Dr. Kornberg was a dear friend and colleague of the late Eugene Mallove.
Dr. James Kornberg, an expert in environmental health, shared his view of the current epidemic of asthma and other auto-immune diseases. Many of these illnesses are brought on when the body reacts against itself, he said (such as in the case of Lupus, the cause of which is still not fully understood). He also discussed occupational and environmental lung ailments such as those that can occur from the vapors involved in welding. In the home, Kornberg said that "inadequate ventilation" is a major problem, as proper ventilation is needed to get contaminants out. Home testing kits are now available for diagnosing specific problems, he noted. He also suggested that if purchasing chemical products from a hardware store, one ask for the "Material Safety Data Sheet," which can provide important information to protect oneself.Kornberg, a close friend of the late Eugene Mallove, said that at this time it is still believed his death was the result of a robbery gone awry, rather than an atte ... More »Host: George Noory
Friday night's program was a special tribute rebroadcast of researcher Dr. Eugene Mallove from 2/3/04 discussing new energy concepts. The first hour featured brief interviews with Joanne Mallove and Dr. James Kornberg on the life and work of Dr. Mallove, as well as live Open Lines. ... More »Host: George Noory