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    Social Anxiety Disorder: A Case Study Assessing the Effect of Mindfulness & Acceptance-Based Therapy

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    The Cytokine Connection to Insomnia

    Mary Bove, ND Excerpts from lecture notes for presentation at upcoming Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine, April 10 – 12, 2015 at SCNM in Tempe, Arizona www.botanicalmedicine.org Can inflammation and

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    Christina Bjorndal, ND For many, eating disorders start subtly, such as hearing a peer make a side comment about the person’s weight, or observing a parent struggle with body image.

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    The Body Doesn’t Lie Focusing on the Physical Symptoms of Mental Illness

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    Cortisol & Depression Identifying Pattern Differences

    James L. Wilson, ND, PhD The World Health Organization lists depression as one of the leading causes of disability worldwide.1 It is well known that stress can precipitate major depression

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    Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND This is a story about process, not result. I just took the case yesterday in front of a 3rd-year homeopathy class here in Toronto. I have

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    Alternative and Complementary Therapy Options JOHN HAHN, DPM, ND Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that can occur after exposure to extreme traumatic events, such as natural disasters

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    Treating Depression

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    Justin Gallant, ND, BKin While taking a thorough health history, I always ask my patients the golden question, “What happened right before this condition came on?” Time and time again,

  • Elucidating PANDAS

    Follow-Up Discussion of an Immune-Mediated Mental Illness STEVEN RONDEAU, ND, BCIA-EEG PANDAS is an acronym for “Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Streptococcus.” This condition, which was initially identified by

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    A Naturopathic Approach AMANDA HEGNAUER, ND The most appropriate way to start breaking down the definition of Addison’s disease is to first look at the pathophysiological aspect of the adrenal

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    October Update #1 Paul Herscu, ND, MPH It has been 2 weeks since I posted the September Ebolavirus 2014 Outbreak, comments, and outlook; a great deal has taken place since

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    A Case Report and Literature Review Student Scholarship – 2nd Place Case Study Amanda Watters, NMS Richard Barrett, ND Otitis media with effusion (OME), or the presence of middle-ear effusion

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    Mark Davis, ND Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is the process of introducing fecal flora from a healthy donor to the gastrointestinal (GI) tract of another person – typically an individual

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    Decker Weiss, NMD, FASA  It is estimated that, worldwide, approximately 2 million children under the age of 5 die from dehydration as a result from gastroenteritis; this accounts for 18%

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  • Meditation: Classifications, Mechanisms, and Clinical Applications

    Craig S. Mehrmann, BSc The term “meditation” encompasses a broad variety of mental-training practices that vary among cultures and traditions, ranging from techniques designed to promote physical health, relaxation, and

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    Mindful Eating and Weight Management Christopher Knee, ND, MSc The prevalence of overweight and obesity has increased dramatically in recent decades. Currently, about 34% of adults in the United States

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    Benefits, Barriers, and Recommendations Leslie Solomonian, ND Benefits of Physical Activity Physical activity has wide-reaching benefits for children, including improving body composition, academic performance, self-esteem, and bone mass. Physical activity

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    Christina Bjorndal, ND For many, eating disorders start subtly, such as hearing a peer make a side comment about the person’s weight, or observing a parent struggle with body image.

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