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  • The Smell of Pain

    The Power of Olfaction in the Relief of Pain Sarah A. LoBisco, ND According to the American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM), millions of Americans suffer from pain. In fact,

  • Topical Castor Oil

    An Age-Old Remedy Provides Powerful Pain Relief Emily Telfair, ND My personal relationship with the castor plant began over 8 years ago when I was gifted a small castor seedling

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    Physical Medicine for Migraine

    A Case Study Shows the Power of Cervical Adjustments and Trigger-Point Release Student Scholarship – Honorable Mention Case Study Robyn Prescott, BA, BINM Alana Shaw, bsc, ND According to the

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    Glutamine

    A Solution for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy? Student Scholarship – Honorable Mention Case Study Malea MacOdrum, NCNM Loch chandler, ND, Msom, lac Peripheral neuropathy is a serious and often treatment-limiting side

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    Articular Neurology

    How Osseous Manipulation Helps Joint Pain – A Neurological Explanation Nick Buratovich, NMD In the greater modality of physical medicine, osseous manipulation lies within the practice of manual medicine. Manual

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    Adverse Childhood Trauma

    Setting the Stage for Chronic Pain  Paul Epstein, ND Node Smith “When any experience of body, heart, or mind keeps repeating in consciousness, it is a signal that this visitor

  • Removing Obstacles to Cure in Pain Syndromes

    Naturopathic Perspective Jeff Harris, ND In his book The Neurobiology of Peripheral Nerve Regeneration,1 Professor Douglas Zochodne states: “Neuropathic pain is a severe and debilitating pain that can render patients

  • The Psychological Aspect of Pain

    Tolle Totum Iva Lloyd, BScH, RPE, ND It is common to think of chronic pain from a structural or functional perspective. What is not as common, but is equally important,

  • Caffeine’s Contradictory Role in Headaches

    Tolle Causam Marnie Loomis, ND Kayla Preece Ears inevitably perk up when caffeine is mentioned. For many, caffeine plays such an important daily role that people feel a sense of

  • The “No Flush” Niacin Folly

    The Expert Report : Interview with Joseph M. Keenan, MD Mark Swanson, ND Wax-Matrix Extended-Release Niacin vs “No-Flush” Inositol-Hexanicotinate Niacin is one amazing vitamin. It is best known for its powerful

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  • Treating Depression

    Naturopathic Strategies for Successful Outcomes Todd Born, ND Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. According the World Health Organization (WHO), depression affects about 350 million people.1 Untreated depression

  • For the Love of Food

    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

  • Trusting a Space of Not Knowing

    Stop, Look Both Ways, and Proceed with Caution Student Scholarship – Honorable Mention Case Study Node Smith, NCNM Leslie Nicholas, ND Vis Medicatrix Naturae. The healing power of nature. For

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  • 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

  • Addison’s Disease

    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

  • Autoimmunity and the Gut

    How Intestinal Inflammation Contributes to Autoimmune Disease JENNY BERG, ND, LAC KELLY BAKER, ND, LAC The incidence of autoimmune diseases has been on the rise. The National Institutes of Health

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  • Otitis Media With Effusion

    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

  • Hyperthermia

    A Promising Cancer Therapy Student Scholarship – 2nd Place Research Review Erin Rurak, NMS Gurdev Parmar, ND, FABNO Fever is an evolutionary-conserved immune system response to infection that is present

  • Energy is Information

    How It Affects Susceptibility to Infection Emily Chan, ND Taylor McHugh, BA “The field is the governing agency of the particle.” (Albert Einstein) Or, is the particle the governing agency

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  • Spirituality in Clinical Practice

    Deborah Frances, RN, ND It is always the Spirits who heal. Many times the Spirit directed me what to do for people. I depended on prayer a lot. I am

  • Common Arrhythmias Encountered in Primary Practice

    A Naturopathic Perspective Emily A. Kane, ND, LAc There’s a saying among cardiologists that rate is easier to control than rhythm. One of the problems with arrhythmias is that the

  • Managing Essential Hypertension

    A Review of Evidence-Based Strategies Elaine Lewis, HBSc, ND Monique Aucoin, BMSc, ND Kieran Cooley, Bsc, ND, MSC CAND Primary hypertension (HTN) is one of the most prevalent and preventable

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  • Simeons Protocol

    Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and Ongoing Exploration of the Treatment—Part 1 Shaida Sina, NMD So, how does human chorionic gonadotropin work on fat stores? First, it is best to review some

  • sT3 and Low Body Temperature

    The Expert Report Interview With Michaël Friedman, ND Mark Swanson, ND My special guest for this issue of The Expert Report is Michaël Friedman, ND, clinician, teacher, mentor, specialist in

  • Environmental Hormone Disruption

    Restoring the Endocrine and Neurological System Damaged by Toxins Heather Wdowin, NMD We are concerned about the environment, and we are concerned about the lives of our people and you

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  • For the Love of Food

    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

  • Trusting a Space of Not Knowing

    Stop, Look Both Ways, and Proceed with Caution Student Scholarship – Honorable Mention Case Study Node Smith, NCNM Leslie Nicholas, ND Vis Medicatrix Naturae. The healing power of nature. For

  • The Abdominal Compress

    According to Kneipp and Priessnitz Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE Not the cold but the body heat, produced by the reaction to cold water, is the healing factor. -Vincent Priessnitz (Lust,

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  • Spirituality in Clinical Practice

    Deborah Frances, RN, ND It is always the Spirits who heal. Many times the Spirit directed me what to do for people. I depended on prayer a lot. I am

  • Common Arrhythmias Encountered in Primary Practice

    A Naturopathic Perspective Emily A. Kane, ND, LAc There’s a saying among cardiologists that rate is easier to control than rhythm. One of the problems with arrhythmias is that the

  • Managing Essential Hypertension

    A Review of Evidence-Based Strategies Elaine Lewis, HBSc, ND Monique Aucoin, BMSc, ND Kieran Cooley, Bsc, ND, MSC CAND Primary hypertension (HTN) is one of the most prevalent and preventable

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  • Treating Depression

    Naturopathic Strategies for Successful Outcomes Todd Born, ND Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. According the World Health Organization (WHO), depression affects about 350 million people.1 Untreated depression

  • For the Love of Food

    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

  • From Supercal … to fragilistic

    Understanding the Undergraduate David J. Schleich, PhD The fuss and rattle about declining cohorts of undergraduates may turn out to be a bit more alarmist than warranted. Broadly-announced trends about

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  • The Orienting Response

    A Powerful Way to Cultivate Health Brad S. Lichtenstein, ND, BCB On Christmas Day, Sally, an energetic 45-year-old mother of 3, all under the age of 10, woke with a

  • The Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial

    Neither selenium nor vitamin E reduces the risk of prostate cancer Jacob Schor, ND In a recent publication of their analysis of the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial

  • Let There Be Light

    Diverse applications for low-level laser therapy in oncology practice Katherine Neubauer, ND   Heliotherapy, the therapeutic use of sunlight, has long been a core treatment in naturopathic medicine. Current understanding

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  • Sportin’ Life

    Conventional and CAM Treatments for Osgood-Schlatter Disease Katie Baker, ND, LMP Osgood-Schlatter (OS) disease is the inflammation of the apophysis (cartilage growth plate) of the tibial tuberosity, caused by excessive

  • The Matridonal Remedies

    Vis Medicatrix Naturae Angelica Lemke, ND The “Matridonal Remedies” are an underutilized subset of homeopathic sarcodes (remedies made from human tissue) that I have found to be very useful for

  • Sensory Integration Disorder

    The Hidden Handicap Jillian Stansbury, ND Sensory Integration Disorder (SID), also known as Sensory Integration Dysfunction or Sensory Processing Disorder, is a neurological condition involving an inability to integrate sensory

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  • Spirituality in Clinical Practice

    Deborah Frances, RN, ND It is always the Spirits who heal. Many times the Spirit directed me what to do for people. I depended on prayer a lot. I am

  • Balancing a Symphony of Hormones

    One Woman’s Journey Rian Shah, ND Carla came to see me one bright morning as a new patient. Her main complaints were night sweats, hot flashes so bad as to

  • Female Infertility

    Applying Therapeutic Order to Assessment and Treatment Kimberly Windstar, MEd, ND Corina Dunlap, ND Cand A 29-year-old female was referred to our clinic for infertility treatment after she and her

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