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    MANCHESTER, England – Researchers at the University of Manchester say they are close to developing new therapies for controlling the human body’s response to allergies and parasitic worm infections. The

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    Charles “Mac” Powell, PhD, becomes the fourth president in the institution’s history. Charles “Mac” Powell, PhD After an extensive nationwide search, Bastyr University selects Charles “Mac” Powell, PhD, as its

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    STANFORD, Calif. – Meditation helps reduce mind-wandering and encourages caring and benevolent behavior, according to new research from Stanford University. The research was published in the March edition of the

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    CALGARY, Canada — Contractile activity of smooth muscle cells in the walls of cerebral arteries determines the degree of arterial tone, and thereby controls blood flow. This study, which appears

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    NEW YORK – The risk of heroin-related behaviors is higher among whites who used non-medical prescription opioids such as oxycontin in prior years, according to researchers at Columbia University Mailman

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    Are You In? Bianca Garilli, ND For us, as naturopathic doctors, seeing patients is the reason most of us wanted to become doctors in the first place. And, there is

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    Research has shown that consuming green plant membrane supplements once a day encourages weight loss, improves obesity-related risk factors and reduces the urge to eat. The research is published in

  • Blood Type Diet Originator Dr James L. D’Adamo Passes Away at 81

    Pioneering Naturopath, Founded D’Adamo Institute for the Advancement of Natural Therapies Portsmouth, NH – March 25, 2013 — The originator of the world-famous Blood Type Diet and founder and director of

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    Topical Use of Castor Oil

    What Does the Science Say? Todd A. Born, ND For many centuries, folklore medicine has recommended the use of castor oil, either orally or transdermally, for a wide range of

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    Radiofrequency Mole Removal

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    Resolving Atopic Eczema

    Stopping The Straw That Broke the Camel’s Back Chris D. Meletis, ND We have always been told not to judge a book by its cover, yet an adult’s life journey

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    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

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    Age-Related Cognitive Decline

    Blake Gossard Lori Feldman, RD, CCRC Kira Schmid, ND Luke Huber, ND, MBA The following article is an abridged version of the Age-Related Cognitive Decline chapter that appears in Disease

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    Psoriasis in Children

    Treating the Whole Little Person Nadia Ciuha, ND Psoriasis is fairly common in today’s pediatric population, with the number of new cases diagnosed every year steadily increasing. This increase is

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    Anti-Aging is More Than Vanity

    The Epigenetics and Nutrigenomics Basis for Living Healthy For 120 Years Millie Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS I have a plan to live healthy until 120 years old. And I am

  • Acne Vulgaris

    Mechanism-Based Treatment Options Sarah Goulding, ND Acne vulgaris is a multifactorial condition that can be very distressing for acute and chronic sufferers alike. Although modern science has yet to pinpoint

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    Atopic Dermatitis

    Prevention and Treatment in Infants Ashley Weber, HBSc, ND Atopic dermatitis (AD), also called eczema, is an inflammatory, pruritic skin condition associated with immune dysfunction and altered skin barrier function.1

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    The Skin As a Window

    How Skin Conditions Provide Clues to Internal Health Thalia Farshchian, ND Skin, being our largest organ system, serves as an important alert system for internal imbalances in digestion, hormones, immune

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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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    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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    Fiona McCulloch, BSc, RAc, ND As naturopathic doctors, we all know about the importance of adrenal health in the treatment of any endocrine disorder. When it comes to the most

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    Ashley L. Russell, ND Jonci Jensen, ND Rachel’s History Imagine our patient – a 49-year-old graduate student – presenting to your clinic with chief concerns of headaches and migraines, hypothyroidism,

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