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    Neuroinflammation & Lyme Disease

    Bradley Bush, ND Before 2013, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that 30 000 new Lyme disease (LD) diagnoses occurred annually.1 At that time, many people thought

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    The Challenge of Change: How Neuroscience Can Help

    Yashar Khosroshahi, ND You cannot enslave a mind that knows itself, that values itself, that understands itself. (Wangari Maathai) Change is challenging. Change is universal. Change is manageable. Much like

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    Thirty Years with MS: Nothing But Hope

    Teri Jaklin, ND The best advice I ever got from a neurologist was “run along and have a good life.” I was very compliant and did just that. It wasn’t

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    Kinsei Manual Therapy: An Introduction to the United States

    Bert Mathieson, ND, MA, RD, LD, CDE Anne Kelty, ND, LMT Kinsei Manual Therapy (KMT) is known as “Shintai Kinsei Ho” in Japan. “Shintai” means human body, “Kinsei” means balance

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    Migraines: New Research on an Old Disease

    Ashley L. Russell, ND Naturopathic medicine is approaching a pivotal time in our profession. There is a strong push to integrate into the conventional medical system, using section 2706 from

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    Traumatic Brain Injury: Impact, Assessment & Management of Concussion & mTBI

    Matthew Bennett, ND, BaHSc, dAp Christopher Knee, ND, MSc Concussion is recognized as a clinical syndrome of biomechanically induced brain dysfunction, with or without loss of consciousness, as a result

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    Injection Therapies for Pain

    Jeff Harris, ND All of us will experience pain of some type in our lives. As long as we have a human body, pain is a possibility. Throughout human history

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    Percutaneous Neuroplasty

    Sam Russo ND, LAc, RMSK Percutaneous neuroplasty (PN) is a procedure that involves the injection of a treatment solution around a nerve in order to lyse adhesions to adjoining tissue.

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    Wintergreen The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

    Timothy Miller, ND, RA When we think of wintergreen, we probably think of that refreshing minty taste in chewing gum or toothpaste. Or, perhaps that icy-hot sensation we feel from

  • Fibromyalgia: A Case for Nature Cure in a 43-year-old Female

    Kiran Khaira, MA Jennifer Brusewitz, ND Fibromyalgia is a common cause of chronic musculoskeletal pain, affecting approximately 2-8% of the population, predominantly females, with the prevalence increasing with age. The

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    The Wellness Journey

    Marcus Bird, MEI, DIP, HSC, KIN Andy Ramsay, BHSc, ACUP In the 30 years that Andy and I have been practicing our craft, one thing has been highlighted to us:

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    Is Your Practice Useful?

    Meghan Walker, ND I have a small crush on Tony Robbins. I admit it openly. He speaks and creates a call to action that is perfectly aligned with my psychology.

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    The “Gate Effect”: Understanding Its Mysteries to Optimize Your Practice

    Dr. Moshe Daniel Block, ND, HMC I believe the Gate Effect gives us an insight into The Healing Power of Nature – that force that is ever at play in

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    Take Down Your List

    Meghan Walker, ND I love to eat out. Toronto is a multi-cultural hotspot, and, as a result, we have an abundance of dining options; authentic Thai, incredible sushi, and a

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  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

    A Novel Treatment for the Aging Patient Matthew Cavaiola, NMD, LAc As a large percentage of the American population continues to reach older age, many of these individuals will experience

  • 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

  • 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

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  • Rheumatic Conditions & Genetics

    Robert E. Coleman, Jr, ND, LMT As naturopathic doctors, our treatment objectives focus on the enhancement of an individual’s vitality, quality of life, and overall well-being. It is imperative that

  • N-acetylcysteine & Autoimmunity

    Therapeutic Potential in SLE, MS & Systemic Sclerosis Kimberly M. Sanders, ND N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is an amino acid derivative that is a well-known mucolytic and antioxidant. Its therapeutic use ranges

  • When Immunity Goes Awry: The Relationship of Foods, the Gut, and the Immune System

    Amanda Hegnauer, ND To discuss the importance of how food allergies or autoimmunity are influenced by the immune system, one must have a basic understanding of the system itself. The

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  • Ebolavirus 2014 Outbreak

    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

  • 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

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    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

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  • Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema

    Jessica Moore, ND Heather Paulson, ND, FABNO While breast cancer continues to be the most common type of cancer in women in the United States, breast cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL) is

  • Assessing Prostate Cancer Four Pragmatic Questions to Consider

    Phranq D. Tamburri, NMD When seeing a patient for prostate cancer (CaP), a physician often encounters a quandary when determining how to explain the patient’s risk to him. After all,

  • 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

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  • Treating the Cause: Homeopathic Approaches to ADHD

    Tolle Causam Anke Zimmermann, ND Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the most common behavioral disorder in children, is being diagnosed in epidemic proportions. Figures released by the US Centers for Disease

  • Physical Activity in Children & Youth

    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

  • Move Over, MTHFR

    Time to Look at COMT Jared M. Skowron, ND After giving methylfolate to hundreds of patients, I noticed some of them responded with aggression, anxiety, anger, and irritability. When they

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  • Bulimia: Steps in Recovery

    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.

  • PCOS Treating Adrenal Androgen Excess

    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

  • Cost-effective Medicine A Way To Answer Our “Highest Calling”

    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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