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Dr Sherri Jacobs ND CNS

Dr Sherri Jacobs ND CNS     Health E Coaching  7 Radcliffe st. Suite 100 Charleston, SC 29403 Phone: (843) 408-0894 www.HealthECoaching.com           Articles: Pyroluria – A Cause

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Dermatology

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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Detoxification Medicine

The Importance of Supporting Detoxification Before Weight Loss

How to ensure excretion and prevent toxicity. Kristen Haabala, ND   There is no doubt that obesity is an ever-increasing epidemic in the United States. Roughly 35% of the adult

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Editorial / Opinion

Exercise: The Missing Link

Naturopathic Perspective Jennifer Gibbons, ND Osemekhian Okojie, ND CAND As naturopathic physicians, much of our patient education revolves around the importance of a healthy diet, better relationships, and reducing unhealthy

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Environmental Medicine

Getting the Bis out of the Vis

Naturopathic Perspective Alicia Bigelow, Nd Sometimes, what you don’t know can hurt you. This is the case with the recent “greenwashing” of our available plastics. Many people are aware of

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Fertility

Day 21 No More

Nora Jane Pope, ND Fertility Awareness is also gaining popularity with teens and single women who want to go off “the Pill.” Among teen prescriptions for the Pill, 17% are for

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Gastrointestinal

The Hype of Hypochlorhydria: A Brief Review of Gastric Acid Analysis

Taylor Seier, BCom Thara Vayali, BSc, MA, ND Naturopathic medicine distinguishes itself upon established principles of healing, including Tolle Causam (identify and treat the cause). Diagnostic procedures within our profession

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Geriatrics

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

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Homeopathy

Constitutional Hydrotherapy & Homeopathy for Low Immune Function: A Case Study

Angelica Kada, hbkin, ND Teresa Tsui, MSc, nd Maria Shapoval, HBSc, ND Beata Skorka, Hbkin, bn Traditional therapies supported by literature and research that propose potential mechanisms of action and

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Insomnia/Sleep Medicine

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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Mind/Body

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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Nature Cure

A Day at the Jungborn

Epicenter and Oasis of Naturopathic Innovation Sussanna Czeranko, ND Whoever has not himself tried it and convinced himself of it can have no conception of how refreshing, vitalizing and strengthening

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NDNR Issues

April 2015 | Autoimmune and Allergy

Volume 11 Issue 4 Allergic Rhinitis: A Review & Naturopathic Treatments…………………>>cover Darin Ingels, ND Autoimmune Disease: Lessons from the Field of Transplantation………………….>>bottom of cover Jenna Henderson, ND The 4 Rs

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Neurology

Multiple Sclerosis

Etiologic and Therapeutic Considerations Todd A. Born, ND Multiple sclerosis is the most common autoimmune, inflammatory, demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (CNS), with exact cause(s) being unknown. The disorder

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Online Store

5 Keys to a Profitable Practice: 4-DVD set of the Conference

The 5 Keys to a Profitable Practice conference in April was a huge success! If you were there, you undoubtedly took home more information and management strategies than you ever

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Ophthalmology

Diabetic Retinopathy

A Realistic Look at Treatment Options Alan Kadish, NMD, ABAAM, CCT As all practitioners know from their patients’ increasing weight and chem panel results, the incidence of diabetes, along with

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Opportunity Knocks

Opening for a Naturopathic Physician in Scottsdale, AZ

Naturopathic Specialists, LLC, has an opening for a naturopathic physician looking to settle in Scottsdale. The office is located in Old Town Scottsdale, just south of Scottsdale Osborn Hospital in

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Pain Medicine

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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Physician’s Choice Awards Voting Now Closed

2015 Physician’s Choice Award The NDNR Physician’s Choice Award is bestowed upon companies that embrace naturopathic medicine and support naturopathic physicians, their practices and patients. Characteristics of a nominee should
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Pediatrics

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

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Mindfulness Based Meditation For Physicians

    Heather Paulson, ND, FABNO focuses on helping people diagnosed with cancer and hematological disorders reconnect with their natural state of wellness. After graduating from Southwest College of Naturopathic

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Web Exclusive

Managing Your Biggest Patient – Time

Jon Bohm “Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and the only one you can determine how it will be spent. Be careful lest

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