April 2006 | Environmental Illness

apr06.pdf_1_thumbConstitutional hydrotherapy utilized to treat fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue……………………..>> cover
Letitia M. Watrous, ND


Mercury toxicity: Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention from a naturopathic perspective…………………….. bottom of cover
David Wang, ND


IV Therapeutics of Chelation……………………….>>9
Virginia Osborne, ND
Paul Anderson, ND
The treatment and benefits of IV chelation illustrated in two clinical cases


Teaching our patients how to live well in today’s world.……………………………..>>21
Alicia Bigelow, ND
Contamination of fruits and vegetables: The Terrific Twelve and the Dirty Dozen


Environmental Detoxification…………………………..>>11
Steven Bailey, ND
Choosing the right type of fast plays a valuable role in the removal of environmental toxins


For the Sake of Your Children, Don’t Eat Farmed Salmon………………………………..>>13
Walter Crinnion, ND
Farmed salmon consistently tests higher in contaminant levels


SCNM & NCNM co-host the Third Annual Gathering in Portland………………………….>>22
After attending The Gathering it became evident that this is an event not meant to be explained, but one to be experienced.


Cleaning Out the Closets…………………….>>15
Marnie Loomis, ND
A look into the elimination pathways


Aromatic therapies in environmental medicine…………………………..>>16
Shaida Sina, ND


The Green Corner…………………………..>>17
Mitch Kennedy, ND
Canada finds fifth mad cow, Japan bans US beef again; Exposure to this common mineral has been found to lower children’s intellect


Naturopathic News……………………………..>>18
Expanding Your Practice


Beyond Networking…………………………….>>23
Five doorways to creating a thriving practice – your style, your way

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