December 2014 | Women's Health

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Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema.……………….>> cover

Jessica Moore, ND

Heather Paulson, ND, FABNO


Taurine: The Essential Non-Essential Amino Acid for Women……………>> bottom of cover

Carolyn Mercer BSc, ND


Day 21 No More……………………………….>>8

Nora Jane Pope, ND

Cycle-charting reliably identifies ovulation, and also increases intimacy between partners.


Menorrhagia: How to Identify and Treat Bleeding Disorders in Your Female Patients………………………>>10

Heather Paulson, ND, FABNO

Up to 24% of your menorrhagia patients may have a bleeding disorder with significant risk.


Breast Cancer Prevention: Considerations for High-Risk Women……………….>>11

Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO

Stratifying your patient’s individual level of risk can set both of you on a clearer path.


The Magic of the Pitcher Plant……….>>14

Brandie Gowey, NMD

Dr Gowey describes some innovative medicinal applications of an underappreciated plant.


Preconception Care: Priming Women for a Healthy Pregnancy…………………>>17

Jaclyn Chasse, ND

Whole-body support in preconception care can make all the difference in a healthy outcome.


Honorable Mention Case Study – Cost-effective Medicine: A Way to Answer Our “Highest Calling…………..>>19

Ashley Russell, ND

Jonci Jensen, ND

Let us not forget the singular power of homeopathy when dealing with complex cases.


Finding the Diamond in the Rough…………….>>22

Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND

Sometimes a general exploration of a patient’s state can get us to the remedy the fastest.


Before Probiotics: Think Metchnikoff…………………………..>>23

Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE

Probiotics are hardly new. We can credit the science behind them to Elie Metchnikoff.


A Whole New Old: Baumol’s Disease in Higher Education……………………………>>25

David J. Schleich, PhD

Can naturopathic medical education survive today’s “cost disease”? Yes, assuming 3 goals.


Inositol for PCOS…………….>> editorial exclusive

Megan Chmelik

Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO

This article reviews the evidence regarding the use of different forms of inositol in PCOS.


“Mt Everest”: A Case of Cystic Acne……………………>> editorial exclusive

Katy Nelson, ND

Dr Nelson relates her clinical explorations with a 45-year-old patient with cystic acne.


Honorable Mention Case Study – Metastatic CRC & Hyperthermia: A Case Study……………>> editorial exclusive

Erin Rurak

Gurdev Parmar, ND, FABNO

A patient with stage 4 colorectal cancer responds impressively to hyperthermia treatments.

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