November 2009 | Men's Health

 In Men's Health, NDNR Issues

Cardiovascular Therapy Update 2009
Paul S. Anderson, ND
Research supporting oral and in

Naturopathic Approach to Young Men’s Health
Steve Rissman, ND
The author sees a need to reach out to young, college-aged men regarding their health. Perspective and direction on this matter is addressed for practicing NDs.

Oncanp Perspective
Transforming Growth Factor Beta 1: Possible benefit to cancer patients
Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO
NDNR’s contributing editor of oncology explores the rationale behind lowering the levels of TGF-β1 in cancer patients.

Naturopathic Perspective
Holding to Our Truths: Let’s keep our focus on the patient
Darrell S.C.S. Misak, ND, RPH
Expands on the philosophy that if we as NDs establish ourselves by what we know as truth, the public will demand our position in the healthcare industry.

Tolle Causam
Biofilms, the Immune System and Cardiovascular Disease
Nita Bishop, ND
This article continues a discussion by the author on the role that biofilms play in chronic microbial infections.

Ayurveda and Hypertension
Virender Sodhi, ND, MD (Ayurveda)
Covers the Ayurvedic approach to treating hypertension.

Primum Non Nocere
Early Prostate Cancer: Overdiagnosis and radical treatment
Michael Uzick, ND, NMD
Reviews the evidence as to why the current approach to the diagnosis and treatment of early prostate cancer may needlessly be causing substantial harm to men.

Botanical Insights
Ginsengs of Many Cultures: Adaptogenic attributes
Robin DiPasquale, ND, RH(AHG)
Various ginsengs are reviewed for their adaptogenic properties to support optimal function in patients.

Naturopathic News
What’s Happening in the Naturopathic Medical Community

The Role of the CNME in the Naturopathic Medical Profession
Daniel Seitz, JD, EdD
The executive director of the CNME explains how they are involved in the ongoing development of our profession in the U.S. and Canada.

Medical Resources for NDs
Stacie Deyglio, ND
A review of current publications for the naturopathic industry.

Our Long and Winding Road: A regulation primer
David Schleich, PhD
Outlines the criteria and path to regulation.

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls
The Persistent Question of Vaccination: Part 3 of 3
Sussanna Czeranko, ND
A final look at the development and implementation of vaccines with a glance toward the future and the advent of new vaccines.

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