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Naturopathic Medical Education: What a Russian Soldier Taught Me About Its Value Proposition

Education David J. Schleich, PhD Naturopathic educators toil with the right language and content to describe the value proposition for the medicine for students. In an era of confusing messages flying hither and thither among naturopathic doctors, holistic medical doctors, functional medicine doctors, holistic nurse professionals, and – in recent years – integrative medicine doctors, […]

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SIBO as an Adaptation: A Proposed Role for Hydrogen Sulfide

Naturopathic Perspective Greg Nigh, ND, LAc We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them. ~ (Albert Einstein) It is an understatement to say that the microbiome is not what we thought it was. In the past decade we have seen an explosion of information regarding the multiple regulatory roles […]

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FUT2 Secretor Status: Effects on Gut Health

Ginger Nash, ND The significance of the fucosyltransferase-2 (FUT2) gene and “secretor status” has been written about by Dr Peter D’Adamo for over 20 years. Dr D’Adamo’s research into ABO blood type led him to see a connection between the gene that codes for blood type and the FUT2 gene, which determines secretor status. Specifically, […]

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Autoimmunity & GI Disorders: Sorting Out the Triggers

Tolle Causam Chad Larson, NMD, DC, CCN, CSCS Are you noticing the growing epidemic of autoimmunity? As the number of Americans suffering from autoimmunity has reached 25-50 million1 and that figure continues to climb, we must consider new approaches for managing these patients. The evolution of laboratory science has provided new tools to help us […]

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Clostridia & Constipation: Using Organic Acid Testing in Diagnosis & Treatment

Tolle Causam Angela Knapp, ND Although Clostridium species are typically present in the large intestine as a beneficial part of the gastrointestinal flora, the word clostridia generally elicits thoughts of intractable diarrhea and Clostridium difficile. However, despite the common association between clostridia and diarrhea, an imbalance of multiple Clostridium species can result in chronic constipation. […]

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Gallbladder Disease: Not Just a Problem for Women

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Robin DiPasquale, ND, RH (AHG) It is estimated that 15% of the US population – about 20 million people – have some degree of gallbladder disease (GBD). The prevalence of GBD increases with age, and can often be asymptomatic, until it isn’t anymore. When a gallbladder attack comes on, there is often extreme […]

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Nature Cure Clinical Pearls: Dyspepsia

Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE There are probably more persons in the world today suffering from indigestion than from any other known ailment. And so long as people eat too much, too fast, and improperly, they will have stomach troubles.    ~ William James Cromie, 1902, p.506 Should you suffer from indigestion, fast awhile and take physical […]

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Psychiatric Disorders: Targeting the Microbiome

Student Scholarship Honorable Mention Alexandra Francis, ND, MS, CNS Marie Winters, ND, FABNO All disease begins in the gut. ~ (Hippocrates) “When in doubt, treat the gut” is an excellent naturopathic rule of thumb that naturopathic doctors have relied on for decades. We have always understood that symptoms and chronic diseases often improve when we focus […]

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Prebiotics & Metabolic Regulation: Benefits Beyond the Gut

Tolle Totum Erick R. Cervantes, MPH, ND Dale Pfost, PhD Human beings are host to a diverse ecosystem known as the microbiome. Characteristic of our microbiome, among many other things, is its now well-known diversity within the individual and from person to person, as well as its vast array of elaborate influences on our physiology. […]

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Gut Dysbiosis: An Underlying Cause of Obesity

Tolle Causam Alison Chen, ND The obesity epidemic has long been recognized as a fight against excessive calorie consumption and a sedentary lifestyle. Despite these well-known contributors, obesity rates continue to rise. In the United States, obesity prevalence for adults 18 years and older has risen steadily, from 19.4% in 1997 to 31.4% in 2017.1 […]

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Probiotics: Key Players in Female Genitourinary Tract Health

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Donald Brown, ND Over the past several years, there have been large projects collecting data to examine the role that the human microbiota plays in health and disease.1, 2 One of the primary areas of focus has been the role that microbial communities play in the health of the female genitourinary tract. […]

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New Tosh and Old Adjectives: When Terminology Obfuscates

Education David J. Schleich, PhD Before the widely touted term, “integrative” (clever label), there was “complementary and alternative [CAM]” (opportunistic tosh). Integrates what with what? Complements what? Alternative to what? Sometimes, though, in that often opportunistic musical chairs of terminology, there were helpful terms, such as “biopsychosocial” or “psychoneuroimmunology,” created to depict aspects of medicine […]

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A Woman Champion: Mary Sargeant Gove Nichols, Hydrotherapist

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE I felt then that I would lay myself on the altar, and be burned with fire, if woman could be saved from the darkness of ignorance, and the untold horrors of her diseases. – Mary Nichols, 1851, p.29   The effects of water cure in acute disease have […]

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Cannabis & the ECS: How Cannabinoids are Changing Health Care

Student Scholarship Honorable Mention Lee-Anne francois-dornbusch, ND Fraser Smith, matd, ND Pain is a challenging clinical syndrome that naturopathic physicians are well equipped to address. Society is realizing the shortcomings of conventional medicine’s pharmacologic methods to address a variety of problems. Unfortunately, conventional medicine is not conquering these ailments but is creating new ones. Well-intentioned […]

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Practicing Rational Medicine

Naturopathic Perspective Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO A patient with a rare cancer came to see me recently and left me pondering an interesting phenomenon. This patient has worked as a police detective for decades, an occupation that entails the careful collection and evaluation of evidence. Yet he surprised me by bringing in a shopping bag […]

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Ulcers & Upper: GI Issues Conversations with Seniors

Naturopathic Perspective Andrew L. Rubman, ND I graduated from NCNM (now NUNM) in 1982. Taking leave of my senses, I abandoned my plans to open an integrative practice with one of my TCM instructors in Portland, OR, and instead went to New York City after accepting Robert Atkins’ offer to serve as a staff physician […]

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WNF – Global Naturopathic Regulation

Naturopathic News Iva Lloyd, ND, RPP Naturopathy is practiced in every world region, spanning over 80 countries. Regulation of the naturopathic profession currently exists Africa, Asia (India), Europe, Latin America, and in jurisdictions in North America. To be a full member of the World Naturopathic Federation (WNF), associations must support and be working toward regulation. […]

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The Simple Life – Part 2

Similar Thought Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND In my previous NDNR article, published in the June 2018 issue, I described the case of Alfred, a 50-ish-year-old man. He had complained of angry outbursts that would always follow a welling-up of energy in his stomach. He also complained of hip pain that was worse walking on level […]

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Modern Nature Cure: Using Your Own Cells to Heal Osteoarthritis

Orthopedics Dylan W. Krueger, NMD Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis, affecting 30.8 million Americans.1 This number continues to grow as Baby Boomers age and retire.1 The condition, which is also known as degenerative joint disease, consists of a progressive deterioration of cartilage in the joint, causing pain, inflammation, swelling, and stiffness.1 […]

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Naturopathic Treatment of Acute Disease: 3 Case Studies

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Deborah Frances, RN, ND Chris Chlebowski, DC, ND Valeria Breiten, RD, ND, CCH In the present era of ever-increasing toxicity of and resistance to pharmaceutical antimicrobials, healthcare practitioners that are schooled in therapeutics aligned with nature hold a unique and vital role in the treatment of acute diseases. The following cases demonstrate […]

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Gut Dysbiosis: An Underlying Cause of Obesity

Tolle Causam Alison Chen, ND The obesity epidemic has long been recognized as a fight against excessive calorie consumption and a sedentary lifestyle. Despite these well-known contributors, obesity rates continue to rise. In the United States, obesity prevalence for adults 18 years and older has risen steadily, from 19.4% in 1997 to 31.4% in 2017.1 […]

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CBD Use in the United States: A Cross-Sectional Study & Perspective

Docere Jamie Corroon, ND, MPH Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of more than 100 cannabinoids found in Cannabis sativa L (Cannabis spp, or Cannabis), a plant more well known colloquially as marijuana or hemp.1 With retail sales of hemp-derived CBD products reaching $170 million in the United States in 2016, and a projected compounded annual growth […]

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Melanoma & Aspirin

Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Naturopathic Perspective Our patients often have strong beliefs about medicine, particularly natural medicine and the advantages it provides over standard medical practices. Most of the time this is a good thing. This is why they come to us as patients. They pay our rent, so to speak. They aren’t the pragmatic […]

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Wormwood Tea Effective at Treating Schistosomiasis

Node Smith, ND A recent study on the effects of sweet wormwood tea to treat schistosomiasis suggests a much more benign and accessible treatment for the common parasitic disease.1 Schistosomiasis Schistosomiasis is incredibly under-researched, yet is a fairly common parasitic infection in tropical places where sanitation conditions are questionable. The World Health Organization calls the […]

A New Campaign to Help Promote Brain Health in Children

Node Smith, ND My Brain Robbie animation campaign aims to help keep little brains healthy My Brain Robbie, a fantastic new initiative to promote brain health among school aged children, has been launched through the Pilot Awards for Global Brain Health Leaders, an initiative of the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI), Alzheimer’s Association and Alzheimer’s […]

Chemicals in Sunscreen Not only Harmful to Humans, but also Coral Reefs

Node Smith, ND Sunscreen may be important for preventing sunburns and skin cancer, however some of the ingredients in conventionally produced sunscreen can not only be detrimental to human health, but also sea creatures. Specifically, sunscreen chemicals from swimmers are thought to contribute to the destruction of coral reefs worldwide. Current research from ACS’ journal, Analytical […]

Self Administered Long-Acting Contraceptive Via Microneedle Patch

Node Smith, ND A new long-acting contraceptive, designed to be self-administered, may provide a new family planning option, particularly in developing nations where access to healthcare can be limited, a recent study suggests. The contraceptive would be delivered using microneedle skin patch technology originally developed for the painless administration of vaccines. Long-acting contraceptives provide the […]

American Botanical Council Update on Ashwagandha Adulteration

Node Smith, ND Bulletin emphasizes the issue of undeclared addition of ashwagandha leaf materials to ashwagandha root products The ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program (BAPP) has released a Botanical Adulterants Prevention Bulletin on ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) root and root extract. The powdered roots of ashwagandha, a member of the nightshade (Solanaceae) plant family, have a […]

Soda consumption caused dehydration and kidney disease markers during manual labor

Node Smith, ND New research suggests that drinking sugary, caffeinated soft drinks while exercising in hot weather may increase the risk of kidney disease.1 The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology—Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. Science Criticizes Soft Drink Consumption During Hot Weather A research team from the University […]

Herbal Sexual Tonics for Men: Help or Hype?

Botanical Insights Jillian Stansbury, ND Health food stores often have an entire section of products dedicated to enhancing the libido, improving erectile function, and boosting low testosterone, sometimes located right next to the pills that help you gain muscle mass and “burn” fat. Low testosterone levels are frequently demonstrated with modern lab testing, especially in […]

Researchers Inebriate Flies to Study Process of Intoxication

Node Smith, ND How fun does it sound to watch a group of flies get drunk and fly around? This isn’t a metaphor for the regulars that hang around your neighborhood tavern, but a research study that was recently conducted to study the process of alcohol intoxication – using actual flies, bzzzzzzz. Bar Flies As […]

New Mechanism Uncovered that Drives Sustained Pain Following Injury

Node Smith, ND From Harvard University A toddler puts her hand on a hot stove and swiftly withdraws it. Alas, it’s too late—the child’s finger has sustained a minor burn. To soothe the pain, she puts the burned finger in her mouth. Withdrawing one’s hand to avoid injury and soothing the pain of that injury […]

Paleo Diet May Be Associated with Heart Disease Biomarker

Node Smith, ND Dietary “fads” are nothing new. And with each generation, research on common and fashionable diets shows that health is more than diet alone, and that there are likely many factors that contribute to what diet might be best for any given individual. More than twice the amount of a biomarker closely linked […]

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Historical Savvy: Its Dearth Hurts

Education David J. Schleich, PhD Quite recently I was in Butler, NJ, to confer with local leaders about the huge importance of their little town in our history. Painfully, the only fragments of that special period of Jungborn and the early growth of naturopathy in the Northeast, were 2 small postcards lost in a binder. […]

The Milk Cure

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE We now come to the question: “Ought milk to be drunk fresh or boiled?” The best and right way is, of course, to drink it as nature provides it, fresh; and experience has shown that fresh milk is more readily drunk, better tolerated and more easily digested […]

Cupping Therapy for Cellulite

Student Scholarship Honorable Mention Maryellen Tedeschi, ND, BSc (Hons) Yana Gutmakher Erin Truscott-Brock, ND Cellulite is a normal physiologic change in skin texture, colloquially termed “orange peel” dimpling or “cottage cheese” skin for its topographical presentation of dips and valleys. Cellulite can occur in women of all races and is most notably seen in areas […]

Miscarriage Prevention: Case Studies of Pranic Healing

Tolle Totum Rhonda Steinke, ND Rachel Hickey Spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage, is clinically recognized as pregnancy loss before 20 weeks of gestation.1 Roughly 15% of recognized pregnancies end up in miscarriage,2 which leaves a relatively large number of women having to grieve the loss of a child. Additionally, many cases of miscarriages are left unreported, […]

The Vaginal Microbiome: Investigations Point to a New “Normal”

Docere Keegan Sheridan, ND How the human microbiome coexists with the body is still an unknown in many ways, and yet, even our early understanding of this symbiotic relationship is highly compelling. While research to date has largely focused on microbiota of the gut, this work is rapidly expanding to other areas of the body. […]

Alcoholic Cirrhosis with Ascites: A Case Report & Treatment Options

Student Scholarship Honorable Mention Lidia Martyanova Baljit Khamba, ND, MPH One of the major healthcare problems worldwide is excessive alcohol consumption. The liver is the target organ, since it is the primary site of ethanol metabolism. Excessive and chronic alcohol consumption leads to wide-spectrum, progressive hepatic lesions, ranging from steatosis to cirrhosis. Steatosis is the […]

Homeopathy: An Ally of Anxiety

Student Scholarship Honorable Mention Morgan MacDermott Nazanin Vassighi, ND According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), anxiety disorders – including panic disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – are the most common class of mental health disorders in the general population.1 Anxiety disorders affect over 40 million adults in the United States today, with […]

Female-Dominant Autoimmunity: The Role of Progesterone

Tolle Causam Tanya Lee, ND We are just beginning to understand the complex nature of the immune system and the cross-talk between the immune system and other systems in the body. The influence of sex hormones is not limited to reproductive tissues; they also exert effects on peripheral systems such as the immune system. In […]

Book Review – Period Repair Manual: Natural Treatment for Better Hormones and Better Periods

Education Medical Resources for NDs: A Review of Current Publications for the Naturopathic Industry Jason Kinley, ND Period Repair Manual: Natural Treatment for Better Hormones and Better Periods Being a male physician and never having had a menstrual cycle, I am always interested to learn from others about this amazing aspect of the human body. The […]

Probiotics: Key Players in Female Genitourinary Tract Health

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Donald Brown, ND Over the past several years, there have been large projects collecting data to examine the role that the human microbiota plays in health and disease.1, 2 One of the primary areas of focus has been the role that microbial communities play in the health of the female genitourinary tract. […]

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Probiotics: Key Players in Female Genitourinary Tract Health

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Donald Brown, ND Over the past several years, there have been large projects collecting data to examine the role that the human microbiota plays in health and disease.1, 2 One of the primary areas of focus has been the role that microbial communities play in the health of the female genitourinary tract. […]

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New Tosh and Old Adjectives: When Terminology Obfuscates

Education David J. Schleich, PhD Before the widely touted term, “integrative” (clever label), there was “complementary and alternative [CAM]” (opportunistic tosh). Integrates what with what? Complements what? Alternative to what? Sometimes, though, in that often opportunistic musical chairs of terminology, there were helpful terms, such as “biopsychosocial” or “psychoneuroimmunology,” created to depict aspects of medicine […]

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A Woman Champion: Mary Sargeant Gove Nichols, Hydrotherapist

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE I felt then that I would lay myself on the altar, and be burned with fire, if woman could be saved from the darkness of ignorance, and the untold horrors of her diseases. – Mary Nichols, 1851, p.29   The effects of water cure in acute disease have […]

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Cannabis & the ECS: How Cannabinoids are Changing Health Care

Student Scholarship Honorable Mention Lee-Anne francois-dornbusch, ND Fraser Smith, matd, ND Pain is a challenging clinical syndrome that naturopathic physicians are well equipped to address. Society is realizing the shortcomings of conventional medicine’s pharmacologic methods to address a variety of problems. Unfortunately, conventional medicine is not conquering these ailments but is creating new ones. Well-intentioned […]

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Practicing Rational Medicine

Naturopathic Perspective Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO A patient with a rare cancer came to see me recently and left me pondering an interesting phenomenon. This patient has worked as a police detective for decades, an occupation that entails the careful collection and evaluation of evidence. Yet he surprised me by bringing in a shopping bag […]

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Ulcers & Upper: GI Issues Conversations with Seniors

Naturopathic Perspective Andrew L. Rubman, ND I graduated from NCNM (now NUNM) in 1982. Taking leave of my senses, I abandoned my plans to open an integrative practice with one of my TCM instructors in Portland, OR, and instead went to New York City after accepting Robert Atkins’ offer to serve as a staff physician […]

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WNF – Global Naturopathic Regulation

Naturopathic News Iva Lloyd, ND, RPP Naturopathy is practiced in every world region, spanning over 80 countries. Regulation of the naturopathic profession currently exists Africa, Asia (India), Europe, Latin America, and in jurisdictions in North America. To be a full member of the World Naturopathic Federation (WNF), associations must support and be working toward regulation. […]

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The Simple Life – Part 2

Similar Thought Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND In my previous NDNR article, published in the June 2018 issue, I described the case of Alfred, a 50-ish-year-old man. He had complained of angry outbursts that would always follow a welling-up of energy in his stomach. He also complained of hip pain that was worse walking on level […]

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Modern Nature Cure: Using Your Own Cells to Heal Osteoarthritis

Orthopedics Dylan W. Krueger, NMD Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis, affecting 30.8 million Americans.1 This number continues to grow as Baby Boomers age and retire.1 The condition, which is also known as degenerative joint disease, consists of a progressive deterioration of cartilage in the joint, causing pain, inflammation, swelling, and stiffness.1 […]

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Naturopathic Treatment of Acute Disease: 3 Case Studies

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Deborah Frances, RN, ND Chris Chlebowski, DC, ND Valeria Breiten, RD, ND, CCH In the present era of ever-increasing toxicity of and resistance to pharmaceutical antimicrobials, healthcare practitioners that are schooled in therapeutics aligned with nature hold a unique and vital role in the treatment of acute diseases. The following cases demonstrate […]

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Gut Dysbiosis: An Underlying Cause of Obesity

Tolle Causam Alison Chen, ND The obesity epidemic has long been recognized as a fight against excessive calorie consumption and a sedentary lifestyle. Despite these well-known contributors, obesity rates continue to rise. In the United States, obesity prevalence for adults 18 years and older has risen steadily, from 19.4% in 1997 to 31.4% in 2017.1 […]

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CBD Use in the United States: A Cross-Sectional Study & Perspective

Docere Jamie Corroon, ND, MPH Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of more than 100 cannabinoids found in Cannabis sativa L (Cannabis spp, or Cannabis), a plant more well known colloquially as marijuana or hemp.1 With retail sales of hemp-derived CBD products reaching $170 million in the United States in 2016, and a projected compounded annual growth […]

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Melanoma & Aspirin

Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Naturopathic Perspective Our patients often have strong beliefs about medicine, particularly natural medicine and the advantages it provides over standard medical practices. Most of the time this is a good thing. This is why they come to us as patients. They pay our rent, so to speak. They aren’t the pragmatic […]

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Branding Your Clinic Makes Sense

Todd Bosteder Practice Building When I started my first marketing agency, one of my core mantras was, “Branding is for billionaires.” I would tell my clients that they ought to bypass branding opportunities in favor of direct-response, transactional marketing tactics. The concept was sound: If the tactic or advertisement we were considering didn’t drive patients […]

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Search Engine Optimization: 5 Essential Steps to Improve Local SEO for Your Practice

Teerawong Kasiolarn, ND, MSAc, LAc Practice Building What is SEO? And why is it so important when it comes to promoting your naturopathic practice? SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. Most people create their website while lacking knowledge of SEO, especially if they create the website without any professional help. The main reason for creating […]

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Working with Genes: Integrating Genetic Health Reports into Clinical Practice

Tom Ballard, ND Practice Building Medicine has entered the “genome era.”1 Genetic reports are already helping practitioners and patients identify and treat chronic health conditions.2,3 “Recent developments in genomic sequencing technologies offer the potential to revolutionize the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases…”4 The goal of this article is to help practitioners select a genetic […]

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Direct Care: The Membership-Based Practice

Mark Swanson, ND Practice Building/The Expert Report Practice Made Perfect Direct Care is transforming private medical practices across the country. Think of it as healthcare revisited, a refresh button on the doctor-patient relationship and the way healthcare is delivered. Its advocates say that it makes healthcare simpler, more affordable and everyone a lot happier. The […]

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New Mexican Bill Seeks to License and Regulate Naturopathic Doctors

SB 135 asks New Mexican Lawmakers to allow NDs full practice in the state Bloomington, IN: (February 19, 2019) Currently, there is a bill headed toward the New Mexican House. The bill, sponsored by NM Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino, has gained a lot of recent attention from its backing by the New Mexico Medical […]

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Rebel Herbs Announces Product Launch

Award winning company announces the release of 10 new single herb capsule products Bloomington, IN: Rebel Herbs is excited to announce the launch of 10 certified organic single botanical capsules. The company states that it works diligently to bring quality products into the natural health market. The capsules include ginger, holy basil, boswellia, ashwagandha, amla, […]

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Enviromedica Launches Groundbreaking Broad Spectrum Formula of Prebiotics and Probiotics, Terraflora™

Terraflora™ is the first synbiotic combining spore-form probiotics and advanced, food-based prebiotics designed for robust support of gastrointestinal health.   Austin, TX., December 7, 2018 – Pioneers in evolutionary medicine, Enviromedica™ innovates gut microbiome care with the launch of Terraflora™. Terraflora™ is a broad spectrum synbiotic bringing to market an advanced formulation of soil-based, probiotic strains […]

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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 include, but are not limited to: quality products, superior customer service, community outreach, and social/environmental impact.

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New Mexican Bill Seeks to License and Regulate Naturopathic Doctors

SB 135 asks New Mexican Lawmakers to allow NDs full practice in the state Bloomington, IN: (February 19, 2019) Currently, there is a bill headed toward the New Mexican House. The bill, sponsored by NM Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino, has gained a lot of recent attention from its backing by the New Mexico Medical […]

Rebel Herbs Announces Product Launch

Award winning company announces the release of 10 new single herb capsule products Bloomington, IN: Rebel Herbs is excited to announce the launch of 10 certified organic single botanical capsules. The company states that it works diligently to bring quality products into the natural health market. The capsules include ginger, holy basil, boswellia, ashwagandha, amla, […]

Enviromedica Launches Groundbreaking Broad Spectrum Formula of Prebiotics and Probiotics, Terraflora™

Terraflora™ is the first synbiotic combining spore-form probiotics and advanced, food-based prebiotics designed for robust support of gastrointestinal health.   Austin, TX., December 7, 2018 – Pioneers in evolutionary medicine, Enviromedica™ innovates gut microbiome care with the launch of Terraflora™. Terraflora™ is a broad spectrum synbiotic bringing to market an advanced formulation of soil-based, probiotic strains […]

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