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Georges Canguilhem: One Important Vitalist We Rarely Hear About

Education David J. Schleich, PhD When I was in graduate school studying literature and philosophy, I was drawn to the work of Bergson, Whitehead, and Deleuze. Later, though, I came across the work of Georges Canguilhem, a seminal theorist in our era about vitalism. I was especially taken by Canguilhem’s contention that the life sciences […]

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Notes from the Field: September, 2019

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is a not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed […]

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Castor Oil: Magic or Myth (Part 3)

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Marisol Teijeiro, ND Many ancient cultures share a tradition of using castor oil for beautification. In the modern day, the prevalence of castor oil in beauty care kits is notable, and the science is there to support it. Since beauty is, in part, a reflection of being healthy, it’s no surprise that an oil […]

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Nature Cure: An Imperative in an Age of Indoor Mass-Migration

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Marcin Padlewski, B Arch, ND As our dependence on the amenities of the industrial world increases, so does our separation from Nature. Since the built environment promotes comfort and convenience, we now spend most of our lives indoors – our surrogate habitat. The resulting isolation creates a significant and observable deterioration in […]

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Pelvic Pain in Endometriosis: Effects of Potentized Homeopathic Estrogen

Student Scholarship – Honorable Mention Research Review Ashley Greene Lauren Hacker, ND Meryl McBride Kris Somol, ND Endometriosis is a chronic condition with limited options for treatment in the allopathic community. In general, naturopathic modalities, including homeopathy, tend to be used as part of an individualized approach to patients, which can lead to challenges in […]

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Female Sexual Dysfunction: Not Just a Vadge Thing

Tolle Totum Carrie Decker, ND Through the years and many stages in a woman’s life, factors contributing to sexual dysfunction can vary vastly. In younger years, insecurities with one’s body and sexual ability may prevail1; in the middle years, stressors of career and/or children (or lack thereof) affect not only time for intimacy, but libido […]

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Nature Cure Clinical Pearls: What’s Next?

Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE The proper application of the processes of the water-cure never fails of doing good. Its only abuses come from ignorance. The water-cure physician requires a thorough knowledge of the system and a careful discrimination in applying it to various constitutions and the varied conditions of disease. – Mary Nichols, 1874, p.18 […]

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A Surprising Menopause Case Study, Part 1

Tolle Totum Deborah McKay, ND I view the menopausal transition as “puberty in reverse,” complete with shifts in hormones that dictate bodily changes. In some cases this hormonal shift can hijack the brain. Personally, I remember looking in the mirror and saying, “Who are you? I don’t even know you.” This happened twice in my […]

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Endometriosis: A Naturopathic Case Study

Tolle Causam April Blake, ND, LM Last fall I received a patient referral from a local acupuncturist – a 45-year-old woman named Jennifer who was suffering from episodes of severe abdominal pain, anxiety, insomnia, and dyspareunia. I arranged for a free, 30-minute consultation with Jennifer to assess whether or not I could help her. She […]

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Regenerative Joint Injections: An Introduction

Regenerative Medicine Fred G. Arnold, DC, NMD A little over 10 years ago, the new “buzz word” in medicine was “Anti-Aging Medicine.” Today, Regenerative Medicine is a popular and rapidly expanding field of medicine. This is the first in a series of articles to address this amazing specialty. Regenerative Medicine is a specialized treatment branch […]

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Insomnia, Substance Use, & Anxiety: Looking to the Therapeutic Order to Restore Balance

Student Scholarship – 3rd Place Case Study  Lana FerrisJennifer Brusewitz, ND As naturopathic physicians, we understand that quality sleep is foundational to our patients’ well-being. Many patients suffer from comorbid conditions that interfere with their ability to get the proper amount of restorative sleep. Addressing disturbed sleep is critical to the treatment of any health condition when […]

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Notes from the Field: February, 2020

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls  Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed presentation; rather, […]

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Homeopathy, Part 2

The Vital Conversation  James Sensenig, NDThomas A. Kruzel, ND This is the second part of a 2-part article based on discussions with Dr Thom Kruzel, of Scottsdale, AZ, and moderated by Dr Jim Sensenig, the founder of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute (NMI). They join a series of articles in NDNR that are based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays […]

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The Brave New World of eLearning: Let’s Not Strap on Feathered Wings

Education  David J. Schleich, PhD Dickens nailed it when he wrote in 1859, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” [A Tale of Two Cities] Two centuries later, the best and the worst are before us in the higher education and healthcare terrains. There is disruption afoot everywhere, exacerbated by the social, […]

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Vitamin B12: More is Not Better

Primum Non Nocere  Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Vitamin B12 may not be as safe as we once thought. Our routine of injecting vitamin B12 indiscriminately into anyone who wants more energy just might not be the great idea that many of us think it is. That’s the thought that keeps arising in the back of my mind ever since reading […]

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Atypical Fungal Dermatology

Tolle Causam  Lauren Tessier, ND When the phrase “fungal infections” is uttered, what are the first 3 pathologies that come to mind? Perhaps you think of the deadly, invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. Or maybe you specialize in women’s health and immediately think of vaginal candidiasis. Or maybe you are a primary care physician and you immediately picture the common case presentations of ringworm. In this […]

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Mitigating Skin Conditions: Targeting the Cutaneous Microbiome

Naturopathic Perspective  Katie Strobe, ND The intestinal and stool microbiome has been researched and described for many years, unlike the skin and scalp microbiomes, which have more recently come into the spotlight.1 To better understand how bacterial diversity and abundance contribute to skin health and dermatological conditions, microbiology and dermatology investigators are using pyrosequencing technology to identify and characterize microorganisms on the skin.2 Furthering insight into […]

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Vascular Aging: An Important Consideration in Longevity Medicine

Docere  Stephen W. Parcell, ND  Too often, patients seeking age-management medicine tend to be most interested in their appearance. Because of this demand, medical professionals tend to also focus on cosmetic interventions, including testosterone for big muscles, hair implants, skin peels, laser treatments, dermabrasion, hormone replacement, and endless supplements – all toward the goal of hopefully looking better. I believe more emphasis should be placed on disease prevention. Though dermatologic improvements […]

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COVID-19: A Naturopathic Approach

Tolle Totum  Catherine Clinton, ND  As the novel SARS-CoV-2 continues to make its way across the globe, naturopathic medicine becomes more and more important. This coronavirus is new, so there is still a lot we don’t know about it. We have no research to show that any of the nutritional and herbal information mentioned below prevents or treats COVID-19. However, we do have lots of […]

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Stress-Induced Hair Loss: Benefits from a Standardized Nutraceutical

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  MELISSA ANZELONE, ND ALEKSANDER RICHARDS GIORGIO DELL’ACQUA, PHD   It is estimated that 35-million men and 21-million women suffer from some degree of hair loss in the United States.1 By 35 years of age, 40% of men experience hair loss, and this increases to 70% by age 80.1 Similarly, approximately 80% of women have hair loss by age 60.1 The negative psychosocial […]

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Psoriasis: Resolution Using Naturopathic Intervention

Student Scholarship – 2nd Place Case Study  LILLEA HARTWELL, ND LESLIE AXELROD, ND, LAC  Psoriasis affects more than 8 million adults in the United States.1 There are several types of psoriasis, but most psoriatic lesions consist of circumscribed, red, thickened plaques overlying silvery white scales.2 Characteristically, the condition involves the scalp, especially extensor surfaces of wrists, elbows, knees, buttocks, and ankles, as well as sites of repeated trauma.2 Nail involvement results in characteristic pitting; […]

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Notes from the Field: December, 2019

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is a not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed […]

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Dialing Up the Vis, Part 3

The Vital Conversation James Sensenig, ND This is the third part of a 3-part article from The Vital Conversation that took place on June 22, 2016. It is part of a new series of articles in NDNR that is based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays for several years and were hosted by […]

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Study on ‘What Makes a Virus Infectious’

NODE SMITH, ND Researchers have for the first time identified the way viruses like the poliovirus and the common cold virus ‘package up’ their genetic code, allowing them to infect cells. The findings, published today (Friday, 8 January) in the journal PLOS Pathogens by a team from the Universities of Leeds and York, open up […]

Emotional Response from Music Measured with Brain Scans

NODE SMITH, ND Researchers at the University of Turku have discovered what type of neural mechanisms are the basis for emotional responses to music. Altogether 102 research subjects listened to music that evokes emotions while their brain function was scanned with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The study was carried out in the national PET […]

Word Choice Differences Between ‘Introverts’ and ‘Extroverts’

NODE SMITH, ND A study by a team of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) psychologists has found a link between extroverts and their word choices. The finding highlights the need for stronger linguistic indicators to be developed for use in online personality prediction tools, which are being rapidly adopted by companies to improve digital […]

Pathophysiological Research on Link Between Inflammation and Obesity

NODE SMITH, ND When fat cells in the body are stuffed with excess fat, the surrounding tissue becomes inflamed. That chronic, low-level inflammation is one of the driving factors behind many of the diseases associated with obesity. Now, UT Southwestern scientists have discovered a type of cell responsible, at least in mice, for triggering this […]

New Method for Studying Mitochondrial DNA and Function

NODE SMITH, ND Scientists from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have developed a simple, high-throughput method for transferring isolated mitochondria and their associated mitochondrial DNA into mammalian cells. This approach enables researchers to tailor a key genetic component of cells, to study and potentially treat debilitating diseases such as cancer, diabetes and metabolic disorders. […]

MRI May Be Able to Confirm PTSD Following Traumatic Event

NODE SMITH, ND Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex psychiatric disorder brought on by physical and/or psychological trauma. How its symptoms, including anxiety, depression and cognitive disturbances arise remains incompletely understood and unpredictable. Treatments and outcomes could potentially be improved if doctors could better predict who would develop PTSD. Now, researchers using magnetic resonance […]

Obesity Lowers Immune Function as well as Increases Tumor Growth

NODE SMITH, ND Obesity has been linked to increased risk for over a dozen different types of cancer, as well as worse prognosis and survival. Over the years, scientists have identified obesity-related processes that drive tumor growth, such as metabolic changes and chronic inflammation, but a detailed understanding of the interplay between obesity and cancer […]

Fathers Who Are Involved Can Lower Behavioral Issues and Improve Well-Being

NODE SMITH, ND In low-income families, fathers who are engaged in their children’s lives can help to improve their mental health and behavior, according to a Rutgers University-New Brunswick study published in the journal Social Service Review. The researchers found that adolescents in low-income families whose fathers are more frequently engaged in feeding, reading, playing […]

Plants Circadian Rhythms Can Change Just Like Ours

NODE SMITH, ND Plants have the same variation in body clocks as that found in humans, according to new research that explores the genes governing circadian rhythms in plants. The research shows a single letter change in their DNA code can potentially decide whether a plant is a lark or a night owl. The findings […]

Well-Being Increases When Being Social Over Holidays

NODE SMITH, ND Social holidays improve holiday makers’ overall satisfaction with life, as well as satisfaction with the quantity and quality of their leisure time, and social life, according to a new study from the University of Eastern Finland. The study analyzed the effect of social holidays on holiday makers’ subjective well-being and experience of […]

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Study on ‘What Makes a Virus Infectious’

NODE SMITH, ND Researchers have for the first time identified the way viruses like the poliovirus and the common cold virus ‘package up’ their genetic code, allowing them to infect cells. The findings, published today (Friday, 8 January) in the journal PLOS Pathogens by a team from the Universities of Leeds and York, open up […]

Emotional Response from Music Measured with Brain Scans

NODE SMITH, ND Researchers at the University of Turku have discovered what type of neural mechanisms are the basis for emotional responses to music. Altogether 102 research subjects listened to music that evokes emotions while their brain function was scanned with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The study was carried out in the national PET […]

Word Choice Differences Between ‘Introverts’ and ‘Extroverts’

NODE SMITH, ND A study by a team of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) psychologists has found a link between extroverts and their word choices. The finding highlights the need for stronger linguistic indicators to be developed for use in online personality prediction tools, which are being rapidly adopted by companies to improve digital […]

Pathophysiological Research on Link Between Inflammation and Obesity

NODE SMITH, ND When fat cells in the body are stuffed with excess fat, the surrounding tissue becomes inflamed. That chronic, low-level inflammation is one of the driving factors behind many of the diseases associated with obesity. Now, UT Southwestern scientists have discovered a type of cell responsible, at least in mice, for triggering this […]

New Method for Studying Mitochondrial DNA and Function

NODE SMITH, ND Scientists from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have developed a simple, high-throughput method for transferring isolated mitochondria and their associated mitochondrial DNA into mammalian cells. This approach enables researchers to tailor a key genetic component of cells, to study and potentially treat debilitating diseases such as cancer, diabetes and metabolic disorders. […]

MRI May Be Able to Confirm PTSD Following Traumatic Event

NODE SMITH, ND Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex psychiatric disorder brought on by physical and/or psychological trauma. How its symptoms, including anxiety, depression and cognitive disturbances arise remains incompletely understood and unpredictable. Treatments and outcomes could potentially be improved if doctors could better predict who would develop PTSD. Now, researchers using magnetic resonance […]

Obesity Lowers Immune Function as well as Increases Tumor Growth

NODE SMITH, ND Obesity has been linked to increased risk for over a dozen different types of cancer, as well as worse prognosis and survival. Over the years, scientists have identified obesity-related processes that drive tumor growth, such as metabolic changes and chronic inflammation, but a detailed understanding of the interplay between obesity and cancer […]

Fathers Who Are Involved Can Lower Behavioral Issues and Improve Well-Being

NODE SMITH, ND In low-income families, fathers who are engaged in their children’s lives can help to improve their mental health and behavior, according to a Rutgers University-New Brunswick study published in the journal Social Service Review. The researchers found that adolescents in low-income families whose fathers are more frequently engaged in feeding, reading, playing […]

Plants Circadian Rhythms Can Change Just Like Ours

NODE SMITH, ND Plants have the same variation in body clocks as that found in humans, according to new research that explores the genes governing circadian rhythms in plants. The research shows a single letter change in their DNA code can potentially decide whether a plant is a lark or a night owl. The findings […]

Well-Being Increases When Being Social Over Holidays

NODE SMITH, ND Social holidays improve holiday makers’ overall satisfaction with life, as well as satisfaction with the quantity and quality of their leisure time, and social life, according to a new study from the University of Eastern Finland. The study analyzed the effect of social holidays on holiday makers’ subjective well-being and experience of […]

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Insomnia, Substance Use, & Anxiety: Looking to the Therapeutic Order to Restore Balance

Student Scholarship – 3rd Place Case Study  Lana FerrisJennifer Brusewitz, ND As naturopathic physicians, we understand that quality sleep is foundational to our patients’ well-being. Many patients suffer from comorbid conditions that interfere with their ability to get the proper amount of restorative sleep. Addressing disturbed sleep is critical to the treatment of any health condition when […]

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Notes from the Field: February, 2020

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls  Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed presentation; rather, […]

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Homeopathy, Part 2

The Vital Conversation  James Sensenig, NDThomas A. Kruzel, ND This is the second part of a 2-part article based on discussions with Dr Thom Kruzel, of Scottsdale, AZ, and moderated by Dr Jim Sensenig, the founder of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute (NMI). They join a series of articles in NDNR that are based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays […]

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The Brave New World of eLearning: Let’s Not Strap on Feathered Wings

Education  David J. Schleich, PhD Dickens nailed it when he wrote in 1859, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” [A Tale of Two Cities] Two centuries later, the best and the worst are before us in the higher education and healthcare terrains. There is disruption afoot everywhere, exacerbated by the social, […]

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Vitamin B12: More is Not Better

Primum Non Nocere  Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Vitamin B12 may not be as safe as we once thought. Our routine of injecting vitamin B12 indiscriminately into anyone who wants more energy just might not be the great idea that many of us think it is. That’s the thought that keeps arising in the back of my mind ever since reading […]

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Atypical Fungal Dermatology

Tolle Causam  Lauren Tessier, ND When the phrase “fungal infections” is uttered, what are the first 3 pathologies that come to mind? Perhaps you think of the deadly, invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. Or maybe you specialize in women’s health and immediately think of vaginal candidiasis. Or maybe you are a primary care physician and you immediately picture the common case presentations of ringworm. In this […]

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Mitigating Skin Conditions: Targeting the Cutaneous Microbiome

Naturopathic Perspective  Katie Strobe, ND The intestinal and stool microbiome has been researched and described for many years, unlike the skin and scalp microbiomes, which have more recently come into the spotlight.1 To better understand how bacterial diversity and abundance contribute to skin health and dermatological conditions, microbiology and dermatology investigators are using pyrosequencing technology to identify and characterize microorganisms on the skin.2 Furthering insight into […]

Oxygen molecules and Erythrocytes floating in a vessel in the blood stream with Erythrocytes.

Vascular Aging: An Important Consideration in Longevity Medicine

Docere  Stephen W. Parcell, ND  Too often, patients seeking age-management medicine tend to be most interested in their appearance. Because of this demand, medical professionals tend to also focus on cosmetic interventions, including testosterone for big muscles, hair implants, skin peels, laser treatments, dermabrasion, hormone replacement, and endless supplements – all toward the goal of hopefully looking better. I believe more emphasis should be placed on disease prevention. Though dermatologic improvements […]

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COVID-19: A Naturopathic Approach

Tolle Totum  Catherine Clinton, ND  As the novel SARS-CoV-2 continues to make its way across the globe, naturopathic medicine becomes more and more important. This coronavirus is new, so there is still a lot we don’t know about it. We have no research to show that any of the nutritional and herbal information mentioned below prevents or treats COVID-19. However, we do have lots of […]

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Stress-Induced Hair Loss: Benefits from a Standardized Nutraceutical

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  MELISSA ANZELONE, ND ALEKSANDER RICHARDS GIORGIO DELL’ACQUA, PHD   It is estimated that 35-million men and 21-million women suffer from some degree of hair loss in the United States.1 By 35 years of age, 40% of men experience hair loss, and this increases to 70% by age 80.1 Similarly, approximately 80% of women have hair loss by age 60.1 The negative psychosocial […]

Psoriasis vulgaris on the male hands with plaque, rash and patches, isolated on white background. Autoimmune  genetic disease.

Psoriasis: Resolution Using Naturopathic Intervention

Student Scholarship – 2nd Place Case Study  LILLEA HARTWELL, ND LESLIE AXELROD, ND, LAC  Psoriasis affects more than 8 million adults in the United States.1 There are several types of psoriasis, but most psoriatic lesions consist of circumscribed, red, thickened plaques overlying silvery white scales.2 Characteristically, the condition involves the scalp, especially extensor surfaces of wrists, elbows, knees, buttocks, and ankles, as well as sites of repeated trauma.2 Nail involvement results in characteristic pitting; […]

Sad man silhouette worried on the beach at sunset with the sun in the background

Notes from the Field: December, 2019

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is a not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed […]

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Dialing Up the Vis, Part 3

The Vital Conversation James Sensenig, ND This is the third part of a 3-part article from The Vital Conversation that took place on June 22, 2016. It is part of a new series of articles in NDNR that is based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays for several years and were hosted by […]

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Your Online Course Offerings: Four Keys to Signing Up More People

CHEN YEN Naturopathic doctors and other holistic health practitioners often ask me, “I have an online course but people aren’t purchasing it. What can I do to get more people to sign up?”   Having an online course to offer the public (or other practitioners) can help you educate and reach more people at once. Keep in mind that people can benefit from your […]

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Caught or Taught? Business Skills as a Core Competency

FRASER SMITH, MATD, ND  The old saw that “doctors are terrible business people” has some truth to it.1 The tremendous focus required to achieve proficiency in biomedical sciences, diagnosis, and therapeutics comes at a price. That singular focus can preclude learning other important skills. Wrapping all of those skills together and then effectively delivering naturopathic care to a patient is another great […]

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Create a Program-Based Practice

MICHAEL SMITH, ND  If you have been practicing for any period of time, you have no doubt had the following experience: A patient consults you for their chronic condition, implements some of your recommendations, and then after a few visits stops coming in because they’re feeling better. After a year or 2, they are back, with many of the same issues, only slightly worse. You offer some additional treatments and lifestyle changes. […]

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Adapting in These Times: Growing Your Practice During COVID

Practice Building  Chen Yen The current COVID situation has led to many naturopathic practices experiencing hardships, with some practitioners even choosing to close their practice. The good news is that even in times like these, practices can still grow. What’s important is to strategically plan and stay ahead of the curve.   Based on my experience of working with naturopathic physicians day in […]

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ARTHUR ANDREW MEDICAL ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF ITS NEWEST PRODUCT, KD ULTRA

New All-In-One Supplement Supports Strong Bones, Immunity and Heart Health SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Arthur Andrew Medical, a leading manufacturer of enzyme and probiotic-based dietary supplements headquartered in Scottsdale, has launched a new product called KD Ultra. KD Ultra is the only dietary supplement on the market that combines the most absorbable full spectrum blend of vitamin K2 (all […]

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SFI® Health Introduces EQUAZEN® PRO: a Medical Food to Support Learning, Concentration, and Brain Development in Children and Adolescents with ADHD†

SFI® Health Introduces EQUAZEN® PRO: a Medical Food to Support Learning, Concentration, and Brain Development in Children and Adolescents with ADHD† RENO, Nev., December 7, 2020 – Today, Soho Flordis International (SFI® Health)—a leading provider of premium, evidence-based nutraceuticals and the home of Klaire Labs®—announced the U.S. launch of EQUAZEN® PRO, a medical food specifically […]

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FemiClear Releases Over-The-Counter Product to Relieve Genital Herpes Symptoms

Backed by two types of studies, this powerful new product reduces symptoms of genital herpes outbreaks and is available nationwide at CVS locations.  Austin, TX – To help women suffering with genital herpes, the FemiClear brand has released new FemiClear for Genital Herpes Symptoms to relieve the symptoms of genital herpes outbreaks. This innovative new product […]

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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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ARTHUR ANDREW MEDICAL ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF ITS NEWEST PRODUCT, KD ULTRA

New All-In-One Supplement Supports Strong Bones, Immunity and Heart Health SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Arthur Andrew Medical, a leading manufacturer of enzyme and probiotic-based dietary supplements headquartered in Scottsdale, has launched a new product called KD Ultra. KD Ultra is the only dietary supplement on the market that combines the most absorbable full spectrum blend of vitamin K2 (all […]

SFI® Health Introduces EQUAZEN® PRO: a Medical Food to Support Learning, Concentration, and Brain Development in Children and Adolescents with ADHD†

SFI® Health Introduces EQUAZEN® PRO: a Medical Food to Support Learning, Concentration, and Brain Development in Children and Adolescents with ADHD† RENO, Nev., December 7, 2020 – Today, Soho Flordis International (SFI® Health)—a leading provider of premium, evidence-based nutraceuticals and the home of Klaire Labs®—announced the U.S. launch of EQUAZEN® PRO, a medical food specifically […]

FemiClear Releases Over-The-Counter Product to Relieve Genital Herpes Symptoms

Backed by two types of studies, this powerful new product reduces symptoms of genital herpes outbreaks and is available nationwide at CVS locations.  Austin, TX – To help women suffering with genital herpes, the FemiClear brand has released new FemiClear for Genital Herpes Symptoms to relieve the symptoms of genital herpes outbreaks. This innovative new product […]

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