NEW CE COURSES FOR ND's

FEATURED ARTICLES | ANTI-AGING| DERMATOLOGY MEDICINE

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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, […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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, […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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; […]

MORE NDNR EXCLUSIVES

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 […]

farmer three hand protection tree planting on soil with sunshine in garden

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 […]

Bridge Gap Between Public Private Sectors Puzzle Pieces 3d Illustration

Public Sector Higher Ed: Slippery Slope or the Next Best Path?

Education David J. Schleich, PhD  We’ve been sparring with the biomedicine industry all along the professional formation continuum (education, research, licensing) for a very long time. We have also been joining some aspects of the mainstream’s strategies for a long time (civil accreditation, social closure, research). There comes a time, some say, when joining can […]

Platelet-Rich plasma preparation. Tube with blood in hands. Centrifuge.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Regenerative Medicine Fred G. Arnold, DC, NMD Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is the third topic in my series about regenerative medicine treatments for painful musculoskeletal conditions. This regenerative injection procedure was originally used in 1987 following open-heart surgery. Since that time, PRP has gained recognition as a popular procedure in a variety of medical fields, “including […]

33549396 - tired woman working at desk in design studio

Fatigue Due to Mold Exposure: Pathophysiology

Tolle Causam Lauren Tessier, ND Illness resulting from mold and mycotoxin exposure is gaining more traction and attention. As the paradigm shift occurs, mold and mycotoxin-induced illness (MMII) should be brought to the forefront of clinical education, both in school curriculum and continuing education. In the busy life of the clinician, soundbites and snippets of […]

mitragyna speciosa korth (kratom) a drug from plant to a category 5 in thailand

Kratom: Miracle Herb or Public Health Danger?

Naturopathic Perspective Saul Marcus, ND Mitragyna speciosa (common name, kratom) is an herb from Southeast Asia. Traditionally, it has been used by workers to help them have more stamina during long workdays. A tea would be brewed from leaves, and consumed throughout the day. In this form, Mitragyna has been used safely for hundreds of […]

Close up shot of a senior man checking his blood glucose levels at home with a monitor.

An Integrative Approach: Case Study of Comorbid Major Depressive Disorder & T1DM

Tolle Totum Jaclyn Graham, BSc, ND The prevalence of depression in type 1 diabetic patients may be 3 times higher than that of non-diabetic patients in the general population, while 40% of patients with type 1 diabetes also have anxiety.1 The consequences of comorbidity are significant: elevated depressive symptoms are associated with higher HbA1c levels, […]

Beautiful young woman suffering from mood disorder and holding her head, photo with copy space

Low-Dose Lithium: An Effective Treatment for Mood Disorders

Tolle Causam Nicole Cain, ND, MA Pharmaceutical lithium carbonate is widely considered one of the most effective medications in psychiatry for treating bipolar depression. However, due to the potentially toxic effects of lithium at high doses, many doctors are reluctant to prescribe this drug. This reputation has unfortunately pushed lithium of the limelight altogether as […]

110618071_m

Mood Disorders: Safe, Effective, and Natural Solutions

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Todd A. Born, ND, CNS Mood disorders are mental health issues that primarily impact a person’s emotional state; an affected person may experience periods of extreme happiness, extreme sadness, or both, that last at least several weeks.1 In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition(DSM-5), the list of mood […]

Night trail runner of men and women running on the mountain.at night milky way

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 […]

Chelation therapy and heart disease treatment concept as an alternative medicine for human blood circulation disease with 3D illustration elements.

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 […]

Oil hair treatment for woman. Concept hairdresser spa salon.

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 […]

Majestic sunset in the mountains landscape with sunny beams. Dramatic scene. Carpathian, Ukraine, Europe. Beauty world. Retro style, vintage filter. Instagram toning effect.

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 […]

SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

#TRENDING NEWS

Low Vit D May Increase Risk of COVID-19 Infection

Node Smith, ND A new study has found an association between averaging low levels of vitamin D and high numbers of COVID-19 cases and mortality rates across 20 European countries. Average low levels of vitamin D and high numbers of COVID-19 cases and mortality rates across 20 European countries linked in new study The research, […]

CoQ10 Could Help Reduce Harm From BPA

Node Smith, ND Exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), an industrial chemical used to make certain plastics and resins, inner coatings for food cans and bottle tops, thermal paper used in store receipts, dental sealants and so on, is a concern because of possible adverse health effects, including a reduction in fertility. Harvard study shows that […]

Smoking May Promote COVID-19 Infection

Node Smith, ND Previous data from COVID-19 patients suggests that cigarette smokers are more likely to have health complications. One possible reason, researchers report May 15 in the journal Developmental Cell, is that smoking increases the gene expression of ACE2–the protein that binds SARS-CoV-2–which may promote COVID-19 infection. The study suggests that prolonged smoking could […]

Biodegradable for Protective Masks

Node Smith, ND The CSIC’s associated unit in Polymer Technology at the Universitat Jaume I, directed by Luis Cabedo from the Department of System Engineering and Design, is participating in a project led by the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology (IATA) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), together with company Bioinicia S.L., a […]

World Literacy Foundation Announces “Netflix” type Platform for Educators

Node Smith, ND The World Literacy Foundation announced today the development of an interactive “Netflix” type platform to equip educators with resources that have been affected by the indefinite school lock down as a result of COVID-19. Streaming service was born out of the coronavirus lockdown of classrooms The purpose behind the streaming service was […]

Heavy Drinking Affects Decision Making the Following Day

Node Smith, ND A new study from psychologists at the University of Bath highlights the true impact of heavy drinking on our ability to plan, set goals and make decisions the following day. Published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, the study provides new evidence as to why hangovers cost the wider economy so much. […]

Warning of Equating COVID-19 with HAPE

Node Smith, ND Early reports of COVID-19 symptoms and the compelling need to quickly identify treatment options and curb the growing number of critically ill patients have led to erroneous and potentially dangerous comparisons between COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases like high altitude pulmonary edema, or HAPE. Erroneous and potentially dangerous comparisons between COVID-19 and […]

Study Links Dietary Selenium and Outcome of COVID-19

Margaret Rayman, Professor of Nutritional Medicine at the University of Surrey, said: “Given the history of viral infections associated with selenium deficiency, we wondered whether the appearance of COVID-19 in China could possibly be linked to the belt of selenium deficiency that runs from the north-east to the south-west of the country.”

How Our Eyes Recycle Vitamin A

Node Smith, ND Many of us will remember being told as kids when we refused to eat our vegetables that ‘carrots are good for your eyes’. Although our parents may not have fully understood it at the time, there is some truth to this. Carrots are a rich source of the vitamin A essential for […]

Protein Sensor Found to Regulate Sugar to Fat Conversion

Node Smith, ND, Scientists in Texas and Pennsylvania have identified a protein sensor that restricts how much sugar and fat our cells convert into energy during periods of starvation. It is possible, the scientists say, that the sensor could be fine-tuned to prompt more sugar and fat conversion in people with metabolic conditions such as […]

FEATURED ARTICLES

Low Vit D May Increase Risk of COVID-19 Infection

Node Smith, ND A new study has found an association between averaging low levels of vitamin D and high numbers of COVID-19 cases and mortality rates across 20 European countries. Average low levels of vitamin D and high numbers of COVID-19 cases and mortality rates across 20 European countries linked in new study The research, […]

CoQ10 Could Help Reduce Harm From BPA

Node Smith, ND Exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), an industrial chemical used to make certain plastics and resins, inner coatings for food cans and bottle tops, thermal paper used in store receipts, dental sealants and so on, is a concern because of possible adverse health effects, including a reduction in fertility. Harvard study shows that […]

Smoking May Promote COVID-19 Infection

Node Smith, ND Previous data from COVID-19 patients suggests that cigarette smokers are more likely to have health complications. One possible reason, researchers report May 15 in the journal Developmental Cell, is that smoking increases the gene expression of ACE2–the protein that binds SARS-CoV-2–which may promote COVID-19 infection. The study suggests that prolonged smoking could […]

Biodegradable for Protective Masks

Node Smith, ND The CSIC’s associated unit in Polymer Technology at the Universitat Jaume I, directed by Luis Cabedo from the Department of System Engineering and Design, is participating in a project led by the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology (IATA) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), together with company Bioinicia S.L., a […]

World Literacy Foundation Announces “Netflix” type Platform for Educators

Node Smith, ND The World Literacy Foundation announced today the development of an interactive “Netflix” type platform to equip educators with resources that have been affected by the indefinite school lock down as a result of COVID-19. Streaming service was born out of the coronavirus lockdown of classrooms The purpose behind the streaming service was […]

Heavy Drinking Affects Decision Making the Following Day

Node Smith, ND A new study from psychologists at the University of Bath highlights the true impact of heavy drinking on our ability to plan, set goals and make decisions the following day. Published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, the study provides new evidence as to why hangovers cost the wider economy so much. […]

Warning of Equating COVID-19 with HAPE

Node Smith, ND Early reports of COVID-19 symptoms and the compelling need to quickly identify treatment options and curb the growing number of critically ill patients have led to erroneous and potentially dangerous comparisons between COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases like high altitude pulmonary edema, or HAPE. Erroneous and potentially dangerous comparisons between COVID-19 and […]

Study Links Dietary Selenium and Outcome of COVID-19

Margaret Rayman, Professor of Nutritional Medicine at the University of Surrey, said: “Given the history of viral infections associated with selenium deficiency, we wondered whether the appearance of COVID-19 in China could possibly be linked to the belt of selenium deficiency that runs from the north-east to the south-west of the country.”

How Our Eyes Recycle Vitamin A

Node Smith, ND Many of us will remember being told as kids when we refused to eat our vegetables that ‘carrots are good for your eyes’. Although our parents may not have fully understood it at the time, there is some truth to this. Carrots are a rich source of the vitamin A essential for […]

Protein Sensor Found to Regulate Sugar to Fat Conversion

Node Smith, ND, Scientists in Texas and Pennsylvania have identified a protein sensor that restricts how much sugar and fat our cells convert into energy during periods of starvation. It is possible, the scientists say, that the sensor could be fine-tuned to prompt more sugar and fat conversion in people with metabolic conditions such as […]

MORE NDNR EXCLUSIVES

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 […]

farmer three hand protection tree planting on soil with sunshine in garden

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 […]

Bridge Gap Between Public Private Sectors Puzzle Pieces 3d Illustration

Public Sector Higher Ed: Slippery Slope or the Next Best Path?

Education David J. Schleich, PhD  We’ve been sparring with the biomedicine industry all along the professional formation continuum (education, research, licensing) for a very long time. We have also been joining some aspects of the mainstream’s strategies for a long time (civil accreditation, social closure, research). There comes a time, some say, when joining can […]

Platelet-Rich plasma preparation. Tube with blood in hands. Centrifuge.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Regenerative Medicine Fred G. Arnold, DC, NMD Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is the third topic in my series about regenerative medicine treatments for painful musculoskeletal conditions. This regenerative injection procedure was originally used in 1987 following open-heart surgery. Since that time, PRP has gained recognition as a popular procedure in a variety of medical fields, “including […]

33549396 - tired woman working at desk in design studio

Fatigue Due to Mold Exposure: Pathophysiology

Tolle Causam Lauren Tessier, ND Illness resulting from mold and mycotoxin exposure is gaining more traction and attention. As the paradigm shift occurs, mold and mycotoxin-induced illness (MMII) should be brought to the forefront of clinical education, both in school curriculum and continuing education. In the busy life of the clinician, soundbites and snippets of […]

mitragyna speciosa korth (kratom) a drug from plant to a category 5 in thailand

Kratom: Miracle Herb or Public Health Danger?

Naturopathic Perspective Saul Marcus, ND Mitragyna speciosa (common name, kratom) is an herb from Southeast Asia. Traditionally, it has been used by workers to help them have more stamina during long workdays. A tea would be brewed from leaves, and consumed throughout the day. In this form, Mitragyna has been used safely for hundreds of […]

Close up shot of a senior man checking his blood glucose levels at home with a monitor.

An Integrative Approach: Case Study of Comorbid Major Depressive Disorder & T1DM

Tolle Totum Jaclyn Graham, BSc, ND The prevalence of depression in type 1 diabetic patients may be 3 times higher than that of non-diabetic patients in the general population, while 40% of patients with type 1 diabetes also have anxiety.1 The consequences of comorbidity are significant: elevated depressive symptoms are associated with higher HbA1c levels, […]

Beautiful young woman suffering from mood disorder and holding her head, photo with copy space

Low-Dose Lithium: An Effective Treatment for Mood Disorders

Tolle Causam Nicole Cain, ND, MA Pharmaceutical lithium carbonate is widely considered one of the most effective medications in psychiatry for treating bipolar depression. However, due to the potentially toxic effects of lithium at high doses, many doctors are reluctant to prescribe this drug. This reputation has unfortunately pushed lithium of the limelight altogether as […]

110618071_m

Mood Disorders: Safe, Effective, and Natural Solutions

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Todd A. Born, ND, CNS Mood disorders are mental health issues that primarily impact a person’s emotional state; an affected person may experience periods of extreme happiness, extreme sadness, or both, that last at least several weeks.1 In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition(DSM-5), the list of mood […]

Night trail runner of men and women running on the mountain.at night milky way

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 […]

Chelation therapy and heart disease treatment concept as an alternative medicine for human blood circulation disease with 3D illustration elements.

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 […]

Oil hair treatment for woman. Concept hairdresser spa salon.

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 […]

Majestic sunset in the mountains landscape with sunny beams. Dramatic scene. Carpathian, Ukraine, Europe. Beauty world. Retro style, vintage filter. Instagram toning effect.

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 […]

PRACTICE BUILDING SERIES

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

FIND US ON TWITTER

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 […]

VENDOR NEWS

untitled-design-57

COVID-19 and VIOME

As we all continue to navigate this challenging, world-wide event, I very much hope that every one of you is safe, well, and able to use this time to invest as much as you can in your health.  Viome is a federally certified clinical lab and certified by the state government to be an essential […]

Creative thinking ideas brain innovation concept. Light bulb on yellow background

Ethical Product Marketing in the Coronavirus Era: Town Hall

We will be discussing the do’s and don’ts of marketing products during the Coronavirus era. This is pertinent not only for the hemp industry but the larger dietary supplement industry as well! I will be joined by two special guests which cover the expert legal, regulatory, and marketing sides of the industry. -Linda Nielander is […]

btp_melatoninsr_front-2-pic

Melatonin SR

Bio-Tech Pharmacal, Inc. in Fayetteville, AR is pleased to announce the release of another new and exciting product! Melatonin SR 2mg Melatonin is a natural hormone secreted by the pineal gland of the human brain.  It is important for maintaining normal circadian rhythms and sleep-wake cycles.  Supplementation with melatonin may be beneficial for individuals with […]

#PHYSCIAN'SCHOICE

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.

VENDOR NEWS

COVID-19 and VIOME

As we all continue to navigate this challenging, world-wide event, I very much hope that every one of you is safe, well, and able to use this time to invest as much as you can in your health.  Viome is a federally certified clinical lab and certified by the state government to be an essential […]

Ethical Product Marketing in the Coronavirus Era: Town Hall

We will be discussing the do’s and don’ts of marketing products during the Coronavirus era. This is pertinent not only for the hemp industry but the larger dietary supplement industry as well! I will be joined by two special guests which cover the expert legal, regulatory, and marketing sides of the industry. -Linda Nielander is […]

Melatonin SR

Bio-Tech Pharmacal, Inc. in Fayetteville, AR is pleased to announce the release of another new and exciting product! Melatonin SR 2mg Melatonin is a natural hormone secreted by the pineal gland of the human brain.  It is important for maintaining normal circadian rhythms and sleep-wake cycles.  Supplementation with melatonin may be beneficial for individuals with […]

Start typing and press Enter to search