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Notes from the Field: April, 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; […]

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Mycotoxins & the Brain

Tolle Causam  Lauren Tessier, ND If you’ve worked with people suffering from mold and mycotoxin exposure, you are aware of the vast array of symptoms they report. It is not uncommon for people to experience a litany of cognitive symptoms, including, but not limited to, brain fog, confusion, inattention, disorientation, and difficulties with memory, problem solving, following conversation, […]

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How to Think Like an ND, Part 1

The Vital Conversation   JAMES SENSENIG, ND JARED L. ZEFF, ND, VNMI, LAC  This article joins a series of articles in NDNR that are based on transcripts of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute (NMI)’s Wednesday morning call-in program, The Vital Conversation. The program is hosted by senior vitalists to enhance the ability of naturopathic physicians to practice as vitalist naturopathic doctors. In this lightly edited […]

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Keeping Calm and Carrying On: Will the Walls of Medical Education Come Tumbling Down?

Education  DAVID J. SCHLEICH, PHD    There are many aspects of naturopathic medical education which are being reviewed, repurposed, and reorganized right now. In the flurry of change and activity, thought leaders from outside our own community can sometimes provide useful and relevant insights for the path ahead. For example, take Dingeman Kuilman, the Dutch design and fashion thinker who led Premsela for many years (the Dutch […]

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Charles

Similar Thought  Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND Charles, a man in his mid-50s, presented to my office in early 2018. He was tall, lean, and appeared to be in good physical condition.  “My wife has noticed a substantial curvature of my erect penis,” he said. Peyronie’s.  “My sex drive seems to have declined in the past year. I don’t react as quickly in the moment during […]

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Medical Resources for NDs: A Review of Current Publications for the Naturopathic Industry

Education   JACOB SCHOR, ND, FABNO  The Textbook of Naturopathic Oncology: A Desktop Guide of Integrative Cancer Care  Books, in my mind, are divided into a number of categories: home books vs office books, for example. John LeCarre is a home book. Merck is office; Nevada Barr, Amy Bloom, and Ian Rankin are all home books. Felter, Yarnell, and Gaby are clearly office books.    There […]

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A Diabetic Breakthrough: A Son’s Gift of Health to His Father

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  DECKER WEISS, NMD, FASA  There is a thought process that great entrepreneurs use when solving problems, which is called “researching your butt off!” This is the story of Ron Elul, an Israeli businessman who had successfully built and sold companies outside of the realm of medicine. However, when his father was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and local physicians had a hard […]

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Setting the Record Straight: Homœopathy’s Rightful Place in Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Perspective  JAMIE OSKIN, ND, DHANP  ERIC UDELL, ND  The January 2019 article by Nelson et al, “The Bell Tolls for Homeopathy: Time for Change in the Training and Practice of North American Naturopathic Physicians,”1 necessitated this response in order to correct numerous factual errors and logical fallacies. In truth, the task of properly critiquing this article requires more space than that […]

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Social Connection: A Missing Piece of Your Treatment Plan?

Tolle Totum  ANGELA CORTAL, ND  A patient, whom I’ll call Ashley, was a pleasant, friendly 31-year-old mother of 2 when she first consulted me in 2019 for migrating joint pains. A previous provider had told her it was “probably fibromyalgia.” Not being satisfied with what sounded like an off-the-cuff diagnosis, we began by taking a deep dive into her full history.  It was soon apparent that there was more to her past than “probably fibromyalgia.” […]

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Cancer Pain

Tolle Causam  LINDSAY ADRIAN, ND, FABNO  Over half of people with cancer will experience moderate to severe pain, with some estimates as high as 2/3 of cancer patients.1 Many patients’ pain will not be managed appropriately, leading to impaired sleep, mood changes, fatigue, and other significant impacts on quality of life. There are many validated pain score assessment tools, including some that […]

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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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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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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Emotional Attachment to Memories Make them Stronger

Node Smith, ND Memories linked with strong emotions often become seared in the brain. Most people can remember where they were on 9/11, or what the weather was like on the day their first child was born. Memories about world events on Sept 10, or lunch last Tuesday, have long been erased. Why are memories […]

Silicone Breast Implants May Cause Cell Death

Node Smith, ND Silicone molecules from breast implants can initiate processes in human cells that lead to cell death. Researchers from Radboud University have demonstrated this in a new study that will be published on 12 June in Scientific Reports. “However, there are still many questions about what this could mean for the health effects […]

The Newest Mindset of Success

Node Smith, ND To succeed in modern life, people need to accomplish challenging tasks effectively. Many successful entrepreneurs, business-people, students, athletes and more, tend to be more strategic — and hence, more effective — than others at meeting such challenges. A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that […]

Where You Live May be Key to Long Life

Node Smith, ND When it comes to living to the ripe old age of 100, good genes help but don’t tell the full story. Where you live has a significant impact on the likelihood that you will reach centenarian age, suggests a new study conducted by scientists at Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College […]

Inflammatory Response to Tumors May Play Bigger Role in Cancer than Previously Thought

Node Smith, ND Most traditional cancer therapies target either the tumor cells themselves or indiscriminately kill any rapidly dividing cell. New findings by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine indicate that manipulating macrophages, a type of immune cell found abundantly in the tissues surrounding a tumor, could also be a viable […]

A Synthetic Cartilage May Be Strong Enough for Knee Replacement

Node Smith, ND The thin, slippery layer of cartilage between the bones in the knee is magical stuff: strong enough to withstand a person’s weight, but soft and supple enough to cushion the joint against impact, over decades of repeat use. That combination of soft-yet-strong has been hard to reproduce in the lab. But now, […]

PANDAS Connected to Sudden Obsessive-Compulsion Onset in Children

Node Smith, ND Yale scientists may have found a cause for the sudden onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in some children, they report. Pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders, or PANDAS, were first proposed in the 1990s. Thought to be triggered by streptococcal infections, they account for an unknown portion of youth OCD cases. But the biology […]

COVID-19 Lockdown Effect on Sleep

Node Smith, ND Stay-at-home orders and “lockdowns” related to the COVID-19 pandemic have had a major impact on the daily lives of people around the world and that includes the way that people sleep, two studies report June 10 in the journal Current Biology. Both studies show that relaxed school and work schedules and more […]

Birth Defects Caused by Flame Retardant?

Node Smith, ND A new study from the University of Georgia has shown that exposure to a now-banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm, leading to major health defects in children of exposed parents. Exposure to a now-banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm Published recently in Scientific Reports, […]

Vast Majority of Americans Stress About Country’s Future

Node Smith, ND More than 8 in 10 Americans (83%) say the future of our nation is a significant source of stress, according to the American Psychological Association’s most recent survey report, Stress in America™ 2020: Stress in The Time of COVID-19, Volume Two. The previous high was 69%, reported in 2018 as part of […]

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Emotional Attachment to Memories Make them Stronger

Node Smith, ND Memories linked with strong emotions often become seared in the brain. Most people can remember where they were on 9/11, or what the weather was like on the day their first child was born. Memories about world events on Sept 10, or lunch last Tuesday, have long been erased. Why are memories […]

Silicone Breast Implants May Cause Cell Death

Node Smith, ND Silicone molecules from breast implants can initiate processes in human cells that lead to cell death. Researchers from Radboud University have demonstrated this in a new study that will be published on 12 June in Scientific Reports. “However, there are still many questions about what this could mean for the health effects […]

The Newest Mindset of Success

Node Smith, ND To succeed in modern life, people need to accomplish challenging tasks effectively. Many successful entrepreneurs, business-people, students, athletes and more, tend to be more strategic — and hence, more effective — than others at meeting such challenges. A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that […]

Where You Live May be Key to Long Life

Node Smith, ND When it comes to living to the ripe old age of 100, good genes help but don’t tell the full story. Where you live has a significant impact on the likelihood that you will reach centenarian age, suggests a new study conducted by scientists at Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College […]

Inflammatory Response to Tumors May Play Bigger Role in Cancer than Previously Thought

Node Smith, ND Most traditional cancer therapies target either the tumor cells themselves or indiscriminately kill any rapidly dividing cell. New findings by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine indicate that manipulating macrophages, a type of immune cell found abundantly in the tissues surrounding a tumor, could also be a viable […]

A Synthetic Cartilage May Be Strong Enough for Knee Replacement

Node Smith, ND The thin, slippery layer of cartilage between the bones in the knee is magical stuff: strong enough to withstand a person’s weight, but soft and supple enough to cushion the joint against impact, over decades of repeat use. That combination of soft-yet-strong has been hard to reproduce in the lab. But now, […]

PANDAS Connected to Sudden Obsessive-Compulsion Onset in Children

Node Smith, ND Yale scientists may have found a cause for the sudden onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in some children, they report. Pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders, or PANDAS, were first proposed in the 1990s. Thought to be triggered by streptococcal infections, they account for an unknown portion of youth OCD cases. But the biology […]

COVID-19 Lockdown Effect on Sleep

Node Smith, ND Stay-at-home orders and “lockdowns” related to the COVID-19 pandemic have had a major impact on the daily lives of people around the world and that includes the way that people sleep, two studies report June 10 in the journal Current Biology. Both studies show that relaxed school and work schedules and more […]

Birth Defects Caused by Flame Retardant?

Node Smith, ND A new study from the University of Georgia has shown that exposure to a now-banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm, leading to major health defects in children of exposed parents. Exposure to a now-banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm Published recently in Scientific Reports, […]

Vast Majority of Americans Stress About Country’s Future

Node Smith, ND More than 8 in 10 Americans (83%) say the future of our nation is a significant source of stress, according to the American Psychological Association’s most recent survey report, Stress in America™ 2020: Stress in The Time of COVID-19, Volume Two. The previous high was 69%, reported in 2018 as part of […]

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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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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]

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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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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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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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 […]

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