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ND History Redux: What Many NDs Don’t Know About a Small NJ Town

Education David J. Schleich, PhD Recently I was in Butler, NJ, to confer with local leaders about the importance of that nifty little town in the naturopathic profession’s early history. Regrettably, the only fragments of that special period of Benedict and Louisa Lust’s Jungborn, and the launch of naturopathic medicine in America, manifested in 2 small […]

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Message from the President: National University of Natural Medicine

Education David J. Schleich, PhD A generation ago we were a tiny cohort of naturopathic students learning medicine in a Southeast Portland, OR, storefront. Today, NUNM is living a strategic plan called A Framework for Action, which, now in its third 5-year iteration, has wider horizons in mind and in play. This spring 2019, a […]

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Treating Chronic Pain: Focus on the Disability

Student Scholarship – 1st Place Research Review Cecilia L. Stevens, PhD Shabita Teja, BPharm, ND Chronic pain is commonly defined as any pain lasting longer than 12 weeks in duration. This informal definition was developed to describe neuralgia that lingered after physical tissue trauma had been resolved. Theoretically, there should be no residual tissue trauma […]

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Autoimmunity & Estrogen Metabolism: Finding the “Goldilocks Zone”

Naturopathic Perspective Andrea Gruszecki, ND Many aspects of human physiology are influenced by levels of steroid sex hormones, and the immune system is no exception. A thorough evaluation and understanding of an autoimmune patient’s native hormone metabolism may provide insight and therapeutic options. Hormone effects are dimorphic; that is, the effect of a hormone varies […]

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Treating Autoimmune Diseases: A Functional Approach for Practitioners

Tolle Totum Holly Lucille, ND, RN If you have patients with an autoimmune condition, it’s not surprising. According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), a division of the National Institutes of Health, autoimmune diseases affect over 23 million Americans.1 Other estimates push this number to over 50 million, because while there at […]

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Herbs & Autoimmunity: Using Botanicals to Balance T-Cell Activity

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Tanya Lee, ND Autoimmune diseases are complex, multifactorial conditions that arise from the loss of “self tolerance” and the infiltration of inflammatory cells within the target tissue. The pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases appears to be dependent on the differentiation patterns of the CD4+ T-helper-cell family that lead to uncontrolled innate and adaptive […]

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Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis: 3-Year Case Study

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Elena Krasnov, BSc, ND A 55-year-old female patient presented with a sharp pain in the throat area, which began in January 2016 and had lasted over 3 weeks by the time she consulted me. She had originally thought she had a sore throat. Two months before developing this pain, the patient unexpectedly […]

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Autoimmunity & GI Disorders: Sorting Out the Triggers

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

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Autoimmune Disease: The Role of Gut Bacteria

Keegan Sheridan, ND Tolle Causam According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), 23.5 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease. Epidemiological data provide evidence that this number is also steadily rising throughout Westernized societies.1 More than 80 individual autoimmune diseases have been identified, with most of them disproportionately affecting women.2 Both genetic and environmental factors […]

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Lyme Disease: A Whole-Person Approach

Darin Ingels, ND, FAAEM Tolle Totum Lyme disease has become the fastest-growing insect-borne infectious disease in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In 2018, we are already hearing about the rising tick population and the expectation that Lyme disease will only become more epidemic than it already is. More than 300 000 Americans and 65 […]

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A Perfect Storm: Case Study of a 20-Year-Old with a Psychotic Episode

A Perfect Storm: Case Study of a 20-Year-Old with a Psychotic Episode

Tolle Causam Joyce Knieff, ND, EAMP, RH(AGH) Jennifer Kaltunas, ND, eamp As healthcare professionals, one of the most prized skills, developed as a result of our profound education and practice, is that of differential diagnosis. While some cases are straightforward, more often than not a patient may present with a complex presentation that warrants a […]

Anxiety: Homeopathy, Herbs, & Hydrotherapy

Anxiety: Homeopathy, Herbs, & Hydrotherapy

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Deborah Frances, RN, ND Chris Chlebowski, DC, ND The following cases illustrate the amazing power of Vis Medicatrix Naturae operating through the medicine of nature and the innate vitality of each patient; however, they do not necessarily, in this short discussion, address underlying causes contributing to the epidemic increase of mental health […]

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Psychiatric Disorders: Targeting the Microbiome

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

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Historical Savvy: Its Dearth Hurts

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

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The Milk Cure

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

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Cupping Therapy for Cellulite

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

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Miscarriage Prevention: Case Studies of Pranic Healing

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

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

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

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Alcoholic Cirrhosis with Ascites: A Case Report & Treatment Options

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

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Homeopathy: An Ally of Anxiety

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

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Female-Dominant Autoimmunity: The Role of Progesterone

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

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

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

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Probiotics: Key Players in Female Genitourinary Tract Health

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

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Body Adaptations from Short-term Overeating

Node Smith, ND Overeating has been found to impair blood sugar (glucose) control and insulin levels. A new study suggests that the duration of a bout of overeating can affect how the body adapts glucose and insulin processing when calorie intake increases. The article is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology—Endocrinology […]

The New Taste of “Reduced” Salt

Node Smith, ND Washington State University researchers have found a way to make food taste salty but with less of the sodium chloride tied to poor health. “It’s a stealth approach, not like buying the ‘reduced salt’ option, which people generally don’t like,” said Carolyn Ross, a Food Science professor at WSU. “If we can […]

The Use of Aconite Root for Neuropathic Pain

Node Smith, ND It may be of interest that there was a recent study on the use of aconite for pain. Tincture of aconite has been used traditionally as a pain killer, and only within the last few decades has it fallen out of favor in educational institute. It is an extremely toxic botanical, and […]

Improving Microbiota Diversity May Drastically Reduce Autism Symptoms by up to 50%

Node Smith, ND A recent research study suggests that changing the gut microbiome in children with autism could reduce the severity of the symptoms they experience.1 This is part of a longer research project, started in 2017. Gut microbiome in children with autism; research project started in 2017 In 2017, researchers Dae-Wook Kang, PhD., Rose Krajmalnikat-Brown, […]

Syphilis Invades Rural America and a Fraying Health Safety Net Fails to Stop it

Node Smith, ND When Karolyn Schrage first heard about the “dominoes gang” in the health clinic she runs in Joplin, Mo., she assumed it had to do with pizza. Turns out it was a group of men in their 60s and 70s who held a standing game night — which included sex with one another. […]

Hypnosis a genuine alternative to painkillers?

Node Smith, ND A project led by psychologist Dr Trevor Thompson of the University of Greenwich found that hypnosis is more effective with people who are especially amenable to suggestion. But it also found that those who are moderately suggestible – essentially most people – saw a 29% drop in pain. New research shows that […]

New Treatment for Gynecological and Post-menopausal Problems

Node Smith, ND There is a relatively new regenerative treatment for vaginal atrophy and other vaginal, gynecological and post-menopausal issues. The treatment involves using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from fat tissue to stimulate healthy tissue growth. This has been coined as Lipogems technology, and is similar in theory to other injectable regenerative treatments such as […]

Strengthening Neural Connections in Under an Hour

Node Smith, ND A recent study suggests that less than an hour of brain training with neurofeedback leads to a measurable strengthening of neuro synaptic connections within the brain. The research is interested in optimization and development of new therapeutic options and approaches for conditions such as stroke and Parkinson’s. The research is being conducted […]

Autism Rates in New Jersey are the Highest of any US State

Node Smith, ND A recent report from Rutgers University showed that pre-schoolers in New Jersey have the highest rates of autism ever seen in the United States. This observation is against a backdrop of increasing autism rates nationally over the last twenty years, but New Jersey seems to report rates of autism that have increased […]

Smile, You’ll Feel Happier

Node Smith, ND A recent article supports the notion that simply smiling can actually make people feel happier.1 The conclusion comes from a team of research psychologists who combined data from 138 studies of over 11,000 people and found that the facial expressions we use do have a small impact on the feelings we experience. […]

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Historical Savvy: Its Dearth Hurts

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

The Milk Cure

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

Cupping Therapy for Cellulite

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

Miscarriage Prevention: Case Studies of Pranic Healing

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

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

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

Alcoholic Cirrhosis with Ascites: A Case Report & Treatment Options

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

Homeopathy: An Ally of Anxiety

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

Female-Dominant Autoimmunity: The Role of Progesterone

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

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

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

Probiotics: Key Players in Female Genitourinary Tract Health

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

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A Perfect Storm: Case Study of a 20-Year-Old with a Psychotic Episode

A Perfect Storm: Case Study of a 20-Year-Old with a Psychotic Episode

Tolle Causam Joyce Knieff, ND, EAMP, RH(AGH) Jennifer Kaltunas, ND, eamp As healthcare professionals, one of the most prized skills, developed as a result of our profound education and practice, is that of differential diagnosis. While some cases are straightforward, more often than not a patient may present with a complex presentation that warrants a […]

Anxiety: Homeopathy, Herbs, & Hydrotherapy

Anxiety: Homeopathy, Herbs, & Hydrotherapy

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Deborah Frances, RN, ND Chris Chlebowski, DC, ND The following cases illustrate the amazing power of Vis Medicatrix Naturae operating through the medicine of nature and the innate vitality of each patient; however, they do not necessarily, in this short discussion, address underlying causes contributing to the epidemic increase of mental health […]

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Psychiatric Disorders: Targeting the Microbiome

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

11989580 - medicine bottles, blank label, free copy space

Historical Savvy: Its Dearth Hurts

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

44842171 - milk splash

The Milk Cure

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

Female Therapist Giving Cupping Treatment On Back At Spa

Cupping Therapy for Cellulite

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

High Angle View Of Young African Woman With Stomach Ache Lying On Sofa

Miscarriage Prevention: Case Studies of Pranic Healing

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

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

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

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Alcoholic Cirrhosis with Ascites: A Case Report & Treatment Options

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

45884272 - depressed female in autumn season

Homeopathy: An Ally of Anxiety

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

Beautiful Pregnant Woman In Cozy Clothes.

Female-Dominant Autoimmunity: The Role of Progesterone

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

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

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

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Probiotics: Key Players in Female Genitourinary Tract Health

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

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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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Natural Partners Fullscript announces $25M Series B Funding led by Kayne Partners

Leading Health Technology Company specializing in practitioner in-office and patient direct dispensing software to leverage funds to set a new standard of care for nutraceutical prescribing May 21, 2019 (Scottsdale, Arizona) – Natural Partners Fullscript, the leading nutraceutical prescribing platform for healthcare practitioners that utilize an integrative approach to patient care, today announced a $25M […]

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GRAMINEX L.L.C. RECEIVES NNHPD Health Canada Approval for PollenBerry®

Saginaw, Michigan. April 4, 2019 – Graminex® LLC, producer of Graminex® Non-Solvent Flower Pollen Extracts™, receives Health Canada Approval under the Natural and Nonprescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD) for its PollenBerry® Flower Pollen Extract™. PollenBerry® is a proprietary formulation containing Graminex® G60® Flower Pollen Extract™ and Cranberry Powder. Health Canada’s certification guarantees that Graminex Products […]

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Doctor’s Data, Inc Awarded Center of Excellence Laboratory Distinction from Salimetrics

St. Charles, IL – Doctor’s Data, Inc has been named one of only five Center of Excellence (COE) laboratories in the United States by Salimetrics, a recognized world leader in salivary research and testing. “The primary goal of the Salimetrics Center of Excellence program is to promote credible scientific research findings through better saliva testing […]

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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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Natural Partners Fullscript announces $25M Series B Funding led by Kayne Partners

Leading Health Technology Company specializing in practitioner in-office and patient direct dispensing software to leverage funds to set a new standard of care for nutraceutical prescribing May 21, 2019 (Scottsdale, Arizona) – Natural Partners Fullscript, the leading nutraceutical prescribing platform for healthcare practitioners that utilize an integrative approach to patient care, today announced a $25M […]

GRAMINEX L.L.C. RECEIVES NNHPD Health Canada Approval for PollenBerry®

Saginaw, Michigan. April 4, 2019 – Graminex® LLC, producer of Graminex® Non-Solvent Flower Pollen Extracts™, receives Health Canada Approval under the Natural and Nonprescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD) for its PollenBerry® Flower Pollen Extract™. PollenBerry® is a proprietary formulation containing Graminex® G60® Flower Pollen Extract™ and Cranberry Powder. Health Canada’s certification guarantees that Graminex Products […]

Doctor’s Data, Inc Awarded Center of Excellence Laboratory Distinction from Salimetrics

St. Charles, IL – Doctor’s Data, Inc has been named one of only five Center of Excellence (COE) laboratories in the United States by Salimetrics, a recognized world leader in salivary research and testing. “The primary goal of the Salimetrics Center of Excellence program is to promote credible scientific research findings through better saliva testing […]

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