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Biopharma & Biomedicine: The Stacked Deck

Education David J. Schleich, PhD The monolith that is the biomedicine industrial complex in America costs hit 18.2% in 2018, regardless of the irrefutable data about growing chronicity and the poor health of young people and boomers alike. (Statistics Portal, 2019) The European Union average is about half that. (Nuffield Trust, 2017) In fact, projected […]

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Rosa canina: A Potential Herbal Preventive for Post-C-section UTI

Tolle Causam Kris Somol, ND Mary Schroeder, BSC Kathryn Hightower, BA Francisco Miranda, BSC Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common ailment in female-bodied individuals. Certain populations are at an increased risk for UTI, including, but not limited to, pregnant and postpartum women.1 Due to catheterization, there is an increased risk of bacteriuria in post-Cesarean […]

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Preconception Planning: Enhancing Healthier Baby Outcomes

Naturopathic Perspective Shannon Sinsheimer, ND Preconception planning is often recommended to couples who have an interest in optimizing their fertility, conception, pregnancy, baby’s development, and lifelong health and wellness of their children. However, not all couples seek or have the timing option to engage in preconception care. Unfortunately, the health and wellness of the upcoming […]

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GMO Crops & Glyphosate: Detrimental Effects on Health

Docere Humaira Quraishi, ND, MS An historic event took place in August of 2018 when Dewayne Johnson won his lawsuit against Monsanto; he was granted “$39.2 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages.”1 Johnson, a 46-year-old gardener, developed non-Hodgkins lymphoma after continuous use of Monsanto’s most popular commercial weed killer. Thus far, […]

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Antioxidants & Male Infertility: Can Supplements Make a Difference?

Tolle Causam Chris D. Meletis, ND Modern couples are attempting to procreate in a world of toxins and dietary and lifestyle habits that produce an overabundance of reactive oxygen species (ROS); antioxidant defenses are burdened as a result. Toxins (eg, bisphenol-A and pesticides in food), aging, psychological stress, obesity, poor nutrition, reduced physical activity, high […]

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Estrogen Dominance: When an Unhealthy Gut Estrobolome is to Blame

Naturopathic Perspective Carrie Jones, ND, MPH It is well established that elevated estrogen can pose many problems for both men and women. Not only can it result in estrogen dominance symptoms; if not properly detoxified, it increases the risk of several cancers. When patients present with elevated laboratory levels of estrogen and/or have symptoms related […]

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Estrogen Dominance in Women

Tolle Totum Serena Goldstein, ND Young girls today are developing breasts and starting their periods earlier than in previous generations. High estrogen levels are a likely key contributor to this premature development in girls. Excess estrogen over time places women at risk for hormonal issues such as early menopause and breast cancer. Early sexual development […]

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HPV Vaccine & Infertility: No Link

Naturopathic Perspective Max Cohen, ND A research paper by Delong was recently published that has generated considerable attention, especially in online environments where vaccine misinformation tends to thrive. This research makes a bold claim, which is that a decline in fertility rates is due in part to vaccination against certain strains of the human papillomavirus […]

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Thyrotropin: Using the Marker to Manage Autoimmune Thyroiditis

Docere Guillermo Ruiz, NMD Alan Christianson, NMD Thyrotropin, also known as thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), is the signal secreted from the thyrotrophic cells of the anterior pituitary in response to the release of thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) by the hypothalamus. Thyrotropin acts as a proliferative signal to target cells primarily in the thyroid gland, but also on […]

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Glyphosate: Effects on Health

Humaira Quraishi, ND, MS Docere Who would ever think we’d be consuming herbicide/pesticides in foods other than fruits, vegetables, and grains? Well, think again. Glyphosate, an herbicide contained in the popular product Roundup, and used to eradicate unwanted vegetation, has shown up in one of America’s favorite ice cream brands – Ben & Jerry’s.1 Glyphosate […]

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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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New Tosh and Old Adjectives: When Terminology Obfuscates

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

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A Woman Champion: Mary Sargeant Gove Nichols, Hydrotherapist

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

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Cannabis & the ECS: How Cannabinoids are Changing Health Care

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

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“Life-Saving Intervention” of Mother’s Milk for Infants with Heart Disease

Node Smith, ND There’s been historic controversy regarding the health benefits of breastfeeding for infants. Holistic minded individuals in general consider breastfeeding the optimum food choice for infants, which helps promote a healthy immune system and protect babies from disease. Recently a study and press release was made public that also advocates the use of […]

Neurons Make Estrogen, and it Affects Memory

Node Smith, ND Neurons in both males and females make estrogen and scientists have shown that when they don’t, their brains have significantly less dense spines and synapses – both key communication points for neurons – in the biggest part of their brain, called the forebrain. Estrogen in the brain key to keeping neurons communicating […]

Three Year Follow-up on Lymphoma Case Treated with Water Fasting

Node Smith, ND This case report is by no means conclusive and by no means advocates using water fasting as a means of treating cancer. AND, it’s certainly amazing what the body can do when it is provided with clean food, and restorative conditions. The following case study is taken from the British Medical Journal, […]

Case Studies: Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome

Node Smith, ND A recent article addresses a possible side effect of excessive cannabis consumption. Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is characterized by cyclic attacks of nausea and vomiting in chronic cannabinoid users. Interestingly, there also seems to be a learned behavior of compulsive hot bathing that accompanies. There have been 3 recent deaths of individuals […]

Vape Products Increase Nicotine Levels in Products

Node Smith, ND A recent study highlighted the growing practice of producing e-cigarette liquids – vaping liquids – that have much higher nicotine levels than previously marketed. The range of nicotine concentration until recently had been between 1% and 3%. A 3% e-liquid is described as a “super high” concentration intended as an alternative for […]

Plant Based Diets Best for GI Hormones

Node Smith, ND A new study has found that a vegan diet helps to support hormones produced in the gastrointestinal tract that are responsible for balancing blood sugar, hunger and weight.1 A vegan diet is one that consists of no animal products or byproducts, which includes the omission of eggs and dairy. The study was […]

Over the Counter Diarrhea Medication Could be Problematic for Opiate Addicts

Node Smith, ND A recent Rutgers study, published in the journal Clinical Toxicology, comments on a new trend that is complicating the current opiate epidemic: overdoses of loperamide, an over-the-counter diarrhea medication. Loperamide, or better known as “Imodium,” has been gaining popularity amongst individuals struggling with opioid addiction, due to a “high” that can be […]

Sleep, Stress and Mood May Impact How ‘In Control’ Older Adults Feel

Node Smith, ND Psychology researchers have found another reason that sleep, mood and stress are important: they affect the extent to which older adults feel they have control over their lives. The findings can inform efforts to improve an individual’s sense of control, which has ramifications for physical, mental and emotional health. Sleep, mood and […]

Serotonin May Play Role in Reacting to Emergency Situations

Node Smith, ND Known for its role in relieving depression, the neurochemical serotonin may also help the brain execute instantaneous, appropriate behaviors in emergency situations, according to a new Cornell study published Feb. 1 in Science. Serotonin may help the brain execute appropriate behaviors in emergency situations The researchers studied brain activity patterns in mice. […]

Zinc Deficiency May Play a Role in Hypertension

Node Smith, ND Lower-than-normal zinc levels may contribute to high blood pressure (hypertension) by altering the way the kidneys handle sodium. The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology—Renal Physiology. Zinc-deficiency-induced hypertension Zinc deficiency is common in people with chronic illnesses such as type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease. […]

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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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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 […]

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 […]

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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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New Tosh and Old Adjectives: When Terminology Obfuscates

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

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A Woman Champion: Mary Sargeant Gove Nichols, Hydrotherapist

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

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Cannabis & the ECS: How Cannabinoids are Changing Health Care

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

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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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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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Sperm Counts Decreasing at Alarming Rate, New Antioxidant Study Shows 122% Increase in Sperm Motility and 33% Increase in Sperm Count

Over the past 40 years, sperm count in Western men has dropped over 50 percent; recent antioxidant study by Hamad Medical Corporation gives hope to infertile men Infertility is an issue for 1 in 6 couples; in about 50% of these cases the infertility is attributable to the male partner. A startling 2017 study outlining […]

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Klaire Labs® (SFI USA) Announces the Release of Clearity for Inner Ear Health, Hearing Function, and Related Cognitive Support.

Reno, NV – Klaire Labs (SFI USA) today announced the availability of Clearity, a unique antioxidant formula designed to support auditory and vestibular function.† Hearing loss affects 17% of the U.S. population. Approximately half of adults over 65 are affected, and the figure increases to 83% over the age of seventy.1 In addition to direct […]

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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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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 […]

Sperm Counts Decreasing at Alarming Rate, New Antioxidant Study Shows 122% Increase in Sperm Motility and 33% Increase in Sperm Count

Over the past 40 years, sperm count in Western men has dropped over 50 percent; recent antioxidant study by Hamad Medical Corporation gives hope to infertile men Infertility is an issue for 1 in 6 couples; in about 50% of these cases the infertility is attributable to the male partner. A startling 2017 study outlining […]

Klaire Labs® (SFI USA) Announces the Release of Clearity for Inner Ear Health, Hearing Function, and Related Cognitive Support.

Reno, NV – Klaire Labs (SFI USA) today announced the availability of Clearity, a unique antioxidant formula designed to support auditory and vestibular function.† Hearing loss affects 17% of the U.S. population. Approximately half of adults over 65 are affected, and the figure increases to 83% over the age of seventy.1 In addition to direct […]

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