April 2009 | Autoimmune & Allergy Medicine
Desensitizing Allergies with the Miller Method
Neil McKinney, ND
Autoimmunity and the Role of Women’s Hormones
Mary Shackelton, MPH, ND
Could Monosodium Glutamate Cause Multiple Sclerosis?
Amy Elizabeth Terlisner, NMD
A look at one possible trigger for what today’s medical community considers an autoimmune disease.
Behavioral Treatments for Insomnia
Catherine Darley, ND
Treatment such as CBT-I is aligned with our naturopathic principles, and has been shown to be effective compared to pharmacologic treatments.
Carcinoid: The Zebra Diagnosis
Gurdev Parmar, ND, FABNO and Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO
Carcinoid is easy to miss and easy to mistake for something else. Here’s a reminder to put this cancer back on NDs’ differential diagnostic lists.
Addressing Acute Allergy Concerns Naturally
Holly Lucille, RN, ND, CPT
Several natural botanical extracts have been shown to be effective in reducing allergic symptoms while minimizing the undesirable effects frequently associated with current pharmacological therapies.
The Nature of the Counseling Relationship
Hanna Ian, NMD, MS
Exploring the dynamics of a physician’s counseling relationship with a patient specific to naturopathic philosophy.
Kfar Saba Syndrome
Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO
The tie between hypothyroidism, and iron and B12 deficiencies.
What’s Happening in the Naturopathic Medical Community
A Very Sneezy Case
Joe Kellerstein, DC, ND
The characterizing elements of a patient suffering from allergies lead to the best remedy.
Review of Herbs for Allergies
Jill E. Stansbury, ND
Most current research on herbs involves identifying natural substances noted to reduce histamine, inhibit cyclooxygenase, inhibit excessive platelet activation and stabilize mast cells. Flavonoids perform all of these actions.
Towards an Epistemology of Naturopathic Medicine: A continuing series.
David Schleich, PhD