Patients

Allergies
By Christopher Shade, PhD
May 28, 2019

Watery red eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing, and coughing – when your waiting room is full of patients with these symptoms, you know that allergy season has arrived! Seasonal allergies are on the rise, with 8% of U.S. adults suffering from seasonal allergies in the spring, summer, and fall.1 Rising levels of CO2 from climate change are causing plants to produce pollen more vigorously, lengthening the intensity and duration of allergy season.2Natural antihistamines can offer dramatic relief, balancing your patients’ histamine response and allowing...

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Leaf, Supplements
By Bob Bernhardt, LLM, PhD

Part I presented compelling data on both the efficacy and the economic savings of naturopathic approaches to reducing cardiovascular risk and chronic back pain. Two more studies are discussed below, followed by data on patient behavior, which indicates significant cost savings for those who seek naturopathic care.

The two other studies did not have companion economic analyses, but they did show significant health improvements. Adjunctive naturopathic care for...

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stairs
By Tori Hudson, ND

Current physical activity guidelines recommend moderate intensity exercise for 30 minutes most days of the week for a total of 150 minutes/week, or vigorous exercise for 75 minutes per week, spread out over at least 3 sessions per week. In a report published in January 2017, researchers evaluated more than 63,000 men and women over age 40, inquiring about their moderate to vigorous physical activity.1 The research participants were classified into four groups:

  1. individuals who did no moderate or vigorous physical activity
  2. those who met the guidelines of 150...
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