Health remained at the forefront of public discourse in 2021, and the Natural Medicine Journal continued to offer their expertise as the world tried to navigate the ever-shifting landscape. As we kick off a new year, let's take a look back at the content that garnered the most attention this past year.
As the new publisher of Natural Medicine Journal, we are pleased to present this special issue on the important topic of oncology.
This special issue of the Natural Medicine Journal explores a variety of topics related to immune function—an important and timely theme that is top of mind for most integrative health professionals these days.
A recent study offers some important clinical takeaways about the potential of amino acid and polypeptide therapies, as well as the use of phosphatidylserine to lower cortisol levels.
As we all adjusted and adapted to a year like no other, health was at the forefront of everyone's minds. The integrative healthcare community stayed at the forefront of medical developments, and naturopathic physicians and other experts shared their knowledge to help us find footing in an ever-shifting landscape.
According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, approximately 60 to 70 million Americans have a digestive disease. In addition, the American Cancer Society estimates that 1 in 23 men and 1 in 25 women will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year and about 24,000 people will be diagnosed with stomach cancer. Issues involving the gastrointestinal (GI) tract are diverse, common, disruptive, and sometimes deadly. That’s why we devoted an entire issue of the Natural Medicine Journal to this important topic.
Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO, recounts the highlights from the 9th OncANP conference.
In these times of confusion and anxiety, we in the natural medicine community have the responsibility to help dispel myths and counter misinformation regarding the novel coronavirus and Covid-19.
As we get ready for a new decade, let's pause and reflect on the content that had the biggest impact in 2019. Here are the 10 topics readers viewed most in the past year.
With increasing post-treatment cancer survival, integrative care physicians are able to help cancer patients shift from a focus on surviving to living well—but cardiovascular damage caused by cancer treatment can get in the way of optimal wellness.