January 2020 Vol. 12 Issue 1

Book Reviews

Book Review: Burnout in Healthcare—A Guide to Addressing the Epidemic, by Rajeev Kurapati, MD, MBA

by Daniel Lander, ND, FABNO  Burnout has reached epidemic levels in the healthcare field, with 80% of physicians reporting that they’re overextended or at capacity. This very practical manual focuses on how healthcare providers can recognize and eliminate burnout.


Evaluating Non-Pharmacological Approaches to Treating ADHD and Autism

by Natural Medicine Journal In the United States cases of autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) continue to rise. In this podcast, pediatric expert Matthew Hand, DO, describes why an integrative approach makes sense. Hand, who is the section chief for pediatric nephrology at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth, discusses his focus on diet, lifestyle, and dietary supplements to treat these 2 conditions.

Encouraging Ethical and Efficacious Innovation in Medicine

by Natural Medicine Journal Innovation is vital to the development and execution of new practices, techniques, and tools in healthcare. But with that innovation, ethical issues can arise. In this interview, seasoned healthcare expert and educator Howard Gershon describes some of the key concerns associated with innovation and medicine.

Practical Clinical Applications for the Healing Power of Nature

by Natural Medicine Journal Kurt Beil, ND, LAc, MPH, specializes in the use of natural environments and urban green space as a key bridge to healing. In this podcast, he discusses how he utilizes the healing power of nature with his patients.

Healthcare Perspectives

Top 10 Topics of 2019

by Natural Medicine Journal 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.