Heart Health 101: Stress, Inflammation, and Inertia

By Melissa Kuser, ND, LAc Piggy-backing on the high visibility of Valentine’s Day red heart-shaped boxes, February has been declared National Heart Health Awareness Month.  It seems only reasonable to discuss the heart health topic from a naturopathic perspective and to dispel a few common misunderstandings.  In my practice, one of the most common questions …

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It’s the Flu, What to Do?

by Dr. Jennifer Karon-Flores, ND Well, it’s happened.  I have not had the flu in years, but guess what?  Last week was my week to get sick.  I had a fever and chills, cough, and generally felt quite sorry for myself (though I'm on the mend).  If you had an appointment with me earlier this week, …

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Health Insurance Changes

by Dr. Jennifer Karon-Flores, ND  I get questions every day about individual health insurance plans, whether naturopathic care will be covered under the new plans, and whether someone should stick with their current healthcare company or switch. Note that all individual subscribers must choose a new plan before December 2013, and coverage begins January 1st 2014.  If you …

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Tending the Flora Within

by Dr. Sara Hart, ND, LAc, LMT The noise of rumbling and grumbling guts can be quite a disconcerting experience. Was it something I ate?  Montezuma's revenge?  Or is it normal?  These are all questions pondered while trying to pretend it's really the dog's belly that everyone is uncomfortably hearing. Our bodies are made up …

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The “C” Word

by Dr. Ilana Gurevich ND, LAc   "You have cancer."  You hear these words and your heart goes cold. All of a sudden your whole life feels like it is over and you think that you have a death sentence and there is nothing you can do to get out of it.  After the "C" …

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