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Episode 301: Autoimmune Conditions

Published on November 14, 2013, by in Uncategorized.

This week we begin a discussion of a much larger topic, autoimmune disease.  We discuss some clinical ideas as well as the philosophy behind trying to treat these conditions.  In addition Dr. Davis asks Dr. Noska some questions about the ins and outs of biotherapeutic drainage.  Enjoy! References: Turns out the prevalence of spondyloarthropathies is

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Episode 210: Patient Management

This week we discuss a very important topic in patient management.  Often as NDs we engage in deeper relationships with our patients as we typically spend more time with them in a given visit.  The doctor/patient relationship is a special one, but it is just as important to discuss other aspects of this relationship such

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Episode 209: Acute Care

Published on September 5, 2013, by in Uncategorized.

We wanted to discuss a topic that gets less attention in the ND realm.  That is acute care.  It’s pretty important, but we discovered we may know less than we thought we did.  Message us with some of your favorite acute treatments.       References: Wikipedia states that  “Well-controlled scientific evaluation of iridology has

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Episode 208: Diets

Published on August 22, 2013, by in Uncategorized.

This week we discuss the topic of various diets and how they affect health.  This is obviously a huge topic and one that merits many lengthy discussions.  Hopefully we begin this discussion for you showing that the notion of diet and food is as variable as it is important to the naturopathic profession and the

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Episode 207: Vitamins

Published on August 1, 2013, by in Uncategorized.

A recent article that was circulating on Facebook prompted a needed discussion on vitamin supplementation.  Is it a good thing?  Is it a bad thing?  Is there a grey area?  We discuss this and more on the latest episode of The Naturocast. References: The article that sparked this debate. Dietary supplements and mortality rate (in

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