Tag Archives: naturopathic medicine

Disease as Our Teacher

by in Diabetes, Diarrhea, Kitchen Sink, Naturopathic Theory, Neck Pain, Pain Management, Preventative Medicine, Reader Questions May 8, 2009

By Dr. Nicole Sundene Happy Teacher Appreciation Week Everyone! Who is Your Teacher? Did you know that even adults have teachers? We may not knowingly be matriculated into the curriculum, but LIFE is teaching us so many things. In my opinion, disease is an amazing teacher. Whether chronic or acute, disease is the only way […]

Doctors Fighting in Washington D.C. to Support H.Con.Res.58!

by in American Sickcare System, Kitchen Sink, Lifestyle Tips, Press Releases, Preventative Medicine May 2, 2009

By Dr. Nicole Sundene If you want to see health care reform, and if you blog for health care reform, please re-post the following press release on your website, share with friends, family, and well…everyone that will listen!  You can even include my introductory spiel, or make your own. Please just share the word! Doctors […]

Naturopathic Medicine Series Airs Tonight on PBS! April 8th

by in Kitchen Sink, Naturopathic Theory, Press Releases, Preventative Medicine April 8, 2009

Press Release: For Immediate Release On April 8, 2009 the country’s first series on naturopathic medicine will air on southern California’s KOCE, the sixth-largest PBS station in the country. Produced by the award-winning American Health Journal in conjunction with the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP), the series will educate the public about the practices […]