U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Includes Naturopathic Doctors in Indian Health Service Loan Repayment Program
Success!!! One of things we’ve fought so hard for the past few years at DC FLI
Happy Year of the Dragon!!
Know who you are, believe in yourself and be proud.
Check out my newest article for Natural News- demystifying fevers and explaining how and why they are healing process the body is designed to go through and NOT a symptom that needs to be suppressed. This is an issue fundamental to naturopathic philosophy, to support the body in its healing process or turn off the symptoms? Parents, patients and doctors need to understand the difference. After provoking discussions in multiple classes last week, I was inspired to share the message
“One of the biggest misconceptions in health care today is the role of fevers. Through misunderstanding, many parents fear fevers, when they should love and respect them. A fever is one of the most extraordinary and intricate healing processes in the body. It plays out like a symphony, orchestrated only when needed to stimulate an immune response, destroy invading organisms and promote the restoration of health. The American Academy of Pediatrics voiced concerns in a 2011 study, concluding that parents need to understand the fever itself is not endangering to a healthy child. In contrast, it’s actually beneficial and the primary goal of treatment should be to improve comfort, rather than lowering body temperature alone….”
Read the whole article here: Learn to Love Fevers, NOT fear them
This past holiday season, I wanted to make my friends and family something infused with love to last them throughout the year. I decided to make a few things…salves- one for the ladies and one for the fellas, dream pillows and oatscrubs.
Overall Outlook: Create perception through the direct use of wisdom.
Today as many times before, the sun has lit a streak of fire in the sky, but in morning of the new day, I am pushed from the hastening trolley bus like a cork from a bottle. Men and women love the dawn for it’s freshness, for it’s promise of new beginnings. In the morning therefor, I am not frightened that I have chosen to live a life unlike that of other young men.” – John White, Welsh poet
Traditionally, winter is the time of year when folks find it hardest to get out and exercise. In the hopes of keeping folks motivated, readers from Run Hundred–the web’s most heavily-trafficked site for workout music–were polled regarding their favorite, current workout songs. The resulting top 10 list has a little of what you’d expect—and a little you might not.