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Join our panel of ND students and a director of financial aid to hear the unique ways that some students are helping to finance their naturopathic degree. Education is an investment in yourself, but you don’t necessarily have to go deeply into debt to attain your dreams.
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Inflammation is part of the body’s natural immune response. When potentially harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or toxic substances are introduced, the body initiates an inflammatory response in order to begin the healing processes, signaling to the immune system to send more white blood cells to the affected area.
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Sage is an herb commonly used in savory dishes to amplify flavor, but did you know it also packs powerful health benefits?
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On behalf of the AANMC Board of Directors, we are pleased to announce that Dr. Melanie Henriksen has been appointed to the position of president of the AANMC Board of Directors. She will assume the role vacated with the retirement of Mr. Harlan Patterson from Bastyr University. Bastyr University will be represented on the AANMC Board by their new president, Dr. Devin Byrd.
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In retrospect, I came to naturopathic medical school seeking solutions to my own health issues. Today I hope to inspire and educate those seeking additional therapies to treat their illnesses as illness can often be cured when one creates the conditions for health.
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We have so many powerful tools and can make so many positive changes with naturopathic medicine because it is so good at working on the whole person and not just the disease. Being passionate about naturopathic medicine and having a clear vision of what you want to do will set you up for success.
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As an athlete, I struggled with chronic stress fractures and eventually fractured my pubic bone. After a lack of answers from medical specialists, I was forced to search on my own for the underlying cause, which ultimately led me to a career in Naturopathic and Chiropractic Medicine.
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NUHS School Update. New Chair of Clinical Sciences looks forward to supporting faculty and leading diversity efforts in naturopathic medicine. NUHS students share experiences in new homeopathy rotation. Earn double tuition credit by attending a visit event this summer
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Honey is often used as a healthier alternative to sugar, but not necessarily thought of as anything more than that. In addition to being a sweet treat and a more health-conscious choice than sugar, sustainably produced, local honey has a number of health benefits of its own.
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Fatigue affects people for many different reasons, and should not be confused with occasional, common tiredness. While ‘tired’ can be addressed by catching up on sleep or making sure that you are eating enough nutritious food, fatigue is defined as continuing to feel extremely tired in the presence of adequate sleep and proper nutrition.
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