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In order to continue to ensure that students graduate with a complete set of business skills to succeed in today’s health care marketplace, National University recently redesigned the business curriculum in the naturopathic medicine program.
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Dr. Crystal Foresman-Landers, OT, ND, CNS is the first and only dual licensed occupational therapist and naturopathic doctor in the United States. Dr. Foresman-Landers is also a board certified nutrition specialist. She provides naturopathic, functional medicine, functional integrative nutrition and integrative occupational therapy services in Wheaton, Illinois.  
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Nuts are a highly versatile food with a ton of health benefits. From heart health to weight management, nuts carry a lot of nutritional power in a tiny package. 
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Dr. JoAnn Yanez, AANMC Executive Director, joins KCAA’s NBC LA affiliate On the Brink to discuss improving your heart health, including lesser known strategies.
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An old Irish legend is that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.  That may be a myth, or is it?  If you imagine the vegetables you eat as a rainbow, then the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow is optimal health. And if you have your health, you are rich indeed. When you combine a rainbow of vegetables in one dish, that makes the goal of eating the rainbow much more attainable and that is exactly what Rainbow Vegetable Chicken Soup does.
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Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that is integral to many processes in the body. It helps to improve mood and memory, regulate sleep, and is an important factor when treating a variety of disorders including depression, anxiety, bulimia nervosa, panic disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 1  In addition to improving mood, serotonin strengthens immunity and improves digestion, so those who are not experiencing mood issues also benefit from actively seeking out serotonin boosters. 2  3 There are a number of ways to naturally boost your serotonin levels in order to improve your mood, help your memory, reduce insomnia, increase immunity, and more.
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Menopause is caused by the cessation in production of estrogen and progesterone in the ovaries, which results in the end of menstruation.1 Women who have undergone a hysterectomy with the removal of their ovaries will undergo immediate menopause. However, for most, this is a gradual process, and brings with it a variety of symptoms that can negatively impact daily life, including insomnia and other sleep issues, hot flashes, mood disorders, cognitive decline, weight gain, and sexual dysfunction. 2 Women going through menopause are also more susceptible to cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes, so taking care of your health during this time is crucial. 3 
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In order to continue to ensure that students graduate with a complete set of business skills to succeed in today’s health care marketplace, National University recently redesigned the business curriculum in the naturopathic medicine program.
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Dr. Bose serves as a full-time attending clinician throughout all clinical courses at NUHS and serves as a mentor to her students. “Many times, students know the information, but just need a little push to realize they are capable. Confidence develops with experience and the right mentorship. I hope I provide that mentorship to my students.”
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Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about naturopathic medicine including it's values and principles, what illness can be treated and how if differs from MD/DOs.
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