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“I like to help the underdog because I’ve been the underdog. The one who is not feeling well, hasn’t found an answer, who wants to feel better and will do what it takes, even if that means facing fears of how their life may change and that they may actually get what they want – whether that is a baby, a relationship, a new job, or the ability to travel.”
Gratitude is a social skill that can improve relationships at home, work, and in everyday encounters. Research also suggests that it may lead to improved psychological and physical health. Learn how you can develop an attitude of gratitude through mindfulness and practice.
The NUNM community thinks and acts “wholistically.” Whole person. Whole community. Whole world. Learn about the opportunities for NUNM students to act at each level and how they are changing the world.
One of the most common complaints that naturopathic doctors encounter revolves around digestion and digestive health. It is estimated that roughly 70 million Americans are affected by some type of digestive disorder, which includes everything from gas and bloating, constipation or diarrhea, to an actual named disease such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Learn how your gut affects your health!
“Throughout school through today, I have maintained a growth mindset, a gratitude practice, and had faith in my ability to create my own success. I coach many practitioners in business, and mindset is always a foundational piece that has been in place for me in order to succeed.”
“I was captivated by a profession that strives to find and treat the underlying cause of disease and that treats the whole person, aspects of my own personal health care that had been missing.”
Learn how naturopathic medicine’s “Doctor as Teacher” approach serves to educate patients about their health and treatment options, while empowering them to take control of their own healing journey.
“I knew naturopathic medicine was the right path for me because of the philosophy behind the medicine. It made so much more sense to use natural substances to support distressed organ systems and to teach people how to take care of themselves rather than having them rely on a medication.”
Dr. JoAnn Yanez, AANMC executive director, joins KCAA’s NBC LA affiliate “On the Brink” to discuss naturopathic medicine around the world.
November is National Diabetes Month. Learn how naturopathic approaches to diabetes treatment can relieve symptoms, in some cases reverse disease, and help patients manage sugar levels better day to day.
We want to be sure you get the most out of your virtual fair experience. The best way to do that is to prepare. Getting ready for any career fair—be it live or virtual—takes a little advanced planning. These tips will help you at all of the career fairs you may attend.
“I strongly believe that there is a huge difference between living a long life and dying a long life. We have become very adept at keeping people alive with amazing, life-saving medications and techniques, but have fallen behind in our focus on optimal health and disease prevention.” Kim Bretz, ND sees the value that naturopathic medicine offers in its approach to preventative health care and healthy living.