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Dr Tanya Wylde, ND
Naturopathic Doctor, mom of twođź’•Evidence based nutrition, fitness & lifestyle changes. Healthy wtloss, fertility, pregnancy, labour, lactation, PCOS advocate
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Dr Tanya Wylde, ND Dec 17
Lithium: The Untold Story of the Magic Mineral That Charges Cell Phones and Preserves Memory
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Dr. Seely, ND, MSc Dec 7
Marketing to kids a major issue and challenge to public health. Supporting healthy food choices essential recognizing the negative impact of poorly framed commercial content.
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resolveorg Dec 3
What do , , , and all have in common? They're just a few of the many incredible people who are part of our Self-Care Through the Holidays series! Sign up to get holiday self-care in your in-box:
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Lara Briden, ND Nov 29
Ok, wow. I've recently received a couple of comments from readers that their "GYN recommended my book." Times are changing.
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CDC Nov 21
Drive alert = stay unhurt! Up to 6,000 fatal crashes and 72,000 crashes are caused by drowsy drivers. Learn more about the warning signs of drowsy driving, including when to pull over to rest or change drivers.
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CDC Nov 23
Adverse Childhood Experiences, or , can impact long-term health, well-being, and opportunity. Learn how YOU can prevent ACEs with our new training:
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CDC Nov 23
Did you know that almost 32% of adults with have ? Learn more about preventing and managing prediabetes.
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CDC Nov 20
Outbreak Alert: Do not eat any romaine lettuce, including whole heads and hearts, chopped, organic and salad mixes with romaine until we learn more. If you don’t know if it’s romaine or can’t confirm the source, don’t eat it.
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Andrew Day, ND 19 Oct 17
continues to crush it with another great article.
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NDsforVax 18 Dec 17
Dr. Matt Brignall discusses Dr. Kelly Brogan's new vaccine e-book...and here's a hint: there are some problems with it.
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Dani Stringer Dec 29
There’s a lot to say about vaccines and the vaccine schedule. Hopefully this answers some question about “how many” and “when.” via
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Max Cohen Mar 5
Questions about the polio vaccine, and why we still need it? Check out this article by a colleague!
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Dr. Seely, ND, MSc Nov 18
Another study demonstrates benefits of plant rich, mediterranean style diet, in this case to stave off dementia
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Dr. Jonathan Prousky, MSc, MA, ND, RP(Qualifying) Nov 17
Just listened to episode 142 of the Sam Harris podcast. He interviewed Johann Hari. They discussed how depression is linked to social isolation and a loss of relationships. How can pills cure this? People need people, not pills.
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Dr. Jonathan Prousky, MSc, MA, ND, RP(Qualifying) Nov 18
Been reading, “How Healing Works,” by Dr. Wayne Jonas. He exposes the fact that most medicines (drugs, herbals, etc) only confer about a 20-30% improvement. It is the healing situation that is responsible for true healing, and accounts for some 80%. So true.
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Lara Briden, ND Nov 17
Women require ovulation to make estrogen and progesterone, yet ovulation is almost never discussed. If men required ovulation to make testosterone, we would never hear the end of it.
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Dr Tanya Wylde, ND Nov 17
Berberine is so amazing on so many levels for , including improved blood sugar levels, levels, eradication of and regulation of amazing others.
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Lara Briden, ND Nov 14
Untreated disease is associated with increased all-cause mortality.
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Lara Briden, ND Nov 14
How can we protect women's future bone health? By supporting and avoiding combined hormonal contraception use. By Professor Jerilynn Prior
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