Category: Naturopathic Medicine Articles
Scorpions don’t bite but they do sting. Remaining calm is important in treating the sting as it slows down absorption of the venom. Scorpion stings are not difficult to treat.
Helping Kids Stay Fit and Stay Focused – Mitigating ADHD
Statistics from a long-term European Youth Heart Study concluded that children who are physically unfit at the age of 9 years old have double the risk of developing attention problems (ADHD) during their teenage years compared with physically fit children.
Prostatic Disease: A Common Problem / New Hope for Relief
This article discusses the all to commonly encountered problems with prostate disease that begins to affect men in their 40’s. Various natural therapies and preventive measures are discussed.
Eating for Sun Protection
Using sunscreens or minimizing or avoiding the sun are not the only ways to protect oneself from harmful rays. Some simple foods and supplements are discussed in this article you might want to consider
The Medicine in Your Kitchen
This article by Dr. Elizabeth Taddiken talks about some of the foods in ones kitchen that can treat everyday illnesses. It is a welcome companion to our Medicines from the Kitchen found under Natural Medicines.
COMMONLY PRESENTING ILLNESSES IN THE ELDERLY
This article discusses some of the more common illnesses seen by physicians in clinical practice. It was written initially for a medical journal to help educate clinicians to better serve the geriatric population.
Homeopathic Immunization Schedule 2019
The following list of available homeopathic nosodes for use is much larger than what is actually administered to your child. Those recommended are marked with an asterisk (*).
Homeopathic Vaccination & Prophylaxis
Homeopathic medicines have a safe and effective track record for protection from communicable diseases and epidemics and are used world wide. This article by Dr. Kruzel presents the science behind how homeopathic vaccinations work to enhance ones immune system and convey life long immunity.
Geriatric Health – Elder Abuse, Neglect, Ageism and Social Isolation
Elder abuse, neglect, loneliness and the difficulties encountered with ageist attitudes are one of the biggest challenges faced by the elderly in most societies worldwide.
Xenobiotics & Persistent Organic Pollutants – Preludes to a Silent Spring
In 1962 Rachel Carson, a marine biologist turned conservationist, published Silent Spring, a book that brought to the public’s attention the effects of man made chemicals on the environment.