Maria Shapoval
The Gut and Microbiota : Impacts on Parkinson's DiseaseParkinson’s disease affects between 1–2% of the population over the age of 65 and is becoming a growing concern as the baby boomers advance in age. The condition is characterized by gait abnormalities, tremor, muscle rigidity, and slowing down of movement typically seen as difficulty walking or getting up out of a chair.
Jacqueline Zins
Demystifying “Detox” : The Importance of Environmental MedicinePopular buzzwords like “detox” and “cleanse” are often used in the health world, but what does that really mean? This article will explain what detoxification is and outline some essential steps to support your body’s natural ability to eliminate harmful substances.
Nadia Rizzo
Male Fertility : Naturopathic Approaches Often times when we hear the word “infertility”, our mind immediately goes to a woman wanting to bear a child. Less often, perhaps, does one immediately think about the potential that a male reproductive issue could be the reason a couple is having problems conceiving.
Melissa J Cornish
The Problem with Pesticides- Further Explained Due to the worldwide prevalence of farm workers dying or becoming ill, thus unable to work and support their family, the scientific community has begun taking a closer look at what is causing the disease and illnesses affecting them. All along, the pesticide manufacturers have been doing their own testing, but independent laboratories started doing tests to find out just how toxic these chemicals really are.
Heidi Fritz
Acute and Chronic Hives - Naturopathic ApproachesHives happen when there is a skin reaction that causes red or white itchy welts. They might vary in size and come and go depending on how the reaction progresses. They are often circular or oval in shape. Urticaria is the medical term for hives and if hives happen chronically, then it’s often referred to as chronic urticaria.