As schools try to make the best decisions for the upcoming school year, parents and grandparents are forging ahead with their own ideas on how best to educate their kids, keep them safe and preserve their emotional well-being with pandemic PODS.
In this on-demand webinar, sponsored by the Institute for Natural Medicine, learn ways to help your child reduce anxiety and calm an anxious mind. This beneficial webinar teaches you the importance of creating a mindful and peaceful home by using the centuries-old practice of naturopathic medicine and natural healing.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a chronic, neurobiological condition that affects up to nine percent of children in this country. The Institute for Natural Medicine outlines what a parent and child can expect when seeking naturopathic care for ADHD.
Have you thought about preconception care to help with hormone balance and fertility? Brenda M. Guan, ND, owner of the fertility and women’s health practice, Balanced Natural Heal, shares a case study of a couple who sought out preconception care before trying to conceive.
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There has been a tremendous consumer driven demand for for medicine that is natural, non-toxic and non-invasive. If you are seeking an alternative to conventional medicine, here's what you need to know.
In times of anxiety and stress, the right foods can be your best friend. We have two soothing and healthy recipes from Leslie Korn, PhD, author of “The Good Mood Kitchen.” Learn how food is the best medicine for a healthy mind and mood.
The pandemic has put a whole new meaning on parenting. Are you at your wits end? Are your kids showing signs of anxiety? We thought so. In her podcast, Holly Lucille, ND speaks with Amy Edgar, APRN, CRNP, FNP-C about the challenges of parenting (and being a kid) in during COVID-19.
In her monthly column, Naturopathic Medicine at Home with Amy Rothenberg, ND, she answers a reader’s question about how to keep blood pressure from rising to unhealthy levels. Diet, exercise and lifestyle changes go a long way to keeping those numbers in a healthy range.