Natural medicine college grows through renovation
No scientific proof that diets help psoriasis. Dr. Heather Zwickey, dean of research at NCNM, chats about a preliminary study testing two different diets and their effect on psoriasis.
Professor of Chinese medicine in Portland takes emotions and spirit into account. Dr. Heiner Fruehauf, a professor at NCNM is spotlighted.
The Kids Aren’t Alright. Dr. Rita Bettenburg, dean of naturopathic medicine at NCNM; and Dr. Jared Skowron, NCNM alumni, give their views on helping children be healthier with simple solutions.
NCNM ranks 37 in Oregon Business' Powerlist: Colleges & Universities.
Advancing Natural Medicine Through Research: The Helfgott Research Institute.
The Townsend Letter reported on the passing of its dearly beloved NCNM community member Anna MacIntosh, PhD, ND, after a long battle with ovarian cancer. Dr. MacIntosh passed away quietly on Dec. 13, 2009. A memorial was held at NCNM on June 19, 2010, for the community and her family, friends, former students, and colleagues …
Guest Opinion: Myths cloud real story of naturopathic care. NCNM faculty member Dr. Sheryl Estlund responds to April 1 story.
Getting to the Point with Acupuncture. If you prefer to take a holistic and preventive approach to improving your health, take a stab at acupuncture. Professor Roger Batchelor is interviewed.
MDs, naturopaths can co-exist. Reader’s letters comment on the April 1 Tribune story about naturopaths filling the primary care shortage.
Oregon’s vaccine aversion getting national attention. NCNM alumna Dr. Hilary Andrews talks about the holistic approach to immunizations.
What Your Hunger is Telling You: The subtle messages behind your food cravings. Dr. Marnie Loomis, NCNM alumna and director of professional development, is quoted.
Healing Options: Naturopathy mixes traditional doctoring and alternative therapies. This story features NCNM alumni (2009) Justin Morse.
Time to Clean Up Your “Tract.” Follow the 80/20 rule, drink lots of water and understand how the food you eat affects your first line of immune system defense: your digestive system. Dr. Vanessa Esteves, CE officer and NCNM alumna, is quoted.
Paging Dr. Alternative: State pushing naturopaths to fill shortage in primary care. Director of clinical operations Dr. Jill Sanders, and alumna Dr. Rebecca Asmar contribute to this hot topic.
Doctor’s vision for healthcare includes mind, body and spirit. Story on alumna, Dr. Carrie Kaiser.
NCNM is “Scene & Heard” — the Feb. 12 Sweetheart Medicine Ball drew almost 400 guests.
Oregon’s suicide headache tree: Researchers find that the scent of myrtle foliage can set off excruciating pain. Dr. Glen Nagel is quoted.
Natural Infection Fighters: Beat bacteria, viruses and fungi – without resorting to powerful drugs. Story by faculty member Dr. Steven Sandberg-Lewis.
European-style ‘salt cave’ opens in the Pearl. Dr. Sussanna Czeranko talks about the healing properties of salt.
Skier’s cheese cure is new to Dairyland. Dr. Karen Frangos talks about natural remedies for sports injuries.
Healing Touch Helps Chronic Headaches. Both Helfgott Research Institute and NCNM were contacted for this story.
Antibiotic Alternatives: Fighting infections without antibiotics with Drs. Sandberg-Lewis & Kalnins