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The Top Article of the Week
Becoming pregnant isn’t always as easy as some would hope. While there are a multitude of concerns that can play a role when it comes to infertility, helping women establish a unhealthy menstrual cycle can be the first step needed in their journey to becoming pregnant.
Our Best Article of the Week from Heidi BrockMyer and The Yaletown Naturopathic Clinic speaks about the importance that Chinese medicine can play in the foundations of a healthy menstrual cycle when it comes to fertility concerns.
Fitting with this change of season as we enter Autumn and the cooler months ahead, this editorial is a good reminder for clinician’s to focus on the changes that occur monthly that establish a healthy terrain to support not only a women’s health, but also the health of another.
7 Ways to Help Your Child Handle Their “After School Restraint Collapse” – Andrea Nair: Yummy Mummy Club
7 Birth Control Options Besides “The Pill” – Dr. Chris Bjorndal, ND
The 8 Best Supplements to Boost Testosterone Levels – Rudy Mawer, MSc, CISSN
Clear Toxins From Your Home With Plants – Dr. Allison Galan ND
As Students Head To School, Here Are Some Tips On What To Eat, And Avoid, To Minimize Stress – Leslie Beck RD: Global Mail
Are Meal Replacements Good for Weight Loss? – Cindy Ma: Hello Healthy
Best Foods To Eat While You’re Pregnant – Razi Berry: NDNR
It’s Easy To Become Obese An America: These 7 Charts Explain Why – Eliza Barclay
Self-Help List – Leo Babauta: Zen Habits
Sin Boldly – Dr. Charley Cropley, ND
Naps For Better Blood Pressure? – Dr. Andrew Weil
Specific Health Conditions and Treatment Protocols
L.A. Gene Therapy Restores Leamington, Ont., Boy’s Immune System – Derek Spalding, CBC News
The Role Of Inflammation With Premenstrual Syndrome – Dr. Tori Hudson, ND
The Way We Think About Cancer Is Outdated: Here’s How To Change That – Julia Belluz: Vox
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Lower Mortality Risk With Bowel Cancer – Dr. Allison Galan ND
Wounds From Childhood Bullying May Persist Into College Years, Study Finds – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Selenium Status Influence Cancer Risk – ScienceDaily: Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin