Summer is officially here. Along with the warmer weather and long break from school, summer comes with the potential for a wide range of first-aid emergencies. With the ability to treat bug bites and bee stings to sunburns and seasickness,
Menopause is a normal and natural part of aging. But for many women, menopausal symptoms can be more than a daily nuisance. Hot flashes, irritability, depression, difficulty sleeping, and weight gain can significantly affect a woman’s quality of life. Luckily,
Many patients wonder whether they should see a medical doctor or a naturopathic doctor for their health concerns. While both types of physicians are skilled in treating a large variety of different health problems, there are many specific instances where
By: Katie Nuckolls, ND Autoimmune disease is a growing problem in this country. The National Institute of Health estimates that 23.5 million Americans currently suffer from an autoimmune disease, and some sources estimate that this number is closer to 50
By: Katie Nuckolls, ND Eczema is a chronic inflammatory condition that causes dry, irritated, and itching skin. While it is usually diagnosed before the age of five, more than 10% of both children and adults in the US currently
By: Dr. Katie Nuckolls, ND Although we don’t like to talk about it, depression is a major problem in America. According to statistics, one out every ten of us will suffer from depression at some point in our lives.