it's about Time!
Digestive complaints are a common reason why people consult with a naturopathic doctor (ND). Whether it’s something simple like bloating after eating, more bothersome like heartburn, or even a case of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) like Crohn’s or...October 2018
get the tiger off your tail
Why is it that when you arrive late to a public talk on Stress there is standing-room-only?
It used to be that 'stressors' were short-lived, like being chased by a sabre tooth tiger; you either got caught or you got way, either way the stressor was no longer...April 2015
Men, your prostate is a walnut-sized gland that allows urine to flow freely through its core and produces a fluid that constitutes ~30% of semen. Consequently, keeping it healthy is important for both urinary function and fertility.
You may have heard recently...January 2015
8 reasons you may not be sleeping well
Would you like to feel more rested and refreshed when you wake in the morning?While statistics indicate that upward of 58% of adults experience bouts of insomnia at least 3 times each week, I find that only seldom do people tell me they are happy with...October 2013
Friendly Bacteria - does this sound like an oxymoron?
Can bacteria really be friendly?
Not only are there friendly strains of bacteria, but many are actually essential for human health.
You may be familiar with hearing about the most common strain, Lactobacillus acidophilus, as this is often the probiotic promoted in yogurt prod...October 2010
Challenges with fertility are on the rise. Studies indicate that up to 1-in-8 couples are finding themselves unable to conceive after 1 year of unprotected intercourse. Contributing factors are multifactorial and may include environmental exposures, nut...February 2005
A current trend is for a woman to become pregnant later in life than in recent decades. Greater time spent acquiring an education, traveling the world, building a job/business that she loves and beginning a life with a partner are some of the various contributing factors. By the...February 2005