Op-Ed

Toronto Naturopathic Doctor

When I started writing this, the intent was to quickly summarize a conversation I’ve had on a number of occasions with patients trying to make educated decisions when choosing nutritional supplements and botanical medicines, but it turned into a bit of a manifesto. There… [READ MORE]

Toronto Naturopathic Doctor

A while ago we were interviewed on fish oil supplements in general, but practically, is there a difference in quality between products (which, as with most things, is generally reflected in cost of products on the market). Ultimately, the interview wasn’t published, but the… [READ MORE]

Toronto Naturopathic Clinic

This blog entry is in support of our Wellness Wednesday video of this week, and a continuation of last week’s topic of flu vaccine decision-making. Flu vaccine prescription is outside the scope of practice of naturopathic doctors: we do not prescribe it, or dissuade… [READ MORE]

Toronto Naturopathic Doctor

… that is the question: Whether ’tis Nobler in the mind to suffer. The Slings and Arrows of public pressure, Or to take Arms against flu infection, … It’s flu season again, and with that our busiest season of answering the question: Should I… [READ MORE]

Toronto Naturopathic Doctor

So, a propos of flu season, I thought I’d opine on the flu vaccine. As a naturopathic doctor, the expectation is likely that I’m against it, but I’m neutral to it. What had come to my attention, and what I was thinking of commenting… [READ MORE]

Toronto Naturopathic Doctor

Today, August 14, is Miracle Treat Day, meaning if you purchase any size Blizzard® at a Dairy Queen restaurant, they will donate the proceeds to local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. I’m certainly not criticizing supporting children’s hospitals, but a large-size “M & M Blizzard®”… [READ MORE]

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