Newsletter Archives

-Understanding Blood Work
-Changes with Atherotech
-Providing Quality Care
– Your Friendly Fever
– Bringing Back the Castor Oil Pack

-Do you need a referral?
– Holiday Stress Relievers
-Getting Sick: A Step In The Right Direction
– Winter’s Storage: A Chinese Medicine Perspective
– Naturopathic Doctors 101

– Do I have Allergies or am I Sick?
– The Story of Your Health
– Breaking the Fast
– Chinese Medicine Tips for when You’re Sick

– Bone Health
– Grocery Shopping Dilemma
– Sleep and Your Health
– Spring Exercise

– Spring Cleaning: Tips for clearing out your supplement cabinet
– Acupuncture in Oncology
– Spring Growth and Renewal: How to adjust with Spring

– Parasympathetic vs Sympathetic: Living your life in balance
– New Cholesterol testing offers glimpse into healthy lifestyles
– Winter Darkness: Inspiration for Introspection
– Holiday Stress: Triggers and Relief

– Thermography: Another Diagnostic Tool
– New Pharmaceuticals your insurance will cover!
– Sun and Skin
– School Preparation
– Staying Healthy in the Summer Months: A Chinese Medicine Perspective

  • Spring 2013
    – A Healthy Trajectory
    – Dural Release Technique
    – Stress and Weight Loss
    – What does your Tongue Say?
    – Arsenic in Rice

    • Fall 2012
      – Healthy Transitions or Transitions of Health
      – Stress and the Immune System
      – The Food we Choose
      – BoFeedback: Control your stress response
      – Goodbyes and Introductions from Physicians
      – Pharmacy Sales List
    • Spring 2012
      – Coffee: Friend or Foe?
      – The Cardio and Memory Link
      – Food Introduction for Allergy Reduction
      – HPV and the Garadsil Vaccine
      – Exercise!
      – Dr. Bastyr Tribute
    • Winter 2011
      – Giving Thanks: Notes from Dr. Linton
      – Searching for the Parasympathetic
      – Injection Therapy: Trigger Point and Neural
      – Detox Organs: The Kidneys
      – Eating with the Seasons
      – Meet Dr. Cynthia Castillo
    • Summer 2011
      – The State of America’s Health
      – Chinese Medicine Series Part Three: Beyond Acupuncture
      – Body Pain Series Part 3: Non-nociceptive Pain
      – New Vaccine Laws Unraveled
      – Cardiovascular Health
      – Back to School Preparation
      – New Cognitive Testing
      – The Ever Evolving ECN: DemandForce and Financing
    • Spring 2011
      – Spring Thoughts: Growth, Cleaning, Allergies, and Sunshine
      – Chinese Medicine Series Part Two: Energy and Disease Patterns
      – Body Pain Series Part 2: Visceral Pain
      – Reduce Your Cancer Risk
      – Understanding your Over the Counter Pain Relievers
      – Struggling with Weight Loss?
      – The Refresh Button
    • Winter 2010
      – Nothing is Random: How to apply critical thinking to your health
      – Stress Prevention
      – The Brain-Gut Connection
      – Our “Face Maps”
      – Chinese Medicine Series Part One: Basics
      – Body Pain Series: Part 1
      – Blog Tidbits: Flu Season Tips/Insurance Tips
    • Spring 2010
      – What IV therapy can offer you
      – Dr. Loren Riccio’s reduced hours
      – Clinical Signs of Nutrient Deficiencies
      – The Northwest Naturopathic Convention: Some Highlights
      – Summer Sun
      – Do you have allergies? Let’s find out!
    • Fall 2009
      – Vaccine Consideration
      – H1N1
      – Gardasil
      – Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
      – New Front Desk Staff: Emily and Leah
    • Spring 2009
      – 25 Years in Practice: Naturopathic Philosophy
      – What does your number two tell you?
      – Sublinical Hypothyroidism: A Common Cause of Fatigue
      – Hair and Nails
      – Importance of Sleep
      – N-Acetyl Cysteine
      – New Resident: Tamara Dickson
    • Winter 2008
      – Human Growth Hormone
      – Wisdom Beyond Biochemistry
      – Carroll Food Intolerance Testing
      – Weight Loss and Beyond
      – The Importance of Protein
    • Summer 2008
      – Weight Management
      – Back to School Immune Support
      – Breast Imaging
      – Your Constitutional Homeopathic Remedy
      – New Resident: Sara Kates-Chinoy
    • Spring 2008
    • Winter 2007
    • Summer 2007
    • Spring 2007
    • Winter 2006
    • Fall 2006
    • Summer 2006
    • Spring 2006
    • Summer 2005
    • Spring 2005
    • Winter 2005
    • Fall 2004
    • April 2004
    • September 2003
    • February 2003
    • July 2002