from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A system of therapy that relies on natural remedies, such as sunlight supplemented with diet and massage, to treat illness.
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- n. A system of therapy that avoids drugs and surgery and emphasizes the use of natural remedies (air, water, heat, sunshine) and physical means (massage, electrical treatment) to treat illness.
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- n. a method of treating disease using food and exercise and heat to assist the natural healing process
Feel free to sue anyone for defamation who calls naturopathy quackery.
Naturopathic medicine (also known as naturopathy, or natural medicine) is a complementary and alternative medicine which emphasizes the bodyâ€ ™ s intrinsic ability to heal and maintain itself.
The South Bend Seven find the real howler though — apparently 15% of this tax increase or over a billion dollars a year will be directed to naturopathy programs.
I'd love to have health insurance, but what is offered by my employer does not cover naturopathy or alternative care as a primary health care service.
V.K. Gupta, the head of this library, known as the Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL), told AFP he hoped the database would provide a cheap and easy system to prevent "wrong patents" based on Indian naturopathy.
Given this model, introducing expert practitioners from naturopathy or homeopathy to empower patients with information may prove difficult.
Pamela Ferrell: Pamela is a hair and scalp specialist and a doctor of naturopathy who practices holistic hair care.
This could help nontraditional treatments such as chiropractic and naturopathy to get covered by insurance plans, where they aren't now.
The person who best embodies the philosophical continuity of vaccine resistance movements is the early twentieth-century activist Lora Little, whom journalist and author Arthur Allen described in his book Vaccine as a “granola-belt Mother Jones who promoted whole foods and naturopathy and denounced . . . white male medical practitioners before it was fashionable to do so.”
By following the basic principles of naturopathy: taking out the "bad stuff" and putting in the "good stuff," in his clinical practice, Hyman has seen over and over that people can recover from many chronic illnesses.
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