I was fortunate to attend The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) virtual convention this year. I am currently writing a review for a journal but provide a sneak peak on this wonderful gathering of masterminds on my website. Give a look-see and find out how this gathering during a very hectic time in medicine is just what the doctor ordered!
In this week’s blog, I also introduce my new series in which I highlight some of my “ah-ha’s” from the previous week. These include:
- A podcast with “must-know info” relating to calcium for bone health… or not?
- An essential oil win for digestive health from clinical practice
- Instagram attention grabber on the signs of breast implant illness
- Research with essential oils for PTSD
This post happens to preview them all!
Let me know what you think!
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