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Acupuncture May Reduce Infertility Related Stress
November 21, 2011
Results of this study suggest that treatment with acupuncture may be effective for reducing infertility-related stress. In this study from Australia, researchers randomly divided infertile women into 2 groups: an acupuncture treatment group and a ‘wait list’ (control) group.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Indications That Docosahexaenoic Acid-rich Fish Oil May Increase Cerebral Blood Flow
November 15, 2011
Supplementation with fish oil may significantly increase cerebral blood flow.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Micronutrient Supplementation May Improve Physical Performance in School-Age Children
November 15, 2011
Study suggests that multiple micronutrient supplementation may be beneficial in improving micronutrient status and enhancing aerobic capacity and endurance in school-age children. 300 clinically healthy school-age children (7-10.5 y) were assessed in a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial looking at the impact of a multi-micronutrient-fortified nutritional beverage on physical performance measures.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Role of Vitamin D Status in Cardiovascular Health
November 15, 2011
Vitamin D insufficiency is associated with lowered function and greater risk burden in cardiovascular health. Researchers explored the relationship between 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25-OH D) and vascular function in healthy adults.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Plasma Vitamin C May Improve Physical Performance for Elderly Women
November 8, 2011
Plasma vitamin C concentration was positively correlated with better strength, balance and overall fitness in a study involving 655 elderly Japanese women in their seventies.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Please Join us for our 8th Anniversary Open House Thursday, October 27, 2011!
October 19, 2011
Meet Dr. Scholl & Dr. Huber! They will be available to answer your questions.
author: Staff | found in: News
Associations Between Omega-3 and Omega-6 Investigated in Children with ADHD
October 17, 2011
In this study, the researchers compared levels of PUFAs in erythrocyte in children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with learning difficulties (LD) and those without LD.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Genistein supplement shows prostate cancer potential
September 27, 2011
Supplementation with a synthetic version of the soy isoflavone genistein could reduce tissue biomarkers of prostate cancer after just a few weeks, according to new research.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Dr. Huber attends Intravenous Nutrient Therapy training
September 14, 2011
Dr. Huber attended the IV Nutrient Therapy training in Boston MA on Sept. 9/10-9/11/11.
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Vitamin C and Asthma in Children
September 14, 2011
In a placebo-controlled, crossover study involving 60 asthmatic children between the ages of 7 and 10 years, administration of 0.2 g/d vitamin C for a period of 6 weeks was found to exert beneficial effects in certain sub-groups of children,…
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Dietary Fiber Intake and Risk of Breast Cancer
September 14, 2011
In a review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies, results from 10 studies involving 16,848 cases and 712,195 participants were analyzed, and dietary fiber intake was found to be inversely associated with risk of breast cancer.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Dietary Vitamin D and Risk of Cutaneous Melanoma
September 14, 2011
In a population-based, case-control study involving 380 cases and 719 controls in a northern region of Italy, an inverse association was found between dietary vitamin D and melanoma risk…
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Acupuncture in the Treatment of Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy
September 14, 2011
In a study involving 18 patients with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, treatment with acupuncture (6 weekly sessions) was found to significantly improve symptoms in 82% of patients.
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Acupuncture Effective in the Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis
September 1, 2011
“Acupuncture should be considered as a major therapeutic instrument for the decrease of heel pain, combined with traditional medical approaches.”
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Vitamin D Status and Breast Cancer Survival
August 9, 2011
In a prospective cohort study involving 1,295 incident postmenopausal breast cancer patients between the ages of 50 and 74 years, who had been diagnosed between 2002 and 2005…
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
New Baby for Dr. Galbraith!
July 29, 2011
Congratulations! Dr. Ruth Galbraith
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Supplementation with Antioxidant Vitamins May Reduce the Risk of Cancer Mortality and All-Cause Mortality
July 29, 2011
In a prospective study involving data collected from 23,943 subjects without pre-existing cancer and myocardial infarction/stroke at baseline, who were followed for an average of 11 years, during which time 1,101 deaths were documented (cancer deaths=513; cardiovascular deaths=264), baseline users of antioxidant vitamin supplements were found to have a significantly reduced risk of cancer mortality (HR=0.52) and all-cause mortality (HR=0.58).
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Intravenous Vitamin C
July 29, 2011
Why use Intravenous Vitamin C? Intravenous vitamin C has been used by integrative practitioners since the 1970s for immune support. Specifically intravenous vitamin C has most commonly been used in integrative oncology and for viral infections. Intravenous vitamin C in combination with B-vitamins and magnesium (known as a “Meyer’s cocktail) has been used with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and other chronic conditions.
author: Dr. Luke Huber | found in: Articles
Acupuncture Benefits Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis
July 29, 2011
In a study involving 63 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, treatment with acupuncture (electroacupuncture) at points on channels associated with the areas of pain, received every other day for 3 courses of 10 treatments each was found to significantly reduce levels of TNF-alpha and vascular endothelial growth factor in the blood and synovial fluid in the affected joints…
author: STAFF | found in: Blog
Vitamins A, C, and E and Risk of Breast Cancer
July 29, 2011
In this review, the authors analyzed data from 51 studies examining the relationships between intakes of retinol, vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E on risk of breast cancer, and found that the risk of breast cancer was reduced by 17% in those with the highest vitamin A intake (compared to the lowest, pooled OR=0.83).
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Seizures Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder
July 29, 2011
Autism also known as autistic spectrum disorder is a brain development disorder characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior. Epilepsy (also known as seizure disorder) is a neurological condition with symptoms which vary from a momentary lapse of attention to convulsions. A study published in the journal Epilepsy and Behavior investigated whether there is an association between complex partial seizures (CPS) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Read Full Article
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Study: More vitamin D needed to reduce cancer risk
July 29, 2011
Researchers at Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha and University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine have reported that markedly higher intake of vitamin D is needed to reach blood levels that can prevent or significantly cut the incidence of breast cancer and several other major diseases than had been originally thought. The findings are published Feb. 21 in the journal Anticancer Research. Read Full Article
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Open House Thursday, 6/30/11 from 10 AM to 1 PM!
June 14, 2011
Please Join Us on Thursday, 6/30/11 from 10 AM to 1 PM for our Open House to introduce Dr. Candice Scholl, ND - the newest member of the Huber Natural Health team!
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Are Bioidentical Hormones Right for Me?
June 3, 2011
As we continue to live well into our 70s, 80s and 90s many women are faced with the possibility of spending up to half their lives with very little protective benefits of their once naturally occurring, optimum levels of sex hormones.
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Komen Grants Help Cancer Patients Afford Acupuncture
June 2, 2011
Susan G. Komen for the Cure is leading the way in helping breast cancer patients obtain acupuncture treatments to help them cope with some of the pain during their cancer treatment.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Prenatal vitamins reduce the risk of autism by half, even more for some higher-risk cases
June 1, 2011
Women who reported not taking prenatal vitamins immediately before and during a pregnancy were twice as likley to have a child with autism, UC Davis researchers reported Wednesday. If the women also had a mutation in a high-risk gene, they were seven times as likely to have a child with the developmental disorder, the researchers reported in the online edition of the journal Epidemiology. The study is scheduled to appear in print in July.
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Acupuncture for Migraines
June 1, 2011
“Efficacy of acupuncture for migraine prophylaxis: a single-blinded, double-dummy, randomized controlled trial,” Wang LP, Zhang XZ, et al, Pain, 2011 May 24; [Epub ahead of print]. (Address: Acupuncture and Moxibustion Department, Beijing Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital affiliated with Capital Medical University, Beijing, China).
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Grapeseed Extract May Reduce Risk of Prostate Cancer
June 1, 2011
“Specialty Supplements and Prostate Cancer Risk in the VITamins And Lifestyle (VITAL) Cohort,” Brasky TM, Kristal AR, et al, Nutr Cancer, 2011 May; 63(4): 573-82. (Address: Cancer Prevention Program, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, Washington, USA).
author: Staff | found in: Blog
WHO Says Cell Phones May Cause Cancer
June 1, 2011
A work group of the World Health Organization has declared the radiofrequency electromagnetic fields emitted by cell phones to be “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”
author: Staff | found in: Blog
New study examines effectiveness of traditional & non-traditional seizure treatments for ASD
May 27, 2011
A study published in this month’s BMC Pediatrics provides insight into which traditional and non-traditional medical treatments are potentially most beneficial for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and seizures.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Quality of Life After Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Survival
May 27, 2011
Social well-being in the first year after cancer diagnosis is a significant prognostic factor for breast cancer recurrence or mortality, suggesting a possible avenue of intervention by maintaining or enhancing social support for women soon after their breast cancer diagnosis to improve disease outcomes.
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Effect of Topical Honey on Limitation of Radiation-Induced Oral Mucositis: An Intervention Study
May 27, 2011
Honey applied topically to the oral mucosa of patients undergoing radiation therapy appears to provide a distinct benefit by limiting the severity of mucositis. Honey is readily available, affordable and well accepted by patients making it useful for improving the quality of life in irradiated patients.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Effects of Music Therapy on Subjective Sensations and Heart Rate Variability in Treated Cancer Survivors: A Pilot Study
May 27, 2011
This study provides preliminary evidence that music therapy may be clinically useful for promoting relaxation sensation and increasing parasympathetic nervous system activity in treated cancer survivors.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Pretreatment Serum Concentrations of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D and Breast Cancer
May 27, 2011
In our analyses, higher serum levels of 25OHD were associated with reduced risk of breast cancer, with associations strongest for high grade, ER negative or triple negative cancers in premenopausal women. With further confirmation in large prospective studies, these findings could warrant vitamin D supplementation for reducing breast cancer risk, particularly those with poor prognostic characteristics among premenopausal women.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Low Vitamin D Levels in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
May 22, 2011
In a case-control study involving 50 patients (42 females, 8 males) with multiple sclerosis (MS) and 50 matched controls, in an area of Iran with medium-to-high risk of MS despite high sun exposure, mean serum levels of 25(OH)D were significantly lower in patients with MS (48 nmol/L), as compared to controls (62 nmol/L). Furthermore, higher rates of vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency, and lower rates of having normal vitamin D levels were found in patients with MS as compared to controls. The authors state, “We found the same results as those studies carried out in Europe and North America; i.e., lower serum vitamin D level in MS patients than that in normal population, in spite of sufficient sun exposure in Isfahan region.”
author: Staff | found in: Blog
More Mother’s Milk Mitigates Behavior Problems
May 13, 2011
Children who are breast fed longer may have fewer behavioral problems by the time they reach school age, researchers say.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Biomedical Approaches to Autism
May 1, 2011
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that 1 in 110 children in the USA have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ASDs are 4 times more likely to occur in boys than girls. The CDC estimates 730,000 individuals between the ages of 0 to 21 have an ASD.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Office Update: Teri is back! Dr. Judy has acupuncture availability!
April 26, 2011
Please feel free to call the office to schedule appointments with Teri now - she is back from vacation. Dr. Judy has had a packed acupuncture schedule and now has availability if you would like to schedule an appointment.
author: Staff | found in: News
Bullying Is Daily Occurrence in Schools
April 25, 2011
Middle and high schools are a morass of bullying and victimization, at least in Massachusetts, according to the CDC.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Prenatal Pesticide Exposure Tied to Lower IQ in Children
April 25, 2011
The researchers found that every tenfold increase in measures of organophosphates detected during a mother’s pregnancy corresponded to a 5.5 point drop in overall IQ scores in the 7-year-olds.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Seizures associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
April 18, 2011
A recent study describes the increased rate of seizures in autism spectrum disorders.
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Naturopathic Doctors receive licensure in North Dakota
April 16, 2011
“It is my pleasure to inform you that North Dakota will become the 16th state to license naturopathic doctors. Yesterday, on a conference committee report, the Senate voted unanimously in support of SB 2271. Today, the House followed with an 80 to 10 vote in favor. The bill awaits either Governor Jack Dalrymple’s signature or the expiration of a five-day waiting period to become law. The Governor has been touring flood-ravaged sections of the state, so we expect the bill to become law following the end of the waiting period.”
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Fox Chase Researchers Find that Fish Oil Boosts Responses to Breast Cancer Drug Tamoxifen
April 13, 2011
Fox Chase Researchers Find that Fish Oil Boosts Responses to Breast Cancer Drug Tamoxifen
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Massage Therapy Benefits Depressed Pregnant Women and Newborns
March 25, 2011
Pregnant women diagnosed with major depression received massage therapy from their significant others twice a week for 12 weeks. Analysis showed these women not only had reduced depression at the end of the 12 weeks, but they also had lower levels of depression and cortisol in the postpartum period.
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Naturopathic Approaches to Colon Cancer
March 25, 2011
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) estimated that there were 142,570 new colorectal cancer cases diagnosed in 2010. The NCI also reports colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related mortality in men and women. The American Cancer Society estimated that there were 1,112,000 Americans living with colon cancer in 2007.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Fish Oil Found to Help with Lung Cancer Treatment
March 23, 2011
abstracted from “Supplementation with fish oil increases first-line chemotherapy efficacy in patients with advanced nonsmall cell lung cancer” in Cancer.
author: Protocol | found in: Articles
Continuous Physical Activity Associated with Lower Risk of Colorectal Cancer.
March 22, 2011
Together, colon and rectal cancers (colorectal cancers) are among the most prevalent cancers in the United States. Although the exact cause is unknown, there are risk factors that known to increase the chance of developing colorectal cancer. People over the age of 50 have a higher risk of colorectal cancers, but it has also been diagnosed in individuals of all ages. These cancers are more common in people whose diets are high in fat and low in fiber. Family history can also play an important role.
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Adequate vitamin D levels in people with breast cancer may help maintain bone mineral density.
March 20, 2011
Reference: “The effect of various vitamin D supplementation regimens in breast cancer patients,” Peppone LJ, Huston AJ, et al, Breast Cancer Res Treat, 2011 March 8; [Epub ahead of print]. (Address: Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Rochester Medical Center, 601 Elmwood Ave, Box 704, Rochester, NY, 14642, USA. E-mail: luke_peppone@urmc.rochester.edu ).
author: Staff | found in: Blog
Fish oil prevents weight and muscle loss during chemotherapy.
March 4, 2011
There has been previous research that fish oil reduces cachexia. This recent study provides more support for fish oil use in cancer and chemotherapy related weight and muscle loss. From Medpagetoday.com: “Fish oil supplements may help prevent weight and muscle loss during chemotherapy for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), according to results from a small open-label study.
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Support House Bill 351 - Providing insurance parity for naturopathic doctors - Here are the reasons why!
February 19, 2011
HB 351 would allow for parity of insurance coverage for licensed naturopathic doctors. Naturopathic doctors have training and scope of practice equivalent to other primary care physicians, yet are the only category of primary care providers in NH who do not receive insurance reimbursement.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
PLEASE SUPPORT NH HOUSE BILL 351 - AN ACT PROVIDING INSURANCE PARITY FOR LICENSED NATUROPATHIC DOCTORS!
February 18, 2011
PLEASE SUPPORT NH HOUSE BILL 351 - AN ACT PROVIDING INSURANCE PARITY FOR LICENSED NATUROPATHIC DOCTORS! If enacted, this bill will require Naturopathic Medicine to be reimbursed by health insurance.
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Naturopathic Approaches to Prostate Cancer
January 26, 2011
Incidence of Prostate Cancer - The National Cancer Institute estimated that there were 217,730 new Prostate Cancer cases diagnosed in 2010. According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in America affecting 1 in 6 men. It is estimated that there are more than 2 million American men currently living with prostate cancer.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Stress Relief and Massage Therapy
December 20, 2010
Stress is an important part of life. It stimulates learning and personal growth, and is a part of any accomplishment. The healthiest and most effective people are not those who avoid stress, but those who respond successfully to it.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
The Importance of Vitamin D
December 5, 2010
Vitamin D has been getting a lot of press lately. Every week, there seems to be new significant study touting its health benefits or its association with a specific disease when it’s deficient. Most people are familiar with its most famous connection…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Maca
December 5, 2010
Fabulous story on a tremendously useful herb for libido and hormonal support - Peruvian Maca… Link: http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/health/2010/11/01/pkg.cohen.maca.cnn?hpt=T2
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Like us on Facebook!
November 24, 2010
Huber Natural Health, LLC now has a Facebook page! Please ‘like’ us on Facebook and receive interesting information on natural medicine as well as clinic updates.
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The Many Applications of Vitamin C
November 5, 2010
When we think of vitamin C, images of Sunshine States like Florida and California are often conjured up. We also often think of fruit, oranges especially, and the colorful vegetables that naturally contain vitamin C. The number of sources and amounts…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Intravenous Vitamin C expert, Dr. Ron Hunninghake, interviewed.
November 5, 2010
Excellent recording of radio interview with one of the top experts on intravenous vitamin C - Dr. Ron Hunninghake. He is interviewed here by Dr. Joseph Mercola. Dr. Huber has attended Dr. Hunninghake’s IVC conferences in 1999 and 2009. Link:…
author: Staff | found in: News
Introduction to Massage Therapy
November 4, 2010
Massage Therapy is believed to be one of the oldest forms of medical treatment. Chinese records that date back 3,000 years indicate the use of massage as a form a medicinal therapy. During the second century B. C. in The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, massage was mentioned as a recommendation for the treatment of certain ailments. In India, the traditional healing system of Ayurvedic medicine prescribed massage for a variety of medical conditions. The ancient Hindus, Persians and Egyptians applied forms of massage for a wide variety of ailments and physicians of ancient Greece and Rome utilized massage as one of the primary methods to treat pain. In the West, during the fifth century B. C., Hippocrates wrote papers recommending fellow physicians use rubbing and friction for joint and circulatory problems.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Help for the Winter Blues
October 5, 2010
December 21st marked the arrival of winter, also known as winter solstice. On this day, the sun yields the least amount of daylight, making it the shortest day of the year. On the bright side, the day after winter solstice marks the beginning of…
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Part 2 Intravenous Vitamin C on 60 Minutes New Zealand / Australia
October 5, 2010
More stories of recovery from severe cases of the flu with IV Vitamin C in Australia. Link: http://www.3news.co.nz/Vitamin-C-Is-it-really-a-key-factor-in-recovery/tabid/371/articleID/176251/Default.aspx
author: Staff | found in: News
Avoiding the Flu
September 5, 2010
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have probably heard of the Swine flu, more recently known as H1N1. This flu has been much hyped in the media, and terror spread across the nation last June when the World Health Organization declared a…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
News Report - Vitamin C in Cancer
September 5, 2010
Watch this interesting report in Vitamin C and Cancer. Link: http://www.3news.co.nz/Scientists-find-Vitamin-C-beneficial-in-cancer-treatment/tabid/372/articleID/166524/Default.aspx
author: Staff | found in: News
Intravenous Vitamin C on 60 Minutes New Zealand - Please watch this incredible story
August 5, 2010
This is an incredible story of recovery from the swine flu and leukemia with IV Vitamin C from 60 Minutes New Zealand - please watch: Direct link: …
author: Staff | found in: News
Acupuncture - Natural Relief for Pain and Inflammation
July 8, 2010
So many people are frustrated with the fact that they have to rely on pain medication just to get through their day. Pain is a very serious symptom that should not be ignored and may not just go away. Pain must be shown respect and taken very seriously. But are there other options besides taking a pill? Yes, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine can be very effective for pain and inflammation. What causes pain and inflammation? Let’s start by gaining a basic understanding.
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Could You Have a Vitamin Deficiency?
July 5, 2010
When we think about vitamin deficiencies, most of us picture malnourished children in parts of Africa. We’ve all seen photographs of these pitiful children, bellies huge, limbs wasting away. These children, whose diets often consist of one or two…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attended the 2010 IAACN (International & American Association of Clinical Nutritionists) Annual Conference
July 5, 2010
Dr. Huber attended the annual IAACN conference with lectures on a wide range of natural healthcare topics.
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Get Educated about Lyme Disease
July 5, 2010
It’s the middle of summer and many of you are spending more time outdoors, and that’s absolutely wonderful. I’m a big fan of nature as medicine and recommend it to many of my patients as treatment for the common and unfortunate disorder plaguing the US - Nature Deficit Disorder. Most Americans don’t spend enough time outdoors and are suffering the consequences. On a more serious note, if you’re going to be spending time outdoors enjoying the wonders of nature, I want to make sure you’re doing so in a safe manner, and educate you on a particular health issue linked to certain outdoor activities - Lyme disease.
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Adrenal Fatigue - Familiar Symptoms
June 5, 2010
Are you always tired? Every day, I see patients who complain that they are just plain tired. They wake daily unrefreshed, drag themselves through each day, feel they could nap every afternoon if given the opportunity, and may only feel a slight…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attended the 2010 AANP (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians) Convention in Portland, OR
June 5, 2010
Dr. Huber attended the annual conference for his profession with lectures on a wide range of natural healthcare topics.
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Celiac Disease - Much More Common Than We Thought
May 5, 2010
Do you suffer from gas and bloating on a regular basis? Abdominal pain? Frequent diarrhea, or alternating diarrhea and constipation? What about fatigue, depression, anxiety, foggy thinking? Arthritis or other joint pain? Numbness or tingling in the…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Irritable Bowel - You Don’t Have to Live With It!
April 5, 2010
Bowel habits are something many of us don’t especially like to talk about, but if you see a naturopathic doctor, be prepared to go into details! Why? Because the health of your digestive system is, quite simply, one of the most important keys to the…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attended the 2010 Defeat Autism Now! Conference in Baltimore, MD
April 5, 2010
Dr. Huber attended the four day 2010 Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) Conference including the advanced clinician training and science seminars.
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Natural Treatment of Infertility
March 5, 2010
The excitement of discovering you’re pregnant and planning for the arrival of a baby is one of the greatest joys many couples experience. The pain and sorrow of being unable to conceive, or of losing a cherished pregnancy…
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Kristi Townsend, LMT has a new baby girl!
March 5, 2010
Kristi is pleased to announce the birth of her daugheter, Ava, on February 28, 2010. She weighed 6 lbs 12 oz and was 19.5 inches long. Kristi and her daughter are doing well.
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Thermography & Its Uses In Early Disease Detection
February 5, 2010
If you’re a woman over forty, you’ve likely experienced a mammogram. This breast cancer screening tool is recommended annually for women over 40 by the American Cancer Society (ACS), and sooner than that if you have a…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attending the Integrative Healthcare Symposium 2/25 to 2/28/10
February 5, 2010
Dr. Huber attending the Integrative Healthcare Symposium - a conference providing a review of current information on broad range of integrative holistic healthcare topics.
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Thermography & Its Uses In Early Disease Detection
January 5, 2010
If you’re a woman over forty, you’ve likely experienced a mammogram. This breast cancer screening tool is recommended annually for women over 40 by the American Cancer Society (ACS), and sooner than that if you have a…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Ruth Galbraith has a new baby boy!
January 5, 2010
Dr. Galbraith is thrilled to announce the birth of her son, Kiran, on January 29, 2010 (three weeks late!). He weighed 9 lbs 12 oz and was 21.5 inches long. Mama and baby are doing very well.
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Estrogen Dominance - An Increasingly Common Problem
December 5, 2009
“Estrogen dominance” sounds like a “female problem,” but in fact it is increasingly a problem for men and children, as well. Estrogen dominance is what we call it when a person has an imbalance of hormones in which there is…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber Attended the Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium
December 5, 2009
Dr. Huber attended the Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium in Wichita, KS from 10/2 - 10/4/09. Hugh Riordan, MD and his center were one of the pioneers in the use of intravenous vitamin C for cancer. The Riordan Intravenous Vitamin C (IVC) Protocol for…
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Fatigue - You Don’t Have to Live With It
November 5, 2009
Are you always tired? Do you wake every morning unrefreshed? Do you feel that no matter how much sleep you get, you are never well rested, or do you suffer from insomnia on a regular basis? Do you know you should exercise,…
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Debra Dowd, RN Joins Huber Natural Health, LLC!
November 5, 2009
We are pleased to announce that Debra Dowd, RN has joined HNH. Debra is an experienced, proficient and caring infusion nurse who we are excited to have on our team! Please see the about the clinicians page to view Debra’s biography which outlines…
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Insomnia - Finding the Cause
October 5, 2009
I don’t know a Naturopathic Doctor who hasn’t seen many, many patients complaining of insomnia. It’s an increasing phenomenon in our ever more stressful culture. When we can’t sleep, we soon discover how very important that…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Now offering Pregnancy massage!
October 5, 2009
Bethany Bedard, LMT has completed her certification in Pregnancy (Prenatal and Postnatal) Massage. Bethany has tremendous experience in working with pregnant women, having attended over 70 births. Pregnancy massage is wonderful for relieving pain and…
author: Staff | found in: News
Losing the Holiday Weight
September 5, 2009
It’s the annual problem, the gift that keeps on giving, the ‘expansion of our assets.’ We indulge a little too much during the holidays, which now span from Halloween in October, through Valentine’s Day in February. However…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attended the 2009 AANP (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians) Conference in Tacoma, WA
September 5, 2009
Dr. Huber attended the annual conference for his profession with lectures on a wide range of natural healthcare topics.
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What is Naturopathic Medicine?
August 5, 2009
Everywhere I go, I am asked, “What do you do? ” When I say, “I’m a naturopathic doctor,” people generally smile, nod and look puzzled. “A nature-what? What is that, exactly?” In the United States, licensed naturopathic…
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Food Sensitivities - More Serious Than You Think
July 5, 2009
Do you suffer from heartburn, acid reflux or GERD? Do you clear your throat often or have a constant, annoying little cough? Do you experience chronic post-nasal drip? Gas and bloating? Burp more often than you think you…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attended the 2009 Defeat Autism Now! Conference in Atlanta, GA
July 5, 2009
Dr. Huber attended the four day 2009 Defeat Autism Now! Conference including the advanced clinician training and science seminars.
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Allergy Drops - A Big Advantage
June 5, 2009
Do you suffer from seasonal hay fever? Sneeze when the ragweed comes out? Mold making you itchy? Worse, are your allergies making you miserable year-round? Do you experience several sinus infections annually? Does asthma…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Dr. Huber attended the Integrative Healthcare Symposium 2/19 to 2/21/09
June 5, 2009
Dr. Huber attended this symposium that provides a review of current information on broad range of integrative holistic healthcare topics.
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Bio-Identical Hormones for Youth, Health & Vitality
May 5, 2009
Suzanne Somers is a big name in my practice. Little Chrissy from “Three’s Company” wrote The Sexy Years and followed that with Ageless and other books on bio-identical hormones and reversing the aging…
author: Staff | found in: Articles
Detoxification / Cleanse Program Testimonial for Dr. Huber
May 5, 2009
Dr. Luke Huber received a patient testimonial regarding his detoxification / cleanse program
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Natural Cold & Flu Remedies
April 5, 2009
You may have heard of Ockham’s razor. No, it’s not some medieval medical instrument, much as it may sound like it. Sometimes also referred to by an alternate spelling, Occam’s razor, this is a principle that essentially…
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Dr. Huber’s Appearance on “Point of Reference”
April 5, 2009
Dr. Huber appeared on television program “Point of Reference”, hosted by Frank Novak. Dr. Huber and Mr. Novak engage in a general discussion about Naturopathic Medicine.
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Dr. Huber in the “Nairator”
March 5, 2009
Review of Dr. Huber’s presentation at the Haverhill Rotary Club in the “Nairator”, the club’s official newsletter. Click here to download the newsletter
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