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In this talk, Dr. Christianson will cover all things iodine and thyroid, to include iodine requirements, sources, testing, dosing strategies, and more. Join us in honor of Thyroid Awareness Month! Speaker Bio: Dr. Alan Christianson is a Board Certified Naturopathic Endocrinologist who focuses on Thyroid care. He is a New York Times bestselling author whose recent titles include The Thyroid Reset Diet (2021) and the Metabolism Reset Diet. Dr. Christianson has been featured on countless media appearances including Dr. Oz, The Doctors,…Find out more »
From Impossible to Implementation: Mobilizing Collective Action Around Social Determinants of Health ~ Bree Collaborative & Washington Health Alliance
**The WANP is committed to promoting offerings related to diversity, equity, and inclusion given that the lack of equity in our culture is a significant underlying cause of disease.** Join Bree Collaborative and Washington Health Alliance on Thursday January 21, 2020 from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm for the first of a four-part webinar series sponsored by Cambia Grove. Hear from national and local leaders to learn about specific steps we can all take to collectively impact the social and moral…Find out more »
Join the WANP’s Governmental Affairs committee and Lobbyists (virtually, of course) to receive updates on our legislative agenda and to learn more about our calls to action as we move through the 2021 legislative session. Everyone is welcome to join us! Join us at 6:30p on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, by clicking HERE.Find out more »
It is no secret that minority populations suffer from higher rates of chronic disease and the associated sequelae. When isolating this issue to the cardiovascular system, research shows that minorities have a higher overall prevalence of risk factors, are less likely to receive life-saving interventions like percutaneous coronary interventions, and simply experience worse health outcomes. However, the disproportionate impact of cardiovascular risk factors within these communities provides a unique opportunity for naturopathic and preventive medicine to reduce the burden of…Find out more »