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May 2021

WANP CE Webinar: Beyond the Protocols – Thriving Through Breast Cancer ~ Baljit Khamba, ND, MPH

May 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm PDT
On-line
$35 – $65

Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women across the United States. While fewer women are dying from breast cancer than before, more women are getting diagnosed.  Of note, Black women are more likely to die from breast cancer than White, Hispanic, and Asian women. This illustrates a need to address breast cancer from individual risk factors through to survivorship.  This webinar will educate naturopathic doctors on the lifestyle and mind-body connections to breast cancer.  Further, drawing from Dr. Khamba’s own experiences…

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June 2021

WANP CE Webinar: Health Disparities in Metabolic Disease ~ Khaleed Alston, ND

June 10 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT
On-line
$35 – $65

The issue of metabolic health is rightfully at the forefront of many clinicians' minds. NHANES data tells us that less than only 12% of the American population has “optimal” metabolic health, and that over 35% of the population has metabolic syndrome. As we further examine the data, we begin to see predictable themes of health disparities with 60% of Hispanic adults over the age of 60 years old having metabolic syndrome, and African American women being affected by metabolic syndrome…

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July 2021

WANP CE Webinar: The Psychoneuroendocrine Impacts of Intergenerational Trauma ~ Gaynel Nave, ND

July 14 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT
On-line
$35 – $65

In the late 20th century, trauma has been defined as an autonomic response to an  environment or experience that is potentially dangerous or unsafe. Trauma often results in psychological, structural, immunological, and other metabolic changes. Unfortunately, these changes can be passed down through genetic predisposition affecting an entire lineage.  The first longitudinal study evaluating the long-term impacts of childhood abuse was conducted by the CDC-Keiser Permanente. This study was the first to illuminate the long-term effects of trauma. Since then, extensive research…

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October 2021

CONNECT 2021: Stronger Together ~ WANP’s Annual Conference

October 15 @ 8:00 am - October 17 @ 5:00 pm PDT
On-line

Save the dates! Details will start rolling out soon for our 2nd completely virtual conference experience!

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