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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…Find out more »
Have you heard of the new payroll tax coming to Washington State? Many people do not know about this tax or that they can opt out. WANP Corporate Partner Quantified Financial Partners is putting on a webinar to discuss the following: What is this new tax? Who will have to pay it? Can I opt out? If you want the ability to opt out, you have to act before July 24th of this year! Register at https://my.demio.com/ref/rBjYcDkBrc01fqIfFind out more »
Online event you can attend on your computer from anywhere for up to a year. 49 hours of continuing education for MD, ND, DO, RN, FNP, LAc and others. Theme: Building Resilience with Botanical Medicine Lectures Include: Targeting Cancer Stem Cells with Botanical Medicine Brain Aging in the Menopausal Woman: Effects on Moods, Memory and Botanical Solutions Vaporizer Technologies for the Delivery of Botanicals Lifting Deep Lethargy and Melancholy PANDAS and PANS--Natural Medicine Rescue for Post-Infectious Autoimmune Conditions Panel…Find out more »
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…Find out more »