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Happy Mother’s Day!

Love your mother!! Ways to nurture the mothers in our lives. It does not really matter how old we are. Seed cycling can help support menstrual irregularities and is high in essential fatty acids that reduce inflammation, fiber that will…

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Beaverton Business Hall of Fame 2021

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Singing River Natural Medicine Receives 2021 Best of Beaverton Award Beaverton Award Program Honors the Achievement BEAVERTON May 3, 2021 -- Singing River Natural Medicine has been selected for the 2021 Best of Beaverton Award…

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Spring Fever –

Many people experience increased restlessness, maybe trouble sleeping and more energy as the days grow longer – particularly after the Spring equinox. Some people will have increased anxiety as well. Spring fever is a real psychological and physiological change to…

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Be My Valentine

February is a time when we show others, we love them and for me, of growing older. (My birthday!) And that makes me think of hearts. Our hearts make us tick. They beat blood to our cells and allows each…

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Beating the Winter Blues

Winter is upon us. It’s barely sunrise when we leave for work and past sundown by the time we get home.  And now the rains set in with day after day of gloomy gray skies. Does the winter get you…

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Naturally High

Looking for a boost? Feeling kind of blue or bored?  Time for a dose of endorphins. Endorphins are your body’s personal stash of narcotic like substances.  They improve your mood, take an edge off, reduce pain, no prescription needed. And…they…

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Chronic Disease

While I am trained as a primary care provider and I serve some people as such, a lot of the people who come to see me and my colleagues have chronic conditions that are not responding to medications or surgeries…

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Obstacles to Cure

While I treat people for acute problems – sprains and strains, a cold or the flu, general exams, etc., mostly I treat chronic illness. People come to me with a variety of issues ranging from chronic fatigue and pain syndromes…

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Bolstering Your Immune System For Fall

There is something bittersweet about autumn – the change in light, the shortened days, the final harvest of our summer’s bounty. The colors change from bright florals and greens to darker, subtler oranges and browns. Although my children may gasp…

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Tips for Helping Your Child Succeed in School

My son, Eli, is 13 years old. He loves YouTube videos, on line games and music. Like any normal young teenager, he would much rather pursue these activities than do his homework. And often he will procrastinate with his homework…

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