Saturday, December 13, 2014

Naturopathy's Science / Scientific Claim:

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I.01.a6. - the National University of Health Sciences:
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National University of Health Sciences [sciences!] states:
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[obviously, the entire contents of the university is labeled as SCIENCE as a overarching label!; here's an explanation of their quite ironic motto, esse quam videri, Latin for 'to be, rather than seem to be']
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[in "Naturopathic Physicians Pushing for State Licensing Law" (2018)]
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"'anyone can call themselves a naturopathic doctor now and their degrees may range from nothing to a mail-order degree to a degree from a program like the National University of Health Sciences,' a four-year graduate program where Conner serves as professor of clinical sciences and department chair [...] Ramirez says that’s not enough to consider them comparable to medical or osteopathic doctors, who receive 'extensive training' in basic medical sciences and clinical sciences [...] licensing could also help retain graduates from the National University of Health Sciences, said Conner";
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[in "Dr. Lisa Krebs" (2018)]
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"Dr. Lisa Krebs, N.D., practices at the Center for Integral Health in Lombard, IL under the direction of Dr. Tim Fior, M.D. and Dr. Joel Shepperd, M.D., who are also faculty members at National University of Health Sciences (NUHS). She earned her doctor of naturopathic medicine degree from NUHS [...] receiving my degree in naturopathic medicine from National University of Health Sciences, has made this rewarding work possible [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "4 Alternative Medical Careers that Help Change Lives" (2018)]
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"[via Victoria Sweeney] as demand increases for alternative medicine in its various forms, National University of Health Sciences is proud to offer the opportunity to pursue an education in holistic, evidence based, patient centered health care that goes beyond the limits of traditional Western medicine. Below are four such careers [...] naturopathic medicine [...] treatment modalities can include nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy and minor surgery [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine Student Blog: Christopher Kotwicki" (2018)]
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"my clinic internship has begun! I'm officially in my 8th trimester [...] eighth tri ND clinic is on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays to ease us into seeing patients full time in tris 9 and 10. Being an intern allows us to put together all of the information we've learned from the basic science and clinical science classes to help patients improve their health [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "3 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Program in Alternative Medicine" (2018)]
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"[via DC Swenson] chiropractic medicine, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and oriental medicine [...] massage therapy [...] our chiropractic and naturopathic medicine programs [...] we also require success in undergraduate science coursework because it provides an essential foundation for our programs [...] you should be sure that the program features rigorous basic science courses [...] the curriculum should also include comprehensive clinical science coursework [...] at National University, we train you as a physician, so we provide you with a broad-scope curriculum in our basic sciences phase [...] our clinical science phase teaches you to diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of ailments [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "Why We Need More Naturopathic Doctors in America in 2017" (2018)]
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"[via ND Biscoe] NDs combine the wisdom of cooperating with nature with the rigors of modern science, utilizing gentle treatments that support the body’s own healing power [...] licensure ensures that an ND holds a graduate degree from an accredited naturopathic medical school — such as National University of Health Sciences — successfully passed national board exams, and complies with practice and professional standards set forth by state legislators [...] Dr. Biscoe earned her doctor of naturopathic medicine degree from National University of Health Sciences [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "5 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Naturopathic Medicine Program" (2018)]
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"[via ND Smith] a rigorous curriculum that provides a strong foundation in basic sciences and clinical sciences is important. At NUHS, we offer an excellent basic sciences curriculum, where in addition to coursework, students learn anatomy and physiology through full-cadaver dissection in our gross anatomy laboratory. Beginning early in the curriculum, students learn important skills in diagnosing patient conditions, performing physical exams, and progressively prescribing and performing naturopathic treatments from top-notch faculty in clinical science classes. Students at NUHS also learn about business management through practice management coursework including business planning and marketing courses [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "5 Reasons Why Naturopathic Medicine is Safe for You and Your Family" (2018)]
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"[via ND Smith] combining the wisdom of nature with the rigors of modern science, NDs are highly trained as thorough diagnosticians [...] naturopathic physicians attend accredited, four-year, on-campus, naturopathic medical schools where they study the latest advances in science and natural approaches to illness prevention and management. Students gain a thorough knowledge of biomedical sciences by taking anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, and pharmacology courses [...] in addition to spending the first two years of their education in basic and clinical science didactic coursework, students spend 100 hours studying pharmaceuticals [...] the new laws create ND licensing boards in each state, requiring that those who set up practice as an ND hold a graduate degree from an accredited naturopathic medical school. NDs must also pass national board exams, which cover basic sciences, diagnostic and therapeutic subjects and clinical sciences [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "5 Heart-Healthy Tips from a Naturopathic Medicine Expert" (2018)]
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"[via ND Smith] naturopathic clinicians at the NUHS Whole Health Center clinic in Lombard, Il work with Cleveland HeartLab, Inc. to assess a patient’s risk for heart disease or heart attack by offering inflammatory and other innovative and scientifically proven biomarker tests [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "8 Careers You Didn’t Know You Could Pursue with a Biomedical Science Degree" (2018)]
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"[vis Debra Cascio] biomedical sciences (BS) are the foundation of knowledge for all health care professionals [...] in a biomedical sciences course of study [...] what makes the biomedical sciences degree so unique? First of all, the breadth of study: no other degree combines basic science courses such as microbiology, physiology, chemistry, and anatomy with medical school courses like pathology, nutrition, immunology, epidemiology, and pharmacology [...] secondly, a degree in biomedical sciences opens doors to careers in both science and medicine, as well as careers that combine the two [...] below are several examples of the unique opportunities enjoyed by graduates with a biomedical sciences degree, many of which are highly paid and sought after [...] sets National University’s biomedical sciences degree apart from many others [etc.]";
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[in "Admissions - Bachelor of Biomedical Science" (2018)]
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"Bachelor of  Science in Biomedical Science - Illinois Campus: National University's bachelor's degree completion program in biomedical science offers you the top quality of a private education at an affordable price. Students experience our graduate level faculty and are provided the opportunity to continue into any of our first professional programs [...] what is biomedical science? Biomedical science includes any course of scientific study related to biology as it affects health care. It includes classes such as physiology, anatomy, epidemiology, biochemistry, nutrition and kinesiology. Biomedical sciences are the foundation of knowledge for all health care professionals [... ] why earn a degree in biomedical sciences? A bachelor's degree in biomedical science positions you well for a wide variety of career opportunities, or for admission to advanced science or professional health care degrees. Since health care career opportunities are expected to grow over the next decade, a degree in biomedical science can be a good investment for future earning potential. How to Use Your Biomedical Science Degree: your BS degree in biomedical science can be a gateway to working in many fields: education, research, sales, medical practice, hospital and institutional work. Students also use this degree to pursue graduate study in the health professions in order to become a medical doctor, dentist, podiatrist, etc. This degree also prepares you for the first-professional programs at National University where you can study to become a chiropractic or naturopathic physician or pursue the acupuncture or oriental medicine programs. [...] one strong advantage of our bachelor of science program is that you may qualify for early entry into either the doctor of chiropractic or doctor of naturopathic medicine program at NUHS. Through our Advanced Scholars Program, you can finish the last year of your BS degree while enrolled in the first year of your DC or ND program [etc.]";
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[in "A Leader in the Field of Integrative Medicine" (2018)]
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"National University of Health Sciences is the nation's premier institution for health science education. Here you'll find outstanding preparation in integrative health care professions such as chiropractic and naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and oriental medicine, massage therapy, biomedical science, and more [...] National University's academic program is rigorous, uncompromising and built on a solid foundation in the basic sciences [...] National University was the first to offer hospital experience to chiropractic students, the first to push for national accreditation of chiropractic colleges, and the first to publish medically-indexed and peer reviewed scientific journals [...] our DC and ND graduates are trained as primary care physicians, and receive the same basic science education in courses such as anatomy, physiology, neurology, pathology and diagnosis as MD students in allopathic medical schools";
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[in "Mary's Naturopathic Medicine Blog" (2018)]
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"Mary is a student in the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Degree Program at National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "7 Ways My Career in Naturopathic Medicine Has Changed My Life" (2018)]
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"[via ND Krebs] receiving my degree in naturopathic medicine from National University of Health Sciences [...] in the naturopathic medicine program at National University of Health Sciences [...] training to become a naturopathic doctor, specifically at National University of Health Sciences, is rigorous [...] NDs take two years of medical science courses";
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[in "Why National?" (2018)]
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"National University of Health Sciences is the nation's premier institution for health science education. Here you'll find outstanding preparation in integrative health care professions such as chiropractic and naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and oriental medicine, massage therapy, biomedical science, and more [...] National University's academic program is rigorous, uncompromising, and built on a solid foundation in the basic sciences [...] first to publish medically-indexed and peer reviewed scientific journals";
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[in "Tim's ND Blog" (2018)]
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"Tim is a student in the doctor of naturopathic medicine degree program at National University of Health Sciences";
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"one of the most stunning buildings on the National University of Health Sciences' campus is the Learning Resource Center (LRC). The LRC is a unique health science library [...] the LRC currently receives 242 carefully selected journals from all fields of health sciences [...] the wide variety and number of scientific journal subscriptions [...] 'when you're dealing with science-based health care, having the most current information is very important - and that's where the journals come in [...] in the world of medical science you can't simply rely on 'googling' for your information' [...] says Joyce Whitehead, director of the LRC [...] National's LRC has grown its collection to accommodate the new naturopathy, acupuncture and oriental medicine degree programs";
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[in "A Word from President Joseph Stiefel" (2018)]
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"why National University of Health Sciences is so unique [...] I'm enthusiastic about National University of Health Sciences because [...] National University of Health Sciences offers you uncompromising science-based learning [...] Dr. Joseph Stiefel was inaugurated as National University of Health Sciences' sixth president on June 22, 2013";
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[in "The Value of Pursuing a Career in Complementary and Alternative Medicine in 2017" (2018)]
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"[via Teri Hatfield] naturopathic medicine is a holistic, science-based health care practice that is focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness. It is a distinct primary health care profession that combines the wisdom of nature with the rigors of modern science [...] National University of Health Sciences";
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"all of our students have something in common: They're achievement-oriented and committed to getting the best science-based education for their future careers";
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[in "5 Myths About Naturopathic Medicine" (2018)]
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"[via ND Smith] lack of knowledge creates a stigma around naturopathic medicine springing from commonly accepted stereotypes and myths. These pervasive myths about naturopathic medicine repel many potential patients who would otherwise benefit from its healing potential, as well as some medical students who could lead great careers in the field. 1) Naturopathic medicine is not based in science. Some people interpret naturopathic medicine as being unscientific, but a closer look tells a different story. At its root, naturopathic medicine [...] is based on a sound appreciation of physiology, biochemistry, and anatomy [...] there is quite a bit of scientific literature to support their use, and it’s growing. The industry boasts multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals [...] naturopathic medicine students gain a thorough knowledge of biomedical sciences [...] two years of their education in basic and clinical science didactic coursework";
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[in "A Career Guide to Becoming a Naturopathic Doctor (Downloadable Resource)" (2017)]
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"[via Victoria Sweeney] if you are looking to pursue a career as a naturopathic doctor, you more than likely have a lot of questions about the industry, career outlook, how to select a program, and the best way to successfully and easily navigate the admissions process.That’s why National University of Health Sciences has created this free, downloadable resource for students, like you, who are considering a future in integrative medicine – A Career Guide to Becoming a Naturopathic Doctor [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "Download: A Career Guide to Becoming a Naturopathic Doctor" (2017)]
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"about the guide. A Career Guide to Becoming a Naturopathic Doctor is an informational guide for those that are considering pursuing a graduate program in naturopathic medicine [...] we hope this guide will bring you real insight as you consider an exciting career as a naturopathic physician [...] about National University of Health Sciences: National University of Health Sciences is a leader in the growing field of integrative medicine and is respected worldwide for success in balancing healing arts and science, combining broad-scope integrative medicine with patient-centered care. NUHS is forging new paths within the world of health care, based on understanding and cooperation with medical professionals from all disciplines [...] © 2018 National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "National University of Health Sciences: A Career Guide to Becoming a Naturopathic Doctor" (2017)]
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"about National University of Health Sciences [...] National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) [...] healing arts and science [...] the university offers programs in chiropractic medicine, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture, oriental medicine, massage therapy, and biomedical science [...] introduction to the naturopathic medical field [...] what is naturopathic medicine? Naturopathic medicine is a holistic, science-based health care practice [...] the rigors of modern science [...] using modern medical science and natural therapies [...] NDs can be licensed as a primary care or general practice physician after they’ve fulfilled the following requirements: graduate from a four-year professional-level program at a CNME-accredited naturopathic medical school, such as National University of Health Sciences. Take and pass national board exams, Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Exam (NPLEX). This rigorous exam covers basic sciences, diagnostic, and therapeutic subjects and clinical sciences [...] what are the traits of a successful ND? [...] aptitude for science [...] which school provides comprehensive medical education and training? Look for a school that has a rigorous, broad-scope medical curriculum with a strong foundation in basic sciences - your curriculum in the first two years should include a strong emphasis on basic sciences such as anatomy, microbiology, physiology, and more. When you attend an accredited school, your basic science coursework will be the same as that of a typical MD, DC, or a DO student. Clinical sciences - students learn important skills in diagnosing patient conditions, performing physical exams, and determining the correct naturopathic treatments in clinical science classes [...] our basic science coursework provides a solid foundation in biomedical sciences. In addition to coursework, students learn anatomy and physiology through hands on, full-cadaver dissection in our gross anatomy laboratory. In the clinical science classes, beginning early in the curriculum, students start applying the basic science knowledge [...] admission requirements [...] GPA and degree requirements [...] science prerequisites, including lab-based coursework in biology, physics, general chemistry, and organic chemistry [...] non-science prerequisites, including coursework in English, psychology, social science, and humanities [...] what undergraduate degree is required? A science major such as biology or chemistry is the best preparation, since naturopathic schools require you to have completed a certain amount of science credits, including laboratory sciences. However, you don’t need to worry if you don’t have a science major. You can complete necessary science prerequisites prior to admission. In fact, National University offers a wide selection of undergraduate science courses right on campus in our prerequisite program. So, you can begin at NUHS in that program if you need to complete missing science coursework [...] what will make me a more competitive applicant? You can make yourself more attractive to admissions officials at naturopathic schools by doing well in science course prerequisites [...] National University of Health Sciences.  Your next step to success! National University of Health Sciences offers the doctor of naturopathic medicine degree, and is a great place to start your comparison of schools [...] National University’s academic programs are rigorous, uncompromising, and built on a solid foundation in the basic sciences";
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"[from the description] at Campus Visit Day on March 4, 2017, you’ll be able to tour campus, talk with students and alumni, and get answers to your questions about admissions, financial aid, housing, campus life, and more. Plus, you'll receive a $500* tuition credit just for attending (*$250 for undergrad BS program). RSVP online: www.nuhs.edu/visit or call 1-800-826-6285 [...from the video] National University of Health Sciences [...] chiropractic medicine [...] as well as naturopathic medicine [...] acucupucture and oriental medicine";
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"basic science curriculum: at National University, the rigorous basic science coursework provides a foundation for applying the biomedical sciences and becoming a well-versed diagnostician.  Clinical theory courses, early in the curriculum, aid students in applying the basic science knowledge they are acquiring to the understanding of the root causes of disease, and symptoms. A great example is our Basic Science Applications: Determinants of Health";
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"National University of Health Sciences [...] National's ND program provides you with a rigorous curriculum that blends thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in traditional naturopathic treatments [...] as a student in the naturopathic physician program at National, you will study the same basic sciences as an MD";
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"I needed to find the right school. This would be a school based in the sciences [...] along with the sciences though, I needed a school that taught the philosophy of the naturopathic principles [...] when I visited NUHS, I was able to see the solid scientific foundation of study immediately upon arrival [...] the science is serious and so is the philosophy at our school";
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[in "Tim's ND Blog: Finances" (2013)]
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"we are not a medicine of 'woo-woo' or one devoid of a solid scientific foundation. Be certain that you are prepared to invest up to $200,000 for a rigorous science-based education for four years [...] as a naturopathic medical student, each of us is expected to know the science behind the body, mind, and spirit [...] as you work through the basic sciences  [...] the principles of naturopathic philosophy combined with the hard science of the human machine";
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[in "CNME Awards Accreditation to National University of Health Sciences Naturopathic Medicine Degree Program" (2013)]
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"National University of Health Sciences received accreditation for its naturopathic medicine degree program on October 13, 2012. National University of Health Sciences is now accredited by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education, a professional accrediting agency for naturopathic medicine programs. For information, contact: CNME, 342 Main Street, PO Box 178, Great Barrington, MA 01230; (413) 528-8877";
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[in "Science, Nature, Balance" (2012)]
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"National University of Health Sciences [...their] natural health care disciplines [include] chiropractic and naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and oriental medicine, massage therapy, biomedical science, and more [...] National University sets the highest standards for health science education in integrative medicine [...] emphasizes the science of healing [...] National University of Health Sciences is dedicated to one goal — providing you with the most comprehensive, science-based education possible [...] you’ll gain a strong foundation in basic sciences [...] National’s doctor of naturopathic medicine degree provides you with a rigorous curriculum that blends a thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in naturopathic treatments [...] as a student of naturopathic medicine, you will integrate scientific research with natural treatments to address the underlying cause of disease and promote the body’s natural healing process [...] if you would like to start your chiropractic or naturopathic medicine degree, but don’t have the necessary undergraduate science courses to meet our admission requirements, you may take advantage of our accelerated prerequisite program [...] the required bachelor’s level science courses [...] Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) [...] our program also gives you a solid foundation in western medicine including fundamental biomedical science [...] the combination of both western and Chinese medical science [...] Master of Science in Acupuncture (MSAc) [...] Chinese medical science [...] Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BS) [...] a 13,000- volume library dedicated exclusively to health sciences";
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"in 2000, the National College of Chiropractic changed its name to National University of Health Sciences [...] National now has three separate colleges: the College of Professional Studies - overseeing the doctor of chiropractic medicine program, the doctor of naturopathic medicine program, and the oriental medicine and acupuncture degree programs";
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"one of the most stunning buildings on the National University of Health Sciences' campus is the Learning Resource Center (LRC) [...] a unique health science library [...] the LRC currently receives 242 carefully selected journals from all fields of health sciences. Historically, the wide variety and number of scientific journal subscriptions have always been the strength of the NUHS collection. "When you're dealing with science-based health care, having the most current information is very important - and that's where the journals come in [...] in the world of medical science' [etc....] says Joyce Whitehead, director of the LRC [...] National's LRC has grown its collection to accommodate the new naturopathy, acupuncture and oriental medicine degree programs [...] 'the two new ND and MSAc/MSOM directors' [etc....]";
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"all of our students have something in common: they are achievement-oriented and committed to getting the best science-based education for their future careers [...including] acupuncture and Oriental medicine [...and] naturopathic medicine";
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[in "NUHS: National University of Health Sciences (HD Campus Tour)" (2011)]
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"[description] NUHS, National University of Health Sciences [...] Chicago campus [...] programs [...include] naturopathic medicine (ND) [...] visit: www.NUHS.edu or call [...] category: education. Tags [...] naturopathic medicine [...and] biomedical science [...in the video] National University of Health Sciences ['NUHS' many many times...] programs [...include] naturopathic medicine [...and] biomedical sciences [...] BSc [...] naturopathic medicine (ND) [...] NUHS publishes 3 scientific peer reviewed journals [...] primary care physician training [...] professional faculty members (MDs, DCs, NDs, Pharm.Ds, PhDs) [...] evidence based medicine integrative and mutli [sp., multi]-disciplinary approach [...] discover NUHS, National University of Health Sciences [...] Dr. M. Levy, MD DC, NUHS alumni [...] esse quam videri [Latin for 'to be, rather than seem to be']";
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[in "Takiyah - ND Student at National University of Health Sciences" (2011)]
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"[from the description] Takiyah studies naturopathic medicine in Illinois at National University of Health Sciences. National's program offers a full curriculum of traditional naturopathy combined with a strong foundation in basic sciences and clinical training that emphasizes integrative medicine. For more information, visit www.nuhs.edu or call 1-800-826-6285 [...from the video, the student speaks of] 'I have a B.S. degree in biology so I have that science background [...] allopathic medical school [...] an alternative to the allopathic [...] their philosophy [...] clinical science classes [...] the ND curriculum is phenomenal' [...video titles state in video a] 'strong foundation in basic sciences [...] full traditional ND curriculum [...] National University of Health Sciences'";
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"[for] new students [...] to help ensure their success as health care professionals, students in the College of Professional Studies are required to have earned a bachelor's degree in the arts or sciences from an accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative grade point average [...] completed specific science courses. Students  [...] may enroll in the NUHS Bachelor of Biomedical Science Degree completion program [...] a bachelor's degree to prepare for a career in science or health care. Students, who have an undergraduate degree in non-science majors, or those who fall short of the required science credit hours to meet National University admission requirements, may enroll in the NUHS Prerequisite Program. Under this program, students can finish the prerequisites in an accelerated format during two eight-week mini-terms prior to starting their doctoral program [...including] N.D.: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine";
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"National University of Health Sciences is the nation's premier institution for health science education, offering you unparalleled preparation in expanding health care professions such as chiropractic, naturopathic, and oriental medicine, acupuncture, massage therapy, and biomedical science";
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[in "National University of Health Sciences - Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) / Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine (DC)" (2010)]
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"National University of Health Sciences, the nation’s premier institution for complementary and alternative medical education, is offering a doctor of naturopathic medicine program (N.D.) [...] National’s N.D. program provides you with a rigorous curriculum that blends thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in traditional naturopathic treatments. As a student in the naturopathic physician program at National, you will study the same basic sciences as an M.D [...] our distinctive science-oriented, 'hands-on' curriculum [...] retrieved from National University of Health Sciences website on 3/10/2010";
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"National University of Health Sciences, the nation’s premier institution for complementary and alternative medical education, is offering a doctor of naturopathic medicine program (N.D.), which will prepare you to practice as a licensed naturopathic physician. As primary-care doctors whose diagnosis and treatments bridge both conventional and natural medicine perspectives, naturopathic physicians integrate scientific research with natural treatments to address the underlying cause of disease and promote the body’s natural healing process and educate patients to continue this process [...] National’s N.D. program provides you with a rigorous curriculum that blends [a] thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in naturopathic treatments [...] National University of Health Sciences • 200 East Roosevelt Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148 • 1-800-826-6285 © Copyright 2006 National University of Health Sciences";
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"as a student in the naturopathic physician program at National, you will study the same basic sciences as an M.D.";
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"the College of Professional Studies has over 50 full-time faculty and is comprised of shared basic science and clinical science departments supporting learning in chiropractic medicine, naturopathic medicine, Oriental medicine and acupuncture, and a baccalaureate in biomedical science";
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[graduateguide.com]
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[gradschools.com]
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[in "National University Of Health Sciences: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine" ()]
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"National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) [...] naturopathic students are trained as primary care physicians and are provided with a rigorous curriculum that blends a thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in naturopathic treatments. ND students take the same intensive basic science courses as chiropractic medicine students";
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