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Covid-19 Commonly Asked Questions

Are the vaccines safe? Yes. The vaccines are the first of their kind on the market, but these types of vaccines have been used in research for decades. The process to make them followed all the usual safety rules as other vaccines. Why should I get vaccinated? Getting vaccinated not only protects you against getting […]

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Why Can’t I Get a Positive Lyme Test? Limitations of Antibody Testing – Part 2:
Biofilm Presence

So, you have all the symptoms of Lyme and cannot get the positive test that leads to diagnosis and treatment? In my last blog post, we discussed the first, most important limitation in Lyme testing, which is a poor immune function in which the immune system is too weak to make the antibodies necessary for […]

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Why Can’t I Get a Positive Lyme Test? Limitations of Antibody Testing – Part 1: Suppressed Immune Function

I am fond of saying that everyone in Maine has a little bit of Lyme. Though there is some seasonal fluctuation in the tick population, in a year such as this, when ticks are out in full force, it is virtually impossible to not have some exposure. What matters is the state of the individual’s […]

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Seasonal Eating – Cranberries

November is the perfect time to highlight cranberries’ health benefits. Thanksgiving is the one time of the year they get placed on most American tables. In fact, 20% of the cranberry harvest is eaten on Thanksgiving. Part of the reason for the bowl of sauce and turkey is that the cranberry is native to North […]

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Seasonal Eating – Pumpkin

Fall is a great time to discuss the benefits of pumpkins. Pumpkins get carved for Halloween in October. Then, most Thanksgiving dinners are not complete without pumpkin pie in November. It’s the season to decorate the house with mini pumpkins while making soup, whoopie pies, or all sorts of other pumpkin dishes. This year, try […]

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COVID-19 Update

Here are some best practices for protecting yourself from COVID-19 viral infection Corrie Marinaro, ND. Objectives Understanding your individual risk and how to make the immune system work smarter, not harder. Review best lifestyle practices for your immune system, including nutrition, rest, and exercise recommendations. Review immune-supportive nutrients including Vitamin D, Zinc, Vitamin C, and […]

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COVID-19 Information & Support

As most of us are aware by now, COVID-19, or Coronavirus, is spreading through our global communities. At the time of this newsletter, there are no confirmed cases in Maine. However, the virus will likely spread to Maine at some point. At New England Naturopathic Health, our focus always is on education and prevention. In […]

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Natural Cold & Flu Prevention & Treatment

Lecture notes from Dr. Hayford on Natural Cold & Flu Prevention & Treatment.

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Chronic Fatigue & Adrenal Burnout

Lecture notes from Dr. Hayford on Chronic Fatigue.  

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The Gut-Brain Connection: Presentation

From Colby’s Lunch & Learn on December 5  In case you missed it, our gut-brain connection presentation is a click away to browse at your convenience! You can find it here: The Gut-Brain Connection: Presentation  

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