The Naturopathic Doctor News and Review (NDNR), a clinical information resource of naturopathic medicine in the United States and Canada, announced the release of the Library, a free online directory of nine years of published issues in an e-version format. Subscribers can access e-versions of NDNR on any web-enabled device. To access the Library, visit www.ndnr.com/library.
NDNR covers the naturopathic medicine and includes the products and services that natural medicine physicians use and prescribe. The monthly content consists of articles written by practicing naturopathic doctors for practicing naturopathic doctors. Contributors also include the presidents of the accredited naturopathic universities, naturopathic associations and leaders in a range of naturopathic modalities. Every issue covers varying clinical topics with case studies, clinical research and discussions on the usage of nutraceuticals, botanicals, IVs, injection therapies, homeopathy and more.
“NDNR is akin to a virtual grand rounds for the practicing physician. Each issue is a glimpse into the clinical practice of natural medicine, featuring real life case reports, nutraceutical and supplement information and clinical pearls," said Razi Berry, publisher of NDNR. “With the NDNR library, you now can search over nine years of published content covering topics such as women's health issues, diabetes, weight loss, fertility and much more."
Subscribers can share the content with others and all content is free.