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Conventional Medicine is NOT Science-based. Natural Medicine is NOT Pseudo-Science. Don’t Feed Trolls.

January 19, 2015

This idea that conventional medicine is science based, and naturopathic medicine is pseudo science, is an unsubstantiated conceit and nothing more. And the idea that a dependable scientific purity is somehow driving our for-profit conventional system and the drug companies it serves is both laughable and sad all at once. It could be fun to post all the links to demonstrate the conceit, if it weren’t for all the damage done by the conventional system, the costs incurred, the worthless treatments bought and paid for, the patients harmed. Oh, and let’s not forget that the AMA gave America it’s tobacco and soft drink addictions by placing their seal of approval on tobacco and soft drinks in JAMA all those years ago.

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Natural Medicine or Crisis Medicine – Which Is Better Primary Care?

April 20, 2014

In the history of medicine, there never has been and likely never will be a more prudent approach to healthcare, the one likely to do the most good for the most people at the least cost, then the natural medicine approach long championed by naturopathic physicians. Today, our primary care system, fails to attend to this […]

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Sending Yourself Messages From The Future – Life Skills

March 8, 2010

Last month, I blogged about how to start your year off right with nutrition and exercise. To make such changes for the better, your motivation has to align with your direction.   And one of the best ways to find your motivation and change the way you take care of yourself is to look for […]

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Get Energy From Exercise – Life Skills

January 18, 2010

In this week’s post, I’d like to tackle a tough subject that doctors often deal with in their patients. Exercise. There, I said it. And so far, you’ve survived it. Let’s find out if I can persuade you to do something more about it.

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Sink Your Teeth Into What and How You Eat – Life Skills

January 11, 2010

In this post and the next, Dr. K’s blog is all about your health. To start things off, let’s talk about taking it off. Weight, that is. I mean, really, why weight/wait?

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Resolve and Resolution in 2010

January 4, 2010

A New Year’s message shared by motivational speaker, executive coach and interpersonal skills trainer Dr. Rick Kirschner on working it out so the world changes for the better, changes for good.

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Get With It, Get On With It – The Antidote For Complacency

December 21, 2009

Creative living stands out against the darkness of time, surrounded by the light of progress. As individuals, family members, and shareholders in communities, the use of our creative energy aimed at better tomorrows is self renewing, in that it allows us to slip the bonds of earth and soar to the heights of our hopes and dreams.

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Fixing To Die – Complacent and fanatics share same false premise

December 14, 2009

Our inactions have consequences. Making the easy choice in the moment and doing what’s most convenient at the time almost always leads to complications and trouble, a soap opera whose happy endings are fleeting setups for more difficulty and travail. When creative energy is inhibited and suppressed by avoidance and denial, the result is unconscious and self-defeating behavior that guarantees a future shock.

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