Doctors die by suicide at an alarmingly high rate. It’s a painful reality that is far too often ignored––or worse, intentionally concealed.
Treating patients in the midst of a global pandemic has become yet another factor contributing to physician distress and suicide in recent months. The stories of medical professionals lost to suicide amid the Covid-19 outbreak are shining new light on some long-standing and dangerous shortcomings in our systems of medical education and practice.
cognitive decline is one of the nation’s most pressing health issues. Every day
in the US, roughly 10,000 people reach their 65th birthdays. People over 65
years of age now represent almost 15% of the total population. Octogenarians
are the fastest growing age bracket.
these trends continue, the need for effective clinical strategies to support
and sustain brain health will become increasingly urgent. Fortunately, there
are effective nutritional and lifestyle-based approaches that can promote
healthy brain function well into advanced age.
this free webinar, Colleen Ambrose, ND, will describe the factors that drive
age-related neurodegeneration, the nutritional deficiencies contributing to it,
and the interventions that can help patients maintain their cognitive function
as they age.
The factors that contribute to neurodegeneration in
midlife and advanced age.
The nutritional deficiencies that may contribute to or
Actionable lifestyle modification and dietary supplementation strategies can improve brain health, and how to apply them.
Dr. Colleen Ambrose earned her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, a 4-year accredited program with training in primary care, botanical medicine, osteopathic manipulation, hydrotherapy, and homeopathy. She specializes in homeopathy, somatic work in relation to stored trauma within the body, biofeedback, and hydrotherapy. She believes in the innate healing power of the body and strives to support this by treating the root cause of the illness.