I wrote a guest column for the Canadian Women’s Health Network titled “Being Proactive about Your Breast Health.” Please follow the link if you are interested in reading the column.
By Dr. Verna Hunt BSC DC ND
Homeostasis is the foundation of good health. The word homeostasis means the tendency of a system, especially the physiological system of higher animals, to maintain internal stability, owing to the coordinated response of its parts to any situation or stimulus that would tend to disturb its normal condition […]
If “April showers bring May flowers,” what do April snow storms bring? Despite the confusion of winter weather recently, the spring flowers are bravely trying to grow and blossom. Similarly, people are attempting to shed their wintery feelings and are out in the sunshine, when it appears, enthusiasm for the springtime slowly blooming.
In my blog post […]
Here are some events I will be participating in this year. As more details become available, I will update this information. Thank you.
Teaching for The Legacy Project
April 16, 2016
Teaching parts 3 and 4 of the New Patient Physical Examination. Held at CCNM.
See www.oand.org for more details and to sign up.
Newfoundland Clinic, August 2016
Clinics at […]
Feeling overwhelmed and knocked off course is very common as we come to the end of the year, and maybe especially so in 2015. Each person’s life is being touched by the state of the world. It is a time of great change and it is hard to know ‘which end is up.’
If we […]
Getting ready for cooler weather is not what has been on anyone’s list of things to do during the heat of August and early September. So this blog is a reminder that, before Thanksgiving comes, you need to begin to clear the debris out of your filters, especially the liver and kidneys, and provide […]
OAND CONVENTION 2014 – Trade Show Floor (short) from Legacy Project on Vimeo.
OAND CONVENTION 2014 – Trade Room Floor (short) & Interview (Katie Rheaume-Bleue ND) from Legacy Project on Vimeo.
Dr. Verna Hunt, BSc DC ND
In the next few months naturopathic medicine will be moving from the Drugless Practitioner’s Act (DPA) to the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) under the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO). The decision to move naturopathic doctors under the RHPA was made in 2007 when the Naturopathy Act was […]
This coming July, Dr. Verna Hunt will hold a clinic for 4–5 days at The Old Cottage Hospital in Norris Point, along the western shores of Newfoundland right beside Gros Morne National Park. To book an appointment, please phone 709-458-2875.