here, I summarize this week's additions to my public naturopathy database. I also link to an ND's video each changelog, quote from, and tag the video in some detail:
the vitalism of:
NDs Pizzorno and Snider in Micozzi's ISBN 0443065764
to Amazon.com as a brief review;
the science claims of:
to Appendix I.05.n.;
ND Schostag; ND Sharif; ND Sims;
ND Smith, A.; ND Stadtmauer;
ND Sura and ND Walker; ND Singh;
ND Schehr; ND Sinatra;
to Appendix I.05.o.;
ND Herring and ND Rho;
ND Hoffmann, M.;
to Appendix I.05.g.;
002. video of the week link [not to pun]:
the National University of Health Sciences Youtube video "Dr. Sarah Ouano - NUHS, ND Class of 2011" [vsc 2012-06-02; my comments are in unquoted bold] which states:
#sciencesubsetnaturopathyclaim #NUHS #sciencesubsetsupernaturalclaim
"[from the description] Meet Sarah Ouano, ND, who earned her doctor of naturopathic medicine degree at National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois [...] he Midwest's only ND degree program [...]";
yes, the claim science subset naturopathy.
"Sarah works in an exciting integrative medical clinic [...]";
ye old blending. Truly to integrate is the meld. What with what though?
"[from the video] 'I was accepted to an allopathic school' [...]";
ah, the false labeling of regular medicine as allopathy.
"I work at the National Center for Integrative Medicine [IM...in the the wing for] complementary and alternative medicine [CAM...and speaks of] all three aspects of your life, mental, physical and emotional and spiritual [...]";
ah, so there's our blending that is CAM / IM: science subset supernatural. Wow, the scientific contains the nonscientific, call Stockholm and issue the Nobels.
"at National we're so trained to be on our toes all the time as far as being abreast of current research [...]";
incidentally, there is no current research that justifies placing the supernatural within the scientific. Find me research that says what science cannot falsify is indeed scientific. Welcome to retard land.
"I work with everything [...including] homeopathy [...]";
so now we're at science subset 'the absurd'.