001. so, by way of the alert "naturopathic", there's this at news.google.com:
and what catches my eye are the articles "Naturopathic Doctor Indicted for Defrauding Patients. WVTM13 [...and] Claimed Naturopathic Hoover Doctor Indicted for Defrauding Cancer Patients. Alabama's News Leader." The accused, "Isabel Kesari Gervais", is not of the AANP-CAND type ND, apparently, who attend in-residence schools and can be generally licensed as NDs. I'll call this blatant impersonation.
then also on the list, from that in-residence licensed ND camp, are the articles "The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians to Urge Congressional Support for Insurance Nondiscrimination. Press Release Rocket [...] Effective Alternatives to Opioids for Chronic Pain. Press Release Rocket [...] National University of Natural Medicine is Looking for a Lab Technician. The Lund Report [...] AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine to Become Part of Bastyr University. Press Release Rocket."
002. now, generally speaking, naturopathy itself is fraudulent but specifically it is fraudulent EVEN when of the in-residence kind:
for instance, the entities above falsely label categorically as "science" the patently science-exterior. What does in-residence naturopathy that is fully licensed create, therein: licensed falsehood. Like the AANP, still to this day, and for 5 outrageous years and counting, claiming that homeopathy is a science. I'll call this sanctioned impersonation.
003. and finally on the news.google.com list is former-ND Hermes's "California Has A Deadly Problem With Regulating Naturopathic Doctors Forbes" at forbes.com, which offers a refreshing criticism 'from the inside', of this racket / impersonation / falsehood.