FieldNotes: a Seasonal Newsletter from Naturopathic Health Care
Peruse back issues of FieldNotes below and find seasonal and helpful advice and links to articles of interest. To receive the next issue of FieldNotes directly via email, sign up on the bottom left. When prompted, choose "Naturopathic Health Care General Interest" and the next issue will show up directly in your inbox.
Drs. Rothenberg and Herscu also publish Less is More: An Occasional eNewsletter from New England School of Homeopathy. Sign up to receive future issues as described above for FieldNotes but choose "New England School of Homeopathy General Interest" when prompted; of course feel free to sign up for both. Click this link to view past issues of Less is More.
May/June 2018: Dr. Rothenberg writes about The Role of Natural Medicine in Preventing and Treating Heart Disease (and what she wished her father knew….), plus a Chilled Cucumber Soup recipe perfect for summer.
Fall 2017: focuses on the challenges many folks have with seeing and perceiving the world. Plus delight your taste buds as Dr. Rothenberg introduces you to some seasonal treats including products made by Carr's Ciderhouse.
Spring 2017: Dr. Amy Rothenberg shares some simple everyday lifestyle tweaks to help Rheumatoid Arthritis; PLUS a delicious great grab & go breakfast recipe and one of her favorite apps for yoga & mediation classes. There is something for everyone in this issue. Enjoy and Happy Spring!!!
December 2016: enjoy some well needed self-care tips this time of year! You'll also find a link to our 2017 calendar to print & enjoy.
Spring 2016: includes a great case by Amy Rothenberg ND of an 11 year old girl diagnosed with gastro-esophageal reflux.
Fall 2015: Cultivating a Posture of Gratitude. Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends, students, patients & colleagues. We are grateful to have the work we do and are sending out wishes for healing and peace to all.
Summer 2015: Our medical practice summer enewsletter with a nice homeopathic case thrown in for good measure.
Spring 2014: Dr. Rothenberg explores the idea of transformation as winter gives way to spring and shares some natural ways of preventing and treating gout. Read tips on grilling a whole salmon and an easy way to get a soothing foot massage.
Winter 2013/14: Creative & unique gift giving is always a challenge around the holidays. Dr. Rothenberg shares her “Soup of the Month Club” idea, along with 12 months of healthy & delicious soup recipes. Also learn more about the whole person approach to metabolic syndrome: hypertension, high cholesterol, pre-diabetes, & obesity.
Fall 2013: Enjoy the bounty of the season with the story of Dr. Herscu's first succesful fig crop and the similarly hard earned recognition of the important role naturopathic medicine plays in addressing the nation's health care crisis. Savor a delicious poached pear recipe as well as vivid images from a Colorado artist.
Winter 2012: Become inspired to get moving in the new year; read about Drs. Rothenberg & Herscu's adventures with ballroom dancing and watch a motivational video on the benefits of exercise. Grab a quick, healthy green salad on the go and learn what homeopathy has to offer for the treatment of cystic acne.
Summer 2012: Dr. Rothenberg talks about being focused in our lives & looks at alternative treatment approaches to ADHD. Also read about the benefits of leafy greens and a yummy cooked kale recipe.
Spring 2012: In our 1st issue of FieldNotes, Dr. Rothenberg recounts experiences from her inaugural spring rollerblade and ties them to her own roots and beliefs in natural medicine. Also find help for the natural treatment of the allergies using nutrition, herbal medicine and homeopathy. Dr. Rothenberg's homemade chicken soup recipe is also in this issue as well as information on the benefits of eating fermented foods.