Exercise As Medicine
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The guide/study book saved me! In our last year of school and on every Friday for a year, 3 to 5 other students met at my house and studied this manual for NPLEX. All of us passed every section the first time. The people who didn't get the book, didn't pass all of the sections. They spent more time organizing school notes and their school books [so] that there was no time left to study. The money spent for it was well worth every cent and much more valuable than most texts they made us purchase. It should be required for all ND students. Sure the review classes were helpful but nothing like this Study Guide! Thanks to you and Dr. Yarnell for crafting this guide!
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Dr. Yarnell's Natural Approach to Gastroenterology is completely tailored to the naturopathic medical student, including the perfect combination of evidence-based medicine and clinical pearls. For anyone interested in gut health and/or botanical medicine, this is a mandatory reference that I continue to use in clinic.
I used Wild Brilliance Press materials to study for boards and they were a lifesaver! I loved how organized they were and gave me the information I needed to pass boards. I used the flashcards daily to memorize information I had forgotten. My favorites were the botanical medicine cards because they had color pictures that helped me picture them as I studied. The physical medicine cards were also very helpful since I could refer to the pictures as well. I used the NPLEX II study guide to help with the clinical aspect and I liked how they were organized by body systems. That way I could also focus on medications, botanical medicine, and homeopathy for each subject. I highly recommend them!
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