Category Archives: Patient Harm

Even when children die, naturopaths refuse to blame each other

Naturopaths hate it when I draw attention to examples of patient harm resulting from naturopaths failing to uphold medical standards of care.

Posted in Critical Thinking, Ethics, Patient Harm, Pediatrics, Standards of Care | 91 Comments

Naturopathic pediatrics and genetic testing

Naturopath Jared Skowron reveals his quackery by using anti-gas pills to treat a young girl with Fabry disease.

Posted in Bastyr University, Ethics, Patient Harm, Pediatrics, Standards of Care | 29 Comments

Naturopaths need to back off autism

Another child has been severely harmed by a naturopath. This time in the UK.

Posted in Autism, Ethics, Patient Harm, Pediatrics, Standards of Care, What's the harm? | 242 Comments

NaturoFAQs.com: Dispelling the Spin of Natural Medicine

Posted in Guest Post, Patient Harm, Science, What's the harm? | 325 Comments

Ozone therapy in naturopathic medicine

Posted in AANP, Ethics, Licensure, ozone, Patient Harm, Politics, Standards of Care, What's the harm? | 188 Comments

I was suffering from postpartum depression: My licensed naturopath recommended beer and marijuana to help me sleep

Posted in Former Patient, Mental Illness, Patient Harm, Standards of Care, What's the harm? | 55 Comments

The homeopathic treatment of bipolar is unethical and dangerous

Posted in Homeopathy, Mental Illness, Patient Harm, What's the harm? | 62 Comments

A toddler dies from meningitis, governments need to block naturopathic pediatrics

Posted in Licensure, Naturopathic Doctor, Naturopathic Education, Patient Harm, Standards of Care, What's the harm? | 32 Comments

Is your naturopathic “doctor” talking about you on the Internet?

Posted in Ethics, Naturopathic Doctor, ND Confessions, Patient Harm | 62 Comments

The “pH Miracle Diet” naturopath is guilty, but California still has a problem

Posted in Licensure, Nutrition, Patient Harm, Politics, Toxins, What's the harm? | 23 Comments