Helping hands in the Philippines

| December 13, 2012

Caroline Tade ’08, a third-year student at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, sent this photo from the Philippines, where she helped out at a birthing clinic last summer. “I was drawn to naturopathic medicine as it focused on finding the root cause of illnesses, instead of pacifying symptoms,” she says. Tade says she studies everything from nutrition to minor surgery and environmental medicine, and will graduate with a Naturopathic Medical Degree (N.D.) that allows her to practice as a primary care provider. She went to the Philippines with the school’s Naturopaths Without Borders program.


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