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Review: Biologic Integrative Health - Samantha Eagle MD

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MEH

Freeport, ME

#1 Feb 23, 2010
There are no words to describe the wonderful experience I had with Dr. Eagle. She is the most caring, thoughtful, understanding heath care provider in Vermont. Not only helping my child but being there for me as a parent throughout my experiences. Every parent with a children seeking a doctor should be treated the way Dr. Eagle treated me... Amazing woman and should be granted the merit she deserves!
Wife

Portsmouth, NH

#2 Dec 16, 2013
Samantha Eagle texted my husband night and day and during times she was in her office for over two years. I don't know who is half-witted enough to see someone who texts like a teenage girl when she should be paying attention to her patients. What is wrong with this woman? She should be a professional and behave like one.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#3 Dec 16, 2013
The whole thing is a scam:

But an editorial published in this week's Annals of Internal Medicine says that using supplements and multivitamins to prevent chronic conditions is a waste of money.

"The (vitamin and supplement) industry is based on anecdote, people saying 'I take this, and it makes me feel better,' said Dr. Edgar Miller, professor of medicine and epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and co-author of the editorial.
Wife

Keene, NH

#4 Dec 25, 2013
Just don't give this "amazing woman" your husband's cell phone number. She'll probably try to " help" him too.
Winston

Norwalk, CT

#5 Dec 26, 2013
I'm familiar with this nosy control freak; basically she has the typical attitudes of the recent mother "Dr." that goes to the Moonie controlled University of Bridgeport college of chiropractic, naturopathic kooks. The twelve tribes groups liked her too because she was so "friendly" to them. I'm waiting for the grown ups to take over from these types of people.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#6 Dec 26, 2013
The culture of idolatry...consumer products and services of no use.
Alex

Nashua, NH

#7 Dec 26, 2013
Mike Mulligan wrote:
But an editorial published in this week's Annals of Internal Medicine says that using supplements and multivitamins to prevent chronic conditions is a waste of money.
ewe idjit!
They only tested certain brands of cheaply made mass-produced Synthetic Multi-vitamins, and the testing was done by Big Pharma-- WTFU

The real vitamins are still very healthy, unfortunately there's no supplement found yet that will help ewe with ewe're acute sheeple-itis

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Mainstream media attacks multivitamins in yet another example of quack science catapulted into the news by pharma interests
http://www.naturalnews.com/043254_mainstream_...
^covered in this excellent article is:
Why pharmaceuticals are never subjected to the same scrutiny as multivitamins

Studies were contrived through the use of synthetic vitamins

How the media uses "nutritional misdirection" to trick the public into thinking nutrition is bad

Synthetic drugs are even more harmful to human health than synthetic vitamins

These drug-pushing scientists and science journals want you to take pharmaceuticals, not nutrition
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#8 Dec 26, 2013
Mike Mulligan wrote:
The culture of idolatry...consumer products and services of no use.
Ditto!
Winston

Norwalk, CT

#9 Dec 26, 2013
Eagle's "degree" is from UB, taken over by a cult: http://www.theness.com/index.php/the-cultiver...

Not sure if she is still a Moonie, but definitely influenced by them. What is her agenda??
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#10 Dec 27, 2013
Make money for doing nothing.
Medical Reseaercher

Keene, NH

#11 Jan 3, 2014
Pseudo science, questionable credentials. Exercise, and eat real food. Do you REALLY need a "doctor" studying crystals, mindfulness, and astrology to tell you that? Homeopathy is water in a medicine bottle.. You know what to do to live well. Don't need to pay someone to tell you what that looks like. Buy a pedometer. Eat fresh food.. Or pay her $300 for the same advice.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#12 Jan 3, 2014
Mike Mulligan wrote:
Make money for doing nothing.
Make money serving people!
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#13 Jan 3, 2014
“Eat fresh food.”

Kinda simplistic!
Need an adequate income to eat fresh food!
And exercise vigorously and frequently! It can overcome bad eating habits.
Medical Researcher

Keene, NH

#14 Jan 3, 2014
There are no peer reviewed statistcally large studies proving the benefit of naturopathy appearing in any respectable journal. None. Webster's defines quackery as the promotion of unproven medical treatment......33 states will not license these people to practice as trained doctors. Just sayin'
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#15 Jan 3, 2014
The idolatry of money...the worship of money over knowing the preciousness of human life and friendship...

More and more, the idolatry of wanting to “feel good”over doing good or knowing good!
Too funny

Keene, NH

#16 Jan 21, 2014
Clerical workers to Fortune 500 have policies about phones a work. How would you like your surgeon to be texting while he is operating ? Dudette..... Get a grip and get a therapist instead of some ladies husband.
Wife wrote:
Samantha Eagle texted my husband night and day and during times she was in her office ...... She should be a professional and behave like one.
NaturalNews dot Com

Rutland, VT

#17 Jan 21, 2014
Medical Researcher wrote:
There are no peer reviewed statistcally large studies proving the benefit of naturopathy appearing in any respectable journal. None. Webster's defines quackery as the promotion of unproven medical treatment......33 states will not license these people to practice as trained doctors. Just sayin'
-idiot, ewe are just BSin
Of course the mainstream AMA & Big Pharma-sponsored journals ignore and play-down the benefits of natural therapies!(cuz they are their big competitor And DO help many people)
chiropractors used to be demonized by AMA doctors and they sued the damn AMA and won-
1990
Wilk v. American Medical Association, 895 F.2d 352 (7th Cir. 1990), was a federal antitrust suit brought against the American Medical Association (AMA) and 10 co-defendants by chiropractor Chester A. Wilk, DC, and four co-plaintiffs. It resulted in a ruling against the AMA.- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilk_v._American...

Naturopaths take an oath similar to the Hippocratic oath that MDs take
Except most MDs don't really take the "First Do No Harm" part seriously, as they and their Big Pharma pills cause many people to die younger than necessary Every day! The 'Slash & Burn' way (Chemo & Radiation) that mainstream doctors use for cancer seldom works, and the G-d FDA attacks and unjustly charges those who use alternative therapies that Do Cure cancers, and the most prescribed Big Pharma drug, Statins, are hurting people bigtime!
http://www.naturalnews.com/021397_statin_drug...
If prescription drugs are so good, where are all the healthy drug takers?

Naturopathic medicine uses herbs and therapies that are safe and effective.
http://www.naturalnews.com/naturopathy.html
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Doctors kill 2,450% more Americans than all gun-related deaths combined
http://www.naturalnews.com/038889_doctors_gun...
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Naturopathic Philosophy

Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are primary care physicians clinically trained in natural therapeutics and whose philosophy is derived in part from a Hippocratic teaching more than 2000 years old: Vis mediatrix naturae - nature is the healer of all diseases. Their practice is based on the same basic bio-medical science foundation that allopathic practice is; however, their philosophies and approaches differ considerably from their conventional counterparts.

Naturopathic doctors diagnose disease and treat patients by using natural modalities such as physical manipulation, clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, counseling, acupuncture, and hydrotherapy, among others. They choose treatment based on the individual patient, not based on the generality of symptoms. This approach has proven successful in treating both chronic and acute conditions. http://www.scnm.edu/about/naturopathic-medici...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_of_Naturo...

TIME Magazine pushes death agenda: Remove feeding tubes from the dying elderly (and get a cash bonus!)
http://www.infowars.com/time-magazine-pushes-...
That’s the answer to health care in America, you see. It’s not about nutritional therapy, using trace minerals to prevent disease, avoiding GMOs and toxic chemicals. Nope, it’s about pulling the plug and killing your elders and then convincing yourself that you are compassionate for making sure they die sooner rather than later.
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Disgusting sicko CFR-run Newsweek magazine had its infamous article of September 21, 2009
‘The Case for Killing Granny’
https://www.google.com/#q=+the+case+for+killi...
NaturalNews dot Com

Rutland, VT

#18 Jan 21, 2014
Medical Researcher wrote:
There are no peer reviewed statistcally large studies proving the benefit of naturopathy appearing in any respectable journal. None. Webster's defines quackery as the promotion of unproven medical treatment......33 states will not license these people to practice as trained doctors. Just sayin'
-idiot
Of course the mainstream AMA & Big Pharma-sponsored journals ignore and play-down the benefits of Naturopaths (cuz they are their big competitor And their therapies DO help many people)
Chiropractors used to be demonized by AMA doctors and so they sued the damn AMA and won-
1990
Wilk v. American Medical Association, 895 F.2d 352 (7th Cir. 1990), was a federal antitrust suit brought against the American Medical Association (AMA) and 10 co-defendants by chiropractor Chester A. Wilk, DC, and four co-plaintiffs. It resulted in a ruling against the AMA.- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilk_v._American...

Naturopaths take an oath similar to the Hippocratic oath that MDs take
Except most MDs don't really take the "First Do No Harm" part seriously, as they and their Big Pharma pills cause many people to die younger than necessary Every day! The 'Slash & Burn' way (Chemo & Radiation) that mainstream doctors use for cancer seldom works, and the G-d FDA attacks and unjustly charges those who use alternative therapies that Do Cure cancers, and the most prescribed Big Pharma drug, Statins, are hurting people bigtime!
http://www.naturalnews.com/021397_statin_drug...
If prescription drugs are so good, where are all the healthy drug takers?

Naturopathic medicine uses herbs and therapies that are safe and effective.
http://www.naturalnews.com/naturopathy.html
/\
\/

Doctors kill 2,450% more Americans than all gun-related deaths combined
http://www.naturalnews.com/038889_doctors_gun...
///
\\
Naturopathic Philosophy

Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are primary care physicians clinically trained in natural therapeutics and whose philosophy is derived in part from a Hippocratic teaching more than 2000 years old: Vis mediatrix naturae - nature is the healer of all diseases. Their practice is based on the same basic bio-medical science foundation that allopathic practice is; however, their philosophies and approaches differ considerably from their conventional counterparts.

Naturopathic doctors diagnose disease and treat patients by using natural modalities such as physical manipulation, clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, counseling, acupuncture, and hydrotherapy, among others. They choose treatment based on the individual patient, not based on the generality of symptoms. This approach has proven successful in treating both chronic and acute conditions. http://www.scnm.edu/about/naturopathic-medici...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_of_Naturo...
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#19 Jan 22, 2014
I get it, insurance and medical care is too expensive...so these guys are selling making you feel good by not entering the medical system.

And screw vaccinating your children for anything...

Medical Luddites who make money over suffering...
Medical researcher

Keene, NH

#20 Jan 23, 2014
@ natural news: really? You use Wikipedia as a scienticfic reference? Omg. Are you in high school?

Naturopaths are in the same league as allopathy: a medical business to make money. Plus they lack three residential training years. I would trust an experienced hospital nurse for a diagnosis and advice before I'd trust a naturopath. I predict if there WERE large well designed double blind studies that the some of the outcomes would be that not only are naturopaths are poorly trained, they misdiagnose, delay proven treatment, and therefore are dangerous for many serious conditions. "Watch and wait" strategies give about the same statistics as you reference.

Clean water supplies, Habits of wellness and personal responsibility have the greatest impact on Heath. I'm sure you could Google that or find it on Wikipedia for your exacting scientific standards.

Mike mulligan was right ...... Making money for doing nothing.

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