Dr. Wei-Wei Han

Dr. Wei-Wei Han

Peterborough, Ontario

Culminating with Graduate work at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Han has practiced since 2002. Read more on our Practitioners page.

12 posts

Cold and flu prevention

Cold and Flu prevention

Common sense works: wash hands well, get good air ventilation, dress for the weather, strength your resistance by getting adequate rest, maintain a healthy diet, moderate exercise and minimize stress levels.

Vitamin D3 or Sunshine. Who should take it and how much should one take it? The answers will be loud

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Gentle spring detox

Gentle Spring Detox

Spring is the perfect time for detoxifying  your body.   There are many simple things you can do to safely reduce the your toxin load.   For more aggressive detox, your can use a herbal or homeopathic products,  fasting can also be very therapeutic.  Consult a health practitioner before trying them.

The following suggestions

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Wilson's Temperature Syndrome

Do you suffer from:

Fatigue
Easy weight gain
Poor memory & concentration, brain fog
Depression
Irritability
Fluid retention
Muscle aches
Hair loss
PMS
Cold and or heat intolerance
Anxiety and panic attack
Headaches and migraines
Insomnia
Constipation
Acne
Unhealthy nails
Dry skin and hair
Allergies
Thyroid nodules, thyroid cancer, hyperthryoidism, hypothryroidism, hashmoto’s disease

More

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The Bird Flu

What is it?

  • A specific type of influenza flu virus that primarily affects birds but recently has been reported to affect humans, pigs and cats.
  • The Avian flu virus rarely affects humans, but often causes serious disease or fatality when it does.
  • The virus that causes the Avian flu is a sub-type of the influenza

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West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
A Naturopathic Perspective

Q:What is West Nile Virus
A: West Nile Virus is a mosquito-borne virus that results in no symptoms in 70 – 80 % of the population, in 20% of the population it results in flu-like symptoms and in less than 1% of the population it results in

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