Avery St. Onge

Avery St. Onge is the Associate Editor of Integrative Practitioner. She’s a recent graduate from The George Washington University where she studied journalism and mass communications. During her time at GWU, she focused her reporting on health and wellness. She wrote articles and produced podcasts and videos about topics such as technological advancements in medicine and flaws within college health centers. As a Type 1 diabetic, she is hyperaware of the benefits of a holistic, mind/body approach to medical treatments and is committed to sharing the latest news in integrative medicine.

December 14, 2022

In recent years the rate of diagnosed cases of type 1 diabetes has increased dramatically. So much so, that according to Laura Neville, ND, if an

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December 13, 2022

Using data from wearable devices, a recent study found that women with more daily steps had a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.

The study, published in

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December 12, 2022

A recent Swedish study found that the absorption levels of iron and zinc from many meat substitutes were significantly lower than real meat.


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December 9, 2022

In a recent scientific statement, the American Heart Association (AHA) outlined research on the safety and efficacy of alternative therapies for

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