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02
Nov

There are many reasons a mesothelioma patient may decide to pursue alternative treatment. Some patients wish to avoid traditional treatment and use alternative therapies as their sole form of symptom management; while other patients may use them as a supplement to a traditional treatment regimen. Regardless of their motivation, patients have a number of alternative medicine […]

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18
Sep

A new study of acupuncture — the most rigorous and detailed analysis of the treatment to date — found that it can ease migraines and arthritis and other forms of chronic pain. Though acupuncture has been studied for decades, the body of medical research on it has been mixed and mired to some extent by […]

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17
Jul

For those diagnosed with hypertension (high blood pressure), weight, amount of salt in one’s diet, exercise, and other physiological and genetic factors have usually been the foci for treatment strategies. Yet there is increasing evidence that the level of control one has in their work flow may be a key factor in hypertension. A study in […]

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08
Jul

It is undoubtedly confusing trying to keep up with all of the different dietary recommendations and constant changes to those recommendations that we are consistently being bombarded with. One day coffee is good; the next, it is toxic. Same with wine, sugar, chocolate. One reason for so much conflicting information may be that each piece […]

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27
Apr

A study in the Annals of Internal Medicine out April 17 provides evidence steroid injections for back pain are no more effective than a placebo. Because the long-term benefits of surgery remain unproven and pain medicines often have serious side effects, doctors have increasingly turned to steroid injections to treat lumbosacral radiculopathy, a common cause […]

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17
Mar

Written by Chris Titus Re-posted with permission from ChrisMartenson.com In recent years, Oriental medicine has been growing in popularity, forcing many in the Western medical community to sit up and take notice. Fifteen years ago, if you asked your primary care physician about acupuncture, he or she might have laughed you out of their office. […]

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31
Jan

There are a bunch of applications for acupuncture in women’s health, including during pregnancy for nausea, labor and delivery, and even turning a breach.  In this brief video from CNN, a woman in Texas gets acupuncture from her OB/GYN for nausea during pregnancy.  Check it out here

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17
Jan

One-third of all American adults are taking care of their ill or disabled relatives and that number is expected to grow. Seventy percent of caregivers are women. These are simply statistics, but what we don’t see or hear much about is support for the caregivers themselves. ABC News recently had a short, but poignant, piece […]

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13
Dec

Dr. Mike Evans, associate professor of family medicine and public health at the University of Toronto, has one possible response. Check out this fun video (under 10 minutes in length) where Evans speaks of one intervention that’s been shown to dramatically reduce the risks for anxiety, depression, fatigue, knee arthritis, hip fracture, diabetes, dementia and […]

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