Posts Tagged ‘Complementary’

Complementary & Alternative Medicine Tips for Colds and Flu, Packard Childrens Hospital

In this 2009 video, pediatric pulmonologist John Mark, MD, discusses the use of complementary and alternative (CAM) medicines for kids facing a cold or flu-like illness. An integrative medicine…
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News@1: Panayam kay Dr. Juvencio Ordoña, PHL Institute of Traditional & Alternative Health Care (PITAHC) – ukol sa ‘Alternative Medicine’ – [June 20, 2014] For more news, visit: ▻…

Mark Crislip: Supplements, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (SCAM) Myths

Mark Crislip covers the the popular myths of SCAMS: Popularity, Placebo effects, Scam definitions, cognitive bias and statistical errors that make SCAM seem useful. Tickets for QED 2015 are…
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I am at the BEST Vegan /Health/Spa Retreat and I LoVe Robert and his son Mark from Scotland I have met the BEST people ever. Thanks for subscribing and be op…
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After the Storm – Complementary and Alternative Medicine … World Skeptics Congress 2012 (Award Session): Edzard Ernst, the world’s first professor of complementary medicine, with…

Connecting Complementary & Alternative Medicine and Traditional Native American Healing Practices

Dr. White, Director of The Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM) and Dr. Henderson, CEO of Black Hills Center for American Indian H…

Integrative Medicine (Complementary and Alternative Medicine)

What is CAM, What can it treat that conventional medicine does not? Geoff D’Arcy Lic. Ac.,DOM. Betty Woo Lic. Ac. Integrative therapies, or complementary alt…
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Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Autism

Evidence-based paradigm to evaluate complementary and alternative medicine treatments for safety and efficacy, i.e. gluten- and casein-free diet, supplements…
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PBS Nighly Business Report about Complementary and Alternative Medicine

There is an increase in interest and funding for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. PBS interviews various leaders in the field including Dr. Brian Sheen.
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Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Profile

Please visit my blog for more info. A lot of people are talking about acai berry, goji berry, but the one we’ve chosen to study is something called mangosteen. The leading manufacturer is a company called XanGo, and we’ve worked with them to evaluate their product, which is a mangosteen juice. It includes not only the fruit but also the rind of the fruit. And it’s that rind that contains some unique anti-inflammatory agents called xanthones.

Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Ayurvedic Medicine

Nearly half the US populations turns to complementary, alternative and integrative practices to maintain or improve their health. UCSF’s Dr. Sudha Prathikanti explores Ayurvedic medicine, ancient wisdom for modern times. Ayurvedic medicine aims to integrate and balance the body, mind, and spirit. Series: “UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public” [12/2007] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 13107]
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Dr. Richard Harris talks about the benefits of alternative medicine vs. pharmaceuticals and drugs. Mr. Harris is a retired pharmacist and Doctor of Pharmacology.

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Diabetics should look after their feet ( Alternative Medicine )

It is confirmed that the health of diabetic patient’s feet is very important and any injury or bruise, the size of a spot may cause problems right down to the bone and cause gangrene, so diabetics should take care of their feet from shoes to socks and nails to heels. Experts stated at a press conference that for diabetics the most vulnerable organ is their feet. The feet are the organs which are most exposed so when the flow of blood slows at the feet they start to lose sensitivity. An expert claims that even a little bruise might leave the feet more vulnerable to future injuries so diabetics should protect their feet:

”Your feet should be washed every night with warm water, be dried thoroughly and moisturised. After sports and walking, the underside of the feet should be checked with a mirror to ensure there are no bruises. Socks musn’t be too big or too small, musn’t be scrunched up or torn. Shoes should be made from soft leather, with smooth inside and not pointed or tapered at the front. Toe nails should be cut short. Nails should be cut straight across, not rounded.” ( Alternative Medicine )

Experts warn that if diabetic people don’t take these warnings seriously and don’t follow these guidelines they may lose their feet or legs, “treatment is too difficult and lengthy. If injuries don’t heal properly, even a little bruise the size of a spot can reach the bone and become gangrene and can cause loss of toes or whole feet.”

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