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Treating Yourself Alternative medicine Journal
A tribute to the Treating Yourself Alternative Medicine Journal and Cher ford McCullough president of WONPR For informational purposes only.
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journal of alternative and complementary medicine |alternative medicine grants
journal of alternative and complementary medicine |alternative medicine grants 1.how to increase pennis size naturally enlarge your peni naturally for free part 3:https://youtu.be/eXNUUcdIh-c 2.how to increase pennis size naturally enlarge your peni naturally for free part 2:https://youtu.be/V8MHlZBhFzA 3.how to increase pennis size naturally enlarge your peni naturally for free part 1:https://youtu.be/eIynpQCWyvY 4.How Biochemical Penis Enlargement Works to Increase Penis Size| Exercise to Increase Penis Size:https://youtu.be/9AnU423HnCE 5.How to Increase Penis Size Using Herbs|male enhancement products:https://youtu.be/5eekDngGzOs You're probably familiar with some type of alternative medicine. Maybe your friend uses acupuncture to relieve migraines. Or, you know someone who relies on herbal medicines and massage to deal with chronic pain. Alternative medicine is any form of medicine used instead of the standard (conventional) medicine. It might include Traditional Chinese Medicine, homeopathy, or naturopathy, for example. Don't confuse alternative medicine with complementary medicine. Complementary medicine is any form of medicine used in addition to standard medicine. If you choose to try an alternative medicine, just be sure to do your research to find a qualified practitioner. 1 Try ayurveda. This ancient Indian alternative medicine relies on herbs and dietary practices. The goal of ayurveda is to balance the body and mind to prevent disease. Ayurveda practitioners believe there are three main body energies (vata, pitta, and kapha) that cause disease when they become unbalanced. To balance the energies and treat illness, ayurveda uses:[1] Stress relief like breathing exercises Vegetarian diet Meditation Yoga Body cleanses Herbal medicines 2 Consider Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TCM is another ancient alternative medicine that uses a variety of treatments to balance the life force or energy of the body. TCM practitioners believe illness is caused by major energy points becoming blocked. Specifically, disease is thought to be caused by your emotions, your environment, and your lifestyle (like your diet). To open energy points, restore balance, and treat illness, TCM uses:[2] Herbal medicines Acupuncture and acupressure Nutrition Moxibustion (burning herbs) Massage 3 Learn about homeopathy. This system of medicine is over 200 years old and its goal is to help the body heal itself. Homeopathy uses tiny doses of various substances like herbs, minerals, or animal products to help the body balance itself and cure disease.[3] For example, studies have shown that taking small doses of local bee pollen can reduce allergy symptoms.[4] Since the doses of substances are small, there are no side effects, making homeopathy a safe alternative medicine.[5] In addition to trying to treat physical symptoms, homeopathy also tries to balance a person's emotional state and constitution. SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS
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Alternative medicine courses questioned
The credibility of Australian universities is being undermined by alternative medicine courses that lack scientific basis, according to an article in the Medical Journal of Australia. Watch World News Australia 6.30pm nightly and 10.30pm Mon-Fri on SBS ONE.
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Alternative medicines questioned: extended interview
The credibility of Australian universities is being undermined by alternative medicine courses that lack scientific basis, according to an article in the Medical Journal of Australia. Rob Morrison from Flinders University says there are some aspects of Chinese medicine -and yoga and relaxation which have something to offer, but only as complementary to scientifically-proven procedures. Watch World News Australia 6.30pm nightly and 10.30pm Mon-Fri on SBS ONE.
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Homeopathy - Debunked
Please be sure to check out GMS' wonderful content! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG1uayRlzz3ahT8ISRdyw7Q/featured This, is homeopathy – Debunked. So let’s start by explaining exactly what homeopathy is. Put simply, it’s an alternative medicine (do you know what they call alternative medicine that works? Medicine), that asserts that “illnesses can be treated with minute doses of substances that in large doses would produce symptoms of the illness. Or as the creator of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann put it ‘like cures like'. For example, Aconitum is an extremely poisonous plant that causes (among other symptoms) nausea, headaches and diarrhoea, and so homeopathic advocates assert that because influenza causes the same symptoms, a homeopathic remedy for influenza can be made from Aconitum. So with that said, you might be wondering, “How exactly is homeopathic ‘medicine’ made?” Well, to create a homeopathic remedy for influenza, for example, a homeopathic ‘technician’ grinds Aconitum into a very coarse grain, mixes it with either water, alcohol or a combination of the two, and then thoroughly shakes the solution. From here, the ‘technician’ then mixes one part of this solution with ten parts water, alcohol or a combination of the two, and then puts it through a process called ‘succession’, which is a deliberately verbose way of saying ‘it’s shaken’. And finally, this process (which is called ‘potentization’) is repeated until the solution is as diluted as desired, which is normally 30 times, which, to put this into perspective, means that you’d need to drink 8,000 gallons of the final solution to ingest one molecule of the original solution – (which is more liquid than the average person drinks in twenty years!). Anyhow, there’s just a taste of the content within the video :) And here’s the links to the research that I reference within the video. 1. Lancet: the analysis of 110 homeopathy trials and 110 matched conventional-medicine trials (found homeopathy to be no more effective than placebo): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=16125589 2. European Journal of Cancer: meta-analysis of 6 studies (found homeopathy to be no more effective than placebo): http://www.ejcancer.com/article/S0959-8049(05)00996-2/fulltext 3: Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: a double-blind randomized controlled trial (found homeopathy to be no more effective than placebo). http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/acm.2006.12.723 4: National Health and Medical Research Council (Australian Government): meta-analysis of over 1,800 studies (found homeopathy to be no more effective than placebo): https://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/publications/attachments/cam02a_information_paper.pdf 5: NHS: public statement on homeopathy (there is no good-quality evidence that homeopathy is effective as a treatment for any health condition): http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Homeopathy/Pages/Introduction.aspx 6. Federal Trade Commission: (the FTC will hold efficacy and safety claims for over the counter homeopathic drugs to the same standard as other products making similar claims): https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2016/11/ftc-issues-enforcement-policy-statement-regarding-marketing 7. Scientific American: (Homeopathic Medicine Labels Now Must State Products Do Not Work): https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/homeopathic-medicine-labels-now-must-state-products-do-not-work/ -- To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/rationalityrules To support me through PayPal (thank you): https://www.paypal.me/RationalityRules To follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rationalityrules And, to tweet with me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RationalityRule -- As always, thank you kindly for the view, and I hope that this video helps you respond to homeopathic advocates who would have you believe that homeopathy is a ‘real science’. Stay rational my fellow apes.
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Skeptical Journal Club: How To Read A Medical Study
For best viewing experience, please download the following .pdf files of the studies discussed in Dr. Cmar's talk: http://files.ncas.org/2014-12-02/NCAS-mefloquine-HIV-plos-2014.pdf http://files.ncas.org/2014-12-02/NCAS-homeopathy-PMS-2014.pdf One of the most important aspects of being a healthy skeptic is knowing that just because a scientific study was done on a topic does not mean the study was done well, or that the conclusion the authors reach is supported by what they actually did. But when someone states that a particular study has major flaws or was well-done, what precisely does that mean? In this video, Dr. John Cmar analyzes two different journal articles in detail, focusing on the good, the bad, and the ugly of how studies are done and interpreted. John Cmar, MD, has been long enthralled with horrible infections that could spell doom for humankind, as well as sanity and skepticism in the practice of medicine. He is currently an Instructor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and the Assistant Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He is the lead physician in Sinai's Ryan White initiative, which provides medical care and social assistance to patients with HIV infection who are without medical insurance. In his role as Program Director for the Internal Medicine residency program at Sinai, he teaches an annual course series in Evidence-Based Medicine, among many other duties. He also does Infectious Diseases outreach in Baltimore television and print media, and is the guest-in-residence on the monthly Midday on Health show with Dan Rodricks on 88.1 WYPR radio in Baltimore. John is a science fiction and fantasy fan, avid gamer, and podcast enthusiast. He currently blogs and podcasts on skeptical, medical, and geeky topics as Saint Nickanuck of the Tundra at johncmar.com
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Ayurveda Over Western Medicines | Dr. B.M HEGDE | TEDxMITE
NOTE FROM TED: We've flagged this talk, which was filmed at a TEDx event, because it contains many assertions about Ayurveda that are not supported by the scientific community. Please do not look to this talk for medical advice. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers. The guidelines we give TEDx organizers are described in more detail here: http://storage.ted.com/tedx/manuals/tedx_content_guidelines.pdf Dr.BM Hegde speaks on the idea of how the ayurvedic medicines are far better for the human body than western medicines. He talks about important theories on how the human body actually functions with a given environment and how Ayurveda blends itself with the human body. Dr.Hegde speaks about the importance of meta medicines which would eventually decide the health factor of humans on earth. Dr.B.M Hegde is an Indian medical scientist, educationist, and author. He is the former Vice Chancellor of Manipal University, Co-Chairman of the TAG-VHS Diabetes Research Centre, Chennai and the chairman of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mangalore. He has authored several books on medical practice and ethics. He is also the Editor in Chief of the medical journal, Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes. He was awarded the Dr. B. C. Roy Award in 1999. In 2010, he was honored with the Padma Bhushan, one of India's highest civilian awards. His articles and ideas in medicine are appreciated internationally and his passion for educating people is everlasting. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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The Clinician's View of Holistic Medicine - B.M. Hegde
One of the insightful and eye-opening talks of B.M. Hegde on "The Clinician's View of Holistic Medicine". ==== Belle Monappa Hegde often abbreviated as B. M. Hegde is an Indian medical scientist, educationist and author. He is a retired Vice Chancellor of the Manipal University and the head of the Mangalore Chapter of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. He has authored several books on medical practice and ethics. He is also the Editor in Chief of the medical journal, Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes. He was awarded the Dr. B. C. Roy Award in 1999. In 2010 He was honoured with a Padma Bhushan, one of India's highest civilian awards. === The Wellness Concept - 1:21 The Mother of Most Wisdoms - 2:58 Reductionist Science has Failed - 3:45 Future is for Health Promotion - 6:41 Human Body Follows Non-Linear Holism - 10:05 Disease is not in the Body - 12:44 The Heart 15,000 Years Ago - 16:45 Ayurveda and Immune Boosters - 18:16 The Rhythms of the Human Body - 19:20 How Breathing Changes the Hearts Function - 21:20 What Happens When Doctors Go on Strike? = 24:19 Propective Study on Check-ups - 25:31 Maggots for Wound Healing - 28:12 Old Granny's Recipe Now Proven Scientifically - 28:50 Future of Medicare - 29:10
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Alternative Medicine  Shamanic Witch Doctor Cure Disease
While visiting Leh city, the capital of Ladakh (India), I was looking to learn about the local medical treatment so I was turned to a Shamanic Witch Doctor, who performs Shaman rituals and Noninvasive surgery operations in order to suck-out and cure disease of the patient body (you can actually watch this ritual during the video). Shamanism may be confused with magics, but Shamanism rely on natural forces.
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The Clinician's View of Holistic Medicine - B.M. Hegde
One of the insightful and eye-opening talks of B.M. Hegde on "The Clinician's View of Holistic Medicine". ==== Belle Monappa Hegde often abbreviated as B. M. Hegde is an Indian medical scientist, educationist and author. He is a retired Vice Chancellor of the Manipal University and the head of the Mangalore Chapter of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. He has authored several books on medical practice and ethics. He is also the Editor in Chief of the medical journal, Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes. He was awarded the Dr. B. C. Roy Award in 1999. In 2010 He was honoured with a Padma Bhushan, one of India's highest civilian awards. === The Wellness Concept - 1:21 The Mother of Most Wisdoms - 2:58 Reductionist Science has Failed - 3:45 Future is for Health Promotion - 6:41 Human Body Follows Non-Linear Holism - 10:05 Disease is not in the Body - 12:44 The Heart 15,000 Years Ago - 16:45 Ayurveda and Immune Boosters - 18:16 The Rhythms of the Human Body - 19:20 How Breathing Changes the Hearts Function - 21:20 What Happens When Doctors Go on Strike? = 24:19 Propective Study on Check-ups - 25:31 Maggots for Wound Healing - 28:12 Old Granny's Recipe Now Proven Scientifically - 28:50 Future of Medicare - 29:10
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 alternative medicines, (CAM) integrate with and complement conventional medicine.Integrative medicines are non-drug, non-toxic, effective approaches that should be considered for a range of health concerns. Our videos present information on many of these integrative therapies. about half the general population in developed countries use complementary and alternative medicine. Edzard Ernst, Professor of Complementary Medicine at the University of Exeter, wrote in the Medical Journal of Australia that ".. 62.1% of adults in the USA had used some form of CAM in the past 12 months, For more information: • D'Arcy Wellness Clinic and D'Arcy Naturals Supplements please visit http://www.darcynat.com • True Wellness corporate programs, please visit http://www.true-wellness.com
Views: 448 Geoff Darcy
English/Nat Scientists and physicians are doing something previously unheard of -- they're launching a scientific journal devoted exclusively to evaluating the claims of alternative medicine. It's called "The Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine," and it's the only peer-reviewed medical journal of its kind. While there are currently journals that advocate and promote treatments, this is the first to objectively provide information for the public about the potential benefits - and risks - of alternative medicine. Rebecca Lloyd has been practising acupuncture for about four years now...and even she is surprised by its results. The procedure has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years, and has recently become popular in the U-S and Europe. The technique involves penetrating certain anatomical locations on the skin - called acupuncture points - with a very thin needle. Rebecca claims it can help heal anything from depression to infertility. SOUNDBITE: (English) "What acupuncture does is it stimulates the body in its own natural healing response." SUPER CAPTION: Rebecca Lloyd, Acupuncturist Rebecca can't explain just how acupuncture works...but she says the results are in her patients. Laura has struggled with severe allergies her whole life. But after nine months of acupuncture, she says her allergies are gone. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I feel more confident, and more comfortable and more healthy, and I'm now feeling quite optimistic about the long-term effects of acupuncture." SUPER CAPTION: Laura, acupuncture patient But not everyone is so convinced. There are thousands of so-called alternative medicines, from procedures like acupuncture to over-the-counter pills. Most aren't scientifically proven to do anything, yet they profess to cure illnesses from the common cold to cancer. While there has been a great deal of publicity surrounding some of these treatments, until now there has never been a scientific journal to help the public sort them out. SOUNDBITE: (English) "There is a glaring lack of readily available scientific information about the treatments and methods of alternative medicine. This lack impairs people's free choice and increases the risk to people's health because they're making choices in a vacuum." SUPER CAPTION: Lewis Vaugn, Executive Editor, Alternative Medicine Journal These doctors and scientists are all contributors to the new Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine. They point out that while there are existing journals that deal with the topic most promote or advertise alternative treatments. And that can be dangerous to the public health. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We hope that this journal will offer more balance and that itself will be balanced." SUPER CAPTION: Wallace Sampson, MD/Contributing Editor The Review will publish original research, critique existing studies and review evidence for claims. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9872c9487715ffd1de9537b1394e16ff Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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mHealth Journal at UM's Miller School of Medicine Alternative Medicine EXPO
mHealthJournal goes to the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine to cover their first ever Alternative Medicine Expo
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Spain Declares War on Alternative Medicine
The Spanish government declared war on alternative medicine like acupuncture or homeopathy Wednesday, announcing it plans to eliminate from health centres what it considers a health risk. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/amphtml/spain-declares-war-alternative-medicine-165821849.html My second channel: InnerTruth55: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEjLrF0QFb9bNTTrMOPnUAA Follow me on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/ITruth55 My email contact: [email protected]
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Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Choosing the Right Treatment!
Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Choosing the Right Treatment! Visit us at http://complementaryandalternativemedicine.net/ Complementary and Alternative Medicine s (CAM, in short) is a subject of common discussion today. They say practices and merchandises used or meant to be useful for treating a patient which might be not part of the "normal care" are termed as complementary medicine or alternative medicine. Even in the USA where this discussion is quite definitely to the fore, the set of goods and practices which can be considered complementary and alternative medicine is constantly dealing with an alteration. Visit us at http://complementaryandalternativemedicine.net/ They say there's no alternative medicine and as believers in science and signs, we have to talk of medicine which is sufficiently examined and proven to be safe and successful and medicine which has not been sufficiently examined and proven to be successful and safe. Whether the restorative technique is eastern or western is unimportant; our focus needs to be around the individual and his disorder or ailment. Practices and goods which might be now CAM but are later shown to be successful and safe get embraced in the standard health care and aren't considered alternative and complementary medicine anymore. It's interesting to find that while the medical profession might not be joyful about "non standard" practices and merchandises - CAM - the patients appear to be turning to complementary and alternative medicine in growing amounts, as some surveys suggest. In 1998, a BBC phone survey in UK found about 20% grownups used alternative medicine in the prior 12 months. These amounts don't comprise use of prayers as alternative or complementary medicine as practiced by many individuals. Visit us at http://complementaryandalternativemedicine.net/ Related Searches: Complementary and Alternative Medicine complementary and alternative medicine pdf complementary and alternative medicine journal complementary and alternative medicine examples complementary and alternative medicine ppt complementary and alternative medicine articles evidence based complementary and alternative medicine complementary and alternative medicine definition list of complementary and alternative medicine Visit us at http://complementaryandalternativemedicine.net/ Watch Video Again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9Xaom1yygY Subscribe to us: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCScv4ZnOaeYi0yLzxboOVGA Watch Other Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQutIx4oL2k
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Toxins and Inflammation - Dr. Andrew Campbell (April 2017)
Toxins and Inflammation are the topics of the presentation given by Dr. Andrew Campbell at the Silicon Valley Health Institute on April 20, 2017. Andrew Campbell, MD was the Medical Director of the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders in Woodlands, Texas (2000- 2010) and the Medical Director of Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Center in Houston, Texas (1990-2000). Both of these clinics treated patients from all over the world. Dr. Campbell was selected out of 720,000 licensed physicians to win the Patient’s Choice Award 2009-2014. He also won the Most Compassionate Doctor Award (2011); International Health Profession of the year for the Outstanding Contribution to Clinical Toxicology”, Cambridge, England (2005). Dr. Campbell is the Editor-in-Chief of several journals including Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; The International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine; and Natural Solutions. He speaks French, Spanish, Hungarian fluently and has conversational ability in Arabic and German. Visit the Silicon Valley Health Institute (aka Smart Life Forum) at http://www.svhi.com Silicon Valley Health Institute Smart Life Forum Palo Alto
Amy Goodman on East Timor, U.S. Foreign Policy, Alternative Medicine & Health Care (1999)
In 1991, covering the East Timor independence movement, Goodman and fellow journalist Allan Nairn reported that they were badly beaten by Indonesian soldiers after witnessing a mass killing of Timorese demonstrators in what became known as the Santa Cruz Massacre. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_goodman Alternative medicine is any practice that is put forward as having the healing effects of medicine but is not based on evidence gathered using the scientific method.[1] It consists of a wide range of health care practices, products and therapies,[2] using alternative medical diagnoses and treatments which typically have not been included in the degree courses of established medical schools or used in conventional medicine. Examples of alternative medicine include homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, energy medicine and acupuncture. Complementary medicine is alternative medicine used together with conventional medical treatment in a belief, not proven by using scientific methods, that it "complements" the treatment.[n 1][1][4][5] CAM is the abbreviation for Complementary and alternative medicine.[6][7] Integrative medicine (or integrative health) is the combination of the practices and methods of alternative medicine with conventional medicine.[8] The term alternative medicine is used in information issued by public bodies in the Commonwealth of Australia[9] the United Kingdom[10] and the United States of America.[11] Regulation and licensing of alternative medicine and health care providers varies from country to country, and state to state. Among critics, a journalist was quoted in 2003 as having said "There is really no such thing as alternative medicine, just medicine that works and medicine that doesn't." [12] A study published in 1998 indicates that a majority of alternative medicine use was in conjunction with standard medical treatments.[151] Approximately 4.4 percent of those studied used alternative medicine as a replacement for conventional medicine. The research found that those having used alternative medicine tended to have higher education or report poorer health status. Dissatisfaction with conventional medicine was not a meaningful factor in the choice, but rather the majority of alternative medicine users appear to be doing so largely because "they find these healthcare alternatives to be more congruent with their own values, beliefs, and philosophical orientations toward health and life." In particular, subjects reported a holistic orientation to health, a transformational experience that changed their worldview, identification with a number of groups committed to environmentalism, feminism, psychology, and/or spirituality and personal growth, or that they were suffering from a variety of common and minor ailments -- notable ones being anxiety, back problems, and chronic pain. Authors have speculated on the socio-cultural and psychological reasons for the appeal of alternative medicines among that minority using them in lieu of conventional medicine. There are several socio-cultural reasons for the interest in these treatments centered on the low level of scientific literacy among the public at large and a concomitant increase in antiscientific attitudes and new age mysticism.[204] Related to this are vigorous marketing[207] of extravagant claims by the alternative medical community combined with inadequate media scrutiny and attacks on critics. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternative_medicine
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Complimentary and alternative therapies
There are a number of complementary and alternative therapies such as acupuncture, aromatherapy, bowen technique, herbal remedies, massage, traditional medicine, and yoga and meditation. If you have the time, and the resources to do so, it is a good idea to try at least one of these. As per usual, not all are suited to everyone and it may take a while to know which is best for you. These types of therapies are for those people who do not like conventional methods perhaps because they are not working for them, they prefer the more natural approach anyway, or most commonly because having a mixture of both conventional and complementary is more beneficial to them. http://www.seankyleoflondon.info/bundles-offers/
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Integrating Conventional and Alternative Medicine Safely - Ad Hoc with a Doc
Does complementary medicine negatively impact patient survival? An article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has stated that people with cancer who seek alternative medical care are less likely to follow through with conventional, standard of care treatments. Dr. Dan Rubin and Dr. Melissa Coats, both naturopathic oncologists at Naturopathic Specialists, LLC discuss what you need to look for in selecting a qualified naturopathic doctor to add to your cancer team. Find out what the doctors at Naturopathic Specialists say about the safe integration of conventional and naturopathic cancer care, and learn some of the common pitfalls to avoid in today's Ad Hoc with a Doc. Learn more about our approach to cancer care: https://www.listenandcare.com/what-is-naturopathic-oncology
What is Herbal Medicine?
http://drtomobrien.ie/medicinal-plants-natures-pharmacy-free-medicine/ What if a treatment for heart disease was discovered in our hedges?Or a treatment for cancer, in the food chain? Or a treatment for depression in our local park? This is the secret power of herbal medicine that the pharmaceutical industry does not want you to know! Definition: Medicinal plants are plants known for their medicinal benefits and used to treat and prevent disease. You are probably familiar with St John's Wort used to treat depression or Passion flower for the treatment of anxiety. National Geographic estimate that there are around 80,000 medicinal plants worldwide. Medicinal plants are 'prescriptions from Nature'.  We have a wealth of archeological evidence showing that medicinal plants have been used for thousands of years. China and India are renowned for their use of medicinal plants with traditions dating back thousands of years. Chemistry The fundamental physical nature of herbal medicine is chemical. Plant chemicals are called phy-to-chemicals. The active chemical of each herb are different. Chamomile contains Volatile oil which evaporate on contact with the air. This oil inhibits the spread of bacteria giving chamomile its anti-inflamatory action. St John's wort contains hypericin, which helps in the production of dopamine and serotonin, giving St Johns Wort it anti-depressant action.   The actual healing power of a medicinal plant results from the synergy of numerous chemicals interacting within the plant. Herbal medicine is scientific without being reductionist. Pharmaceutical companies believe by extracting these chemicals individually they harness the power of the medicinal plant, but this is not the case. The real power of the plant is in its synergy. Synergy means working together - the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Evidence base  Herbal medicine has wide evidence base both in clinical practice and in research. It is evidence based medicine!  There is a wealth of Academic Journals publishing research into the effectiveness of medicinal plants  Journal of Natural Medicine  European Journal of Medicinal Plants  Journal of Herbal Medicine International Journal of Medicinal Plants and Alternative Medicine Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine International journal of Green and Herbal Chemistry International Journal of Indigenous Medicinal Plants Journal of Herbal Pharmacotherapy  International Journal of Herbs and Pharmacological Research  Journal of Medicinal Plants Research  Academia Journal of Medicinal Plants  International Journal of Traditional and Herbal Medicine International Journal of Ayurvedic and Herbal Medicine  Economics of medicinal plants  Sales of herbal supplements in the US in 2012 were worth over $5 billion. Interest in Herbal Medicine is on the rise as the cost of health care rises and the side effects of pharmaceuticals out weight their benefits. Empowering medicine is a holistic channel on Youtube, dedicated to teaching you about herbs and herbal medicine. Like Hippocrates, I believe food is medicine and can heal and prevent all sorts of illnesses. As a master herbalist practicing herbal medicine in Dublin, I can help you find your way to better health, not with drugs, but with foods, medicine and a holistic approach that looks at the root causes of your health problem. If you subscribe to my channel, each week you will have access to the best and up to date information on herbal medicine and herbal remedies. I do videos on the health benefits of herbs and food as medicine + how to videos + healthy recipes + mental health videos + much more! Traditional medicine has so much to offer, in a world saturated by drugs and prescription medicines! Choose herbs and choose better longer lasting health! Check out my website at www.drtomobrien.ie for more information on herbal medicine.
Getting Better:  200 Years of Medicine
Getting Better is a short documentary that explores three remarkable stories of medical progress: Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Surgery. The film looks at the role of researchers and clinicians, of patients, their families and their advocates, and how information is translated into action. It is the story of research, clinical practice and patient care, and how we have continued to get better over the last 200 years. In 2012 the New England Journal of Medicine celebrates 200 years of publishing practice - changing medical advances. NEJM brings together a global community, from researchers to clinicians, to improve the health of people around the world. The 200th anniversary of NEJM honors all who contribute to this mission. http://nejm200.nejm.org
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Doctors Advocating for Cannabis Treatment
Originally Published on MedicalMarijuana411.com Here are some Doctors that have are helping end the war on medical cannabis, and advocating for it's use and scientific research. Dr. David Bearman, Dr. Robert Melamede, Dr. Donald Abrams, Dr. Michelle Sexton, and Dr. John Hicks give us some insight on the benefits of cannabis. Doctor David Bearman M.D. http://www.davidbearmanmd.com/ Dr. Bearman has worked at all levels of government, including being a Medical Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service, Director of Health Services at San Diego State University and Director and Medical Officer of the Sutter County Health Department. In 2001 after retiring as Deputy Director of the Santa Barbara Regional Health Authority (the oldest Medicaid-managed care plan in the country), Dr. Bearman began his private practice of pain management. He has also given expert-witness testimonies in over 350 court cases. Dr. Bearman has authored numerous articles and the book Demons, Discrimination and Dollars: A Brief History of American Drug Policy. He wrote the medicinal cannabis section in ABC-CLIOs online publication, Emerging Issues in the 21st Century World-System. He has been published in the Harvard Business Review and the Journal of Social Issues. The Journal of Medical Economics selected him as one of their "Handpicked Panel of 110 Top Medical Thinkers," and The Wall Street Journal named him Doctor of the Day in 2007. Doctor Robert Melamede PhD https://youtu.be/ldqOU1vpDyI?t=4m http://www.drbobmelamede.com/ Doctor Melamede has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the City University of New York. Dr. Melamede retired as Chairman of the Biology Department at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in 2005, where he continues to teach and research cannabinoids, cancer, and DNA repair. Dr. Melamede is recognized as a leading authority on the therapeutic uses of cannabis, and has authored or co-authored dozens of papers on a wide variety of scientific subjects. Dr. Melamede also serves on the Editorial Board of The Journal of the International Association for Cannabis as Medicine, the Scientific Advisory Board of Americans for Safe Access, Sensible Colorado, Scientific Advisor for Cannabis Therapeutics as well as a variety other of state dispensaries and marijuana patient advocacy groups. Doctor Donald I. Abrams https://youtu.be/ldqOU1vpDyI?t=7m24s https://www.ucsfhealth.org/donald.abrams Dr. Abrams is a cancer and integrative medicine specialist at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Mount Zion. Abrams provides integrative medicine consultations for cancer patients and has completed research in complementary and alternative therapies including mind-body treatments, botanical therapies, medical use of marijuana and traditional Chinese medicine herbal therapies. In addition to his role at the Osher center, he is chief of Hematology and Oncology at San Francisco General Hospital. Abrams, who has been in the forefront of HIV/AIDS research and treatment, stepped down from the HIV Clinic at San Francisco General Hospital in August 2006 to devote more time to integrative medicine and oncology. He is an executive committee member of the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and is co-chair of of the center's program in Symptom Management, Palliative Care and Survivorship. In 2004, he completed an associate fellowship in integrative medicine at the University of Arizona. Doctor Michelle Sexton, ND https://youtu.be/ldqOU1vpDyI?t=9m49s http://www.mosaichealthseattle.com/michelle_bio.html Dr. Sexton has been studying plant medicine for over thirty years, and has recently opened a laboratory in Seattle, called Phytalytics. Medical Marijuana 411 recently caught up to the Naturopathic Doctor and she shared with us many of the benefits plant medicine has and much that can be achieved through a plant-based regimen. Doctor John Hicks https://youtu.be/ldqOU1vpDyI?t=13m3s http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/john-hicks-obituary?pid=1000000179870831 Dr. John Hicks has practiced integrated holistic medicine for over 35 years. With an innovative approach to chronic disease, Dr. Hicks uses objective laboratory analysis to individualize medical and nutritional support, applying progressive and proven treatments to the wellbeing of each patient. A researcher and clinician, Dr. Hicks’s recent focus has centered on the human endocannabinoid system and how cannabidiol – better known as CBD – is related. Dr. Hicks talks with Teri about what CBD is; what the endocannabinoid system is; how CBD relates to the endocannabinoid system; how CBD is different from THC; hemp and CBD; and how CBD is non-psychoactive. Dr. Hicks suffered an unexpected heart and passed away on April 29th, 2016
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Journal of Holistic Health
The Journal of Holistic Health is an online journal hosted at: http://www.journalofholistichealth.com Strategic Plan The Journal of Holistic Health recognizes the scientific method as the only means to unanimity. It strives to enhance unanimity by inspiring scientific analyses of problems that matter, and publishing provocative scientific analyses of important issues, and inviting criticism, and soliciting articles. Overview Created in collaboration with MOMS: The Fund for Mothers with Young Children, Inc. was founded in Hartford Connecticut in September 2006 for the purpose of helping needy mothers with young children locally and worldwide. MOMS is an all-volunteer private foundation that files annually IRS Form 990PF. Contact Doug Dix, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Medical Technology, Department of Health Science, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT 06117 Office phone: 860 768-4261 Office FAX: 860 768-5706 Email: [email protected] Website created and hosted by: Full Media Services Content Creation: Doug Dix, Ph.D. For more website samples, please visit: http://www.fullmediaservices.com
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Health Talk, Alternative medicine: 01 September 2018
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How Safe is St. John's Wort?
A study published in the June 2014 issue of the Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine disclosed that in 28% of the cases when St. John's Wort was used there was the potential for harmful combinations when combined with pharmaceutical drugs. Apparently SJW induces accelerated detoxification of the same pathways in the liver as are used by birth control pills, Coumadin, many chemotherapies, and blood pressure medications. This would lower serum levels of these drugs and lead to potentially less pharmacological effect and lessened effectiveness for these drugs. This information is important and should be considered in clinical practice. In fact, we should be aware of the effects of all supplements and herbs when they are combined with drugs or for that matter, with other supplements and herbs as well. The place where this kind of thinking is most important is when combining different pharmaceutical drugs! We have almost no data on this, yet we continue to boldly mix and match different drugs routinely in conventional medical practice. There is a clear double standard that favors pharmaceutical usage.
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Spirit, Mind, Body: All Avenues for Healing - Dr. Larry Dossey
At the Whole Person Healing conference held in Bethesda, Maryland in 2003, Dr. Larry Dossey discusses the state of spirituality in medicine and some recent research. ============ Larry Dossey, MD, is a distinguished Texas physician, deeply rooted in the scientific world, and has become an internationally influential advocate of the role of the mind in health and the role of spirituality in healthcare. The author of twelve books and numerous articles, Dr. Dossey is the former Executive Editor of the peer-reviewed journal Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, the most widely subscribed-to journal in its field. He is currently Executive Editor of the peerreviewed journal Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. His colleagues in medical schools and hospitals all over the country trust him, honor his message, and continually invite him to share his insights with them. He has lectured all over the world, including major medical schools and hospitals in the United States. The impact of Dr. Dossey’s work has been remarkable. Before his book Healing Words was published in 1993, only three U.S. medical schools had courses devoted to exploring the role of religious practice and prayer in health; currently, nearly 80 medical schools have instituted such courses, many of which utilize Dr. Dossey’s works as textbooks. In his 1989 book Recovering the Soul, he introduced the concept of “nonlocal mind” — mind unconfined to the brain and body, mind spread infinitely throughout space and time. Since then, “nonlocal mind” has been adopted by many leading scientists as an emerging image of consciousness. In 2013, Larry Dossey received the prestigious Visionary Award by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium, that honors a pioneer whose visionary ideas have shaped integrative healthcare and the medical profession. ============ Topics included: Why Patients Use Alternative Medicine? Religious Practices, Prayer and Health Prayer in Modern Medicine Distant healing Eternity Medicine
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Health & Wellness - Week 2 - Journal 2
This is a video journal for Ashford University's Health & Wellness class for Complementary & Alternative Medicine Bachelor's Degree program.
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#AskMikeTheCaveman Presents Bill Nye - Alternative Scientist
Bill Nye thinks he can save the world, but is that actually true? Find out here! In this edition, we tackle Episode 2 of Bill Nye Saves The World, which is on the topic of alternative medicine. Despite his appeals to science, unfortunately, it doesn’t always support his claims. If you want to dig a little more into it yourself, take a look at some of this literature. Scientific Literature: Cash, B.D., Epstein, M.S. & Shah, S.M. (2016). A novel delivery system of peppermint oil is an effective therapy for irritable bowel syndrome symptoms. Digestive Diseases & Sciences. Vol. 61, 560-571. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4729798/pdf/10620_2015_Article_3858.pdf Di Pilato, V., Freschi, G., Ringressi, M.N., Pallecchi, L., Rossolini, G.M. & Bechi, P. (2016). The esophageal microbiota in health & disease. Annals of New York Academy of Science. Vol. 138(1):21-33. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27415419 Dukowicz, A.C., Lacy, B.E. & Levine, G.M. (2007). Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth: A comprehensive review. Gastroenterology & Hepatology. Vol. 3(2):112-122. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3099351/pdf/GH-03-112.pdf Imhann, F., Bonder, M. J., Vich Vila, A., Fu, J., Mujagic, Z., Vork, L., Tigchelaar, E.F., Jankipersadsing, S.A., Cenit, M.C., Harmsen, H.J., Dijkstra, G., Franke, L., Xavier, R.J., Jonkers, D., Wijmenga, C., Weersma, R.K. & Zhernakova, A. (2016). Proton pump inhibitors affect the gut microbiome. Gut. Vol. 65(5):740-748. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4853569/pdf/gutjnl-2015-310376.pdf Jackson, M.A., Goodrich, J.K., Maxan, M.E., Freedberg, D.E., Abrams, J.A., Poole, A.C., Sutter, J.L., Welter, D., Ley, R.E., Bell, J.T., Spector, T.D. & Steves, C.J. (2016). Proton pump inhibitors alter the composition of the gut microbiota. Gut. Vol. 65(5):749-756. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4853574/pdf/gutjnl-2015-310861.pdf Ke, F., Yadav, P.K. & Ju, L.Z. (2012). Herbal medicine in the treatment of ulcerative colitis. Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology : Official Journal of the Saudi Gastroenterology Association. Vol. 18(1):3-10. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3271691/ Kines, K. & Krupczak, T. (2016). Nutritional interventions for gastroesophageal reflux, irritable bowel syndrome & hypochlorydia: A case report. Integrative Medicine Journal. Vol. 15(4):49-53. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4991651/pdf/49-53.pdf Moschos, J.M., Kouklakis, G., Vradelis, S., Zezos, P., Pitiakoudis, M., Chatzopoulos, D., Zavos, C. & Kountouras, J. (2014). Patients with established gastro-esophageal reflux disease might benefit from Helicobacter pylori eradication. Annals of Gastroenterology : Quarterly Publication of the Hellenic Society of Gastroenterology. Vol. 27(4):352-356. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4188932/pdf/AnnGastroenterol-27-352.pdf Talukdar, P.K., Udompijitkul, P., Hossain, A. & Sarker, M.R. (2016). Inactivation strategies for Clostridium perfingens spores & vegetative cells. Applied & Environmental Microbiology. Vol. 83(1):e02731-e027316. – https://aem.asm.org/content/early/2016/10/17/AEM.02731-16.full.pdf Wang, Z.K., & Yang, Y.S. (2013). Upper gastrointestinal microbiota & digestive diseases. World Journal of Gastroenterology : WJG. Vol. 19(10):1541-1550. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3602471/pdf/WJG-19-1541.pdf Watts, C.R. & Rousseau, B. (2012). Slippery elm, its biochemistry & use as a complementary & alternative treatment for laryngeal irritation. Journal of Investigational Biochemistry. Vol. 1(1):17-23. - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265058434_Slippery_Elm_its_Biochemistry_and_use_as_a_Complementary_and_Alternative_Treatment_for_Laryngeal_Irritation Yang, L., Chaudhary, N., Baghdadi, J. & Pei, Z. (2014). Microbiome in reflux disorders & esophageal adenocarcinoma. Cancer Journal. Vol. 20(3):207-210. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4120752/pdf/nihms608634.pdf Yeh, A.M. & Golianu, B. (2014). Integrative treatment of reflux & functional dyspepsia in children. children. Vpl. 1(2):119-133. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4928719/pdf/children-01-00119.pdf Also, be sure to check us out at - Subscribe - http://www.mikethecaveman.com Like - http://www.facebook.com/paleoprimal.longisland Follow - http://www.instagram.com/mikethecaveman Like - http://www.twitter.com/mikethecaveman FAIR USE NOTICE This video may contain copyrighted material; the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available for the purposes of criticism, comment, review and news reporting which constitute the 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work for purposes such as criticism, comment, review and news reporting is not an infringement of copyright.
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Alternative Cancer Treatment May Double Risk of Death
Patients with certain cancers may greatly increase their risk of death within 5 years of diagnosis by choosing alternative treatment instead of traditional medicine, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
HEALTH MATTERS: Complementary and Alternative Medicine
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Yoga and mood disorders
Yoga and mood disorders book chapter: https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Motivation_and_emotion/Book/2018/Yoga_and_mood_disorders References American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing. Büssing, A., Michalsen, A., Khalsa, S. B. S., Telles, S., & Sherman, K. J. (2012). Effects of yoga on mental and physical health: a short summary of reviews. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012. Craft, L. L. (2005). Exercise and clinical depression: examining two psychological mechanisms. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 6, 151–171. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2003.11.003 Csikszentmihalyi, M., & LeFevre, J. (1989). Optimal experience in work and leisure. Journal of personality and social psychology, 56(5), 815. Da Silva, T. L., Ravindran, L. N., & Ravindran, A. V. (2009). Yoga in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders: A review. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 2, 6-16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajp.2008.12.002 Douglass, L. (2007). How did we get here? A history of yoga in America, 1800-1970. International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 17(1), 35-42. Klein, J., & Cook-Cottone, C. (2013). The effects of yoga on eating disorder symptoms and correlates: A review. International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 23, 41-50. http://www.iayt.org/?page=AboutIJYT Mason, H., Vandoni, M., Debarbieri, G., Codrons, E., Ugargol, V., & Bernardi, L. (2013). Cardiovascular and respiratory effect of yogic slow breathing in the yoga beginner: what is the best approach?. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2013. McCall, M. C. (2014). In search of yoga: Research trends in a western medical database. International Journal of Yoga, 7(1), 4. Peluso, M. A. M., & Andrade, L. H. S. G. D. (2005). Physical activity and mental health: the association between exercise and mood. Clinics, 60, 61-70. https://doi.org/10.1590/s1807-59322005000100012 Shapiro, D., Cook, I. A., Davydov, D. M., Ottaviani, C., Leuchter, A. F., & Abrams, M. (2007). Yoga as a complementary treatment of depression: effects of traits and moods on treatment outcome. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine, 4(4), 493-502. Sharma, V. K., Das, S., Mondal, S., Goswami, U., & Gandhi, A. (2006). Effect of Sahaj Yoga on neuro-cognitive functions in patients suffering from major depression. Indian journal of physiology and pharmacology, 50(4), 375. Streeter, C. C., Gerbarg, P. L., Saper, R. B., Ciraulo, D. A., & Brown, R. P. (2012). Effects of yoga on the autonomic nervous system, gamma-aminobutyric-acid, and allostasis in epilepsy, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Medical hypotheses, 78, 571-579. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2012.01.021 Streeter, C. C., Jensen, J. E., Perlmutter, R. M., Cabral, H. J., Tian, H., Terhune, D. B., ... & Renshaw, P. F. (2007). Yoga Asana sessions increase brain GABA levels: a pilot study. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 13, 419-426. https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2007.6338 Streeter, C. C., Whitfield, T. H., Owen, L., Rein, T., Karri, S. K., Yakhkind, A., Perlmutter, A., Prescott, A., Renshaw, P. F., Ciraulo, D. A. & Jensen, J. E. (2010). Effects of yoga versus walking on mood, anxiety, and brain GABA levels: a randomized controlled MRS study. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 16, 1145-1152. https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2010.0007 Teng, C. I. (2011). Who are likely to experience flow? Impact of temperament and character on flow. Personality and Individual Differences, 50(6), 863-868. Uebelacker, L., Dufour, S.C., Dinerman, J.G., Walsh, S. L., Hearing, C., Gillette, L.T., Deckersbach, T., Nierenberg, A.A., Weinstock, L., Sylvia, L. G. (2018) Examining the Feasibility and Acceptability of an Online Yoga Class for Mood Disorders: A Mood Network Study. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 24, 60–67.https://doi.org/10.1097/PRA.0000000000000286 Ullén, F., de Manzano, Ö., Almeida, R., Magnusson, P. K., Pedersen, N. L., Nakamura, J., ... & Madison, G. (2012). Proneness for psychological flow in everyday life: Associations with personality and intelligence. Personality and Individual Differences, 52(2), 167-172. Williams, J. M. G., Alatiq, Y., Crane, C., Barnhofer, T., Fennell, M. J., Duggan, D. S., ... & Goodwin, G. M. (2008). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) in bipolar disorder: Preliminary evaluation of immediate effects on between-episode functioning. Journal of affective disorders, 107, 275-279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2007.08.022 Woodyard, C. (2011). Exploring the therapeutic effects of yoga and its ability to increase quality of life. International Journal of Yoga, 4, 49. https://dx.doi.org/10.4103%2F0973-6131.85485
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What Is Complementary And Alternative Medicine?
Another term you may hear is integrative medicine. Complementary and integrative medicine medlineplus. The most commonly used definition articles and videos about complementary therapy alternative medicine, including details of regulation, effectiveness evidence. Complementary, alternative, & integrative medicine cameo. What are complementary and alternative methods? American cancer society. Alternative medicine sot is safe and effective sorsi. It has also been called scam or with the addition of 'so called' alternative medicine fringe are practices claimed to have healing effects but which disproven, unproven, impossible prove, 31 mar 2015 complementary and terms used describe many kinds practices, systems that not part mainstream 'complementary' 'alternative' sometimes refer non traditional methods diagnosing, preventing, treating cancer its detailed information on different forms therapy, including safety risks 1 nov 2016 if you've ever felt popping pills didn't solve your health problems, you might considered. Complementary and alternative medicine mayo clinic. Complementary means treatments that are used along with conventional medicine. This means combining cam and standard care to try overview the premier peer reviewed journal of scientific work for healthcare professionals, practitioners, scientists seeking evaluate integrate there are many definitions complementary alternative medicine (cam), these change over time. Complementary and alternative medicine live well nhs choices. Alternative means treatments used in place of conventional medicine 18 oct 2014 complementary and alternative has never been more popular. The use 10 apr 2015 complementary and alternative medicine includes practices such as massage, acupuncture, tai chi, drinking green tea. Complementary and alternative medicine (cam) is the term for medical products practices that are not part of standard care 11 sep 1999 complementary a broad domain healing resources encompasses all health systems, modalities, 14 may 2008 medicine, or cam, category includes variety treatment approaches fall outside 24 jan 2014 popular wellness therapies have typically been conventional western. Webmd tells you what it alternative therapy is used instead of proven treatment. Googleusercontent search. Types of complementary and alternative medicine. Read more an alternative therapy is generally used instead of conventional medical treatment. The difference between complementary and alternative therapies medicine wikipedia. Johns hopkins complementary and alternative medicine (cam) overview webmd. Complementary and alternative medicine get the facts on cam. Health care, but all involve bringing conventional and complementary approaches together in a coordinated way. Read about the safety of complementary and alternative therapies 23 sep 2016 medicine (cam) refers to array that extend beyond conventional western medical treatments cam is an abbreviation. Nearly 40 percent of adults report using comp
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Chow Qigong pt 1
Part 1 of The American Health Journal Presents, Discoveries in Alternative Medicine program on Dr. Effie Chow and Qigong. This segment asks the question, "What is Qigong?"
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What Is Naturopathic Medicine? -- Dr. Bill Benda, ND (AHJ AlternativeMeds)
What Is Naturopathic Medicine? What Is Naturopathic Medicine? Dr. Bill Benda, ND discusses with the American Health Journal video viewing community what naturopathic medicine is. He discusses that until the 1970's there was a great divide between traditional medicine practitioners and those who healed using alternative medicine, or natural hearing methods. Both methods of healing are effective, yet it wasn't until the 1990's where increased acceptance of natural healing as well as the rise and acceptance of the ND, or Naturopathic Doctor that both medical fields were bridged. The methods of healing conducted by Naturopathic Doctors is a cross between traditional medicine and natural healing methods. This allows for a less invasive healing process that can be more comfortable to the patient. http://www.americanhealthjournal.com/diabetes/is-weight-linked-to-diabetes-kris-iyer-md/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ahjalternativemeds Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AmericanHealthJournal Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ahjhealth RSS: http://www.americanhealthjournal.com/feed/rss The American Health Journal is a highly rated, award-winning health care television program that airs on PBS and other national network affiliates which reaches over 30 million households. The American Health Journal has received over 91 national and international awards that include over 15 Telly Awards, over 15 Communicator Awards, 7 Vision Awards, 6 Davey Awards, just to mention a few. TAGS: "natural healing" "natural" "healing" "naturopathy" "natural medicine" "medicine" "alternative medicine" "alternative healing" "alternative" "healing" "american health journal" "american" "health" "journal" "ahj" "ahj videos" "healthcare" "doctor videos" "health videos"
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Coaches Tips | Complementary and Alternative Medicine ...
This was going to be my first post a few years ago when I started #EvidenceBasedLifting however I thought it best to stick to fitness. Unfortunately, this topic now hits close to home and I absolutely hate seeing people conned out of their money when being sold false hope. To the studies.. Risberg et al., in 2003 observed 515 cancer patients over an 8 year period. "... adjusted for demographic, disease and treatment factors, the hazard ratio of death for any use of Alternative Medicine (AM) compared with no use was 1.30, suggesting that AM use may predict a shorter survival." The patients Performance Status (PS) or Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) is a universal tool to measure functionality of a patient - can the take care of them-self, can they work, etc. Risberg et al., found that even in patients with a good PS score, using alternative medicine predicted a earlier death. So yes, cancer patients die earlier when using alternative medicine. Yun et al., in 2013 looked at the quality of life of caner patients who used alternative medicine compared to patients who did not. We mentioned earlier that those who used alternative medicine died sooner and Yun et al., found the same conclusion. They also established that in their shorter life span they had a lower quality of life. "In a follow-up of 481 patients and 163.8 person-years, we identified 466 deceased cases... Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) users did not have better survival compared with nonusers... Clinically, CAM users reported significantly worse cognitive functioning... While CAM did not provide any definite survival benefit, CAM users reported clinically significant worse HRQOLs [survival and health-related quality of life]. So yes, you die sooner and have a lower quality of life. Also, while you're here - acupuncture is equally as effective as being poked with a toothpick... Vitamin C does not cure cancer. No self respecting person in a position to help would charge someone stricken with cancer $150 for IV Vitamin C. All you're selling is false hope and expensive pee. But don't just take my word for it. Here's a few lines from a 2014 systematic review regarding vitamin C and cancer. "Of 696 identified records, 61 full-text articles were screened and 34 were included. In total, 5 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) (n = 322), 12 phase I/II trials (n = 287), 6 observational studies (n = 7,599), and 11 case reports (n = 267) were identified." "Evidence for ascorbate’s antitumor effects was limited to case reports and observational and uncontrolled studies." "There is no high-quality evidence to suggest that ascorbate supplementation in cancer patients either enhances the antitumor effects of chemotherapy or reduces its toxicity." Remember, cancer patients who only use alternative medicine die sooner and have a lower quality of life (see my previous post). Carmel Jacobs et al., Is There a Role for Oral or Intravenous Ascorbate (Vitamin C) in Treating Patients With Cancer? A Systematic Review. The Oncologist. January 2015. Risburg T et al., Does use of alternative medicine predict survival from cancer? European Journal of Cancer. February 2003 Yun Y. H. et al., Effect of complementary and alternative medicine on the survival and health-related quality of life among terminally ill cancer patients: a prospective cohort study. Annals of Oncology: Official journal of the European Society of Medical Oncology. February 2013 Mai Xu et al, Acupuncture for Chronic Low Back Pain in Long-Term Follow-Up: A Meta-Analysis of 13 Randomized Controlled Trials. The American Journal of Chinese Medicine. 2013 http://www.cochrane.org/CD000980/ARI_vitamin-c-for-preventing-and-treating-the-common-cold
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Wireless World of Communications & Our Health - Beverly Rubik, PhD (2015)
The Wireless World of Communications and Our Health is a presentation by Beverly Rubik, PhD that took place on December 17, 2015 at Silicon Valley Health Institute in Palo Alto, CA. Beverly Rubik earned her Ph.D. in biophysics in 1979 at the University of California at Berkeley. She has had a life-long interest in frontier areas of science and medicine that go beyond the mainstream, and she is internationally renowned for her pioneering work. She was director of the Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University from 1988-95, where she explored the role of consciousness in the physical world; bioelectromagnetics; and alternative and complementary medicine. From 1992-97, she was one of 18 Congressionally-appointed members of the Program Advisory Board to the Office of Alternative Medicine (precursor to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine) at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), and chaired the NIH panels on bioelectromagnetic medicine and manual healing modalities. In 1996, Dr. Rubik founded the Institute for Frontier Science, a nonprofit institute for research and education funded initially by Laurance S. Rockefeller, Sr. and later supported by NIH, which is presently in Emeryville, California. Recently published original research includes studies on brainwaves and bliss; the human biofield and biofield therapies; and functional water in relation to health. Presently she is conducting research on human exposure to cell phone radiation; exploring the extremely low-level light emitted from organisms; and developing novel physical sensors together with Harry Jabs, M.S., for various field properties of the living state. Dr. Rubik has published over 90 papers and 2 books. She serves on the editorial boards of Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine; Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine; Integrative Medicine Insights; and the Journal of Vortex Science and Technology. She is also an adjunct professor for masters and doctoral students at California Institute of Integral Studies; Saybrook University; and Energy Medicine University. Beverly Rubik has won several awards for her scientific research and has been widely interviewed, including on the popular television program, “Good Morning America” (ABC-TV). She also serves as a consultant on maverick projects in the corporate world and to integrative health clients. What do cell phones, wireless internet, cordless phones, cell phone towers, “smart” meters, “smart” home appliances, and compact fluorescent lights have in common? They all emit radiofrequencies (RF) or create “dirty electricity.” Moreover, these devices are all around us and may be affecting our health in profound ways. With the proliferation of wireless technology and our increasing exposure to RF, people are experiencing greater stress and have headaches, fatigue, low energy, sleep disturbances, heart palpitations, and other symptoms often associated with chronic radiation sickness. A new syndrome–Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome–affects an estimated 25% of the population, with 3 to 6 % severely affected, according to the World Health Organization. Visit the Silicon Valley Health Institute (aka Smart Life Forum) at http://www.svhi.com Silicon Valley Health Institute Smart Life Forum Palo Alto
Do You Really Need That Pill? The Silent Epidemic! | Jennifer Jacobs
11-26-18 Answers for the Family Interview with Dr. Jennifer Jacobs Host: Allen Cardoza A silent epidemic in the U.S. is now imperiling our health and threatens to bankrupt our health care system: over-medication. One-fifth of all adults took three or more prescription drugs in the past month and 40 percent of people over age sixty-five take five or more daily. This book—the first of its kind—tackles the epidemic overuse of prescription drugs. The first half of this book describes the dangers of taking too many drugs, including drug-drug interactions, adverse side effects, medication errors, unnecessary medications, and side effects that mimic a new illness. The second part discusses the benefits and harm caused by many of the most popular drugs used to treat diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, osteoporosis acid reflux, depression and chronic pain. It tells which drugs are really needed and whether or not they cause side effects. Finally, readers will learn how to discuss their concerns about too many medications with their health care providers, simple ways to make positive lifestyle changes, and when to consider alternative healing approaches. Combining stories of those who have suffered ill effects from taking too many drugs with data from cutting edge medical findings, Do You Really Need That Pill? helps readers realize they can choose different solutions to their health problems. ABOUT JENNIFER JACOBS Jennifer Jacobs, MD, MPH is a family practice physician specializing in integrative medicine. She is also a clinical assistant professor in epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine. She received her MD degree from Wayne State University and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Washington. She has served on the advisory board of the NIH Office of Alternative Medicine, co-founded the special interest group of the American Public Health Association on Complementary and Alternative Health Practices, and has published numerous research studies in peer-reviewed medical journals, such as Pediatrics, the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, and the European Journal of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Jacobs has served on the editorial advisory boards of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine and Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine and as an advisory board member of the monthly magazine Natural Health. Dr. Jacobs divides her time between the Pacific Northwest and Tucson, Arizona.
FYL #99:  Kathy Gruver | The Alternative Medicine Cabinet
You may already know a few ways to avoid getting sick like washing your hands, get enough sleep and stay hydrated but did you know that there are others you may not have thought of. You are what you eat. We’ve all heard that expression countless times from parents, teachers, and friends who encourage you to eat healthily. The food you eat gives your body the "information" and materials you need to function properly. Just like any computer, if you don't get the right information into your body, your metabolic processing suffers and your health declines. You should be mindful of what you feed your body. In today's episode we’re here with Dr. Kathy Gruver who is going to open up her Alternative Medicine Cabinet to share with us her best tips and advice for boosting your immune system through alternative medicine. She strongly believes that the secret to the endless benefits of alternative medicine lies in the fact that it uses nature as the healer. She'll help you better understand how alternative medicines can be a long term health benefits and overall wellness. Let's dig deep into this episode with her as she shares more about: * The secret of alternative medicine and why it shouldn’t really be an alternative * How what we eat affects our health and impacts the way we live * Suggestions on the types of foods that can keep you health, not what’s in the food pyramid * Foods you think are healthy, but actually aren't About Kathy: Kathy Gruver, PhD is a motivational health speaker, an award-winning author and hosts the national TV show based on her first book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet (winner Beverly Hills Book Awards). She has earned her PhD in Natural Health and has authored five books including, Body/Mind Therapies for the Bodyworker, Conquer Your Stress with Mind/Body Techniques (Winner Indie Excellence Awards, Beverly Hills Book Awards, Global E-book Awards, Irwin Awards, Finalist for the USA Best Books Award), Journey of Healing (Winner USA Best Book Awards, Beverly Hills Book Awards, Pinnacle Awards, Indie Excellence Awards and the non-fiction category of the London Book Festival) and she co-wrote Market my Practice. She has studied mind/body medicine at the famed Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard Medical School and has been featured as an expert in numerous publications including Glamour, Fitness, Time, More, Women, Wall Street Journal, CNN, WebMD, Prevention, Huffington Post, Yahoo.com, Ladies Home Journal, Dr. Oz’s The Good Life, First, and Women. Dr. Gruver has appeared as a guest expert on over 250 radio and TV shows including NPR, SkyNews London, Every Way Woman, Morning Blend in Las Vegas, CBS Radio, and Lifetime Television, and has done over 150 educational lectures around the world for everyone from nurses in the Middle East to 911 dispatchers in New Orleans, corporations around the US and teachers in her own backyard. She just completed work on a project for the military to create and institute a stress reduction program. For fun and stress relief Dr. Gruver does flying trapeze and hip hop dance. Link to her official website: http://www.kathygruver.com/ http://www.thealternativemedicinecabinet.com/ https://www.facebook.com/DrKathyGruver4health/ HELP US SPREAD THE MESSAGE! If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us to share these amazing messages out to the world, so they don’t become the Best Kept Secret. Review the show in iTunes! We rely on it! Go Out There Go Live with Love & Go Smash It! Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music www.richardphu.com
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ssignment 2: Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Article for refer
ssignment 2: Complementary and Alternative Medicine Article for reference: Chong, O. (2006). An integrative approach to addressing clinical issues in complementary and alternative medicine in an Outpatient Oncology Center. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 10(1), 83\u00e2\u0080\u009389. Critique the Chong article and prepare an APA style\u00e2\u0080\u0093referenced four to five-page response to the following questions: Summarize in your own words the National Institutes of Health (NIH) definition of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). Provide reasons for nondisclosure of CAM use among patients. What are the reasons for using CAM among patients? Justify your answer using examples and reasoning. What is the role of the clinical nurse practitioner? Review at least one additional scholarly research article that supports or refutes the claims made in the Chong article. Compare and contrast the results discussed in each article. Due by Tuesday, October 14, 2014. Cite your sources using the correct APA format on a separate page. Grading Criteria Critiqued the Chong article. Summarized the NIH definition of CAM. Analyzed and provided reasons for nondisclosure of CAM use among patients. Analyzed the reasons for using CAM among patients. Discussed the role of the clinical nurse practitioner. Used correct spelling, grammar, and professional vocabulary. Justified ideas and responses by using appropriate examples and references from texts, Web sites, other references, and cited the sources in the correct APA format.
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Cordyceps Benefits -3 Large Benefits and 1 Big Drawback?
Click on the link below for a free video guide to dietary supplements and alternative medicine. http://utahtexans.com/ In today's video I'm going to share some of the leading cordyceps benefits as well as a large drawback with this alternative medicine. One of the scariest things that we face is the health problem that starts with C, you know what I'm talking about? Yea, cancer because it can hit us without warning causing tons of damage. One benefit is that it can help fight cancer. In a study published in Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology in 2007, cordyceps caused human oral cancer cells to self-destruct. A while back ago I read a book called “Anti-Cancer” all I remember from the book was drink green tea and eat lots of cooked mushrooms. One of the important things to remember about mushrooms is that you want to cook them before eating them. This destroys any harmful things that you may not see, and helps you digest them it breaks down the cell wall. Real quickly there is a theory that cancer can't survive in the body as long as everything is running correctly, so if you ever get diagnosed with it maybe run tests and see what is off and then correct that. Next up, A 2010 study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine demonstrated that supplementation with cordyceps improved exercise performance and contributed to overall markers of wellness in older adults. You know another great reason why energy is good. Yea for sex, especially for guys since we do a lot of work. A Japanese clinical study has also found that Cordyceps helps 64% of the men who took it with their erectile dysfunction. Plus it boosts testosterone, which guys need more of as we age. For girls too it can help with libido. Another double blind study by the Institute of Materia Medica in Beijing, China showed a woman improvement of libido and desire at 86%. Honey for dinner we have cordyceps for dinner It can also help lower cholesterol. Clinical studies published in Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (involving 273 patients (in 9 hospitals) with high cholesterol level) show that Cordyceps sinensis helps to lower total cholesterol by 10–21% and triglycerides by 9–26%. At the same time, it helps to increase HDL cholesterol (‘good’ cholesterol) by 27–30%. The big negative with this mushroom is the cost. Mushroom hunters in Nepal can earn $900 for an ounce of this mushrooms. It really is one of the most expensive mushrooms known to man, it's hard to grow. The good news is that you can find it in a supplement form. Before you shop for supplements it's good to know what to look for. To make things really easy for you I've created a huge video guide on what to look for, what to avoid, I compare products, share my own ideas on some great supplements as well as what to take naturally for various health problems that we face. Anytime you do something naturally then that is much better than the prescription drugs and the surgical options that we are faced with.
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A podcast by Dr. Duygu Kocyigit: Traditional and alternative therapies for refractory angina
Web: http://benthamscience.com/journals/current-pharmaceutical-design/article/147635/ Article: Traditional and alternative therapies for refractory angina Journal: Current Pharmaceutical Design Abstract: Refractory angina (RFA) is an unfavourable condition that is characterized with persistent angina due to reversible myocardial ischaemia in patients with coronary artery disease that remains uncontrollable despite an optimal combination of pharmacological agents and revascularization. Despite significant advances in revascularization techniques and agents used in pharmacological therapy, there is a significant population suffering from RFA and the global prevalence is even increasing. Anti- anginal treatment and secondary risk-factor modification are the traditional approaches for this group of patients. Furthermore, now there is a large number of alternative treatment options. In order to review traditional and alternative treatment strategies in patients with RFA, we searched Pubmed for articles in English using the search terms “pharmacological therapy, refractory angina”, “alternative therapy, refractory angina” between inception to June 2016. We also searched separately for each alternative treatment modality on Pubmed. To identify further articles, we handsearched related citations in review articles and commentaries. We also searched the guidelines from the European Society of Cardiology (2013), and the Canadian Society of Cardiology/ Canadian Pain Society (2012). Data show that besides traditional pharmacological agents, such as nitrates, beta- blockers or calcium channel blockers, novel anti- ischemic drugs and if symptoms persist, several non- invasive and/ or invasive alternative strategies may be considered. Impact of both pharmacological agents, such as rho- kinase inhibitors, and novel alternative treatment modalities, such as coronary sinus reducers, stem cell therapy, gene and protein therapy, on outcomes are still under investigation.
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Andrew W. Campbell, M.D. on Molds & Mycotoxins
Andrew W. Campbell, M.D. was interviewed by Edwin N. Lee, M.D., FACE, at the at the April 2018 24th Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine Conference in Orlando, Florida. Andrew W. Campbell, M.D. Editor-in-Chief, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine Medical Journal & Advances in Mind-Body Medicine Journal Editorial Board, Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal Medical Editor, Natural Solutions and Alternative Medicine Magazines Dr. Andrew W. Campbell presented a lecture on Molds and Mycotoxins: How they affect our brain, and how to treat patients affected by them Lecture Description: This evidence based lecture reviews the effects of molds and mycotoxins; a historical medical perspective is explained. How molds grow, an explanation of mycotoxins that affect human health is given and their toxicities presented. The diseases and disorders caused by molds and mycotoxins are described. An explanation of published studies is reviewed. What are the best tests to order to help in diagnosing whether a patient has been affected by molds and mycotoxins, followed by a section on treatment, including natural supplements and probiotics as it affects the gut, where 80% of the immune system resides. THE AGE MANAGEMENT MEDICINE DIFFERENCE A profound, meaningful, proven medical approach that’s setting the standard for 21st-century healthcare in all medical disciplines. It’s a progressive, preventative, proactive specialty focused on health, not disease. Age management medicine delivers measurable, life-changing patient outcomes—optimizing health and delaying or removing degenerative aging—using precision medicine, breakthrough technologies, evidence-based/customized modalities, and solid science. ABOUT AGE MANAGEMENT MEDICINE Age Management Medicine delivers measurable, life-changing patient outcomes—optimizing health and delaying or removing degenerative aging—using precision medicine, breakthrough technologies, evidence-based/customized modalities, and solid science. AMMG offers CME-Accredited Conferences. Physician Education. Age Management Medicine Certification. Learn more at https://www.agemed.org
How Can Naturopathic Doctors Help To Treat Cancer? -- Dr. Tim Birdsall, ND (AHJ AlternativeMeds)
How Can Naturopathic Doctors Help To Treat Cancer? How can Naturopathic Doctors help to treat cancer? Dr. Tim Birdsall, ND FABNO discusses with the American Health Journal medical video viewing community how Naturopathic Doctors can help to treat cancer. Doctor Birdsall, ND shares that cancer treatment drugs often give patients side effects that are unpleasant to deal with. These side effects are fairly specific. Certain drugs cause certain side effects. Naturopathic doctors can use scientific studies and scientific rationale to advise patients on naturopathic methods to counter the ill effects that they are experiencing from taking cancer treatment drugs. Naturopathic Doctors can bridge the gap between traditional medicine practices and natural healing methods and provide a comfortable healing process for patients seeking alternative medicine options. http://www.americanhealthjournal.com/cancer/how-can-naturopathic-doctors-help-to-treat-cancer-tim-birdsall-nd-fabno/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ahjalternativemeds Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AmericanHealthJournal Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ahjhealth RSS: http://www.americanhealthjournal.com/feed/rss The American Health Journal is a highly rated, award-winning health care television program that airs on PBS and other national network affiliates which reaches over 30 million households. The American Health Journal has received over 91 national and international awards that include over 15 Telly Awards, over 15 Communicator Awards, 7 Vision Awards, 6 Davey Awards, just to mention a few. TAGS: "naturopathic doctors" "cancer treatment" "cancer side effects" "natural cancer treatment" "naturopathic healing" "natural healing" "natural" "healing" "natural cancer" "cancer" "alternative medicine" "alt medicine" "medicine" "alternative" ""american health journal" "american" "health" "journal" "ahj" "ahj videos" "healthcare" "doctor videos" "health videos
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Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis
I give you alternative options to MS medications. Follow me on Instagram: @mrhealthjunkie Low Dose Naltrexone(LDN) -http://www.lowdosenaltrexone.org/ Terry Wahls Ted Talk- https://youtu.be/KLjgBLwH3Wc Music: Little Brother-Good Clothes- https://youtu.be/h3hOEaC0K1k
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Yoga for Anxiety - The Science Sutras Journal Club
To receive the journal club highlights, sign up here: http://eepurl.com/c6j3cX For this live journal club, we discuss the latest research on Yoga for Anxiety as published in: Sharma, M., & Haider, T. (2013). Yoga as an alternative and complementary therapy for patients suffering from anxiety: a systematic review. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 18(1), 15-22.
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Advanced Medical Sciences: An International Journal (AMS)
Advanced Medical Sciences: An International Journal (AMS) ISSN : 2394 - 5966 http://airccse.com/ams/index.html Call for papers Advanced Medical Sciences: An International Journal (AMS) is a quarterly open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of the Medical Sciences. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on understanding advances in Medical Sciences and establishing new collaborations in these areas. Authors are solicited to contribute to the journal by submitting articles that illustrate research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in the areas of Medical Sciences. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following : • Cardiovascular medicine and haematology • Clinical sciences • Complimentary and alternative medicine • Dentistry • Human movement and sports science • Immunology • Medical biochemistry and metabolomics • Medical microbiology • Medical physiology • Neurosciences • Nursing • Nutrition and dietetics • Oncology and carcinogensis • Optometry and opthamology • Paediatrics and reproductive medicine • Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences • Public health and health services Paper Submission Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through Paper Submission Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal. Important Dates • Submission Deadline : April 15, 2018 • Notification : May 15, 2018 • Final Manuscript Due : May 22, 2018 • Publication Date : Determined by the Editor-in-Chief Contact us: [email protected] or [email protected] For other details please visit http://airccse.com/ams/index.html
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