Alternative and Complementary Therapies

Vol.
10
No.
1
February
2004

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Alternative and Complementary Therapies

February 2004.

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op-ed, the frontline rx-censorship through omission; herbalists respond to jama echinacea study; the linus pauling institute, continuing a pioneer's research in nutritional medicine; alzeimer's disease, biology and botanicals, pollution; natural ways to enhance male fertility, dosing guide for supplements, botanical medicines, maca, ginseng, pygeum; mental health,not all in the mind-really a matter of cellular biochemistry, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, dosing recommendations, add/adha, schizophrenia; functional medicine for long term healing, an interview with jeffery bland, institute for functional medicine; teh chromium controversy, chemistry, nutritional status and metabolism, therapeutic uses, suggestions and caveats; women's health update, red clover isoflavone extract no more effeective than placebo, exercise and rsik of breast carcinoma in situ, black cohosh-new report raises concerns, female condoms equally effective as male condoms in preventing sexually transmitted diseases, breast cancer and hormone replacement, the million women study.

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op-ed, the frontline rx-censorship through omission; herbalists respond to jama echinacea study; the linus pauling institute, continuing a pioneer's research in nutritional medicine; alzeimer's disease, biology and botanicals, pollution; natural ways to enhance male fertility, dosing guide for supplements, botanical medicines, maca, ginseng, pygeum; mental health,not all in the mind-really a matter of cellular biochemistry, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, dosing recommendations, add/adha, schizophrenia; functional medicine for long term healing, an interview with jeffery bland, institute for functional medicine; teh chromium controversy, chemistry, nutritional status and metabolism, therapeutic uses, suggestions and caveats; women's health update, red clover isoflavone extract no more effeective than placebo, exercise and rsik of breast carcinoma in situ, black cohosh-new report raises concerns, female condoms equally effective as male condoms in preventing sexually transmitted diseases, breast cancer and hormone replacement, the million women study.

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