Alternative and Complementary Therapies

Vol.
7
No.
3
June
2001

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Alternative and Complementary Therapies

June 2001.

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managed care update; natural approaches to the prevention and management of diabetes mellitus, select botanicals, key nutients for controlling glucose metabolism; botanical treatments for depression, herbal corrections for mood imbalances, a basic formula, interactions amomg botanicals and pharmeceuticals; evening primrose oil in natural medicine; healing patients and physicians, an interview with rachel naomi remen, pioneer in mind body spirit medicine; the center for mind body medicine, patients anf healers in partnership; chlorella and spirulina, green supplements for balancing the body. nutrients and nutritional content; complexities of garlic, forms and functions; new st. john's wort study raises more questions than answers; creating the new medicine, harmonizing diverse viewpoints, levels of integration, theapeutic order; the state of the healing arts, current directions in alternative and complementary medicine research; nyu's holistic nursing program, expanding the conventional boundaries of nursing.

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June 2001.

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managed care update; natural approaches to the prevention and management of diabetes mellitus, select botanicals, key nutients for controlling glucose metabolism; botanical treatments for depression, herbal corrections for mood imbalances, a basic formula, interactions amomg botanicals and pharmeceuticals; evening primrose oil in natural medicine; healing patients and physicians, an interview with rachel naomi remen, pioneer in mind body spirit medicine; the center for mind body medicine, patients anf healers in partnership; chlorella and spirulina, green supplements for balancing the body. nutrients and nutritional content; complexities of garlic, forms and functions; new st. john's wort study raises more questions than answers; creating the new medicine, harmonizing diverse viewpoints, levels of integration, theapeutic order; the state of the healing arts, current directions in alternative and complementary medicine research; nyu's holistic nursing program, expanding the conventional boundaries of nursing.

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