Alternative and Complementary Therapies

Vol.
7
No.
1
February
2001

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Alternative and Complementary Therapies

February 2001.

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news you can use, electroacupuncture relieves chemotherapy associated nausea, acupuncture assists treatment of severe morning sickness; update on seasonal affective disorder, light therapy and herbs relieve many symptoms; elimination diets, treating food sensitivities in chronic conditions, typical phases of diagnostics/treatment; preventing and treating cervical dysplasia, a natural medicine perspective, sample treatment plans, cervical escharotic treatment; questioning conventional oncology, an interview with cancer activist ralph moss; helping patients to age well, applying the free radical hypothesis, prevention strategies for overcoming common health problems in aging patients, some key nutrients for antooxidant support during aging; herbs and breast cancer, research review of seaweed, rosemary, and ginseng; bee venom therapy for treating multiple sclerosis, a clinical trial, the ross survey; tocotrienol analogues of vitamin e, high powered antioxidants, choosing integrative care, managing forces that affect practioners, consumers and alternative therapies.

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news you can use, electroacupuncture relieves chemotherapy associated nausea, acupuncture assists treatment of severe morning sickness; update on seasonal affective disorder, light therapy and herbs relieve many symptoms; elimination diets, treating food sensitivities in chronic conditions, typical phases of diagnostics/treatment; preventing and treating cervical dysplasia, a natural medicine perspective, sample treatment plans, cervical escharotic treatment; questioning conventional oncology, an interview with cancer activist ralph moss; helping patients to age well, applying the free radical hypothesis, prevention strategies for overcoming common health problems in aging patients, some key nutrients for antooxidant support during aging; herbs and breast cancer, research review of seaweed, rosemary, and ginseng; bee venom therapy for treating multiple sclerosis, a clinical trial, the ross survey; tocotrienol analogues of vitamin e, high powered antioxidants, choosing integrative care, managing forces that affect practioners, consumers and alternative therapies.

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