About 5 million U.S. adults and 1 million U.S. children use homeopathy every year, and the remedies are known to be “generally safe and unlikely to cause severe adverse reactions,” according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.
Cranberries aren’t just used for salads and baked goods.
Healthy Living, 03/16/2013
Good news, acupuncture fans: It really does help relieve stress. And now, a new study is giving a closer look at why.
anh-usa, January 26, 2016
A PBS Frontline documentary argues that supplements are useless—relying on “expert testimony” from paid Pharma representatives.
Huffington Post, 03/16/2013
Good news, acupuncture fans: It really does help relieve stress.
After eight weeks of yoga classes improved the symptoms of patients with one of two common forms of the disease -- in addition to lifting their mood -- a new study concluded that the practice is safe and effective for those living with arthritis.
Dr. Lisa Young, 10/22/2015
With a new season comes changes and often a time for new beginnings
Although many of these myths are starting to be cleared up by those on the forefront of the natural health movement, one that has lagged behind is the truth about cholesterol and its role and effects on the human body.
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