Species Impartiality

Species impartiality has recently gained currency in bioethics as a principle encouraging deeper appreciation for other planetary creatures, and thus has parallels with ethical principles in integrative medicine, including echoes of (medical) pluralism.

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Ethics, Adjustments, and Cathartic Release

In yoga teaching, touch can be necessary, or ill-advised. The treatment of a student's emotional release can be equally sensitive. Thankfully, the health care profession provides some adaptable standards for teachers.

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CODEX Update

The Natural Solutions Foundation has been invited to appear before a Codex Office Public Hearing on CODEX ALIMENTARIUS set for June 9, 2005 at the USDA in Washington.

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Downfall

For years, I was unable to hear German spoken in public, without an inner wince.

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Positive Mental Attitude to be Studied

According to psychologist Margaret Chesney, deputy director of the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, the effect of positive attitudes on health deserves further study.

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