Ride Weightless at Transvision

TransVision 2007 Attendees can choose to experience ZERO-G Weightless Flight.

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Study cautions use of herbal remedies for depression and anxiety

A UK study cautions those using herbal remedies for depression and anxiety.

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Medical empowerment offered by integrative medicine doctor

An integrative medicine physician speaks on CAM therapies for pain management.

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Intestinal bacteria may be key to diabetes and other conditions

Diet and nutrition affect health in ways scientific is only beginning to discover.

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Medical tourism outsources health care

Medical tourism is a growing industry, sending Americans to India, Brazil and other countries for everything from cosmetic to major surgery.

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Kurzweil Obama double-header showcases religious pluralism

Kurzweil and Obama spoke together about the contribution of their religious upbringing to their distinctive social visions.

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Google Health Advisory Board chosen

Google has chosen a distinguished Health Advisory Board.

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Electronic bullying becoming problematic

Add e-bullying to your list of existential anxieties.

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China closes dangerous plants

After recent reports linking serious injuries to contamination in Chinese plants processing pet food, the Chinese government responds.

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Ozone-emitting products may not be good with many household products

Dr. Andrew Weil's comments on ozone-emitting air purifiers help update my 7th grade science fiction story "The Freon."

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Naturopathy licensure in all U.S. states

The White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy once asked me whether naturopathic physicians should be licensed in all states.

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Clear that colon

Detoxification information coming to you in North Carolina.

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Updates from Arab Health

Updates from Arab Health include a healthcare industry congress, health law changes in Dubai, and a new smoking ban.

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Connecticut massage therapy legislation improved

New and improved Connecticut massage therapy legislation has arrived.

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Integrative medicine center offers personal coaching

Duke Integrative Medicine now offers personal health coaching as part of its overall strategy of integrating complementary and alternative medicine with conventional care.

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Beam me up, Scotty - for real

No wonder I am having dreams about meeting Captain Kirk - teleportation is coming.

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We may be living in a computer simulation

And the Matrix could be very real, physicists and mathematicians tells us.

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NCCAM Welcomes Six New Members to Its National Advisory Council

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) welcomes six new members to the National Advisory Council for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NACCAM).

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Yes to Life offers cancer support (conventional and complementary)

Yes to Life is a new nonprofit offering cancer alterantives.

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NNFA Japan Urges Japan To Take "Strategic Approach" In Regulating Names Of Foods And Dietary Supplements

The Natural Nutritional Foods Association is working for better dietary supplement labeling in Japan.

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National Institute for Complementary Medicine for Australia

Australia is launching a counterpart to the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

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Bush meets CARICOM leaders in Washington, D.C.

President Bush met with CARICOM leaders this week releasing a joint statement pledging greater cooperation.

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Reliable Electrical Service in the Bahamas

Reliable Electrical Service is good to its name.

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Complementary and alternative medicine law blog searches

Complementary and alternative medicine law blog searches midway through the year show a range of queries.

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Honolulu Holistic Health and Wellness Center to Open

Members of the Department of Complementary and Alternative Health Care at the John A. Burns School of Medicine are opening a center next month for patients interested in a holistic approach to wellness.

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Productivity alert: lose that schedule

Lose that schedule if you want to be healthier, happier, wiser and more productive.

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Complementary and alternative medicine services offered in new Providence cancer center

A new Providence cancer center is offering CAM therapies.

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FDA Device Advice for CAM Professionals

Those seeking to provide health and wellness services with medical devices can find help on the FDA website.

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The end of fruit loops?

And ad-inflated sugar highs, with Kellogs returning to its founder's original mission.

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doorbell cams, wi-fi sniffers, RFID passes, bag searches, and photo lookups

The death of privacy is here.

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Prozac mouse pads and Zoloft coffee mugs

What could be better than pretzels with St. John's Wort and potato chips with Echinacea?

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Telepresence is hear

You won't need to rely on spidey-sense to recognize visitations.

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Into the blue again

Crystal clear waters, blue skies keep tourists coming back to the Bahamas.

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Osher Integrative Medicine Professor Appointed

The Osher Centre for Integrative Medicine in Sweden has a new professor.

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Advances in Mind-Body Medicine to Resume Publication in June

InnoVision Health Media will resume publication of Advances in Mind-Body Medicine.

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Half of Canadians have used alternative therapies

A Canadian survey suggests that half of Canadians have used alternative therapies.

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You are becoming unglued

But fortunately your robot is watching you.

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How to survive the end of the universe

Four easy steps: First become a Type I civilization.

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Resonance powers wireless energy of the future

The principle of resonance will power future energy devices, from light bulbs to laptops.

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Pediatrician referral for CAM surveyed

A BMJ study of pediatrician referral patterns for complementary and alternative therapies suggests a positive attitude toward CAM.

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Nuclear secrets safety sealed

Professor James Chadwick, who discovered the neutron, had sealed the envelope containing the instructions, many decades ago.

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Pesticides linked to brain tumors

Holistic health theories sometimes call attention to real links even if dismissed as conspiracy paranoia.

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Stem cells could help restore vision in patients with macular degeneration

The BBC reports progress by UK scientists on use of stem cells to restore vision.

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Singapore finds adulterated herbal medicine

The Singapore Health Sciences Authority is warning consumers about an herbal medicine product being adulterated and having serious adverse effects.

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Mixed efficacy found for CAM approaches to treating chronic pain

A review in the Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development has found mixed efficacy for complementary and alternative medicine therapies for back and chronic pain.

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Cost-effectiveness of integrative medicine suggested in stdy

A study of integrative care in HMOs suggests success.

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CAM Hits So-Cal

Complementary medicine hits Southern California with "Unconventional medical treatments gain in popularity: Many patients are now combining alternative therapies with traditional medicine for 'the best of both worlds.'"

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Four more years until the Shift

The Earth has 4 more years to go, according to certain interpretrations of Mayan calendars.

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Quarantine Citizens

Slate analyzes the recent isolation of a TB-infected man in the context of the government's authority to quaratine citizens.

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Velez & Capra, Tools and Tactics for the Master Day Trader

This is an outstanding book, chock-full of tools and tips for the beginning securities trader.

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