Harry Potter and the Pirates of Publishing

"Harry Potter and" is the pirates' steal of the century. Continue Reading...

FDA to issue guidance documents for nanotech

The FDA will begin to issue guidance documents for nanotechnology. Continue Reading...

Brain chips to reform medicine

Brain chips will cure disease or prevent symptoms, scientists say. Continue Reading...

Cats predict death, dogs forestall disease

Not only can dogs detect bladder cancer, but animals generally seem to have a sixth sense for illness and even imminent death. Continue Reading...

Vitamin D therapy discussed in detail

Vitamin D therapy has a pathway pattern that is species-specific, scientists have found. Continue Reading...

Most common alternative remedies in UK

The most common alternative remedies in Great Britain today are slightly different than those on the U.S. list. Continue Reading...

Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates expands integrative medicine offerings

Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates announces the expansion of its integrative medicine family medicine practice. Continue Reading...

Stock market alert: weathering the bear slide

The stock market slid today around lunch-time. Continue Reading...

Bahamas tourism challenged by new passport rules

The Bahamas government has expressed concern about tourism challenges from the new passport rules. Continue Reading...
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adverse effects of using prescription drugs with natural health products underreported

The adverse effects of using prescription drugs side by side with natural health products (NHP) are being under-reported in Canada. Continue Reading...

Are skincare microcapsules mainstream or alternative medicine?

Maybe the question is moot if all we care about is whether these skin therapies work. Continue Reading...

Cinnamon touted for medicinal properties

Cinnamon has long been prized for its medicinal properties but now the biblical origins of this healing quality are being probed. Continue Reading...

NCCAM Names Jean H. McKay Director of the Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation

NCCAM Names Jean H. McKay Director of the Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation. Continue Reading...

Laughter therapy at Cleveland Clinic

The Cleveland Clinic now offers laughter therapy. Continue Reading...

MSNBC profiles complementary and alternative medicine

MSNBC profiles alternative therapies in a piece provocatively entitled, "Alternative medicine -- cure or crock?" Continue Reading...

Medical and complementary and alternative medical uses of the iPhone

An MD points out that medical uses of the iPhone far exceed simply calling up health related videos. Continue Reading...

Bionic hand costs less than 6 million dollars

The real bionic hand has arrived, at a price tag less than Lee Majors paid. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Transhumanist Technologies

Top 10 Transhumanist Technologies listed by futurist are almost here. Continue Reading...

Compassion and the Art of Medicine series coming soon

The annual hosted by Baylor College of Medicine in Houston opens soon. Continue Reading...

Center for Integrative Medicine offers lecture series

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Center for Integrative Medicine (CIM) is offering a lecture series on complementary health care. Continue Reading...

Integrative Medicine Practice relies on PR firm

Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates (CHIMA) has selected Jennings, the Chapel Hill branding and advertising agency, to provide strategic marketing consulting services. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Complementary Medical Treatments From Mayo Clinic

Top 10 Complementary Medical Treatments From Mayo Clinic sounds like something you would never have heard 10 years ago. Continue Reading...

Music therapy as complementary and alternative medicine

Music as a CAM therapy is profiled at last. Continue Reading...

Day trading with Oliver Velez rocks

Day trading with Oliver Velez through his proprietary courses is an outstanding experience. Continue Reading...

The Singularity Vanishes

More accurately, "Singularity" has been overused and the signifier no longer fits the signified. Continue Reading...

Response to spinal manipulation questioning

The UK's General Osteopathic Council responds to questions regarding the safety of spinal manipulation. Continue Reading...

Selenium supplements might increase risk of diabetes

Researchers warn that selenium supplements could increase risk of diabetes. Continue Reading...

Meditation study suggests no physical health benefit

A recent meditation study suggests no physical health benefit. Continue Reading...

Electronic medical record may increase malpractice risk

Electronic medical record may increase malpractice risk, according to a physician survey. Continue Reading...

Holistic, alternative and complementary medicine explained

Finally, a generic explanation of holistic, alternative and complementary medicine. Continue Reading...

Diabetes Management Should Consider Complementary and Alternative Medicine

New research suggests diabetes management should consider alternative health care. Continue Reading...

Integrative medicine featured in New York press

Integrative medicine is featured in an upstate NY newspaper. Continue Reading...

Chiropractic malpractice and cancer care

A new case sheds light on malpractice liability that may attach to chiropractors treating patients with serious medical conditions.

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Sleep journal questions some CAM therapies

According to Sleep, many common oral non-prescription treatments for insomnia have no beneficial effect.

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eMindful.com offers CMEs in Complementary and Alternative Medicine Via Live, Online Classes

eMindful.com is offering CMEs in Complementary and Alternative Medicine online.

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Australia funds National Institute for Complementary Medicine at the University of Western Sydney

The National Institute for Complementary Medicine at the University of Western Sydney will receive funding from the Australian government.

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