Whole-person health care, which has matured in sophistication, credibility and acceptance, embraces myriad therapies collectively known as bodywork. Explore some of the most popular of these integrative techniques, all designed to help restore health and balance.
It’s spring—time for sunshine, warmth… and airborne pollen. Try these suggestions to ease the seasonal sneezing, congestion and runny nose that can rob us of outdoor pleasures.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies each year. These holistic approaches to health have been practiced for millennia, but with new research supporting their effectiveness, they’re now working hand-in-hand with conventional care.
Many people have come to view eastern medicine as an avenue of preventive health care and maintenance, and are taking responsibility for their health with acupuncture.
While gluten sensitivity presents less serious negative health effects than celiac disease, its host of symptoms can become problematic.
Drumming circles can be useful in physical and psychological therapy as well as an outlet for expression.
For the past 50 years, more than a million patients have undergone chelation therapy for a wide range of circulatory problems. Yet, at present, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration only approves the therapy for treatment of heavy metal poisoning. What do these patients know that officials have yet to understand?
The more toxic your body becomes, the harder it is to lose weight. These “spring cleaning” diet basics will help you shed pounds and gain energy.
A variety of modalities and therapies can work synergistically with allopathic care to help restore the body’s balance and harmony.