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NIH-Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to host town meeting on complementary and alternative medicine
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, NIH, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are hosting a town meeting in Boston (3/15/00) on complementary and alternative medicine. (2000-02-24)
Alternative medicines need to be considered in diabetes management
People with diabetes are risking their health by not discussing their use of complementary and alternative therapies with the health professionals managing their conventional treatment. (2007-07-04)
Regulating alternative splicing during neural development
In the July 1 issue of G&D, Dr. Douglas Black (UCLA) and colleagues detail how alternative splicing is reprogrammed during neuronal development. (2007-06-30)
Beliefs about complementary and alternative medicine predict use among patients with cancer
A new study has shed light on how cancer patients' attitudes and beliefs drive the use of complementary and alternative medicine. (2015-05-26)
Help sought from complementary and alternative medicine to remedy health problems
It found that complementary and alternative medicine is being used in connection with various health problems, particularly in situations where help provided by conventional medicine is considered inadequate. (2017-10-19)
Using alternative medicine only for cancer linked to lower survival rate
Patients who choose to receive alternative therapy as treatment for curable cancers instead of conventional cancer treatment have a higher risk of death, according to researchers from the Cancer Outcomes, Public Policy and Effectiveness Research (COPPER) Center at Yale School of Medicine and Yale Cancer Center. (2017-08-10)
Alternative medicine use high among children with chronic conditions: UAlberta medical research
Children who regularly see specialists for chronic medical conditions are also using complementary medicine at a high rate, demonstrates recently published research from the University of Alberta and the University of Ottawa. (2013-01-14)
Concern over billion dollar alternative medicine bill
An Australian researcher has expressed concern over multi-billion-dollar spending on alternative therapies, and is calling for more rigorous testing of alternative medicines. (2002-09-16)
Alternative therapy at state expense: Study looks at Medicaid coverage of nonconventional care for children
Three quarters of U.S. states pay for children in low-income families to receive some sort of alternative therapy through their Medicaid programs, a new University of Michigan study finds. (2000-05-12)
In vivo visualization of alternative splicing
The Feb. 1 cover of G&D features an unprecedented use of fluorescent proteins to visualize developmentally regulated alternative mRNA splicing in a living organism. (2008-01-28)
NIH to hold workshop on complementary and alternative medicine in cardiovascular, lung, and blood research
Alternative medicine practitioners and mainstream researchers will meet next week to exchange ideas, report on current research, and discuss ways to foster collaborative research in cardiovascular, lung, and blood research. (2000-06-07)
Discussing alternative medicine choices for better health outcomes
A new study from Sunita Vohra, a professor in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry's Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, and a pediatric physician for Clinical Pharmacology with Alberta Health Services, is giving insight into the use of alternative medicines by pediatric cardiac patients and how effective they are seen to be. (2014-10-03)
Is complementary therapy the medicine of the new millennium?
To coincide with a conference in London next week, organised jointly by the UK's Royal College of Physicians and the US's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, several articles in this week's BMJ discuss how complementary and alternative therapies can be integrated into conventional patient care. (2001-01-18)
About 70 percent of older adults use alternative medicine
Nearly three out of every four adults over age 50 use some kind of alternative medicine, such as acupuncture and herbal medicine, according to a new study. (2005-04-09)
Use of complementary and alternative medicine before surgery poses risk to patient safety
A new study by Columbia Presbyterian researchers cautions patients about to undergo cardiac surgery on the risk for potential adverse reactions from the use of alternative and complementary medicines. (2000-09-21)
In vitro fertilization less successful with alternative fertility treatments
The common belief is that it won't hurt to try alternative fertility treatments before reverting to in vitro fertilization (IVF). (2009-08-18)
Should NICE evaluate complementary medicine?
Demand for complementary and alternative medicine is high despite limited evidence. (2007-03-08)
NCCAM announces opportunities for new research Centers on Complementary and Alternative Medicine
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will establish new Centers for Research on Complementary and Alternative Medicine. (2002-12-17)
Younger, more educated Parkinson's patients more likely to use alternative treatments
Parkinson's patients who use alternative treatments such as vitamins and acupuncture are more likely to be younger, more educated and have higher incomes than patients who don't use alternative treatments, according to a study published in the September 11 issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology. (2001-09-10)
Duke Physicians: Clinicians Have Ethical Obligation To Consider Alternative Medicine
Even physicians who subscribe to only conventional medical therapies have an ethical obligation to help their patients who are considering non-traditional treatments, Duke University Medical Center physicians say in Wednesday's (Nov. (1998-11-10)
EU grants nearly 1.5 million euros ($2.25 million) for complementary medicine research network
A three-year project called CAMbrella will receive nearly 1.5 million euros ($2.25 million) of European Union funding to establish a research network for the study of complementary medicine. (2009-11-09)
Doctors and patients should discuss use of alternative medicines
Heart patients, do you tell your doctor you're using alternative medicines? (2005-11-15)
Annals of Internal Medicine, tip sheet, August 7, 2001
Annals Explores Alternative Medicine in New Series Digitalis, nitroglycerin and graham crackers were once considered alternative medicine. (2001-08-06)
Half of HIV patients choose alternative medicine
UCLA researchers found that half of HIV-infected Americans use alternative medicine to supplement or replace antiretroviral drugs. (2003-06-19)
Alternative therapy use by Parkinson's patients
In a study of more than 200 patients with Parkinson's disease, 40 percent used at least one type of alternative therapy, such as vitamins/herbs, massage and acupuncture. (2001-09-10)
Keeping doctors in the dark: Why women don't discuss using alternative treatments for breast cancer
Although recent findings indicate that patients frequently don't tell their medical physicians what kinds of alternative therapies they're using, the reasons for remaining silent have been unclear. (2000-01-26)
Training more effective teachers through alternative pathways
Sass finds that Florida teachers who enter teaching through a path requiring no coursework in education have the greatest effect on student achievement, substantially larger than that of traditionally prepared teachers. (2015-09-17)
Do patients want complementary and alternative treatments and will they pay cash for them?
While complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine treatments such as acupuncture and massage therapy are usually offered in outpatient settings, a new study has shown that the majority of hospitalized patients perceived such integrative services to be helpful. (2017-03-27)
Use of e-cigarettes and alternative tobacco products may lead to increased tobacco use
The increasing use of alternative tobacco products, such as water pipes and e-cigarettes, by children under the age of 18 is a burgeoning public health crisis, researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center write in a commentary in the current issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. (2015-10-13)
Desperation drives patients
Oncologists were urged today to be more responsive to cancer patients who want to try alternative medicines. (2002-10-18)
Study indicates oral garlic not useful in treating vaginal thrush
In a world-first study, led by the University of Melbourne and the Royal Women's Hospital, researchers have found garlic does not significantly reduce vaginal candida (thrush). (2013-12-16)
New alternative medicine center opens at OHSU
The NIH has awarded Oregon Health Sciences University with a $7.8 million grant to fund the Oregon Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Neurological Disorders. (1999-09-30)
Time to re-examine vitamin C in the treatment of cancer
While it has been known for some time that vitamin C prevents scurvy, just how much of it is necessary for good health remains uncertain. (2001-02-05)
Chronic stress researcher to speak at NCCAM's Distinguished Lecture Series
On March 31, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will host the first of two Distinguished Lectures in the Science of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for 2004. (2004-03-24)
Acupuncture can improve outcomes in dermatological conditions
Medical evidence supports the potential for acupuncture to be significantly more effective in the treatment of dermatologic conditions such as dermatitis, pruritus, and urticaria than alternative treatment options, 'placebo acupuncture,' or no treatment, according to a review of the medical literature published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. (2015-07-14)
U-M study: Use of alternative therapy for pain treatment increases with age and wealth
In a University of Michigan Health System study, 1 out of 3 patients with chronic pain reported using complementary and alternative medicine therapies such as acupuncture and chiropractic visits for pain relief. (2010-04-29)
Annals series examines complementary and alternative medicine
Digitalis, nitroglycerin and graham crackers were once considered alternative medicine. (2001-08-06)
Physicians should encourage discussions about alternative therapies
Physicians should encourage patients to talk about their use of alternative and complementary therapies, says National Jewish pulmonologist Esther Langmack. (2001-11-07)
Lower vaccination rates put children at risk
Children treated with complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) have lower vaccination rates than the general population, exposing them to added risk from preventable illnesses such as mumps and measles. (2005-04-28)
'You may have overstepped the mark' cancer expert warns Prince of Wales
In this week's BMJ, a leading breast cancer expert warns the Prince of Wales that he may have overstepped the mark with his public support for alternative medicine. (2004-07-08)
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