Alternative Medicine Articles & Stories:

Seventy Percent of Children Low In Vitamin D

Seventy Percent of Children Low In Vitamin D Seven out of ten children in the US have low levels of vitamin D, putting them at greater risk of eventually suffering from bone disease high blood pressure and other heart disease risk factors, according to research published in the online journal Pediatrics. The study was led by Dr. Michal ... Read More

More Cardiac Death in Women Using Antidepressants

More Cardiac Death in Women Using Antidepressants Antidepressant use among women is associated with greater risk for sudden cardiac death, a recent study revealed.     But the reason for the link is unclear, and the fact doesn’t suggest that antidepressants should be avoided, the scientists said. In fact, it may be that... Read More

Going to Work Sick Linked to Long-Term Leave

Going to Work Sick Linked to Long-Term Leave Habitually working while sick, an increasingly common practice, can land a person in a situation in which his risk of having to take long-term sick leave is markedly increased, according to a recent study. The researchers, who published their work in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community H... Read More

Nine Physical Symptoms of Depression to Watch For

Nine Physical Symptoms of Depression to Watch For Depression isn’t all “in the head.” There are a number of disturbing and quite physical symptoms – very depressing in their own right – that can be markers for the condition, especially if several of them occur together. They include: Digestive problems. A per... Read More

Want To Quit Smoking? Try Some Exercise

Want To Quit Smoking? Try Some Exercise Exercising has the effect of making cigarettes appear less attractive, potentially aiding smokers who want to quit. The new study from the University of Exeter shows that exercise can reduce the draw of cigarettes and smoking related images designed to get the attention of smokers. The study i... Read More

Sleep Loss And Alzheimer's Linked

Sleep Loss And Alzheimer's Linked Chronic sleep deprivation demonstrated in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease makes brain plaques appear earlier and more often, according to a Washington University School of Medicine report published in Science Express. The researchers involved also found that orexin, a protein that helps r... Read More

30% of Multivitamins Don't Provide What They Say

30% of Multivitamins Don't Provide What They Say More than 30 percent of a medicine chest of multivitamins failed to contain what they said they did, or were contaminated with lead, according to a report by the private company ConsumerLab.com     Among the 46 multivitamins analyzed, those that failed the test had far more or... Read More

Severe Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Achiness

Severe Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Achiness Most people with persistent, unexplained muscle and bone pain have low levels of vitamin D in their blood, a recent study discovered. Other studies have found vitamin D to be crucially important for healthy bones, bone marrow and blood vessels, and for protecting against various cancers, diabe... Read More

Botox May Be The Answer for Preventing Migraines

Botox May Be The Answer for Preventing Migraines The value of Botox in treating and preventing chronic migraines in adults has been confirmed by four separate studies in the U.S., Canada and Europe. These studies have discovered that treatment with botulinum toxin type A was associated with significantly fewer headache days, less headache-re... Read More

NIH Endorses Alternative Therapies for Back Pain

NIH Endorses Alternative Therapies for Back Pain In the midst of the debate on healthcare, it may be interesting to note to what extent the Federal government is changing its bureaucratic mindset about what is good medicine and healthcare. The evidence: The National Institute of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medi... Read More

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