RAPID REBOUND Healing through food, also called nutritional therapy, has become part of mainstream medicine
Homeopathy didn't cure cholera, but, as Janik notes, it was more faithful to the ancient directive, "First, do no harm," than the mainstream medicine
of the era.
had wasted the best part of two years failing to diagnose the problem until it was too late -- pediatric neurosurgeons in New Zealand had the gall to tell the family they had not been able to diagnose the tumour because "it is so rare" -- a claim clearly disproven by the fact that the moment they finally switched the MRI machine on the tumour showed up no problem at all.
Non-drug treatment is attracting many; there is a growing trend to utilise mainstream medicine
for diagnosis before turning to alternatives, he informed.
I APPROACHED an Ayurverdic health centre in Riffa with post cellulitus, swelling/bone pain, because mainstream medicine
seemed to have no answers.
Encourage the education on prescription drug abuse and substance use disorders into the already existing mainstream medicine
, leading to further education of the patients they serve.
A hyperbaric, diving, and emergency medicine physician and a science writer explain how HBOT works, applications in conditions including traumatic brain injury and stroke, and barriers to its full acceptance by mainstream medicine
Alternative medicine refers to the exclusive use of nontraditional interventions in lieu of mainstream medicine
CAM, alone or in conjunction with mainstream medicine
, is often used to treat an increasing variety of diseases and conditions.
Although the technology is still in its infancy, scientific breakthroughs continue to move gene therapy towards mainstream medicine
Timmen Cermak (incoming CSAM president) presented "CSAM's Blueprint for Adolescent Treatment: The Clinical and Public Policy Imperative of Early Diagnosis," calling on mainstream medicine
to mobilize in response to the epidemic of adolescent prescription drug abuse.
reports they have produced this wonderful new drug that will reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by lowering cholesterol and triglycerides.