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By Annie Freeza Cruez Traditional and complementary medicine is big business and the government is getting into it in a big way. ANNIE FREEDA CRUEZ gets a whiff of what therapeutic treatment will be available and what direction the Health Ministry is heading.
By Kathirasen YOU have Hepatitis A, the doctor announced, quite cheerily. I gaped at him with jaundiced eyes. Literally. The stranger's face in my mirror and the tell-tale yellow eyes had already warned me.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Some traditional herbal medicines may -- stress "may" -- relieve the abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation that are the hallmarks of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), according to a comprehensive review of published studies on the topic.
A Japanese herbal product, Sho-saiko-to (H09), is under a clinical phase II trial by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to determine its effect on hepatitis C patients.
Eldorado resident uses Ayurvedic medicine and polarity therapy to improve people's health In today's society, we are often so busy that finding time for the simple pleasures in life -- such as eating when we need to, drinking enough water, stopping to breathe in some fresh air or simply excusing oneself from work to take a five-minute walk -- becomes more like a chore rather than a gift, says Eldorado resident Amadea Morningstar.
Sri Lanka hosts 42nd World Congress of Medicina Alternativa COLOMBO, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- The 42nd World Congress of Medicina Alternativa hosted by Sri lanka opened here Saturday.
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