No better than placebo after 24 months of treatment. (more…)
Archive for May, 2009
Â It was designed to study the effects of chelation in patients who had survived a heart attack. (more…)
Â Burger King is promoting 3 new meal combinations as part of its BK Kids Meal options. (more…)
Â The FDA is completing sunscreen label changes designed to give consumers a better idea of the sun protection they’re getting. (more…)
In a word, “frustration.” People with multiple sclerosis (MS) use CAM because conventional treatments have many side effects and they are dissatisfied with the results. (more…)
At the Society for Investigative Dermatology meeting, researchers from Kaiser Permanente, in Oakland, California reported some confusing findings.
Melanoma is a serious form of skin cancer. Although it accounts for only 4% of skin cancer cases, it causes most skin cancer-related deaths. The good news is that it’s curable if caught early. (more…)
Â Reporting at the Society for Investigative Dermatology meeting, researchers from Stanford University Medical Center, in California found an association between a lower risk of basal cell carcinoma over 5 years and higher blood levels of vitamin D.
Basal cell carcinoma is the most common skin cancer. Statistically, approximately 3 out of 10 Caucasians develop a basal cell cancer during their life. (more…)
Researchers from the Institute of Behavioural Sciences in Budapest, Hungary tell us it depends on what you listen to. (more…)
Of the many symptoms experienced by those at the end of life, pain is one of the most common, feared, and often undertreated,
Dr. Perry Fine from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City reviews the treatment options, including CAM. Here’s a summary. (more…)