Archive for the 'Magnets' Category
People tend to buy them when they’re in a lot of pain. Then, when the pain eases over time they attribute the change to the device.
One exception might be osteoarthritis. (more…)
It might be an option for people with major depression who have not responded to conventional antidepressant medications. (more…)
My thought about this study is that considering the academic and research “pedigree” of the authors (ie, National Institute of Mental Health, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine [NCCAM], National Institute for Dental and Craniofacial Research, and Columbia University), why did they settle for such a rudimentary study design?
When you get to the end of this post, consider if this study advanced the state of our knowledge on this topic. (more…)
And how they compare to the fentanyl (Duragesic) patch. (more…)
Overall, they are positive, at least at the University of Minnesota. (more…)
I was surprised to learn of the popularity of homeopathy among today’s luminaries.
Here’s a list.
The Centers for Disease Control has just published the latest data on the prevalence of diabetes in the US.
- 11% of adults aged 40 to 59 years
- 23% of those 60 and older have diabetes
Is it any wonder that so many CAM therapies are studied in people with diabetes?
A quick listing of CAM entries for diabetes on this blog is provided below. Or, click the button on the right sidebar to see all of the diabetes entries.