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How does complementary medicine impact cancer survival?
Medical News Today
Although complementary and alternative medicine has risen in popularity, little is known about its impact on cancer survival. A new study takes a look.

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Davis Enterprise

Nature is proving to be awesome medicine for PTSD
Davis Enterprise
The awe we feel in nature can dramatically reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, according to UC Berkeley research that tracked psychological and physiological changes in war veterans and at-risk inner-city youth during white-water rafting ...

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BioEdge

Does medicine have a telos?
BioEdge
A new edition of the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy attempts to grapple with these changes -- and the entrenchment of pluralism in Western liberal democracies -- by developing novel concepts of health, illness and disease that make no reference to ...



Washington Post

China's push to export traditional medicine may doom the magical pangolin
Washington Post
Already almost wiped out in China, the pangolin is fast disappearing from the jungles of the rest of Asia and, increasingly, from Africa to supply China's booming market in traditional medicine. Now, as China pushes to export traditional medicine ...



NBCNews.com

Complementary medicine for cancer can decrease survival
Science Daily
Use of complementary medicine -- medical therapies that fall beyond the scope of scientific medicine -- is growing in the United States and often used by patients with cancer. Although many patients believe that a combination of complementary medicine ...
Cancer patients who use alternative medicine die sooner, study findsNBCNews.com
Does using complementary medicine for cancer reduce patients' survival?Philly.com
Cancer patients who choose complementary medicine are twice as likely to die within seven years, study suggestsTelegraph.co.uk
Medscape -The JAMA Network
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Precision Medicine Side Effects
Investor's Business Daily
It's important to note that both drugs have, so far, had minimal side effects. The goal of precision therapy is to only block what the drugs tell them to obstruct. Accidentally inhibiting other kinase can cause a number of unintended side effects, also ...



The Tribune

Antibiotics most-frequently-prescribed medicine worldwide
The Tribune
SYDNEY: The increased over-the-counter supply of antibiotics in many countries including India, is worsening antibiotic resistance globally, finds a study highlighting an urgent need for better enforcement of laws. The study found that between 2000 and ...

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Doctors say BP medicine doesn't cause cancer
The Nation
Karachi - Cardiologists, dialectologists and pharmacists on Saturday clarified that medicines used for treatment of blood pressure and cardiovascular disease including Valsartan were not causing cancer. They urged people to continue taking the drug if ...
Medicines for high blood pressure do not result in cancer, clarify expertsThe News International

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Bend Bulletin

Medicine may doom the dwindling pangolin
Bend Bulletin
The use of pangolins in Chinese medicine dates back thousands of years: A 16th-century document recommends eating their scales to reduce swelling, invigorate blood circulation and promote lactation. A 1938 article in Nature suggests they were used to ...



Virginian-Pilot

Hampton VA offers treatment for medicine-resistant depression
Virginian-Pilot
As many as 20 percent of patients experiencing depression may fail to respond to traditional treatments like medicine and psychotherapy, according to a four-year clinical trial of veterans who received TMS published in June in the Journal of American ...


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