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Alternative Medicine News Jul 2006

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ProfNet Wire: Health & Medicine: Global HIV/AIDS Initiatives
1) Global HIV/AIDS Initiatives; 2) The New Heart Scanner Debate; 3) Flaky Condition May Be Genes, Not Hygiene; 4) Don't Overexert in the Heat; 5) New Testing for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Patients. (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 01:30:20 GMT)

Online mag to promote Eastern Montana
Alternative energy, recreation, health and fitness, and agri-tourism are subjects to be explored in a new online publication for Eastern Montana being launched today by Plentywood resident Dennis Ketterman. (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 06:35:29 GMT)

Online mag to promote Eastern Montana
Alternative energy, recreation, health and fitness, and agri-tourism are subjects to be explored in a new online publication for Eastern Montana being launched today by Plentywood resident Dennis Ketterman. Alternatives Magazine is about the possibili ... (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 06:43:44 GMT)

As its membership falls and medicine advances, the Christian Science church strives to grow.
The church was founded after a fall that left Mary Baker Eddy bedridden and turning to the Bible in her suffering. It is said that a revelation she received while reading about Christ's healings was so powerful, Eddy walked away from her bed, instantly healed. (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 07:04:10 GMT)

Search for hot flash cure continues
The search for a benign, effective alternative treatment for hot flashes - which has included the use of soy products, Chinese herbs and hypnosis - has hit another roadblock. (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 07:07:42 GMT)

As its membership falls and medicine advances, the Christian Science church strives to grow.
The church was founded after a fall that left Mary Baker Eddy bedridden and turning to the Bible in her suffering. It is said that a revelation she received while reading about Christ's healings was so powerful, Eddy walked away from her bed, instantly healed. (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 07:21:41 GMT)

Majority of GP surgeries offering controversial alternative remedies
SIX out of 10 Scottish GP practices are prescribing homoeopathic or herbal remedies to patients, despite increasing deb ate over their use in the NHS. (Sat, 01 Jul 2006 23:05:07 GMT)

Home health alternative
WINTERSVILLE — Medi Home Health Agency is taking the occasion of moving to a new area office to issue a reminder that there are alternatives to hospital-based home health services in the region. (Sun, 02 Jul 2006 01:28:59 GMT)

It's time for nationalized health care
One of the leading issues in America, which begs to be liberated from the shackles of ignorance and politics, is nationalized health care.Like many cut from a more conservative cloth, I once railed against socialized medicine. Then, I began to spend blocks of time in England and Canada, gaining knowledge and insight from friendships there. (Sun, 02 Jul 2006 07:08:12 GMT)

Plants offer alternative to supplements
Instead of buying bottles of processed supplements, some consumers, including many members of ethnic communities, buy medicinal herbs as plants – selecting fresh or dried leaves, bark and berries to make teas or to mix into cooking for their purported health benefits. Herbs can pose risks in any form, and their efficacy is often not proven. (Sun, 02 Jul 2006 08:02:02 GMT)

It's time for nationalized health care
One of the leading issues in America, which begs to be liberated from the shackles of ignorance and politics, is nationalized health care.Like many cut from a more conservative cloth, I once railed against socialized medicine. Then, I began to spend blocks of time in England and Canada, gaining knowledge and insight from friendships there. (Sun, 02 Jul 2006 11:32:29 GMT)

P. T. Jyothi Datta
A FILE photo of a flooded Mumbai road in July 2005. Memories of 94 centimetres rain in a day, an extraordinary downpour witnessed in Mumbai last July, have forced drug companies to board-up its medicine warehouses as the monsoons bring in more rains. (Sun, 02 Jul 2006 19:31:54 GMT)

Good energy for bad
William DeMedio pulled off his stethoscope and removed his glasses. The family-medicine doctor bowed his head and closed his eyes. Then he laid his hands on the crown of his patient's head. (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 07:08:32 GMT)

House calls return
For the first time in many decades, you can get a house call. From a real doctor. Right in your own home. It's a service offered by the new Triune Integrative Medicine in Medford, part of Asante Health System. (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 09:20:23 GMT)

More Women Being Pointed (and Pricked) Toward Holistic Alternative Health Treatments
After three years of trying to conceive and three failed attempts at in vitro fertilization, Tracey Carroll, 33, desperately turned to the East for help. She sought the needles and herbs of an acupuncturist. In fact, her new in-vitro doctor insisted. (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 12:25:02 GMT)

Graduated Driver Licensing Reduces Fatal Crashes By 11 Percent
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Injury Research and Policy and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine report that graduated driver licensing programs reduce, by an average of 11 percent, the incidence of fatal crashes of 16-year-old drivers. (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 13:37:19 GMT)

Supreme Court ends term with a bang
The U.S. Supreme Court ended its 2005-2006 term on Friday with a blockbuster ruling that limits a key weapon in the Bush administration's war on terror. (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 20:50:12 GMT)

UK charity leads way with move into bond market
THE WELLCOME TRUST has announced plans to borrow money in the bond markets to invest in shares and alternative assets, in an unprecedented move for a British charity. (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 22:25:00 GMT)

How tobacco farm could provide a life-saving drug
Science: Genetic tweak allows HIV drug to be harvested · Environmentalists fear cross-contamination (Mon, 03 Jul 2006 23:23:32 GMT)

Rainbow Gathering includes eclectic souls
BIG RED PARK - In case you're wondering, here at the 35th Annual National Rainbow Gathering in the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest, the Rainbow Family of Living Light keeps its members well-fed, safe and conscious of how they approach the thousands of acres of U.S. National Forest they are temporarily inhabiting. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 02:29:06 GMT)

Bihar youth breaks IIT, IAS stereotype
Patna: Bihar is usually associated with stereotypes when it comes to the career choices that the state’s youth make. Boys grow up to be civil servants or engineers and girls opt for medicine or a safe government job. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 02:37:08 GMT)

Know the dangers of fireworks
ROYAL OAK -- Dr. Frank McGeorge, head of emergency medicine at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, knows what he could face today: facial burns, missing fingers and scorched limbs. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 04:06:41 GMT)

WHAT'S THE ALTERNATIVE?
ANEUROMA is a non-cancerous (benign) growth of tissue that wraps around the nerves. It usually only affects one foot and is more common in women, possibly because of wearing high heels. Treatment usually starts with advice on wearing roomy, square-toed shoes and using padding. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 04:49:16 GMT)

New online magazine launched for eastern Montana
BILLINGS (LEE) - Alternative energy, recreation, health and fitness, and agri-tourism are subjects to be explored in a new online publication for eastern Montana being launched today by Plentywood resident Dennis Ketterman. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 06:15:47 GMT)

WHAT'S THE ALTERNATIVE?
ANEUROMA is a non-cancerous (benign) growth of tissue that wraps around the nerves. It usually only affects one foot and is more common in women, possibly because of wearing high heels. Treatment usually starts with advice on wearing roomy, square-toed shoes and using padding. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 08:52:28 GMT)

Healing The Heart With Bone Marrow Cells
Researchers at the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine at Toronto General Hospital have discovered the "SOS" distress signal that mobilizes specific heart repair cells from the bone marrow to the injured heart after a heart attack. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 10:08:28 GMT)

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China will invest 100 million yuan (US$12.5 million) in a bid to find traditional medicine remedies for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced yesterday. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 23:01:51 GMT)

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China will invest 100 million yuan (US$12.5 million) in a bid to find traditional medicine remedies for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced yesterday. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 23:01:51 GMT)

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China will invest 100 million yuan (US$12.5 million) in a bid to find traditional medicine remedies for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced yesterday. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 23:01:51 GMT)

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China will invest 100 million yuan (US$12.5 million) in a bid to find traditional medicine remedies for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced yesterday. (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 23:27:07 GMT)

Project hunts alternative disease cures By Wu Chong (China Daily) Updated: 2006-07-05 08:42
China will invest 100 million yuan (US$12.5 million) in a bid to find traditional medicine remedies for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced yesterday. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 00:57:17 GMT)

Goodhealth Conventional Medicine Says Multiple Sclerosis is Incurable
By LISA SEWARDS IN 1998, Dermot O'Connor, 36, from Dublin, was diagnosed with a severe form of multiple sclerosis (MS) - the 'incurable' and degenerative neurological disorder. He left his job to dedicate himself to fighting the condition. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 01:10:52 GMT)

Project Hunts Alternative Disease Cures
By Wu Chong China will invest 100 million yuan (US$12.5 million) in a bid to find traditional medicine remedies for diseases such as cancer and AIDS, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced yesterday. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 01:11:43 GMT)

The Raw Food Diet: A Raw Deal
American ingenuity has found one solution to the energy crisis: food you never need to cook. There's no need for fuel when everything you eat---from salad to, well, more salad—is served up at piping room temperature. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 05:00:46 GMT)

New law asks state to study use of alternative medicine
Treatments like acupuncture, massage and herbal medicines have made huge inroads with American consumers in recent years, even though many of these therapies aren't covered by health insurance plans. But that could be changing, at least among Minnesota's publicly-funded insurance programs. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 09:10:18 GMT)

Researchers Develop T-cells From Human Embryonic Stem Cells, Raising Hopes For A Gene Therapy ...
Researchers from the UCLA AIDS Institute and the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine have demonstrated for the first time that human embryonic stem cells can be genetically manipulated and coaxed to develop into mature T-cells, raising hopes for a gene therapy to combat AIDS. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 12:38:00 GMT)

FoxHollow's SilverHawk Won't Soar
Medical companies today abound with innovative products and captivating promises of changing the way medicine is practiced worldwide. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 14:20:04 GMT)

Seborrheic Dermatitis: An Overview
ROBERT A. SCHWARTZ, M.D., M.P.H., CHRISTOPHER A. JANUSZ, M.D., and CAMILA K. JANNIGER, M.D. University of Medicine and Dentistry at New Jersey-New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 19:06:51 GMT)

Rainbow Gathering includes eclectic souls
BIG RED PARK - In case you're wondering, here at the 35th Annual National Rainbow Gathering in the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest, the Rainbow Family of Living Light keeps its members well-fed, safe and conscious of how they approach the thousands of acres of U.S. National Forest they are temporarily inhabiting. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 20:16:17 GMT)

Alternative Medicine
The trendy cousin of traditional medicine keeps your mind buzzing and body glowing. Medical practitioners believe good choices can make a huge difference in the way we age, no matter how late in life they are made. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 21:48:31 GMT)

Warning for doctors over cancer issues
An Australian cancer survivor believes doctors could face legal action if they do not start telling cancer patients about alternative treatments. Ian Gawler has been dealing with contemporary medicines for 25 years and is preparing to talk to a New Zealand audience next month. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 22:08:05 GMT)

ACUPUNCTURE AND CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE
Clear out your medicine cabinet for more useful things like deoderant, condoms and toothpaste and try an alternative way to get rid of aches and pains. Every Mon, Thu, Fri & Sat, Wellpoint Oriental Medicine, 255 S. 17th St., 215-275-9705. (Wed, 05 Jul 2006 23:50:59 GMT)

New FDA-Approved Treatment for Bone Bleeding Offers Alternative to Civil War-Era Remedy
New Study shows Ceremed Inc.'s OsteneTM designed to stop bone bleeding in cardiac, orthopedic and neurospinal surgery offers healing benefits without harmful side effects associated with commonly used beeswax. (PRWEB Jul 6, 2006) Trackback URI: http://www.prweb.com/zingpr.php/ (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 07:24:11 GMT)

Perception Therapy®: An Effective Method Developed by Alternative Treatment International to Treat Substance Abuse and
The protocol for substance abuse and psycho-emotional disorders treatment is making a major change. (PRWEB Jul 6, 2006) Trackback URI: http://www.prweb.com/zingpr.php/ (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 07:27:11 GMT)

Perception Therapy®: An Effective Method Developed by Alternative Treatment International to Treat Substance Abuse and
(PRWEB) July 6, 2006 -- Substance abuse and psycho-emotional disorders have plagued our society for decades. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 12:00:00 GMT)

New FDA-Approved Treatment for Bone Bleeding Offers Alternative to Civil War-Era Remedy
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 7, 2006 -- Almost 150 years after the battle of Gettysburg, surgeons still stop bones from bleeding the same way Civil War field doctors did in 1863 – using beeswax. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 12:00:00 GMT)

Mutation In Tumor Suppressor Gene Causes Pancreatic Islet Cells To Reproduce
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that the acute loss of a protein called menin can cause the proliferation of pancreatic islet cells, which secrete insulin to regulate blood sugar. The menin gene (Men1) mutation in humans causes an inherited disease called Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia type 1 (MEN1). Not only could this discovery inform basic cancer (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 12:40:59 GMT)

Milk hard to stomach
MILK should be cut from the Australian diet, a Melbourne nutritionist and alternative medicine expert says. Dr Rick Donald said milk offered no health benefits to most people and was not the wonder food many claimed it to be. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 15:07:02 GMT)

Anxious, depressed people over 65 turn more often to alternative therapies
Winston-Salem, N.C. – People over 65 who are depressed or anxious turn to complementary or alternative medicine more often than older people who are not anxious or depressed – but not to treat their mental symptoms. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 15:31:24 GMT)

New Down Syndrome Gene Identified By Stanford/Packard Scientists
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital have identified one possible cause of mental retardation in Down syndrome. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 16:11:09 GMT)

Depressed seniors use alternative medicine
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., July 6 (UPI) -- U.S. researchers say people over 65 who are depressed or anxious use complementary or alternative medicine more often than other seniors. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 16:14:45 GMT)

Anxious, Depressed Senior Citizens Turn More Often to Alternative Therapies
July 6, 2006 – Senior citizens over age 65, who are depressed or anxious, turn to complementary or alternative medicine more often than other older people who are not anxious or depressed – but not to treat their mental symptoms. (Thu, 06 Jul 2006 16:52:32 GMT)

Fresh stem cell hope for liver patients
Patients waiting for a liver transplant could soon have an alternative option thanks to a discovery by Scottish scientists. A team from Edinburgh University has identified a new type of liver stem cells which have the potential to mature into different cell types and help repair a failing liver. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 01:00:41 GMT)

U.S. Department Of Energy Publishes Research Roadmap For Developing Cleaner Fuels
The Department of Energy today released an ambitious new research agenda for the development of cellulosic ethanol as an alternative to gasoline. The scientific "roadmap" cites recent advances in biotechnology that have made cost-effective production of ethanol from cellulose an attainable goal. The report outlines a detailed research plan for developing new technologies to transform cellulosic (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 10:10:48 GMT)

Traditional folk medicine being studied
HONG KONG, July 7 (UPI) -- Researchers from both the National Institutes of Health and the cosmetics industry are studying folk medicine to come up with new products and treatments. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 14:59:08 GMT)

TASER Study Presented at the National Alliance on Mental Illness Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
TASER International, Inc. today commended Jeffrey D. Ho, M.D. and his research team in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Minnesota's Hennepin County Medical Center for their efforts in an ongoing study to track and analyze data relating to the use of TASER electronic control devices in law enforcement contacts with mentally ill persons. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 16:58:44 GMT)

TASER Study Presented at the National Alliance on Mental Illness Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
TASER International, Inc. today commended Jeffrey D. Ho, M.D. and his research team in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Minnesota's Hennepin County Medical Center for their efforts in an ongoing study to track and analyze data relating to the use of TASER electronic control devices in law enforcement contacts with mentally ill persons. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 16:58:44 GMT)

Traditional folk medicine being studied
Researchers from both the National Institutes of Health and the cosmetics industry are studying folk medicine to come up with new products and treatments. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 17:39:15 GMT)

Anxious, Depressed People Over 65 Turn More Often To Alternative Therapies
People over 65 who are depressed or anxious turn to complementary or alternative medicine more often than older people who are not anxious or depressed -- but not to treat their mental symptoms. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 23:10:29 GMT)

Anxious, Depressed People Over 65 Turn More Often To Alternative Therapies
People over 65 who are depressed or anxious turn to complementary or alternative medicine more often than older people who are not anxious or depressed -- but not to treat their mental symptoms. (Fri, 07 Jul 2006 23:10:29 GMT)

Doctors Made Mom Flee, Dad Says
Tina Carlsen hid her ailing son in a diaper bag and left the hospital rather than see him have surgery. She had been 'pushed,' his father says. (Sat, 08 Jul 2006 08:52:30 GMT)

Looking east...
To those unfamiliar with its history, Oriental medicine practices might sound outlandish. Herb concoctions to prevent hair loss. Strategically placed needles to correct high blood pressure. Specialty massages to prevent fatigue. (Sat, 08 Jul 2006 17:08:26 GMT)

Alternative Medicine Expert
Tree of Life Wellness Center : Professional advice about how to use Vitamins, Herbs, Homeopathics and alternative treatments safely to improve your health! (Sat, 08 Jul 2006 21:14:05 GMT)

Rethink on alternative medicine
SOME times, if not often, a particular medicinal cure may turn out to be worse than the ailment. (Sun, 09 Jul 2006 03:03:07 GMT)

Scientist Develops Enzyme Inhibitor That May Slow Cancer Growth
University of Illinois scientist Tim Garrow, in collaboration with Jiri Jiracek of the Czech Academy of Sciences, has applied for a provisional patent on a class of chemicals that has future therapeutic uses in medicine, specifically cancer treatment. "These chemicals are potent inhibitors of an enzyme called betaine-homocysteine-S-methyltransferase (BHMT)," said Garrow. (Sun, 09 Jul 2006 17:14:09 GMT)

Healing From Head to Toe
By Nichole Aksamit, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. Jul. 9--Can your mind really be as powerful as medicine? Desirae Vallier and John Mixan sure think so. Two weeks after breaking her back in a 25-foot fall, Vallier walked without pain. (Sun, 09 Jul 2006 22:12:07 GMT)

The End of Medicine
This week we look at a very intriguing new book by good friend Andy Kessler called The End of Medicine , subtitled "How Silicon Valley (and Naked Mice) Will Reboot Your Doctor." (Sun, 09 Jul 2006 22:55:46 GMT)

Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete medical system that has been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses for more than 2,000 years. (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 05:52:04 GMT)

Salugen Announces the End of "One-Size-Fits-All" Nutrition by Setting the Bar for a New Approach to Wellness
Experienced Executives and Researchers join to deliver on the promise of Personalized Medicine, first focusing on complementary and alternative therapies (PRWEB Jul 10, 2006) Trackback URL: http://www.prweb.com/chachingpr. (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 07:41:41 GMT)

Health Tip: Considering Acupuncture?
(HealthDay News) -- Acupuncture has been a part of Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years, and is becoming an often-used technique in today's world of alternative medicine. (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 13:02:52 GMT)

Seniors Over 65 If Anxious Or Depressed Prefer Alternative Therapies To Treat Symptoms
People over 65 who are depressed or anxious turn to complementary or alternative medicine to treat their symptoms more often than older people who are not anxious or depressed - but not to treat their mental symptoms.Joseph. G. Grzywacz, Ph.D., and colleagues from Wake Forest University School of Medicine reported in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine that 34. [click link for (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 13:03:29 GMT)

Seniors Over 65 If Anxious Or Depressed Prefer Alternative Therapies To Treat Symptoms
People over 65 who are depressed or anxious turn to complementary or alternative medicine to treat their symptoms more often than older people who are not anxious or depressed - but not to treat their mental symptoms.Joseph. G. Grzywacz, Ph.D., and colleagues from Wake Forest University School of Medicine reported in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine that 34. [click link for (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 13:03:29 GMT)

Holistic health teamwork
The Four Corners Holistic Health Association attempts to bring patients an array of alternative health care, guarantee the competence of its members and establish interaction and referrals between holistic health practitioners and traditional doctors, according to the moving force behind the 9-month-old organization. (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:12:30 GMT)

Study highlights over 65s CAM use for depression
7/10/2006 - A study of older people’s use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to manage anxiety or depression indicates that the over 65s may represent a large potential market for makers of supplements and non-vitamin natural products. (Mon, 10 Jul 2006 16:23:36 GMT)

Critical diabetic medicine shortage hits Zimbabwe
A critical shortage of essential diabetic medicine has hit the country, forcing diabetics to run around looking for alternative drugs. (Tue, 11 Jul 2006 00:10:27 GMT)

Prevention and pain management
According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, more people visit holistic practitioners for pain than anything else. In fact, about 40 percent of Americans use these practitioners for back pain, neck pain, arthritis and headaches. (Tue, 11 Jul 2006 09:09:29 GMT)

Zimbabwe: Critical Diabetic Medicine Shortage Hits
A critical shortage of essential diabetic medicine has hit the country, forcing diabetics to run around looking for alternative drugs. (Tue, 11 Jul 2006 15:24:51 GMT)

Lectures, new courses slated at Brookdale
The student health center at Brookdale Community College, has announced it will present health seminars led by Thomas A. Mantos from The Center for Alternative and Preventive Medicine. (Tue, 11 Jul 2006 23:22:27 GMT)

Better medicine brings hope to hepatitis C patients
Lupi Amin knew she wasn't imagining the symptoms. Fatigue, migraines, anxiety and dizziness were all wreaking havoc on her life. After seeing a doctor at Pasar Rebo Hospital in East Jakarta and going through extensive testing, she found out she had hepatitis C. (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 04:31:34 GMT)

Mixed views on radical oxygen treatment
Many terminally-ill patients have turned to radical alternative oxygen treatment in a last ditch attempt to prolong, or even save, their lives. - (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 05:54:29 GMT)

US OKs first once-daily AIDS combination pill
The first once-a-day AIDS pill that combines three current medicines into a single tablet won U.S. approval on Wednesday, offering patients a more convenient alternative to current multiple drug cocktails. (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 20:06:05 GMT)

New Source Of Multipotent Adult Stem Cells Discovered In Human Hair Follicles
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have isolated a new source of adult stem cells that appear to have the potential to differentiate into several cell types. Their approach could one day provide the tissue needed by an individual for treating a host of disorders, including peripheral nerve disease, Parkinson's disease, and spinal cord injury. (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:21:44 GMT)

FDA approves first once-daily AIDS pill
The first once-a-day AIDS pill that combines three current medicines won U.S. approval on Wednesday, offering patients a more convenient alternative to current multiple drug cocktails. (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:37:11 GMT)

IU School of Medicine pioneers stem cell treatment
Indianapolis - A breakthrough treatment using stem cells is happening in Indianapolis. An exciting new procedure at Indiana University School of Medicine takes stem cell research from the lab directly to the patient in a clinical trial. (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:58:06 GMT)

Evista: Help for Breast Cancer, Heart?
Hopes that the osteoporosis drug Evista would offer women a clearly safer alternative to tamoxifen for breast cancer prevention have been dashed by findings from a long-awaited study, researchers say. (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 23:16:48 GMT)

Summer health seminars at Brookdale July 17, 24
The Brookdale Community College student health center will present a summer health seminar led by Thomas A. Mantos from The Center for Alternative and Preventive Medicine at Warner Student Life Center, Newman Springs Road, Lincroft section of Middletown. "Tired of Being Tired" will be July 17, and " (Wed, 12 Jul 2006 23:20:39 GMT)

ACUPUNCTURE AND CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE
Clear out your medicine cabinet for more useful things like deodorant, condoms and toothpaste and try an alternative way to get rid of aches and pains. Every Mon, Thu, Fri & Sat, Wellpoint Oriental Medicine, 255 S. 17th St., 215-275-9705. (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 04:05:48 GMT)

Donor T Cells Change The Fate Of Stem Cells In Transplantation
When a transplant patient suffers complications such as graft rejection or graft-versus-host disease, physicians attempt to stop the body's immune response by targeting a patient's T cells. In a new study, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine researchers suggest there may be a way to prevent these complications before they occur. The study was published July 1 in the journal (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 04:36:14 GMT)

NZ woman may sue 'Dr Ozone'
A New Zealand woman who was admitted to hospital in Thailand after receiving an alternative cancer treatment is considering suing the man behind it. Austrian born Hellfried Sartori has been jailed in Chiang Mai and is facing charges of fraud for giving terminally ill foreigners false hope of a cure. (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 09:22:18 GMT)

Judge To Decide On Cancer Patient's Treatment
A judge is deciding whether a Virginia teen battling cancer must undergo chemotherapy. 16-year-old Starchild Abraham Cherrix has Hodgkin's Disease. The teen wants to use an alternative treatment. A social worker is asking the judge to require the teen to continue conventional treatment. (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 10:24:02 GMT)

Health Alert: Sleep apnea appliance
(National) July 11, 2006 - A dental appliance may be an alternative treatment for sleep apnea patients. Diane Greenwald thought a poster in a doctor's office was made for her, "Do you wake up in the morning tired? Do you have trouble concentrating? Can you fall asleep after lunch? (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 14:53:28 GMT)

Developing Technology for a Healthier Canada: $3.5 Million Investment in Siemens Institute for Advanced Medicine
The Winnipeg Partnership Agreement is making a $3.5 million investment towards the construction of the Siemens Institute for Advanced Medicine at the Health Sciences Centre that will result in better detection and treatment of illnesses. (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 17:58:02 GMT)

Breast Cancer, Osteoporosis Drug Raises Stroke Risk
Hopes that the osteoporosis drug Evista would offer women a clearly safer alternative to tamoxifen for breast cancer prevention have been dashed by findings that the drug can raise the risk for stroke and blood clots. (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 18:15:03 GMT)

Alarm over alternative malaria remedies
Holidaymakers planning trips to the tropics are being warned to avoid homeopathic remedies that are claimed to prevent malaria after several travellers contracted the potentially fatal disease. (Thu, 13 Jul 2006 23:38:18 GMT)

Health Alert: Sleep apnea appliance
(National) July 11, 2006 - A dental appliance may be an alternative treatment for sleep apnea patients. Diane Greenwald thought a poster in a doctor's office was made for her, "Do you wake up in the morning tired? Do you have trouble concentrating? Can you fall asleep after lunch? (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 00:55:28 GMT)

10 ethical issues raised by IT capabilities
Professions such as law and medicine have a codified set of ethics its practitioners are expected to honor. Egregious violations are dealt with in the harshest possible terms, and even minor lapses can result in significant penalties. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 06:36:54 GMT)

Malaria risk for tourists who trust alternative practitioners
ALTERNATIVE health centres are giving backpackers dangerous advice on malaria prevention by recommending unproven homoeopathic remedies instead of effective conventional drugs. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 09:24:48 GMT)

Five-Finger Solution: Alternative Doc Says Its All In The Hand
Jong Seo Lim, a chain-smoking acupuncturist and herbal-medicine man in Woodside, speaks in a whisper. As Dr. Lim explained recently, with hushed tones and hand gestures and wearing blue surgical scrubs, he lost his voice in 2001 – after he poured cold water over his head while in a bathtub. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 09:57:54 GMT)

Malaria risk for tourists who trust alternative practitioners
Alternative health centres are giving backpackers dangerous advice on malaria prevention by recommending unproven homoeopathic remedies instead of effective conventional drugs. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 10:54:48 GMT)

Coming Soon: 3-D Imaging That Flies 'Through' And 'Around' Cancer
Stanford University researchers demonstrated for the first time the ability to create 3-D positron emission tomography (PET)/computed tomography (CT) images for "fly-through" and "fly-around viewing" of cancer in the lungs and colon, according to a study in the July issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 12:36:44 GMT)

Alternative malaria treatment may not work
British health authorities are urging tourists not to rely on alternative treatment such as homeopathy to fight malaria. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 19:43:25 GMT)

Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol Reaches Blood at Protective Levels
Two recent studies offer new evidence suggesting an alternative form of natural vitamin E can be taken by mouth and will reach the blood in humans at levels determined to protect against stroke and other diseases. (Fri, 14 Jul 2006 21:32:35 GMT)

'Do nothing' (medically of course!) a surer way of conceiving for some infertile couples
A Dutch study has observed that couples who have not been able to conceive, but no abnormalities have been found, are more likely to eventually conceive naturally that with treatment. Scientists at the Center for Reproductive Medicine in Amsterdam concluded that expectant management – commonly known as delaying treatment - was a more effective and safer alternative for some couples. (Sat, 15 Jul 2006 10:40:56 GMT)

Letters
Reactions to Carlene Hempel's June 25 cover story on egg donors ranged from concern and surprise to outright indignation. Meanwhile, the Texas wind farm drew its share of supporters and critics, and Christopher Churchill's photo essay on Muslims provoked a thoughtful response. (Sun, 16 Jul 2006 04:25:19 GMT)

Esalen: Still mystical after all these years
BIG SUR -- The Esalen Institute on California's rugged Big Sur coast first entered my consciousness as a teenager in the psychedelic '60s. There it flitted for 30-odd years, an enigmatic place cloaked in "alternative" jargon, secretive smiles and suggestions I couldn't quite process. (Sun, 16 Jul 2006 08:03:00 GMT)

Baby's kidney illness pits parents against doctors / Kidnapping case reveals conflict between homeopathic, traditional
Standing just outside Pierce County Juvenile Court the other day, Todd Rogers conceded that it was probably wrong of Tina Marie Carlsen to have taken the couple's 9-month-old son, Riley, from a Seattle hospital two weeks ago, as the child awaited what doctors... (Sun, 16 Jul 2006 10:52:13 GMT)

Bush backs Israel as G8 leaders struggle for Mideast response
World leaders have labored to forge a united response to the raging Middle East crisis as US President George W. Bush defended Israel and blamed militants backed by Iran and Syria. (Sun, 16 Jul 2006 16:45:08 GMT)

G8 summit calls on Israel to halt Mideast offensive
Leaders of the G8 group of world powers called for "an end to Israeli military operations" in the Middle East and demanded that "extremists" stop shelling Israeli territory. (Sun, 16 Jul 2006 18:27:57 GMT)

A tale of two pediatric hospitals
As Children's Hospital of Wisconsin pursues a $117 million, 72-bed expansion at its Wauwatosa campus, leaders of Wisconsin's other pediatric hospital hope to protect their turf with a major capital project of their own. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 04:55:29 GMT)

FDA Warns About Dangerous Ingredients In 'Dietary Supplements' Promoted For Sexual Enhancement
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers not to purchase or consume Zimaxx, Libidus, Neophase, Nasutra, Vigor-25, Actra-Rx, or 4EVERON. [click link for full article] (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 07:10:43 GMT)

What Chinese medicine can teach Vt.
Published: Monday, July 17, 2006 Anne T. O'Brien The cost of health care and access to it is a huge concern for many Americans. As both a consumer and practitioner of medicine in Vermont, it is clear to me that people are both benefiting from and suffering under the current system. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 08:18:28 GMT)

The Best Medical Care in the U.S.
The VA used to be the health system of last resort. No more. How it transformed itself—and what its radical overhaul can teach the rest of us (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 09:54:54 GMT)

Nutritional counseling to the rescue
America's weight-loss obsession has us looking in all the wrong places to find the right diet. Nutrition professionals say we need a therapeutic lifestyle change. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 10:00:00 GMT)

Raloxifene Helps Reduce Breast Cancer Risk, Raises Risk Of Blood Clot, Stroke, Study Says
Raloxifene, a bone strengthening drug sold by Eli Lilly under the brand-name Evista, helps to prevent breast cancer but raises the risk of blood clots and fatal strokes, according to a study published in the July 13 edition of the New England Journal of Medicine, the AP/Washington Post reports (Marchione, AP/Washington Post, 7/12). [click link for full article] (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 13:02:57 GMT)

HP Unveils RFID's Future Competitor
HP showed off the tiny Memory Spot chip on Monday, which can be attached to any object and carry media or data. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 16:32:49 GMT)

HP Unveils RFID's Future Competitor
HP showed off the tiny Memory Spot chip on Monday, which can be attached to any object and carry media or data. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 16:32:49 GMT)

Senate Debates Bills on Stem-Cell Research
The Senate opens a new debate over stem cell research, as three bills are under consideration. One would overturn President Bush's restrictions on research. The president is expected to use his first-ever veto if that bill passes. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 20:26:15 GMT)

Risks/Benefits of Osteoporosis Drug Use in Postmenopausal Women
A Study in the July 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, reporting the results of a 5-1/2 year-long trial of more than 10,000 postmenopausal women with a history of heart disease or at high risk for heart disease, shows that patients given raloxifene therapy had a reduced incidence of vertebral fractures and breast cancer, but an increased incidence of blood clots and fatal strokes. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 20:30:14 GMT)

Risks/Benefits of Osteoporosis Drug Use in Postmenopausal Women
A Study in the July 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, reporting the results of a 5-1/2 year-long trial of more than 10,000 postmenopausal women with a history of heart disease or at high risk for heart disease, shows that patients given raloxifene therapy had a reduced incidence of vertebral fractures and breast cancer, but an increased incidence of blood clots and fatal strokes. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 20:30:14 GMT)

Raloxifene Again Found to Deter Breast Cancer in Older Women, plus Vertebral Fractures
July 17, 2006 – As several earlier major studies have determined, the latest research on the raloxifene confirms its ability to deter breast cancer. The new report in the July 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine focuses on postmenopausal women with a history or high risk of heart disease. The study of 10,000 women for more than five years found raloxifene not only reduced the (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 21:22:31 GMT)

Former Physician Sentenced for Distributing Performance-Enhancing Drugs to NFL Players, Others
An alternative medicine physician who formerly practiced in West Columbia, S.C., was sentenced today in federal court for conspiracy to distribute anabolic steroids and Human Growth Hormone (HGH), announced U.S. Attorney for the District of South Carolina Reginald I. Lloyd. Chief U.S. District Judge Joseph F. Anderson, Jr., sentenced James M. Short, 59, to twelve months and one day in prison. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 22:01:35 GMT)

Former Physician Sentenced for Distributing Performance-Enhancing Drugs to NFL Players, Others
An alternative medicine physician who formerly practiced in West Columbia, S.C., was sentenced today in federal court for conspiracy to distribute anabolic steroids and Human Growth Hormone (HGH), announced U.S. Attorney for the District of South Carolina Reginald I. Lloyd. Chief U.S. District Judge Joseph F. Anderson, Jr., sentenced James M. Short, 59, to twelve months and one day in prison. (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 22:01:35 GMT)

New Strategy Rapidly Identifies Cancer Targets
In a step toward personalized medicine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator Brian J. Druker and colleagues have developed a new technique to identify previously unknown genetic mutations that can trigger cancerous growth. By analyzing the proteins -- instead of the genes -- inside acute myeloid leukemia (AML) cells, the researchers have dramatically reduced the time it takes to zero in (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 22:06:14 GMT)

New Strategy Rapidly Identifies Cancer Targets
In a step toward personalized medicine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator Brian J. Druker and colleagues have developed a new technique to identify previously unknown genetic mutations that can trigger cancerous growth. By analyzing the proteins -- instead of the genes -- inside acute myeloid leukemia (AML) cells, the researchers have dramatically reduced the time it takes to zero in (Mon, 17 Jul 2006 22:06:14 GMT)

Latest Retail Niche: Clinics
Healthcare operators are gearing up to add thousands of storefront sites offering quick aid. (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 07:15:36 GMT)

Medical treatment
If someone has tried conventional medicine and wants to try something else, that should be his right. For too long we've been told that prescription medication in Canada and Mexico could kill us. Where do they think these countries get the medication? From the pharmaceutical companies. (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 08:41:15 GMT)

Alternative medicine offers options for fertility treatments
After three years of trying to conceive and three failed attempts at in vitro fertilization, Tracey Carroll, 33, desperately turned to the East for help. She sought the needles and herbs of an acupuncturist. (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 10:15:21 GMT)

Music makes good medicine
DYLAN KAULUKOU-CHANG banged drums, played a piano, shook a tambourine. A drumstick served as his microphone. Typical behavior, you'd think, for a kid turned loose in a roomful of musical instruments. But Dylan is autistic, and such freedom of expression is normally difficult for him. (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 11:24:50 GMT)

HP Shrinks Wireless With 'Memory Spot'
Hewlett-Packard demonstrated a new chip this week which they suggest will be the smarter alternative to RFID. The memory chip is smaller than a grain of rice, but may store up to half a megabyte (four megabits) of information. The chip also has wireless capabilities and features a built-in antenna in that tiny size. The Memory Spot is powered by inductive coupling; an electromagnetic field (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 15:34:39 GMT)

StarMed Group, Inc. Continues to Grow With Another Wellness Center Opening in Santa Ana, CA
StarMed Group, Inc. (OTCBB: SMEG) announcedtoday that it has opened a new wellness center in association with theMothers and Daughters Medical Clinic located at 801 N. Tustin Ave., SantaAna, CA. StarMed Wellness Centers provide their clients with a full rangeof preventative, traditional medical and alternative treatments. All aredirected towards existing health problems that affect the great (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 15:56:18 GMT)

Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol Reaches Blood At Protective Levels
Two recent studies offer new evidence suggesting an alternative form of natural vitamin E can be taken by mouth and will reach the blood in humans at levels determined to protect against stroke and other diseases.Vitamin E occurs naturally in eight different forms. The primary vitamin E on drugstore shelves is called tocopherol, or TCP. [click link for full article] (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 17:03:38 GMT)

Interventions to Facilitate Smoking Cessation
KOLAWOLE S. OKUYEMI, M.D., M.P.H., University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota NICOLE L. NOLLEN, PH.D., University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 21:51:20 GMT)

Industry MTR solution offers lower prices sooner
Vodafone NZ CEO Russell Stanners today announced an alternative commercial solution to the regulation of Mobile Termination Rates proposed by the Commerce Commission. (Tue, 18 Jul 2006 22:27:12 GMT)

After the Veto: Placental Cells?
Congress passes a bill that would open up federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research, but President Bush promises to veto it. Some researchers say placental stem cells could be a good alternative. By Gretchen Cuda. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 06:11:36 GMT)

Depressed, anxious older people turn more often to alternative medicine --- HealthandAge
Mental state seems to be a factor in the popularity of complementary and alternative medicine, say researchers. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), such as herbal medicine, acupuncture or meditation, is popular among older people. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 08:28:56 GMT)

New devices helps high blood pressure
RICHMOND, Va. -- It's a condition that can lead to stroke, heart failure, kidney disease and even death. We're talking about high blood pressure. Until now, medications have been the only way to control it. But an investigational device may offer some patients a welcome alternative. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 14:12:38 GMT)

Tooth Cell Bank Offers Alternative to Fetal Stem Cell Harvesting
The stem cells found in children's primary teeth are a viable, ethical, and morally non-controversial alternative to the possibilities offered by embryonic stem cells. BioEDEN, Inc. was founded on this premise. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 15:23:00 GMT)

Tooth Cell Bank Offers Alternative to Fetal Stem Cell Harvesting
The stem cells found in children's primary teeth are a viable, ethical, and morally non-controversial alternative to the possibilities offered by embryonic stem cells. BioEDEN, Inc. was founded on this premise. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 18:11:21 GMT)

Tooth Cell Bank Offers Alternative to Fetal Stem Cell Harvesting
The stem cells found inchildren's primary teeth are a viable, ethical, and morallynon-controversial alternative to the possibilities offered by embryonicstem cells. BioEDEN, Inc.was founded on this premise. Registered with the FDA, BioEDEN is the firsttooth cell bank in the world to offer cellular isolation and storageservices for these valuable tooth cells. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 19:28:46 GMT)

Bush uses first-ever veto to kill stem cell bill
President George W. Bush used his first-ever veto to block legislation that would have expanded US funding for embryonic stem cell research. (Wed, 19 Jul 2006 22:04:06 GMT)

After the Veto: Placental Cells?
Congress passes a bill that would open up federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research, but President Bush promises to veto it. Some researchers say placental stem cells could be a good alternative. By Gretchen Cuda. Plus: Stem-Cell Cheat Sheet (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 00:07:29 GMT)

ACUPUNCTURE AND CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE
Clear out your medicine cabinet for more useful things like deodorant, condoms and toothpaste and try an alternative way to get rid of aches and pains. Every Mon, Thu, Fri & Sat, Wellpoint Oriental Medicine, 255 S. 17th St., 215-275-9705. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 01:20:48 GMT)

Hope for Alzheimer's patch
A patch that delivers Alzheimer's medicine may reduce gastrointestinal side effects and simplify drug-taking for patients and their caregivers. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 05:21:05 GMT)

The Perfect Vision of Dr. V.
"The health-care business is so bad. Alternative models are needed." - Dr. Natchiar , director of business development, Aravind Eye Hospital (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 05:29:01 GMT)

Magnetism And Mimicry Of Nature Hold Hope For Better Medicine, Environmental Safety
Critical advances in medicine and environmental protection promise to emerge from a new method for biochemical analysis of fluids developed by an international science team led in part by Arizona State University researchers. Called "digital magnetofluidics," it promises more rapid, more accurate and less costly analyses of water and biological fluids -- blood, urine, saliva -- that require only (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 14:06:34 GMT)

Uganda: Coping Without Money to Buy Medicine
Twenty-seven year old Jackline Namande, a mother of three, visited Uganda's largest referral hospital, Mulago, to seek treatment for a stubborn respiratory infection and was given a prescription for antibiotics, only to be told she had to pay for each capsule and she needed 10. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 14:08:27 GMT)

More Alternative Medicine Services In U.S. Hospitals
Dave Burnstein reports you can get complementary and alternative medicine at a growing number of American hospitals. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 22:00:49 GMT)

Tooth Bank Sings Praises of Stem Cell Alternative
A company has been founded based on the premise that the stem cells found in children's primary teeth are a viable, and less controversial, alternative to the possibilities offered by embryonic stem cells. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 22:11:27 GMT)

U.S. Hospitals Offering Alternative Medicine
More than one in four U.S. hospitals now offer alternative and complementary therapies, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, and massage therapy. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 22:14:37 GMT)

Alternative Medicine Goes Mainstream
More than 25 percent of U.S. hospitals now offer alternative and complementary therapies, such as acupuncture, yoga, homeopathy, and massage therapy, a new survey of nearly 1,400 U.S. hospitals shows. (Thu, 20 Jul 2006 22:58:23 GMT)

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