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Alternative Medicine News Sep 2006

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New Celebrex Study: Unlocking Colon Cancer With Key Of Prevention
An international team of scientists reports that a single 400-milligram daily dose of celecoxib, commonly called Celebrex and manufactured by Pfizer, significantly reduced recurrence of adenomas -- or pre-malignant colon tumors -- within three years of previous adenoma removal. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 04:04:07 GMT)

Fountain of youth or risky medicine?
Chances are your last visit to your general practitioner included a series of traditional tests and examinations conducted to establish the health of all your major organs and overall well-being. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 06:03:51 GMT)

Shea enjoys the outdoors
While Molly Shea balances work at a downtown restaurant and school in Fort Defiance, she's making pre-med plans for the future. But there's more to Molly than math and science: she's also an outdoors lover and an avid singer with a taste for 90s alternative rock. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 08:56:47 GMT)

Study says alcohol ads target youth
Half of promotions on radio in programs favored by the young About half of the alcohol advertising on radio is aired during youth-oriented programs, according to a new study that suggests beer and liquor companies are not abiding by a self-imposed ban on advertising to teens. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 10:31:03 GMT)

Concern over menopause remedies
Women who swap hormone replacement therapy for alternative therapies to treat menopause symptoms risk harming themselves, doctors say. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 12:01:49 GMT)

Massage Therapy: Magic or Medicine? -- ThirdAge
Massage Therapy: Magic or Medicine? We don't know who gave the first massage or why. But we do know that massage is an ancient art that dates back to the dawn of civilization. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 13:43:29 GMT)

German farmers discover Chinese herbs as cash crop
Struggling farmers in Bavaria are turning to herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine as a cash crop - with excellent results. Mathias Neigenfind meets the farmers growing an unconventional crop. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 15:47:14 GMT)

Health, mental health, sexual health, complementary and alternative medicine advice on handbag.com
How much is too much? The case for and against How dependent are you on the booze? (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 16:33:09 GMT)

Side Effects May Sideline New Osteoporosis Drugs
FRIDAY, Sept. 1 (HealthDay News) -- Experimental osteoporosis drugs called estrens do not perform as well as researchers had hoped, new animal studies suggest. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 21:02:57 GMT)

Gene Therapy Completely Suppresses Ovarian Cancer Growth In Animal Model
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers have used gene therapy to either completely abolish or significantly inhibit tumor progression in a mouse model of ovarian cancer. The researchers, therefore, believe gene therapy may significantly improve the prognosis for ovarian cancer patients. (Fri, 01 Sep 2006 22:04:28 GMT)

Doctors healing with medicine, Christ
A small but growing number of doctors' practices around the country are tailoring the care they provide to the religious beliefs of their doctors, including what one calls ''the best of modern medicine with the healing presence of Jesus Christ.'' (Sat, 02 Sep 2006 00:01:06 GMT)

Weekend full of Labor Day activities
A full slate of activities is planned for the Labor Day weekend for residents and visitors looking for an alternative to cooking out in the backyard, lounging around the swimming pool or lying on the beach. (Sat, 02 Sep 2006 05:16:06 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, 02 Sep 2006 18:16:20 GMT)

A helping hand for distressed workers
CANNED goods, rice, toiletries and second-hand clothes, collected from members of the community, were donated by the Filipino Club Alternative Medicine Group to distressed workers at the Philippine Embassy's shelter in Zinj. (Sun, 03 Sep 2006 00:25:45 GMT)

Rain allows Agassi to score extra rest
NEW YORK – Andre Agassi stopped by the U.S. Open grounds Saturday for some practice, therapy and what has become a daily injection of anti-inflammatory medicine. (Sun, 03 Sep 2006 10:16:47 GMT)

For Low-risk Women, Risk Of Death May Be Higher For Babies Delivered By Cesarean
For mothers at low risk, infant and neonatal mortality rates are higher among infants delivered by cesarean section than for those delivered vaginally in the United States, according to recent research published in the latest issue of Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care. (Sun, 03 Sep 2006 22:04:07 GMT)

Knowledge is a Healer
By Rajen M. THERE are clear gaps in our healthcare system and this could well complemented by holistic medicine. Holistic medicine is the cluster of healing arts - both modern and ancient. (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 06:11:03 GMT)

New Clinical Data Shows Enoxaparin Significantly Reduces the Risk of Repeat Heart Attacks and Stroke
Results of the PCI-ExTRACT-TIMI 25 study announced today at the World Congress of Cardiology-European Society of Cardiology 2006 in Barcelona, showed that among patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) who initially received fibrinolytic therapy and adjunctive antithrombotic therapy with either enoxaparin or unfractionated heparin and subsequently underwent PCI, the (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 06:57:21 GMT)

Lawmaker to raise money for organ research with motorcycle ride
Rep. Dale Folwell plans to spend the next month on a motorcycle trying to raise awareness about organ regeneration the same way he often works bills through the Legislature -- using numbers. (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 06:58:55 GMT)

Results of World Congress of Cardiology study promising
(Full text of a statement. Contact details below.) Barcelona, (ANTARA News/PRNewswire-AsiaNet) Results of the PCI-ExTRACT Sub-Study. Results of the PCI-ExTRACT-TIMI 25 study announced today at the World Congress of Cardiology-European Society of Cardiology 2006 in Barcelona, showed that among patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) who initially received fibrinolytic (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 07:42:43 GMT)

Man's Web site helps him, others cope
SWARTZ CREEK - As the words of a song called "Medicine" pierced through his cluttered, poster-plastered bedroom, Zachary Odette clicked on a computer mouse. (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 13:33:36 GMT)

Doctor converts to alternative medicine after own ills are cured
In 1992, Dr. Audrey Butko's back pain wouldn't go away. The general practitioner tried physical therapy, chiropractic and medication, all to no avail. (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 13:57:10 GMT)

Seeking the practical side of cleansing the soul
Five years ago, Kalena Thiessen was looking for a better solution. She was in pain from chronic fatigue and from her thyroid and no matter what she did modern medicine wasn't helping. (Mon, 04 Sep 2006 14:07:10 GMT)

India drug gives Alzheimer's hope
Scientists are examining using the ancient Indian ayurvedic medicine for use in drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease. (Tue, 05 Sep 2006 07:04:05 GMT)

Manila court allows Imelda Marcos to leave RP
THE Manila City regional trial court has allowed former first lady Imelda Marcos to travel to Hong Kong and China to seek alternative treatment for her recurring dry cough and ailing knees. (Tue, 05 Sep 2006 09:37:52 GMT)

Surface Metrology for Stent and Implant Manufacturing
Implanted devices and prostheses have revolutionized many branches of medicine. (Tue, 05 Sep 2006 15:34:26 GMT)

RTC allows Imelda to leave for HK
Based on "humanitarian considerations," a Manila regional trial court (RTC) judge yesterday granted former First Lady Imelda Marcos’ request to travel to Hong Kong to seek alternative medication for her cough and knee problems. (Tue, 05 Sep 2006 16:52:35 GMT)

Cell-regulating gene may predict survival outcomes for breast cancer patients
(New York, New York--August 28, 2006) – A study led by researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine has shown that a cell-regulating gene overexpressed in about 30 to 50 percent of all breast cancers is associated with a better chance of survival and increased sensitivity to a cancer-fighting drug. (Tue, 05 Sep 2006 20:09:14 GMT)

Cell-Regulating Gene May Predict Survival Outcomes for Breast Cancer Patients
A study led by researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine has shown that a cell-regulating gene overexpressed in about 30 to 50 percent of all breast cancers is associated with a better chance of survival and increased sensitivity to a cancer-fighting drug. The study appears in the September 6 issue of Journal of the National Cancer Institute. (Tue, 05 Sep 2006 21:24:38 GMT)

Ailing Imelda allowed to go abroad to seek treatment (9:50 a.m.)
MANILA -- The Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) has granted a motion of former First Lady Imelda Marcos for leave to travel to Hong Kong for 30 days to get an alternative medicine for various ailments, including a recurring dry cough and persistent knee problem. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 02:03:46 GMT)

Justice Kennedy Has Stent Implanted
Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy underwent surgery to clear a blocked blood vessel near his heart during the Labor Day weekend, the court announced yesterday. But the court said there was no damage to his heart and Kennedy has returned to work. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 07:13:40 GMT)

Justice Kennedy Has Stent Implanted
Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy underwent surgery to clear a blocked blood vessel near his heart during the Labor Day weekend, the court announced yesterday. But the court said there was no damage to his heart and Kennedy has returned to work. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 12:18:45 GMT)

International Accord Gives U.S. Firm Rights to Stem Cell Liver Cure
Stem Cell RegenCo, a Silicon Valley, California company, and IIBM, one of the world's top stem cell research groups, have entered into an exclusive joint venture giving liver damage patients a crucial alternative to a dangerous and uncertain liver transplant. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 12:40:00 GMT)

Scientists, Nobel Laureate Ask Mbeki to Dismiss Health Minister
More than 80 scientists including a Nobel laureate in medicine are urging South African President Thabo Mbeki to fire the country's controversial health minister. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 15:20:34 GMT)

Virgin olive oil deemed especially heart healthy
When it comes to heart health, virgin olive oil may have an edge over other vegetable fats, new research suggests. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 16:34:29 GMT)

Ailing Imelda allowed to go abroad to seek medical treatment
THE Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) has granted a motion of former First Lady Imelda Marcos for leave to travel to Hong Kong for 30 days to get an alternative medicine for various ailments, including a recurring dry cough and persistent knee problem. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 17:16:46 GMT)

An Alternative Therapy Conference Reveals the Deep Divide Over Treatment Approaches
BURLINGTON — Politicians from opposite ends of the spectrum may be able to put differences aside to participate in an autism conference this weekend, but those with conflicting ideas about the best way to treat the condition apparently cannot. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 18:18:46 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! (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 18:27:46 GMT)

AIDS experts demand S.Africa's Mbeki fire minister
More than 80 international scientists, including a Nobel laureate, have appealed to South Africa's president to fire his controversial health minister for what they say are "pseudo-scientific" policies on AIDS. (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 18:57:18 GMT)

The power of philanthropy
When the black SUV crested the hill and stopped near a cluster of low buildings in the desolate Rwandan village of Rwinkwavu, a crowd of people cheered and the cameras started to roll. Showtime. Paul Kagame, the tall, cave-chested President of Rwanda, alighted from the driver's seat, and Bill Clinton, thinner than he used to be and ruddy in a brightly checked shirt, emerged from the passenger's (Wed, 06 Sep 2006 21:57:07 GMT)

Alternative Medicine: Maintaining bone health with food
The typical American diet is a major factor in weakening bones. Eating too many acid-forming foods (protein, refined flours, sugars) and inadequate alkalizing foods to balance (fruits, vegetables, seaweeds) may exacerbate bone loss. (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 00:40:34 GMT)

New U.S. directive for treating detainees, More oil found in Gulf
September 7, 2006 (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 02:01:13 GMT)

Institute of Progressive Medicine Facilitates IMULUX Herpes Challenge
Institute of Progressive Medicine will facilitate the IMULUX million dollar herpes challenge. (PRWEB Sep 7, 2006) Trackback URL: http://www.prweb.com/chachingpr. (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 07:45:07 GMT)

Institute of Progressive Medicine Facilitates IMULUX Herpes Challenge
(PRWEB) September 7, 2006 -- Imulux Ltd has recently challenged the scientific community to disprove its findings of the complete healing of genital and oral herpes virus infections using a patented energy medicine treatment protocol. (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 12:00:00 GMT)

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes the STEEPLE Study Which Demonstrated Superior Safety Profile of
The New England Journal of Medicine publishes the international STEEPLE trial (Safety and Efficacy of Enoxaparin in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention : (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 12:00:00 GMT)

Alternative medicine goes mainstream
Two years ago today, the Cleveland Clinic Center for Integrative Medicine in Broadview Heights opened its doors to a trickle of patients -- about four or five a week. (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 12:45:55 GMT)

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes the STEEPLE Study Which Demonstrated Superior Safety Profile of
BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Sept. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCa (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 16:08:52 GMT)

Mind-body Connection: How Central Nervous System Regulates Arthritis
In a unique approach to inflammation research, a study by researchers at UCSD School of Medicine shows that, in a model of rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation in the joints can be sensed and modulated by the central nervous system (CNS). The research suggests that the CNS can profoundly influence immune responses, and may even contribute to understanding so-called placebo effects and the role of (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 16:15:07 GMT)

Virgin Olive Oil Deemed Especially Heart Healthy
When it comes to heart health, virgin olive oil may have an edge over other vegetable fats, new research suggests. Reporting in the Annals of Internal Medicine, European researchers say virgin olive (Thu, 07 Sep 2006 19:56:58 GMT)

Pocono Record - Story
WIND GAP — A young man named Corey, 16, was gluing together a six-sided wooden box in his Wednesday construction class at Colonial Academy, a new alternative school. (Fri, 08 Sep 2006 04:38:53 GMT)

Universities all across Ohio are billing their students millions of dollars for programs in which most of them will
Alternative medicine has always fascinated me. I don't mean generic prescription drugs, which offer a cheaper alternative to the high costs of medication. I mean alternatives to the western medicine that has been crammed down our throats in a creamy, sherry flavored syrup since we were young enough to enjoy Flintstone vitamins. (Fri, 08 Sep 2006 04:46:12 GMT)

Vigilance may help reduce drug errors
Judy Foreman -- Medical Matters Every year, more than 1.5 million Americans are harmed by medication errors - preventable mistakes that cost the country well in excess of $3.5 billion to treat, according to a report this summer by the Institute of Medicine, a group of scientists that advises the government. (Fri, 08 Sep 2006 07:34:51 GMT)

Patently unfair
On the top floor of a drab apartment building on the edge of New Delhi, Ram Meher, 35, is taking his AIDS medicine, as he has every day for the past three years. Meher is a struggling wheat and sugarcane farmer who sold one of his three acres in 2003 for money to buy antiretroviral pills, which cost $125 a month. Before that he was swindled out of $477 by a traditional healer claiming to have a (Fri, 08 Sep 2006 10:12:53 GMT)

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes the STEEPLE Study Which Demonstrated Superior Safety Profile of
The New England Journal of Medicine publishes the international STEEPLE trial (Safety and Efficacy of Enoxaparin in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention : An International Randomized Evaluation), which showed that a single intravenous bolus of enoxaparin of 0.5 mg/kg is associated with significantly less bleeding, and both studied doses were associated with more predictable anticoagulation levels (Fri, 08 Sep 2006 20:35:00 GMT)

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes the STEEPLE Study Which Demonstrated Superior Safety Profile of
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Superior Safety Profile Of LOVENOX(r) Vs. Unfractionated Heparin (UFH) In Patients Undergoing Non-Emergent Percutaneous
The New England Journal of Medicine publishes the international STEEPLE trial (Safety and Efficacy of Enoxaparin in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI): An International Randomized Evaluation), which showed that a single intravenous bolus ofenoxaparin of 0. [click link for full article] (Sat, 09 Sep 2006 07:10:54 GMT)

Ironman Wisconsin Triathlon: Fortney runs away from his problems
The pain in his back, legs and feet was so excruciating at one point in 2004 - the result of complications following back surgery the year before - that a frustrated Darren Fortney turned to alternative medicine: running. (Sun, 10 Sep 2006 04:46:33 GMT)

Academy prepares difficult kids to return to mainstream
WIND GAP, Pa. - A young man named Corey, 16, was gluing together a six-sided wooden box in his construction class at Colonial Academy, a new alternative school. (Sun, 10 Sep 2006 10:14:47 GMT)

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes the STEEPLE Study
The New England Journal of Medicine publishes the international STEEPLE trial (Safety and Efficacy of Enoxaparin in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI): An International Randomized Evaluation), which showed that a single intravenous bolus of enoxaparin of 0.5 mg/kg is associated with significantly less bleeding, and both studied doses were associated with more predictable anticoagulation (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 02:57:23 GMT)

When to move? Ask yourself many questions
Are you juggling doing errands for your aging parents, your children, yourself and working at the same time? Are you tired, stressed out and upset that your once vibrant parent is now frail and needy? (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 03:04:07 GMT)

Zen School of Shiatsu Showcases New London Venue with Open Evening and Video Show Friday Sept. 29
The London home of Zen Shiatsu makes a quantum leap to bigger, better and permanent premises at 68 Great Eastern Street London EC2. Training walks the line between esoteric healing and complementary therapy recognized as one of the most powerful forms of stress relief in alternative medicine. (PRWEB Sep 11, 2006) Trackback URI: (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 07:14:45 GMT)

I've witnessed a little miracle
Daniel Hannan argued against treating his daughter's eczema in a French spa. He's glad he lost… (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 09:08:57 GMT)

Compounds In Cranberry Juice Show Promise As Alternatives To Antibiotics
A group of tannins found primarily in cranberries and cranberry juice show promise as alternatives to antibiotics due to their ability to transform E. coli bacteria in ways that render them unable to adhere to cells, a necessary first step in all infections. The tannins can change the shape of the bacteria from rods to spheres, alter their cell membranes, and prevent them from approaching cells, (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 10:03:47 GMT)

Drug Can Quickly Mobilize An Army Of Cells To Repair Injury
To speed healing at sites of injury -- such as heart muscle after a heart attack or brain tissue after a stroke -- doctors would like to hasten the formation of new blood vessels. One approach is to "mobilize" patients' blood vessel-forming cells, called angiogenic cells. Recently, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis demonstrated that a drug called AMD3100 can (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 10:04:17 GMT)

Pushing modern medicine at 33
IN the 1960s when many doctors were starting to leave the country for better work opportunities abroad, Dr. Victor R. Potenciano decided to stay. With his friends and relatives, he established the Polymedic General Hospital (now called the VRP Medical Center). (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 14:47:32 GMT)

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD
Crisis Center Alexandra provides legal assistance and counseling to victims of domestic violence. English speaking staff. 12-ya liniya V.O. 13-a, St. Petersburg 101002. Call 320-6724 (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 21:22:44 GMT)

Pfizer Celebrex Lawsuits - 1500 and Counting
The first Celebrex trial, originally set for June 6, 2006, has been delayed indefinitely, reportedly to give attorneys more time to gather information. Although no new trial date has been set, legal analysts now predict that Celebrex trials will begin in early 2007. (Mon, 11 Sep 2006 22:44:54 GMT)

Ethnicity And Cancer Susceptibility
Researchers have uncovered how a genetic variation present in ethnic groups from around the equator may influence cancer susceptibility. The findings have implications for pharmacogenetics, the study of how inherited variations may affect drug metabolism and response, and present a target for future 'designer' cancer therapies. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 04:03:47 GMT)

Paranormal beliefs, from prophetic dreams to Atlantis
Millions of Americans, particularly women, share paranormal beliefs and experiences "that don't fit under any religious umbrella," says Christopher Bader, one of the Baylor University sociologists analyzing the Baylor Religion Survey. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 05:03:42 GMT)

The long and short of it
Ever tried to trim your dog's or cat's toenails? Based on your pet's previous experiences of this sort, it could easily turn into a wrestling match. "Most dogs don't like to have their nails trimmed," said Dr. Randi Olson. "It's one of the areas they're uncomfortable with." (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 06:01:02 GMT)

Ah, there's the rub
Faced with a painful operation for a shoulder problem, Hal Robinson found an alternative that he says helped him avoid surgery. "Massage therapy was, for me, almost a salvation," Robinson says. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:35:31 GMT)

American Specialty Health Brings New Complementary and Alternative Health Benefits to Employers in Idaho
American Specialty Health , the nation's leader in complementary health care, is giving Idaho employers a new opportunity to provide their employees with insurance benefits for complementary and alternative health care. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 10:00:00 GMT)

Tight Control of Type 1 Diabetes: Recommendations for Patients
STEPHEN HAVAS, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois THOMAS DONNER, M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 13:44:23 GMT)

Fuels in focus
The hunt for alternative fuels is hotting up as the price of crude oil rises and supplies come under threat. Some geologists have said that 2005 was the last year of "cheap oil", with major shortages and increasingly severe blackouts beginning around 2008. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 14:13:11 GMT)

PENN Medicine News: Penn Study Suggests a New Type of Pain Reliever That May Benefit the Heart
(Philadelphia, PA) - Building on previous work, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that deleting an inflammation enzyme in a mouse model of heart disease slowed the development of atherosclerosis. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 14:41:39 GMT)

New, herbal medicine shows some potential
Chiang Mai _ A new herbal medicine has shown some promise as an alternative treatment for people with HIV/Aids who are not eligible under the 30-baht healthcare scheme to receive the anti-Aids drug GPO-VIR. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 20:08:09 GMT)

Penn Study Suggests a New Type of Pain Reliever That May Benefit the Heart
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that deleting an inflammation enzyme in a mouse model of heart disease slowed the development of atherosclerosis. (Tue, 12 Sep 2006 20:23:51 GMT)

Penn study suggests a new type of pain reliever that may benefit the heart
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that deleting an inflammation enzyme in a mouse model of heart disease slowed the development of atherosclerosis. (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 01:21:56 GMT)

The War Over Salt
The nation?s largest doctors? group wants the government and the food industry to reduce what it sees as a persistently high level of salt in many processed foods. (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 03:58:41 GMT)

FLAVORx Announces Nationwide Campaign to Address Dangers of Food & Drug Interaction
Whether it be deliberate or accidental, almost all people mix medicine and food at some time. The danger, however, exists that a medication's effects can be altered by the components of certain food and drinks. Food & drug interaction can interfere with the body's response to a medication, oftentimes critically increasing or decreasing drug levels in the body. Therefore, FLAVORx Inc, the (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 07:47:26 GMT)

New Type Of Pain Reliever May Benefit The Heart
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that deleting an inflammation enzyme in a mouse model of heart disease slowed the development of atherosclerosis. What's more, the composition of the animals' blood vessels showed that the disease process had not only slowed, but also stabilized. This study points to the possibility of a new class of nonsteroidal (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 10:04:27 GMT)

Physician, fool thyself
Can believing in a cure make it work? That question has long bedeviled researchers, who labor to rule out the placebo effect when they test new drugs. Yet there may be real value - as well as new hope for the sick - in what has long been dismissed as snake oil. (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 11:57:59 GMT)

REMINDER: ORLive Presents: Endovascular Repair of Descending Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm -- Minimally Invasive Alternative
Surgeons from the Keck School of Medicinefrom the University of Southern California in Los Angeles will perform liveon www.OR-Live.com an endovascular repair of a descending thoracic aorticaneurysm with the GORE TAG® Thoracic Endoprosthesis on Wednesday,September 13, 2006 at 4 PM PDT. (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 15:31:45 GMT)

REMINDER: ORLive Presents: Endovascular Repair of Descending Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm -- Minimally Invasive Alternative
Surgeons from the Keck School of Medicine from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles will perform live on www.OR-Live.com an endovascular repair of a descending thoracic aortic aneurysm with the GORE TAG(R) Thoracic Endoprosthesis on Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 4 PM PDT. (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 16:40:13 GMT)

Wis. farm has third rare white buffalo
A farm in Wisconsin is quickly becoming hallowed ground again for American Indians with the birth of its third white buffalo, an animal considered sacred by many tribes for its potential to bring good fortune and peace. (Wed, 13 Sep 2006 23:13:50 GMT)

Alternative Medicine: To fu or not to fu: What is the question?
Soybeans contain healthy plant compounds called phytoestrogens. They are a good, non-cholesterol protein source, a natural source of lecithin, and high in essential fatty acids, including omega-3. (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 00:34:18 GMT)

Report pleads for a united front against childhood obesity
About 20% of children in the USA will be obese by 2010 if dramatic steps aren't taken to halt childhood obesity, says a report released Wednesday by the prestigious Institute of Medicine. (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 01:11:59 GMT)

HEALTHY DOUBTS / Wallace Sampson / Alternative medicine doesn't exist and acupuncture is useless, he says
While his views may not be popular in Northern California, Wallace Sampson, clinical professor emeritus of medicine at Stanford University and editor in chief of the Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, is frank about his thoughts about alternative... (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 03:27:48 GMT)

'This is where children get healed'
While the bitter taste of antiretrovirals may cause some young children to vomit, the lingering taste helps 11-year old Thumi* remember to take her medicine. Thumi will have to take four tablets, twice a day, for the rest of her life. (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 06:25:11 GMT)

U of I study disavowed by medical journal
A pain medicine journal wrote a scathing editorial about an acupuncture study it published that was written by University of Iowa researchers, citing... (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 09:22:17 GMT)

Calgenex Names Joseph Jacobs, M.D., As Consulting Medical Director
Calgenex Corporation today announced that Joseph Jacobs, M.D., MBA, has joined the nutraceutical and personal care products company in the position of Consulting Medical Director. Dr. Jacobs straddles the bridge between conventional and alternative therapies. (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 15:18:53 GMT)

Spleen may be target of successful therapy for lupus
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine have found clues that might lead to better treatment of lupus, showing that the spleen is the likely source of cells that are the origin of the disease. (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 16:13:49 GMT)

Spleen May Be Target of Successful Therapy for Lupus
Researchers at UCSD School of Medicine have found clues that might lead to better treatment of lupus, showing that the spleen is the likely source of cells that are the origin of the disease. Michael Karin, Ph.D., professor pharmacology in UCSD's Laboratory of Gene Regulation and Signal Transduction, led the study to be published on line September 14 in advance of publication in the September (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 17:24:36 GMT)

ProfNet Wire: Health & Medicine: Medicare Reform and Primary Care
1) Keep Skin Looking 'pHresh' and 'pHlawless' This Season; 2) Scheduled Medicare Cuts Will Set Back Access to Physicians; 3) Technology Helps Keep Heart Patients Alive; 4) Heavy Backpacks a Weighty Load for Children to Bear; 5) Tips for Replacing Sugary Beverages to Help Kids (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 21:24:46 GMT)

Acupuncture more effective for treating back pain than traditional methods on the NHS
Traditional Chinese acupuncture has more to offer 21st century sufferers of back pain than anything modern medicine can provide, researchers report today. (Thu, 14 Sep 2006 23:48:44 GMT)

The Clarks headline Rock the House
Music enthusiasts can rock out on Saturday to Pittsburgh band The Clarks at the fourth annual Rock the House at Greenhouse Park in Tire Hill. The day long music concert will benefit Integrative Medicine Advisory Committee (IMAC), said Mark Lux, co-founder of Rock the House. (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 06:50:23 GMT)

Cancer ordeal inspires Ashara to raise funds
A FAITH in alternative healing did not mean saying no to conventional medicine for a Trowbridge woman who has battled against cancer. (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 09:56:59 GMT)

Molecule Helps Cells Plug Leaks Following Lung Injury
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine have identified a molecule that plays a critical role in the recovery of lung tissue following severe injury. (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 10:05:55 GMT)

Black-Bone Silky Fowl: An Odd Bird With Meat To Crow About
Chemists have developed a simple and effective method to measure the levels of carnosine in chicken, and have used it to show that unusually high levels of carnosine exist in Black-Bone Silky Fowl. This odd-looking chicken is revered in traditional Chinese medicine, and the finding may help to establish a scientific basis for long-standing beliefs about the healthful nature of Black-Bone Silky (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 10:06:07 GMT)

Spleen May Be Target Of Successful Therapy For Lupus
UCSD School of Medicine have found clues that might lead to better treatment of lupus, showing that the spleen is the likely source of cells that are the origin of the disease. Michael Karin, Ph.D., professor pharmacology in UCSD's Laboratory of Gene Regulation and Signal Transduction, led the study to be published online Sept. 14 in advance of publication in the September issue of the journal (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 10:07:24 GMT)

TRADITIONAL, ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE WORKSHOP SLATED FOR TAICHUNG
Taipei, Sept. 15 (CNA) The 2006 International Traditional and Alternative Medicine Workshop is scheduled to be held in Taichung City, central Taiwan, Sept. 19 - Oct. 2, with the participation of medical officials and specialists from 22 of Taiwan's diplomatic allies. (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 10:31:39 GMT)

Test Can Predict Spread Of Eye Cancer To Liver
Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed a method to predict whether melanoma of the eye will spread to the liver, where it quickly turns deadly. They also believe the molecular screening test may one day help determine the prognosis of patients with some types of skin melanoma. (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 22:04:01 GMT)

Cherrix says he has begun "integrative" treatment for cancer
GREENWOOD, Miss. - Abraham Cherrix, the 16-year-old Eastern Shore boy who fought in court for the right to use alternative methods to treat his cancer, announced today that he has started a new ''integrative'' . . . (Fri, 15 Sep 2006 22:45:23 GMT)

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Researchers find drug for diabetes yields prevention
Some experts warn that it is not cure-all People at high risk for developing Type 2 diabetes may be able to reduce their risk by as much as 60 percent with a drug already prescribed to treat the rapidly increasing disease, according to a study reported Friday in the online versions of the New England Journal of Medicine and the British medical journal The Lancet. (Sat, 16 Sep 2006 10:44:14 GMT)

New Type Of Pain Reliever That May Benefit The Heart Suggested By Penn Study
Building on previous work, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that deleting an inflammation enzyme in a mouse model of heart disease slowed the development of atherosclerosis. What's more, the composition of the animals' blood vessels showed that the disease process had not only slowed, but also stabilized. [click link for full article] (Sat, 16 Sep 2006 12:09:57 GMT)

Spleen May Be Target Of Successful Therapy For Lupus
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine have found clues that might lead to better treatment of lupus, showing that the spleen is the likely source of cells that are the origin of the disease. Michael Karin, Ph.D. [click link for full article] (Sat, 16 Sep 2006 12:10:08 GMT)

Cell-regulating Gene May Predict Survival Outcomes For Breast Cancer Patients
A study led by researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine has shown that a cell-regulating gene overexpressed in about 30 to 50 percent of all breast cancers is associated with a better chance of survival and increased sensitivity to a cancer-fighting drug. (Sat, 16 Sep 2006 22:19:51 GMT)

Can Prayer Heal What Ails You?
SUNDAY, Sept. 17 (HealthDay News) -- Whenever a loved one suffers a health crisis, well-wishers often pass on the heartfelt promise that they'll "pray for you." (Sun, 17 Sep 2006 13:02:28 GMT)

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Brazilian TCM Doctors Try to Thread the Needle
By Erik Nilsson A big group of Brazilian doctors specializing in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have come to Beijing to learn the finer points of acupuncture, cultivate their understanding of Chinese herbology and get a better grip on the techniques of medical massage. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 01:11:23 GMT)

Movers
ADVERTISING/ PUBLIC RELATIONS GrupoUno, an integrated marketing communications firm that serves Latin America, has hired Marcelo Salup as senior vice president and director of marketing. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 07:11:03 GMT)

Get An MRI While You Shop
Radiology Center Housed In Mall Offers Alternative To Hospital Setting Between a pedicure and hitting the sale at Kohl's or catching a movie at the Mansfield Movieplex, you can get that MRI you've been needing at East Brook Mall. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 09:38:00 GMT)

Mind can be powerful pain reliever, studies show
DALLAS — Because human misery can’t be measured with an X-ray or blood test, the only true gauge of pain lies inside the mind. Acceptance of alternative medicine has soared from a generation ago, with pain sufferers leading the way. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 11:56:11 GMT)

Get An MRI While You Shop: Radiology Center Housed In Mall Offers Alternative To Hospital Setting
By Stephanie Summers, The Hartford Courant, Conn. Sep. 18--MANSFIELD -- Between a pedicure and hitting the sale at Kohl's or catching a movie at the Mansfield Movieplex, you can get that MRI you've been needing at East Brook Mall. Dr. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 13:20:31 GMT)

Healia(R) Health Search Engine Launches
Healia (www.healia.com) announced today the availability of its free service to consumers. Healia is a significant advancement in health search engine technology, delivering the highest-quality and personalized health information to consumers. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 15:09:42 GMT)

On Biz: Alternative medicine practitioners make moves
Holistic Nutrition for the Whole You and Roseburg Acupuncture each have a new location under the same Roseburg roof. The two businesses were previously at 451 W. Corey. They are now at 403 N.E. Casper St. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 18:25:08 GMT)

Alternative medicine position endowed in CSU vet school
Colorado State University is endowing a professorship in complementary and alternative medicine at the school’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 20:40:13 GMT)

CSU creates alternative veterinary endowment
Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the first in the nation to have an endowed professorship devoted to the study of alternative and complimentary medicine within veterinary medicine, the university announced Monday. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 20:41:32 GMT)

About 5 Percent of Adults with Insomnia Use Alternative Therapies
More than 1.6 million U.S. adults are estimated to use complementary and alternative therapies to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping, according to the results of a national survey published in the September 18 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, a theme issue on sleep. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 21:24:47 GMT)

Almost Half of Adults Seeking Sleep with Alternative Therapy Say It Works
September 18, 2006 - More than 1.6 million U.S. adults are estimated to use complementary and alternative therapies to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping, and almost half say it helps them sleep but a clear majority says it is beneficial to their health and well-being. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 22:07:31 GMT)

Insomnia: Alternative Medicine Popular
More than 35 million U.S. adults regularly had insomnia in 2002, and 1.6 million of them tried complementary or alternative therapies to get some sleep, a survey shows. (Mon, 18 Sep 2006 23:01:46 GMT)

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About 5 Percent of Adults with Insomnia Use Alternative Therapies
More than 1.6 million U.S. adults are estimated to use complementary and alternative therapies to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping, according to the results of a national survey published in the September 18 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, a theme issue on sleep. (Tue, 19 Sep 2006 11:07:20 GMT)

Vet professorship funded
Colorado State University is the first institution in the nation to have an endowed professorship devoted to the study of alternative and complementary veterinary medicine, university officials announced Monday. (Tue, 19 Sep 2006 11:12:48 GMT)

Over 1.6 million Americans Use CAM for Insomnia or Trouble Sleeping
A recent analysis of national survey data reveals that over 1.6 million American adults use some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping * according to scientists at the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), part of the National Institutes of Health. (Tue, 19 Sep 2006 14:07:32 GMT)

Over 1.6 Million Americans Use Alternative Medicine For Insomnia Or Trouble Sleeping
A recent analysis of national survey data reveals that over 1.6 million American adults use some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping according to scientists at the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), part of the National Institutes of Health. The data came from the 2002 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) (Tue, 19 Sep 2006 15:51:49 GMT)

Vet professorship funded
Colorado State University is the first institution in the nation to have an endowed professorship devoted to the study of alternative and complementary veterinary medicine, university officials announced Monday. (Tue, 19 Sep 2006 19:11:32 GMT)

1.6 million American adults use some form of complementary medicine to treat insomnia
A recent analysis of national survey data reveals that over 1.6 million American adults use some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping according to scientists at the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), part of the National Institutes of Health. (Tue, 19 Sep 2006 22:15:56 GMT)

Fury as Scots health boards spend £200,000 on alternative medicine
TENS of thousands of pounds are being spent on complementary and alternative therapies in the NHS in Scotland - despite concerns that they do not work and are a waste of limited resources. (Wed, 20 Sep 2006 00:26:18 GMT)

Harnessing the Power of Yoga Meditation in Health and Healing: New York, October 20-21, 2006
The seminar “Harnessing the Power of Yoga Meditation in Health and Healing” is in New York City, October 20-21, 2006, featuring Dr. Anil Singhal (Neurologist), Dr. Achala Singhal (Cardiologist), along with Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati and Nishit Patel. This is an excellent opportunity to bridge modern medicine with the alternative medical and spiritual traditions of India. (PRWEB Sep 20, 2006) (Wed, 20 Sep 2006 07:22:24 GMT)

Fury as Scots health boards spend £200,000 on alternative medicine
TENS of thousands of pounds are being spent on complementary and alternative therapies in the NHS in Scotland - despite concerns that they do not work and are a waste of limited resources. (Wed, 20 Sep 2006 16:37:02 GMT)

Alternative Medicine: Acupuncture and Oriental medicine help painful menstruation
In general, pain relief is one of the great success stories of acupuncture treatment. Particularly, acupuncture can help greatly minimize or alleviate altogether common pain experienced during menstruation. (Wed, 20 Sep 2006 22:55:44 GMT)

Alternative Therapies Used By About 5 Percent Of Adults With Insomnia
More than 1.6 million U.S. adults are estimated to use complementary and alternative therapies to treat insomnia or trouble sleeping, according to the results of a national survey published in the September 18 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, a theme issue on sleep. [click link for full article] (Thu, 21 Sep 2006 03:10:07 GMT)

Alternative treatments for pets
Thu, September 21, 2006 Alternative treatments for pets By WWW.IRISHWOLFHOUNDS.ORG - ACUPUNCTURE -- Acupuncture has been used on animals in China for thousands of years. It has only been available in the West for a few decades and is still seen as "fringe" medicine. - CHIROPRACTIC -- Chiropractic is a gentle manipulative therapy excellent for any skeletal problems such as spinal vertebrae out of (Thu, 21 Sep 2006 08:32:26 GMT)

Study underscores CAM potential for sleep troubles
9/21/2006 - A study into the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to alleviate insomnia may provide supplement-makers with useful data on consumers who may use their products, and serve as a basis for future research on their effectiveness. (Thu, 21 Sep 2006 16:07:14 GMT)

Insomnia is turning people toward alternative therapy --- HealthandAge
More than 1.6 million US adults are on alternative therapy to treat insomnia, according to a survey. Around ten to 34 per cent of Americans admit insomnia. The problem can be treated with prescription medication or cognitive behavioral therapy. (Fri, 22 Sep 2006 09:28:45 GMT)

Millions use alternative medicine to get to sleep
One in six Americans frequently have difficulty falling asleep, and 4.5 percent of them use some type of alternative medicine to treat their sleeping problems, a new study shows. (Fri, 22 Sep 2006 17:26:33 GMT)

Artists use alternative methods to breathe life into photography
Spanning a mere 160 years, the history of photography progressed from the earliest daguerreotypes in 1839, which were made on thin sheets of silver-plated copper or brass, to the 20th-century camera film and prints on silver paper that most of us are familiar with. (Sat, 23 Sep 2006 01:43:24 GMT)

'Killer' B Cells Demonstrate Evolutionary Link Between Fish And Mammal Immune Systems
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine have discovered a unique evolutionary link between the immune systems of fish and mammals in the form of a primitive version of B cells, white blood cells of the immune system. Unlike mammalian B cells, which produce antibodies, these "killer" B cells actually ingest foreign particles and microbes. The finding (Sat, 23 Sep 2006 15:48:57 GMT)

Fremont doctor remains dedicated
FREMONT - Years ago, Dr. Colleen Dilley wanted to be a missionary. She didn't fulfill that dream, but the Fremont resident and busy volunteer has practiced medicine for more than 37 years - 33 of them in Fremont. (Sun, 24 Sep 2006 06:23:55 GMT)

Business bringing affordable acupuncture
ARCATA -- In October The Oasis: Chinese Medicine & Healing Arts Center will begin answering a call to offer affordable alternative health care. A regularly scheduled Monday clinic will allow many people who could never before afford acupuncture treatments, another option. (Sun, 24 Sep 2006 11:30:41 GMT)

Many insomniacs use alternative medicine
One in six Americans frequently have difficulty falling asleep, and 4.5 per cent of them use some type of alternative medicine to treat their sleeping problems. (Sun, 24 Sep 2006 11:32:05 GMT)

Many insomniacs use alternative medicine
One in six Americans frequently have difficulty falling asleep, and 4.5 per cent of them use some type of alternative medicine to treat their sleeping problems, a new study shows. (Sun, 24 Sep 2006 11:49:54 GMT)

Safety Of "Alternative" Tobacco Products, Effort To Study Lead By Georgetown
A nationwide consortium of researchers, led by Georgetown University Medical Center, has been awarded a five-year, $17 million grant by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to determine if alternative tobacco products reduce health risks as they either overtly claim to or subtly imply. [click link for full article] (Sun, 24 Sep 2006 14:10:01 GMT)

Dozing off without a prescription
Americans are exploring alternatives to drugs, a new study finds -- and discovering they help. (Mon, 25 Sep 2006 07:07:12 GMT)

Alternative Medicine Practitioners launch code of ethics
Accra, Sept. 24, GNA - Mr Samuel Owusu-Agyei, Deputy Minister for Health has said as much as the ministry is prepare to work with private individuals and institutions it would also enforce the necessary regulations on them to ensure quality healthcare delivery services. (Mon, 25 Sep 2006 08:55:17 GMT)

Alternative care gains acceptance
BROADVIEW HEIGHTS - When it opened in 2004, the Cleveland Clinic's alternative medicine clinic had just a few patients. But two years later, the Center for Integrative Medicine in this Cleveland sub... (Mon, 25 Sep 2006 09:06:14 GMT)

Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association commends Minister
Accra, Sept. 24, GNA - The Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (GHAFTRAM), has expressed gratitude to the Minister of Health, Major Courage Quarshigah, for facilitating the sponsorship of four of its members to undertake a weeks' working visit to India. (Mon, 25 Sep 2006 09:26:07 GMT)

Pinning hopes on alternative therapies
Parents desperate to rescue their children from the fog of autism -- and frustrated by mainstream medicine's bafflement over the disorder -- are increasingly turning to alternative treatments. (Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:12:16 GMT)

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