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Chelation-Therapy, Alternative-Medicine medical news in Fiji-Islands

Korea promotes medical tourism to attract proton therapy patients - by: Barbara Kram,DOTmed.com


American prostate cancer patients sometimes joke that their course of treatment at U.S. proton therapy centers like Loma Linda, California or Jacksonville, Florida is like taking a "radiation vaca...

Healers of Siquijor - by: Doris C. Bongcac,Cebu Daily News


A wellness center could provide a "showcase" for Siquijor's traditional healing practices and a way to introduce the island’s culture amd boost socio-economic conditions of the province, she said....

What are the 5 Main Types of Complementary / Alternative Medicine? - by: Cathy Wong,About.com


One of the most helpful things the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) has done is to help people understand the many complementary and alternative treatments by classif...

A Big Leap Towards Medical Tourism - by: Asma Ali Zain ,Khaleej Times


The Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) is all set to become an international hub for medical tourism in the near future, as all the major healthcare projects are nearing their completion dates.....

A good needling - by: JOLEEN LUNJEW,thestaronline


Being kneaded, manipulated, prodded and poked by acupuncture needles doesn’t so bad once the benefits kick in. ...

Acupuncture Reduces Side Effects Of Breast Cancer Treatment As Much As Conventional Drug Therapy, Study Suggests - by: ,Science Daily


Acupuncture is as effective and longer-lasting in managing the common debilitating side effects of hot flashes, night sweats, and excessive sweating (vasomotor symptoms) associated with breast cancer ...

Ayurveda attracts American students to Kerala - by: Juhan Samuel,Thaindian News


A group of 20 students from the Stony Brook State University of New York recently visited Kochi Ayurveda Hospital to gain knowledge in Ayurveda, the Indian holistic system of medicine, and its benefit...

Alternative medicines draws fire - by: Fran Metcalf,Courier Mail


AFTER decades of fighting for credibility within mainstream medicine, alternative health practitioners are once again in the firing line. This latest salvo has been launched from Britain, where two re...

Weighing up the alternative - by: Ted Nye,Otago Daily Times


Simon Singh and Edzard Ernst explore the merits of alternative medicines... If responsibility for the production of this book could be laid at the door of any one person, it would probably be HRH the ...

A bitter fight over who can be called 'doctor' - by: MAURA LERNER,Star Tribune


It took 99 years, but Minnesota has finally given official recognition to the practice of naturopathic medicine, which relies on the body's powers to heal itself....
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