Alternative treatments for chronic illness, such as supplements, acupuncture, and homeopathy.
High-quality evidence suggests that taking vitamin D along with standard asthma medication can reduce the number of severe asthma exacerbations.
Combining meditation and moderate-intensity aerobic exercise can significantly reduce symptoms of depression, research shows.
You may be risking your health if you take red yeast rice supplements to lower your cholesterol. Here’s why.
Have you considered acupuncture to treat Migraine? So far, the evidence has been inconclusive, and more research is needed to determine its effectiveness.
New guidelines for treating insomnia recommend a type of psychotherapy called cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia before considering medication.
Growing evidence shows that traditional Chinese exercise, such as tai chi and qigong, may benefit heart disease patients, both physically and mentally.
A neti pot can provide relief from nasal congestion by clearing out clogged sinuses. Here’s how to use one safely.
Medicare and some private health insurers may offer partial coverage for certain alternative and complementary treatments. Here’s what you need to know.
More than 3 million Americans a year seek out acupuncture as a treatment for what ails them. But does it really work?
A “detox” diet is supposed to cleanse your body and give it a radical reboot. But is this trend all it claims to be?