Complementary medicine and treatment options to accompany traditonal treatments for your chronic illness, such as diet, exercise, naturopathy, and more.
So many terms are used to describe non-traditional medicine, but what do they all mean? There is scientific evidence to support traditional “Western” therapies, but what about the so-called “alternative” medicines? Nearly 40 percent of adults report ...
For the first time, researchers found that puffing on a little cannabis for migraines helps reduce the pain—by a lot.
Doctors have new guidelines for using yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and other complementary approaches for alleviating breast cancer symptoms and side effects.
People who get complementary therapy for curable cancers are more likely to refuse at least one element of conventional cancer treatment and are more likely to die as a result, say researchers at Yale School of Medicine.
If you live with chronic pain, learn how alternative and complementary medicines could help ease your pain.