New Study on Slimming Down, The TCM Way
September 17, 2012
While Western medicine is at the forefront of combating obesity, a Hong Kong Hospital Authority-commissioned study shows success in using a traditional Chinese medicine approach that is equally as effective and minimizes the side-effects of mainstream weight-loss medications.
US Navy Joins Ranks, Offers Sailors CAM/IM Treatment
July 23, 2012
In a time when soldiers and sailors are returning in droves from overseas, many afflicted with cognitive illnesses like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), United States military branches look to CAM modalities to treat their ranks.
The Mind and The Practice of Mindfulness
July 20, 2012
Former Buddhist nun and Director of Mindful Education at UCLA Mindfulness Awareness Research Center, Diana Winston, discusses her decades of study in the practice of mindfulness.
Alternative Therapies: The Research Is In!
July 9, 2012
What does the science really tell us about these modalities? The Scientist features expert reports on the latest research for a number of alternative treatments.
Meditation Facilitates Cerebral Optimization, Study Reveals
June 20, 2012
Researchers have discovered that a form of mindfulness meditation called IBMT, integrative body-mind training, significantly improves mood and may actually facilitate neurogenesis.
Meditation Induces Positive Structural Brain Changes
June 20, 2012
Researchers have discovered that IBMT, integrative body-mind training, may actually facilitate neurogenesis.
11 Integrative Medicine Breakthroughs Of 2011
May 7, 2012
The Huffington Post highlights 11 breakthroughs in Integrative Medicine.
More Doctors Going the Alternative Route
February 5, 2012
Even in their own lives, physicians look beyond Western medicine.
Fashion Icon Donna Karan Launches Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Program at UCLA
February 1, 2012
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center becomes first on the West coast to introduce such a program.