Back manipulation may help relieve chronic pain


Back manipulation may help relieve chronic pain

The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health-National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation. One back pain researcher who wasn't involved in the new study said its findings are consistent …
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The perfect pill for the 'worried well' – the placebo

These were impure placebos (that is, treatments unproven for the condition), including antibiotics for viral infections, non-essential scans and blood tests, and complementary or alternative medicine that was not evidence-based. Also, 12% of the …
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How Happiness Affects Your Health

ā€œStudies show that relaxation techniques ā€“ a mind/body practice ā€“ can release tension,ā€ experts from the National Institutes of Health National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine tweeted. Research suggests that people who meditate have …
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