western medicine

Yes, swimming powerhouse Michael Phelps, purple-spotted from cupping therapy, and your slovenly relative with a beer gut both share a bond -- a weakness in succumbing to the allure of voodoo medicine.
As many people who know me know, I am an advocate for both Western and Eastern/natural medicine or healing applications. I will not tell you to stop taking your medication. I will tell you that there are tools and prescriptions available to you that have no side effects that allow you to get you off your medications or at the very least, lower the dosages.
Placebo effect is exploding in the U.S. -- but nowhere else.
They go to doctors, who treat the symptoms. I love this conversation I saw on Facebook the other day. As someone who hasn't
People think I grew up with green juice in my sippy cup and kale chips alongside my chicken fingers. But it's just not so. It's been a long-time learning experience for me, too.
Kalala Ngalamulume, Ph.D. is an associate professor of history and Africana studies at Bryn Mawr College, who specializes
My own path towards wellness has been a long and dynamic one. It's taught me that healing from the inside out takes time and there can be great value in various sources of guidance.
in the church world, the biggest misnomer is that sex is somehow dirty or shameful, or less than sacred, sizzling and sexy! God created us with pleasure in mind.
One example of a Silver Lining in my life is the incorporation of complementary and alternative treatments to augment my conventional interventions.
If you want to know how to turn down your body's internal "thermostat" you are in the right place. Alternative medicine, including food therapy, is a viable option for managing menopause symptoms.
There’s no official list of what alternative medicine actually comprises, but treatments falling under the umbrella typically