New Medicine

New Medicine

Complete Family Health Guide : Integrating Complementary, Alternative, and Conventional Medicine for the Safest and Most Effective Treatment

Book - 2007
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Penguin Putnam
New Medicine is easily the most comprehensive mainstream guide available to this pioneering new approach. In Part 1, a series of essays by distinguished health practitioners covers key issues in integrated medicine, including how to combine herbal and conventional medicines safely, when to treat ailments yourself and when to seek expert help, and how to choose therapies to suit your disposition and needs. It explains the purpose of MRI scans and other types of screening, describes how drugs and herbal and homeopathic medicines work, and shows how simple lifestyle measures, such as improving your diet, can promote health and longevity.

Baker & Taylor
Covering more than one hundred ailments, an innovative, integrated approach to medical treatment brings together conventional treatments with complementary or alternative therapies to help prevent, treat, or alleviate everything from headaches and acne to heart disease and cancer.

Baker
& Taylor

Discusses causes, prevention, symptoms, and treatment options for more than one hundred health concerns, including motion sickness, gallstones, and head lice, and briefly describes different conventional and alternative therapies.

Publisher: New York, NY : DK Publishing, 2007
ISBN: 9780756609337
075660933X
Characteristics: 512 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm

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This book is always available in the PlaneTree Health Information Center @ Cupertino Library. FA 100 N 2005

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