Posted on Jun 03, 2010 | Comments 0
As industrialized nations turn to holistic healing and therapies that use natural healing methods over pharmaceutical formulations, the interest in alternative and complementary medicine continues to rise. In this, however there is some amount of misinformation and a lack of clarity on what works and how it does so.
A fine new book on the subject of integrative therapy by Edward Schneider, a leading researcher and clinician at the University of Southern California, is “What Your Doctor Hasn’t Told You and the Health Store Clerk Doesn’t Know”.
The book details not only the information about the latest in medical research, but it also offers comprehensive information about what works best in terms of integrative therapy for common health problems.
Covering therapies such as supplements, yoga, acupuncture and herbal medications, it addresses issues such as chronic pain (back, joint and neck), sleeplessness, anxiety and depression, prostate health, Menopause and PMS, memory loss, heart disease and even cancer.
The book has been described as essential reading for all those who are into or are considering alternative therapies.
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