Category Archives: CAM Therapies

Sharing the Vibe; Health & Wellness podcasts

As part of the new “Sharing the Vibe” series, Gloria Kimberley interviews a variety of CAM therapists and Wellness facilitators. The series is part of an educational drive to promote CAM disciplines such as reiki, yoga, acupuncture, to name but a few. The project wants to inform and raise awareness of the opportunities for improved […]

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Discourse continues after Monsanto Ruling

In recent days, a US jury have found Monsanto, producer of Roundup – a herbicide containing glyphosate – liable in the case  of a man who claims his lymphoma was caused by their weedkiller. Whilst some research has suggested glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic”, as reported by the International Agency for Research on Cancer in 2015, […]

CAM Practitioners – A modern insight into today’s practices.

In her recent article, as published in Positive Health Online, Yvonne McLaughlin discusses the training needs of existing and future CAM Professionals so as to meet the ever-expanding demand from the public. Market research indicates that 25% of EU citizens are now using CAM therapies. Read the full article here.

Lyme Disease

Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt published a study entitled ‘ The Ruggiero-Klinghardt Protocol for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic conditions with Particular Focus on Lyme Disease’, in the American Journal of Immunology. To view the full article Click here  

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Mindfullness – at exam time

Dr. Roghayeh Sohrabi at al published an article in the Journal Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences outlining the role and effectiveness of mindfulness education on students exam anxiety. Read here The results of the research showed that mindfulness training decreases exam anxiety, emotional anxiety and worry or cognitive disposition of exam anxiety.

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Dermatitis – Environmental Factors

Dr. Wen-Hui Wang of the Department of Dermatology, Peking University Third Hospital, Beijing, China published an article in the Journal, Dermatologica Sinica investigating the environmental influences in facial dermatitis. Read here Contact factors such as cosmetic application, treatment medication, sunlight exposure, low moisture, high humidity and food ingestion may all play an important contributing role.

CAM and Hayfever

Dr. Syuji Yonekura et al of Chiba University, Japan conducted a study to investigate the actual situation of CAM Practice in the treatment of allergic rhinitis. Read here CAM therapies are extensively used in individuals with allergic diseases worldwide.

Oleuropein – Cardioprotective role in olive leaf

Dr. Syed Haris Omar of the College of Pharmacy, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia published an article in the Journal, Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal. Read here The article reviews a number of researches documenting the cardioprotective role of oleuropein derived from olive leaf.

Curcumin – Reduces inflammation and muscle damage

Dr. Brian K. McFarlin of the University of North Texas published an article in the Journal BBA Clinical which addresses the benefits of oral supplementation with bioavailable curcumin.Read here It was identified that curcumin impacts significantly on muscle recovery and other exercise induced damage thus improving functional capacity during subsequent exercise sessions.

Limbic System – Disease and Homeopathy

It is no surprise that stress can make you sick. The idea that there may be a link between the emotions and disease has been researched by scientists and healthcare professionals for generations. In her published article, Limbic System, Disease & Homeopathy, Homeopath, Sally Ann Hutcheson suggests that optimal health may be restored through healing […]

British Homoeopathic Congress – Belfast – 2016

November 3-6, 2016 Europa Hotel, Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7AP. This biennial event is always a popular addition to the homoeopathic calandar. This year’s theme is Homoeopathy: Healthy Patients, Healthy Practice. There will be presentations, seminars and workshops from leading international homoeopaths. This year, the congress will also focus on networking within the CAM […]

Obesity – A major health concern for CAM practitioners

Tackling obesity and the associated sub-health conditions is now a major public concern. Prevention, assessment and management are all strategies required to get ahead of this epidemic. In her article, as published in  Positive Health Online (August 2016 – issue 232), Dr. Heli Goode discusses the CAM approach and why current working healthcare programs are […]

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