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Americans spend more than a 10th of their out-of-pocket health care dollars on alternative medicine, according to the first national estimate of such spending in more than a decade.
Recent research has shown using Botox can help ease the suffering of those experiencing frequent migraines, and a new clinical trial has confirmed the results.
A new study is showing the importance of sleep in association with weight loss for women that are still trying to lose baby weight.
A new study shows women suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrom, or PCOS, may find relief using acupuncture and exercise.
Diagnosed with a rare and incurable heart disease, cyclist Hayden Roulston thought his career was over—until a chance meeting in a pub with an alternative healer literally gave him a new lease of life.
By: Jimm Harrison
Take your skin care services to the next level by incorporating studied holistic options.
Italian researchers have shown cardiovascular rhythms tend to fall in line with music, offering further ways for spa professionals to help their clients relax.
Cupping, an alternative therapy technique that involves external suction on the skin, has been shown to ease the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Joining a range of wellness treatments helpful to mothers-to-be, a new study shows acupuncture to be useful to those suffering heartburn and indigestion while pregnant.
New research shows meditation helps insomniacs sleep better, indicating the stress-relieving strategy's usefulness in treating sleep-related issues.