Studies published in 2015 shed new light on chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and, thus, chronic fatigue syndrome treatment. The condition, known medically as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), appears to be a biological disorder, not a psychological issue, as determined in multiple studies, including recent work by scientists at Columbia … Read More
Hydrotherapy, also known as aquatic therapy, is a skilled intervention provided by a physical or occupational therapist in an inpatient or outpatient clinical setting. Don't confuse it, however, with aquatic aerobics, or water aerobics.
Hydrotherapy uses the properties that water offers—including buoyancy, temperature, and pressure—to provide therapeutic pain … Read More
Colon cleansing is in fashion—and it’s a big business. You’ve likely heard people talking about having a colon cleanse as if they were going to a spa for a massage. But be very careful! There are no scientific studies that support any benefits from this practice—except for the bank accounts … Read More
Conventionally trained healthcare professionals don’t have much to offer for symptoms of the flu besides bed rest, adequate liquids to prevent dehydration, and over-the-counter medications such as pain relievers and decongestants. These standard recommendations help a little … Read More
Conventional medicine uses three primary techniques to treat cancer: chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Any oncologist (a doctor who treats cancer) will be able to guide your treatment using one or all of … Read More