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Acupuncture for palliative cancer pain management
Acupuncture for palliative cancer pain management

A January 13 2021 article in the British Medical Journal; ‘Supportive & Palliative Care’ described a metanalysis of a number of trials and database searches, which looked at the use of acupuncture as used for the treatment of pain in cancer cases.

The Effect of Reflexology on Low Back Pain in Operating Room Nurses
The Effect of Reflexology on Low Back Pain in Operating Room Nurses

The following study was published in the journal ‘Holistic Nurse Practitioner’ - 2020 Dec 9th – showing that reflexology was helpful to operating room nurses experiencing low back pain.

The Significant Effect of Homeopathic Medicine in Lung Cancer
The Significant Effect of Homeopathic Medicine in Lung Cancer

In a huge breakthrough for complementary medicine, a conventional health journal, The Oncologist, has published a study on how homeopathic medicine has a significant effect on a type of lung cancer.

How can we overcome loneliness?
How can we overcome loneliness?

Loneliness can be defined in a number of ways, but most specialists agree that it is an undesirable and hurtful emotion, and can impact both physical and mental wellbeing.

Loneliness and hunger share a home in the brain
Loneliness and hunger share a home in the brain

A new study has discovered that the same part of the brain is involved in craving company and craving food. This supports the notion that socialising is a basic human need, much like eating.

Why do you get up every day?
Why do you get up every day?

How a sense of purpose leads to a long, happy and healthy life.

Study finds antibiotics before age 2 associated with childhood health issues
Study finds antibiotics before age 2 associated with childhood health issues

In a retrospective case study, Mayo Clinic researchers have found that antibiotics administered to children younger than 2 are associated with several ongoing illnesses or conditions, ranging from allergies to obesity.

High egg consumption linked to Type II diabetes
High egg consumption linked to Type II diabetes

New research from the University of South Australia shows that excess egg consumption can increase your risk of diabetes.

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A January 13 2021 article in the British Medical Journal;
‘Supportive & Palliative Care’ described a metanalysis of a ...

The following study was published in the journal ‘Holistic
Nurse Practitioner’ - 2020 Dec 9th – showing that reflexology

In a huge breakthrough for complementary medicine, a
conventional health journal, The Oncologist, has published a

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