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The October 2007 issue of the journal Academic Medicine, published by the American Association of Medical Colleges, highlights the results of 15 Education Project Grants funded by NCCAM.
To address inconsistencies in previous studies and to determine if there are effects of moderate tea drinking on cardiovascular risk factors, a randomized clinical trial was conducted.
Researchers recently announced the results of an NCCAM and National Cancer Institute co-funded clinical trial showing that a shark cartilage supplement did not improve the overall survival of patients with lung cancer.
Attempt to determine if intensive mental training through meditation could extend the brain’s limits on information processing results.
A pilot study shows that acupuncture may help people with posttraumatic stress disorder.
Tai chi may be a safe alternative to conventional exercise for maintaining bone mineral density (BMD) in postmenopausal women.
The study is the first rigorous clinical trial to suggest that a behavioral intervention, alone or together with a vaccine, can help protect older adults from the varicella virus, which causes both chickenpox and ...
The very low carbohydrate diet known as the Atkins diet may contribute to greater weight loss than higher carbohydrate plans without negative effects such as increased cholesterol.
Garlic does not appear to lower “bad» cholesterol