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Use of Chinese medicine by cancer patients: a review of surveys.
ABSTRACT: Chinese medicine has been used to treat a variety of cancer-related conditions. This study aims to examine the prevalence and patterns of Chinese medicine usage by cancer patients. We reviewed articles written in English and found only the Chinese medicine usage from the studies on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Seventy four (74) out of 81 articles reported rates of CAM usage ranging from 2.6 to 100%. Acupuncture was reported in 71 out of 81 studies. Other less commonly reported modalities included Qigong (n=17), Chinese herbal medicine (n=11), Taichi (n=10), acupressure (n=6), moxibustion (n=2), Chinese dietary therapy (n=1), Chinese massage (n=1), cupping (n=1) and other Chinese medicine modalities (n=19). This review also found important limitations of the English language articles on CAM usage in cancer patients. Our results show that Chinese medicine, in particular Chinese herbal medicine, is commonly used by cancer patients. Further research is warranted to include studies not written in English.
Chin Med. 2011 Jun 9;6(1):22. Carmady B, Smith CA.
A widely accepted definition of psychology is that it is "the science of the mind." It is used for a wide variety of research, business, and clinical or therapeutic purposes. The understanding of the human mind is a topic related to fields such as religion, advertising, education, counseling, and healthcare. This is true even though there are those practitioners who consider themselves to be licensed psychologists, who normally focus on counseling and health considerations.
When using this definition, it is important to understand the concept of science. Science simply is a three step...
Anniston, Alabama. (October 21, 2010) - The International Hypnosis Research Institute announced its approval of a nine-week hypnotherapy program specifically designed to achieve symptom reduction for the over 5 million women in the United States who suffer from the incurable Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS). The program was authored and produced by Tim Brunson, PhD, the Institute’s Executive Director and founder. He is a leading authority on complementary health care issues.
“Despite hypnotherapy’s documented effectiveness for alleviating acute and chronic pain, when addressing FMS it...
I vividly remember the time that I learned of my mortality. I was probably around four or five years old when I suddenly realized that I was not going to live forever. As I matured and grew older – and having survived a near fatal automobile accident – I decided that I wanted to focus on living rather than constantly working about my demise. Obviously, all of us are aware that life is going to end sometime. However, by choosing to live everyday to its fullest your life can become rich and rewarding.
If death is constantly on your mind, it is time to let these thoughts go....