The New York Times Guide to Alternative Health : Alternative health care has skyrocketed in popularity, yet we know very little about its efficacy. How can you avoid falling prey to false claims? In this timely and authoritative guide, Jane E. Brody, Denise Grady, and other writers for the health, science, style and business pages of The New York Times take a comprehensive look at the products, the current research - and the scams. By adhering to the same high standards of investigation used by mainstream medical science, they reveal the facts about unregulated dietary supplements, interactions between herbal and prescription medicines, and the many theories about the power of mind over physical ailments. They evaluate claims about popular remedies and review the increasing body of scientific data on alternative treatments. The New York Times Guide to Alternative Health provides balanced, practical and objective insight into the treatments playing an ever more important role in health care today.
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