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Blog— Why Use Supplements?: Using Integrative Medicine Supplements to Deliver Effective Patient Care Integrative and functional medicine practitioners often incorporate health supplements to support integrated healthcare.
Blog— What is Integrative Medicine?: The Past, Present, and Future Integrative medicine is an approach that combines the best methods from conventional medicine with complementary medicines and therapies.
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The Best Supplements For Back Pain: How To Overcome Chronic Back Pain Naturally While an acute case of back pain can temporarily sideline your life, chronic back pain can be agonizing and may prevent you from living your life.
What You Need to Know About Proposition 65 and Dietary Supplements learn more about prop 65 warning on supplement labels and what it means for supplements and beyond.
The Calming Benefits of Passionflower Tea and Supplements Passionflower tea has been long used in folk medicine to treat burns, diarrhea, epilepsy, hemorrhoids, and the symptoms of premenstrual symptoms (PMS).
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6 Supplements That Improve Your Kidney Health Naturally Improve your kidney health and reduce your risk of chronic kidney disease with these dietary supplements and lifestyle changes.
A Look at Collagen: Benefits and Best Collagen Supplements Through research, collagen has been shown to support skin, nail, bone, joint, and cardiometabolic health.
8 Fullscript Features That Improve Treatment Adherence We want both you and your patients to get the most out of our supplement promotions. Here are 6 tips to ensure your next patient promo is a success!
Dietary Supplements Research Update This issue includes recent large systematic reviews and meta-analyses on common dietary supplements.
Pediatric Medicine Research Update This issue includes studies involving infants, children, and adolescents to keep practitioners up to date on impactful research that is relevant to the field of integrative medicine.
Research Update: Mindfulness based cognitive therapy for youth with inflammatory bowel disease and depression – Findings from a pilot randomized controlled trial This article summarizes research conducted by Ewais et al. on the effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for young patients suffering from IBD.