Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: New Issue
The latest issue of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine is now available online.
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine is a monthly, open-access, peer-reviewed journal providing the latest research on CAM therapies. August's issue includes the following articles:
Is Atopic Eczema Iatrogenic?, by Harley Farmer.
Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial of Physiotherapy and Acupuncture on Motor Function and Daily Activities in Patients with Ischemic Stroke, by Yu-Long Bai, Li Li, Yong-Shan Hu, et al.
Acupuncture for the Treatment of Hot Flashes in Patients with Breast Cancer Receiving Antiestrogen Therapy: A Pilot Study in Korean Women, by Young Ju Jeong, Young Sun Park, Hyo Jung Kwon, et al.
Effects of Habitual T'ai Chi Exercise on Adiponectin, Glucose Homeostasis, Lipid Profile, and Atherosclerotic Burden in Individuals with Cardiovascular Risk Factors, by Rei-Yeuh Chang, Malcolm Koo, Cheng-Kang Chen, et al.
Thiamine and Fatigue in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: An Open-label Pilot Study, by Antonio Costantini and Maria Immacolata Pala.
The Effects of Aromatherapy on Nicotine Craving on a U.S. Campus: A Small Comparison Study, by Barbara Cordell and Jane Buckle.
Dangerous Combinations: Ingestible CAM Supplement Use During Chemotherapy in Patients with Ovarian Cancer, by M. Robyn Andersen, Erin Sweet, Kimberly A. Lowe, et al.
Fire-Heat and Qi Deficiency Syndromes as Predictors of Short-term Prognosis of Acute Ischemic Stroke, by Shu-Chen Cheng, Chien-Hsiung Lin, Yeu-Jhy Chang, et al.
Safety of Cupping During Bevacizumab Therapy, by Samuel J. Klempner, Daniel B. Costa, Peggy A. Wu, et al.
The Use of Acupuncture with In Vitro Fertilization as a Treatment for Female Subfertility, by Katie Weeks and Gracie Gaspard.
To subscribe to the journal, please visit www.liebertpub.com/acm.
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