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Provides information on complementary and alternative medicine including special resource guides such as autism spectrum disorders, herbal medicine, frequently asked questions and more.
The National Library of Medicine has released a new resource focused on dietary supplements. The Dietary Supplements Labels Database includes information from the labels of over 2,000 brands of dietary supplements in the marketplace, including vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals, amino acids, and other specialty supplements.
The dietary supplements section provides general supplement information, regulations, reports and warnings, and a section on alternative medicine. Check out the “I want to...” section for facts sheets and resource lists.
Provides extensive information on complementary and alternative medicine including health news, research, clinical trials, and a browse by popular topic option.
Alternative and complimentary approaches and additional resources such as videos, organizations and journals.
The National Cancer Institute hosts this site that provides information on complimentary and alternative medicine as it relates to cancer treatments. Includes factors to consider as well as specific complementary and alternative medicine topics.En Español
The MayoClinic explains complementary and alternative medicine basics as well as specifics by conditions or disease.
Considering complementary and alternative medicine treatment? The National Library of Medicine and National Institute of Health provides basics, factors to consider, tutorials, videos, clinical research, financial information and more…En Español
This information resource, presented by our Integrative Medicine Service, provides evidence-based information about herbs, botanicals, supplements, and more.
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