Editorial Issue 149 Print Email
It is indeed shocking these days to witness the spectacle of breathtaking spin and mendacity emanating from leaders of nations – Zimbabwe, Sudan, Burma, China, even the USA and the UK,  spinning their version of  events, political, religious and humanitarian disasters, in front of international organizations and televised around the world.
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Editorial Issue 148 Print Email
Recently, the negative media coverage regarding the so-called worthlessness or even fraudulence of Complementary Medicine has been growing into an almost deafening crescendo. A week hardly goes by without books, journals, magazines and newspaper articles being published or reviewed stating that complementary treatments are a waste of money, and that many practitioners are snake oil salesmen. In fact, several of the authors of these books and articles are the very individuals who hold responsible positions within the world of complementary medicine.
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Editorial Issue 147 Print Email
In all the years since Positive Health (PH) has been established, one key area which has never ceased to astonish me has been the vastly differing areas of perception regarding diverse complementary disciplines among the enormously varied community of health professionals.
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Editorial Issue 146 Print Email
At a time that we face a crisis in nutritional health and malnourishment in much of the population due to inadequate nutrition for hospital patients, junk foot diet habits and diminishing soil fertility, there is a concerted effort internationally from EU Directives, CODEX, and medical research scientists to severely restrict the availability and potency of nutritional supplements.
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Editorial Issue 145 Print Email
When I look at the Research Updates in this issue of Positive Health (PH) (please see pages 30-33), I see the tremendous progress made in the quality and nature of research investigations over the past 15 years since the launch of PH in 1994. Today there are vital and well-informed studies critiquing the methodology of researching Complementary Medicine compared with ‘conventional’ drug-based medical trials (see Fonnebo et al, page 30). Also, more than 75% of medical students at Georgetown University School of Medicine feel that “complementary and alternative medicine should be included in the curriculum”.
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