Much of the most forward leaning exploration of integrative care is in integrative pain management.
The Duke University program typically receives over 100 applicants each year for its 30 slots.
The IAYT has just published information on advances related to its new certification program for yoga therapists.
NIH Responds to The Integrator/Traub on Challenge Regarding Integrative Strategies for Skin Conditions
Integrative dermatology expert Michael Traub, ND challenges the science behind the NIH findings on skin conditions and complementary health approaches.
The Holistic Cannabis Academy offers cannabis education that could lead to becoming a certified “Holistic Medical Cannabis Practitioner” or “Holistic Medical Cannabis Counselor.”
The Green Road Project will be dedicated “as a research site for studying the effects of spending time in nature on whole-body healing among service members.
Does patient segmentation help health systems know their customers and delivery better services?
Connecticut's state legislature decided recently to expand the scope of practice for the state’s acupuncture detox specialists to include behavioral health.
The first licensed integrative health practitioner employed by the National Institutes of Health is now focused on creating optimal back pain care.
The work of nutritional oncologist Nicholas Gonzalez, MD, who died last year, made him one of the most significant pioneers in nutritional cancer care.