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Bacteria within the human body may be a rich source of therapeutic antibiotics, according to a new research study partly funded by NCCAM.
An NCCAM-funded study found that multiple 60-minute massages per week were more effective than fewer or shorter sessions for people with chronic neck pain. 30-minute massage sessions weren’t helpful.
A recent pilot study suggests that middle school-aged students who meditated during a 6-week, classroom-based mindfulness meditation program were significantly less likely than non-meditators to develop suicidal...
The results of exciting new research conducted at an NIH-funded Botanical Research Center are featured in a special issue of a major nutrition journal.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), a type of meditation, shows some promise as a complementary approach to improve quality of life (QOL) and decrease perceived stress in people with ulcerative colitis.