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This guide is a collection of evidence-based and current awareness information resources related to integrative health topics such as acupuncture, massage, yoga, herbs and supplements and other integrative modalities.
Last Updated: Oct 20, 2017 URL: http://hslguides.med.nyu.edu/integrative Print Guide RSS Updates

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Complementary & Integrative Medicine

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This web portal is designed to make it easy for you to get current information about complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine, often abbreviated as CAM. 

Organized by topic/modality, it also includes tabs on clinician education (for online CE and info about fellowships) and patient education. 

On this front page we included some of the most-requested resources, such as reliable databases for researching herbs and supplements, as well as evidence-based guidelines for using CAM modalities for symptom management related to specific medical conditions, such as cancer, arthritis, autoimmune disorders, diabetes, etc. 

Please feel free to contact us with feedback and suggestions for improving this resource.


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Natural Standard is an database of high-quality, evidence-based information on a variety of complementary and alternative medicine topics including dietary supplements and herbs.  Therapies are assigned evidence gradings that correlate to scientific data and link back to original research.

 

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Complementary & Integrative Medicine

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