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Health, Sports & Psychology
Is 'the science of alternative medicine' an oxymoron?
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Brown clouds, injured neurons, acupuncture for headaches and does watching TV really make you short-sighted?
Elaine Weatherley-Jones asks whether science can bring its demands for evidence to the world of complementary and alternative therapies
Kathy Sykes investigates the 2,000 year-old practice of acupuncture for the BBC/OU series Alternative Medicine
Rosey Grandage explores the history of acupuncture's relationship with Western medicine
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How can systems practice help you to avoid falling into common business traps?
These are the five forms of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) - often termed "the big five" - which have the most mainstream acceptance and are amongst the most popular therapies on offer
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