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Times Staff WriterASK RICHARD IDRO IF HE HAD MALARIA as a child, and you will begin to grasp the toll this disease takes on sub-Saharan Africa. Patiently, as though explaining breathing to a visiting Martian, he will answer, "Everybody got malaria." Growing up in...
Times Staff Writer2007-07-30 14:00:50.0 Administrator2: Welcome Dr. Lue, and thanks for chatting with us! 2007-07-30 14:00:55.0 kjohnson: Hello, my name is Kathryn Johnson and I read the article and wanted to know why proton therapy was never mentioned as a treatment...
On a frigid winter's day inside his suburban Maryland home, Jim Duke is sipping a cup of hot tea made from nature's bounty. If it were a balmy winter or early spring day, he would pick rosemary and lavender from his garden to make the pale brew. Instead,...
Associated PressJust like their parents, kids are taking herbal supplements including fish oil and ginseng, as well as participating in yoga classes, a sign of just how mainstream alternative medicine has become. More than 1 in 9 children and teens try those remedies...
I love reading books on integrative health—treatments that blend the best of conventional and alternative medicine—because they give me some semblance of control. It's my body; I'm the one who should take care of it. And by researching my...
NEWTON, PA -- Four high school students are recovering after taking an herbal supplement called "SNURF." The students at a Philadelphia area high school had to be hospitalized after taking the pills. Police say the boys got the pills from one of their...
Courant Staff WriterRunning east from New Orleans, Interstate 10 slips alongside marshland dotted with weeping willows and billboards touting the "Swamp Tour" and "Gator Fest." Thirty miles later, the highway arrives here in the bayou town of Slidell - a busy suburb of...
Times Staff WriterI never travel without echinacea, an herbal remedy made from purple coneflowers that I think helps me ward off colds. Some studies dispute its effectiveness, and people with such diseases as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and AIDS are advised to avoid it...
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