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Holistic Nursing Program Article on Benefits of Kale

Holistic Nursing Program Article on Benefits of Kale

Good article on the benefits of Kale Juice. Please also review our Holistic Nursing Program.  Registered nurses can enter into this program and use alternative forms of treatment to compliment their primary nursing practice. The article, Kale Juice Benefits, by Lilly Greene states, “You mean to tell me there are health benefits to kale juice? It sounds more like you are drinking seaweed juice than drinking kale juice. But these days it seems like kale juice is a popular health drink to consume. But why is kale juice so beneficial for us? Why does it seem to be growing in popularity

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Holistic Nursing Program Article on Alternative Care and Your Doctor

Holistic Nursing Program Article on Alternative Care and Your Doctor

Good article on holistic and alternative care and discussing these issues with your child’s doctor. Please also review our Holistic Nursing Program The article, Talking to Your Child’s Doctor About Alternative Medicine, by  AMITHA KALAICHANDRAN, M.D., SUNITA VOHRA, M.D. and ROGER ZEMEK, M.D. states,  “A few months ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a report about a young boy from Connecticut who developed lead poisoning as a direct result of his parents giving him a magnetic healing bracelet for teething. It seems every few months a story will cover a tragic case of a parent choosing an unconventional medical treatment that causes harm. More

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Holistic Nursing Program Article on Alternative Pain Treatments

Holistic Nursing Program Article on Alternative Pain Treatments

Good article on managing pain without medications.  With so much addiction due to opioids, this is a good strategy to help teach pain management without medications when applicable. Please also review our Holistic Nursing Program The article, Exploring the alternatives: Local experts weigh in on managing pain without medication, states As concerns about traditional prescription painkillers’ addictive properties have reached new heights, a renewed focus has been placed on alternative pain management and relief strategies. Acupuncture, chiropractic care and nutritional supplements are some of the methods being touted at a time when overdoses and deaths linked to opioids and other prescription

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Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Veterans and Alternative Treatments

Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Veterans and Alternative Treatments

Good article on how holistic and alternative treatments can help veterans find peace in civilian life Please also review our Holistic Nursing Certification The article, Holistic treatments help many veterans, by Chuck N. Baker states,   “Last year in one of my columns, I briefly discussed holistic medicine and efforts that the Department of Veterans Affairs had been taking to include such treatments in its care of veterans. Since then, the VA has made some additional efforts to include nontraditional treatments. I recently attended a gathering in California of Heaven & Earth Oasis. Founded by Valerie Heath, the nonprofit outfit provides professional

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Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Alternative Medicine

Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Alternative Medicine

Good article on alternative medicine. Please also review our Holistic Nursing Certification to learn more about becoming certified and working in the field of Holistic Nursing The article, Slow Medicine: One More Thing About Alternative Medicine, by Michael Hochman states, “In a recent post, we discussed the interplay between Slow Medicine and complementary and alternative approaches to clinical care. We concluded in our piece that these two approaches share important values, including an emphasis on simple lifestyle strategies for maintaining wellness and managing disease. However, as Slow Medicine practitioners, we are more cautious about complementary and alternative therapies, some of which are

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Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Alternative Cancer Therapies

Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Alternative Cancer Therapies

Good article about alternative cancer therapies and how they can help with cancer survival. Please also review our Holistic Nursing Certification to learn more The article, Alternative cancer therapies: the potential impact on survival, states “Patients have the right to decide what treatment, if any, they want to have. But it’s incredibly important that the decisions people make are based on accurate information, allowing them to weigh up the pros and cons of the treatment options before them. But where can patients get this accurate information? Search the internet, and you’ll find trustworthy, evidence-based sources (like our web pages and the NHS website).

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Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Alternative Pain Relief

Holistic Nursing Certification Article on Alternative Pain Relief

Good article on pain relievers and other alternative therapies that can help. Please also review our Holistic Nursing Certification The article, Pain Experts Push for Coverage of Alternative Therapies, by Pauline Anderson states, “Clinicians, health insurers, and other stakeholders have initiated meetings that many pain experts hope will result in extending insurance coverage to include yoga, acupuncture, and other integrated approaches to pain management. The first-ever Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress was launched here at the Academy of Integrative Pain Management (AIPM) 28th Annual Meeting More than 50 delegates, including representatives from professional associations, public and private insurers, patient advocacy groups,

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Holistic Nursing Education Article on Alternative Medications Today

Holistic Nursing Education Article on Alternative Medications Today

Where is the Health Community on Alternative Medicines Today? Alternative medicines are more commonly accepted today by the health community than in the past. Certain alternative medicines, previously considered ineffective and illegitimate health solutions, are now being used by more doctors and gaining endorsements from much of the health community. Common alternative health practices used today include: • Aromatherapy (e.g., essential oils, incense) • Hydrotherapy • Acupuncture • Herbal Remedies (e.g., dietary supplements) • Meditation • Massage Therapy • Spiritual Therapy (e.g., beliefs, religious practices or prayer to treat disease)   Many of these alternative medicines are useful for common

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Top 10 Benefits of Juicing Kale – Life Coaching Advice

Life Coaching Advice – Top Reasons to Juice Kale Many people are looking for healthy ways to boost their diets. Adding important nutrients to what we eat and drink can have long lasting health care effects! One of these super foods every life coach is talking about is Kale. Kale is a power house of vitamins and minerals your bodies need. From iron and vitamin K to proving useful in detoxification and boosting heart health, Kale can offer it all. Yet, what are the best ways to take full advantage of it? Salads? Cooking? Juicing perhaps? Below are the top

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Alternative Medicine Finally Becoming More Mainstream

Alternative Medicine Finally Becoming More Mainstream

  Proponents say integrative and holistic treatments such as acupuncture and diet are finally being recognized and accepted by the traditional medical world. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.healthline.com It is good that more mainstream medical philosophies are starting to see the value of alternative supplements and disciplines for the overall health of the patient If you would like to learn more and are a nurse, then consider becoming a certified holistic nurse #certifiedholisticnurse