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allopathic medicine

Orthodox medicine.
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This appears to be a way to intimidate these and other doctors to 'toe the line' of mainstream medicine.
We've been tracking the advance of personalization in mainstream medicine for a while now at NBJ," says Brush.
These questions ranged from asking about specific foods, to why mainstream medicine does not talk about how helpful nutrition can be.
My second column on Knockout (January 2010) analyzed currents in mainstream medicine that I felt would swell the audience for the book.
For those in mainstream medicine who continue to doubt the importance of glutathione in maintaining cognitive abilities, a recent article in the prestigious Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences should quash their skepticism.
The wide availability of foods with minimal nutritional value has finally become a cause celebre for mainstream medicine, the media, public schools and even class action lawyers.
As practicing doctors deeply rooted in both conventional and complementary therapies, members of the board are leaders in the field of integrative medicine and strong examples of the movement in mainstream medicine toward a holistic approach to health.
But just because mainstream medicine has no solutions, doesn't mean you can't push back against this dreaded disease.
Georgianna Donadio, that vision is becoming a reality in mainstream medicine and health care with the inclusion of whole person health education, health and wellness advocacy and disease prevention.
It is thought that evidence gained from the scheme will also inform future clinical practice within complementary and alternative medicine and demonstrate when and where these approaches may be used to their best advantage, either as stand-alone therapies or in a complementary role to mainstream medicine.