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ID31396625Published Date2019-10-01JournalThe American journal of clinical nutrition, 2019-10-01, Volume 110
Supplemental long-chain omega-3 (n-3) fatty acids (EPA and DHA) raise erythrocyte EPA + DHA [omega-3 index (O3I)] concentrations, but the magnitude or variability of this effect is unclear.The purpose of this study was to model the effects of supplemental EPA + DHA on the O3I.Deidentified data from 1422 individuals from 14 published n-3 intervention trials were included. Variables considered included dose, baseline O3I, sex, age, weight, height, chemical form [ethyl ester (EE) compared with t…
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ID30935561Published Date2019-04-01JournalComplementary therapies in medicine, 2019-04-01, Volume 43
This study compared women who received all recommended breast cancer treatments (Receivers) with those who did not (Decliners). We sought to understand women's integrative naturopathic oncology (INO) use in addition to usual conventional oncology (UCO) use, their involvement in treatment decision-making (TDM), and their satisfaction with healthcare providers.A secondary analysis was conducted using baseline data from the Breast Cancer Integrative Oncology Study that recruited 427 women from I…
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ID30383388Published Date2019-03-01JournalJournal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.), 2019-03-01, Volume 25
There is a rapidly evolving legal and medical culture around cannabis, with corresponding changes in the demographics of users. For instance, the percentage of the aging population accessing cannabis is growing substantially, outpacing other age groups. The goals of this study were to describe the acute effects of cannabis, subjective experiences of withdrawal, and beliefs around the addictiveness of cannabis, as well as to determine whether these effects differ as a function of age or reason…
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ID30207740Published Date2019-02-01JournalJournal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.), 2019-02-01, Volume 25
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects 11% of the population, and up to 50% of patients report using complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) for it. To date, there is no research describing how providers of naturopathic medicine in North America, a well-defined CAM profession, approach IBS.A Delphi study was conducted over a 17-month period in 4 rounds with 15 North American naturopathic medicine experts in IBS. Consensus was defined as a median value of 75% or greater agreement with th…
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ID30547959Published Date2019-01-13JournalOncology nursing forum, 2019-01-13, Volume 46
To compare the health-related quality of life (HRQOL) of women who did (receivers, n = 372) and did not (intentional nonreceivers, n = 46) receive all recommended adjuvant treatments for breast cancer.Women were recruited through integrative oncology clinics and the Cancer Surveillance System registry in western Washington.A cross-sectional and correlational study using secondary data was conducted. Self-reported data included involvement in treatment decision making (TDM) and HRQOL. Registry…
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ID30403493Published Date2019-01-01JournalJournal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.), 2019-01-01, Volume 25
Assess whether an ancient text on herbal medicine accurately characterizes a class of herbal diuretics.The Greek text of Dioscorides De materia medica was assessed for herbs stated to have diuretic activity, and then modern research was sought to determine how accurate the ancient assessment of these herbs was.Of the 105 plants cited as having diuretic activity by Dioscorides, 56 (53.3%) genuses are confirmed as being diuretic in animal or human research. For another 38 (36.2%) genuses, no re…
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ID30616390Published Date2019-01-01JournalIntegrative cancer therapies, 2019-01-01, Volume 18
Vitamin D supplements may prevent recurrence, prolong survival, and improve mood for women with breast cancer, although evidence for these effects is preliminary.This report describes vitamin D supplement use by 553 breast cancer patient/survivors (193 who used a naturopathic oncology [NO] provider and 360 who did not) participating in a matched cohort study of breast cancer outcomes.We found that more than half of breast cancer patients reported using vitamin D supplements. Women who receive…
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ID31410013Published Date2019-01-01JournalJournal of multidisciplinary healthcare, 2019-01-01, Volume 12
US healthcare consumers increasingly demand more integrative medical care. Collaboration among clinicians trained in different professional disciplines and specialties may require particular character traits and/or training that focus on factors that facilitate effective collaborative work. Dispositional humility may be a factor that balances self-focused desire for recognition with other-focused professional collaboration to serve patients. The objective of this paper is to create a concept …
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ID30251895Published Date2018-12-01JournalAdvances in physiology education, 2018-12-01, Volume 42
An APS Teaching Section symposium entitled "Examining the Changing Landscape of Course Delivery and Student Learning" was offered at the Experimental Biology conference on April 24th, 2017, in Chicago, IL. The symposium focused on alternative delivery modes of physiology education, from undergraduate to professional programs. Lecture used to be the gold standard and proven method by which students learned, but the course delivery method is rapidly changing. While there is still significant sk…
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