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The question before the court is what are the limits that should be placed on holistic medicine.
The BHMA was formed in 1983 and its mission is to educate doctors, medical students, allied health professionals and the general public in the principles and practice of holistic medicine.
Practising holistic medicine means meeting the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of patients.
Tibetan medicine is similar to Chinese holistic medicine and involves using herbs and natural products to prevent or treat various diseases and conditions.
Speakers at the conference bandied about various alternatives, including holistic medicine, mind/body medicine, nonconventional medicine, and traditional medicine.
Since then, the emergence of alternative clinics and practitioners, as well as traditional health care providers who give a nod to alternative therapies, have drawn holistic medicine into mainstream medical practice.
Delany began using an alternative medicine treatment suggested by the late Edgar Cayce, a man widely regarded as the Father of Holistic Medicine.
Eric Ram has put together a very useful, theoretical, and practical overview of holistic medicine from a Christian standpoint.
As belief in holistic medicine continues to gain favor with American consumers, therapeutic products are gaining retail shelf space.
And one must be blind not to have caught the out, rage of the hippie-dippy holistic medicine crowd, irate over FDA initiatives to regulate access to vitamins.
The Body Shop's Anita Roddick and ice-cream makers Ben and Jerry, for example, often are associated with so-called New Age beliefs, which comprise a range of concerns and practices from astrology and holistic medicine, and Eastern religion practices, to environmental concerns.