Alternative Medicine: What Works for Kids
A University of Missouri—Columbia study found that 75% of kids with irritable bowel syndrome who took peppermint oil capsules had less pain after two weeks.
Research from Children's Hospital Boston shows that 70% of kids who got acupuncture for various ailments, including migraines and endometriosis, Montefiore said they felt much better after eight sessions.
A 2008 Northwestern University study showed that when pediatric outpatients with chronic pain had massages, their levels of distress, pain, tension and discomfort, as well as their mood, greatly improved.
A 2006 University of Arizona study found that this technique, which helps you control body processes like muscle tension and breathing, helped relieve recurrent abdominal pain in children.
Video: Alternative therapies can be safe, effective for children
10 Best Military and Army Haircuts for Men
The FBI will do what the committee didnt
How to Cut London Broil
How to Get Someone to Like You
7 Skin-Care Secrets Aestheticians Swear By
Kesha Just Slayed Her Performance of Praying at the Grammys
New Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Promise in Trial
How to Brainstorm Alone
Kate Middleton and Sarah Jessica Parker Have This Fabulous Dress in Common
Shailene Woodley Thinks the Future of Food is EatingBugs
The Duchess Of Cambridge’s Favourite Skincare Product Sells Every 20 Seconds
Kate Middleton’s Jenny Packham Dress Causes Website To Crash