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Natural Baby. Healthy Child
Drawing from a variety of disciplines, Dr Murray Clarke presents a rich range of options for both preventing and healing a variety of children’s health concerns in a detailed but easily and quickly referenced style. These options include diet, environmental detoxification, nutritional supplementation, and holistic modalities including homeopathy, naturopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic and acupuncture. [more . . .]
- “Holistic medicine” is often used as a catchall term for any alternative system of medicine. In reality, it refers to certain approaches to medicine rather than a specific system—specifically, approaches that view the individual as a whole, rather than a sum of individual physical organs, and emphasizes the connection between body, mind and spirit. Homeopathic medicine, nutritional medicine, naturopathic medicine and osteopathic medicine are just a few of the disciplines that belong within the larger category of holistic medicine.