Manufacturers of dietary supplements aren’t required to provide warnings to consumers about their potential risks. Here’s what to look out for.
If their social media accounts were anything to go by, celebrities can’t get enough of vitamin and mineral infusions, or vitamin drips. Now therapy lounges are popping up for everyone else to try.
Many of the gels, toys or therapies recommended to help kids through teething may be dangerous. So, what’s a parent to do?
From this week, private health insurers are unable to provide rebates for 16 natural therapies. But these changes may have unintended consequences.
Australian parents who visit complementary health practitioners are less likely to vaccinate their kids. But could these practitioners be best placed to educate sceptical parents about vaccination?
Some emergency doctors are already using acupuncture to relieve patients’ pain. Now a new study shows when it works, when it doesn’t and how emergency departments of the future might use it.
Hold up: mindfulness training as a complementary therapy in cancer treatment might not work for everyone.