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Cereal and milk touted as the next sports supplement

A new study has compared the consumption of whole grain cereal and milk with carbohydrate-based sports drinks and found the former may provide the same recovery and rehydration benefits after exercise.

MS patients have recourse to alternative therapies, source says

People who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS), a debilitating neurological condition, may benefit by supplementing their mainstream therapy with alternative treatments.

Mild weather encourages outdoor yoga practice

With the arrival of summer, Yoga practitioners around the country are stepping outside to let the sun and the wind boost the benefits of the Indian healing technique.

Tai chi helps manage arthritis pain, researchers say

According to a study conducted by Australian scientists, the Chinese meditative exercise known as tai chi may relieve joint pain in arthritis sufferers.

Study suggests meditation may help control bladder

Cognitive therapy such as meditation may be effective in the management of urinary incontinence in women, new research has found.

Scientists to collaborate on herbal remedies for swine flu

A partnership that has been announced between scientific research centers from Mexico and China aims to explore a role of herbal medicines in containing the outbreak of the H1N1 flu.

Experts stress role of exercise in chronic disease management

Although emphasizing it is not a magic bullet, experts are using the Exercise is Medicine Month to focus attention on the benefits of physical activity for overall health.

Medical tai chi grows popular as healthcare costs skyrocket

A Chinese exercise that has been described as "the secret to anti-aging," medical tai chi is proving increasingly popular in the U.S.

Varicose veins sufferers may benefit from natural therapies

Varicose veins, which affect some 12 million people in America, can lead to health complications and often present aesthetic challenges. However, many health practitioners have suggested natural remedies have beneficial effects and may help avoid surgery.

Non-drug depression therapies more effective after heart surgery

New research has found that non-pharmacological interventions such as supportive stress management are more effective than medications for treating depression after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG).

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