Can Integrative Health and Medicine make people healthier and prevent costly, big-ticket chronic diseases? The Integrative Health Policy Consortium explores the cost-effectiveness of integrated health practices with impressive results. But even if one were to set aside the data, an approach to treatment that begins with low-force, non-addictive, low-cost care options that feel good just makes sense.

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Dynamic Infographic On Biofield Therapies

This dynamic infographic allows you to interact with the data from a recent systematic review of human randomized controlled trials reporting use of only nonphysical contact treatment.

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