In this blog post. NCCIH Director Dr. Josephine Briggs discusses NCCIH partnerships to research military/veteran health and how clinical practice guidelines affect research.
NCCIH to host a series of events on integrative health and U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their families this spring (2017).
For the past several years, NCCIH has been working to advance research on complementary and integrative health approaches for managing pain and other symptoms in U.S. military personnel and veterans. This spring, as part of our commitment to expanding research and resources on health issues that affect our military, we are hosting a series of events on integrative health and U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their families.
Florida-based companies used illegal spam e-mail, false weight-loss claims, and phony celebrity endorsements to market bogus weight-loss products; will pay $500,000 to settle FTC charges.
Colorado judge orders EonNutra and HABW to cease manufacturing and distributing unapproved drugs and dietary supplements until their operations comply with Federal law.
Many military personnel and veterans experience chronic pain and may have other co-morbid conditions that also may be challenging. Can complementary health approaches help? Find out more here.
Regeneca Worldwide recalls its entire line of herbal and dietary supplement products.
Married couples may be healthier than their single counterparts due to lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
A&H Focal Inc. recalls products due to undeclared active ingredients.
FDA says whole body cryotherapy is unproven and may be risky.
Research describes how acupuncture may relieve pain in people with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) while also showing acupuncture’s effects in the brain’s pain centers.
Last month, the American College of Physicians (ACP) released new clinical practice guidelines on noninvasive treatments for low-back pain, recommending that clinicians and patients initially select nonpharmacologic treatment as first-line therapy in most cases.
Many military personnel, veterans, and their families turn to complementary and integrative health approaches to increase their options for managing pain and associated problems.
Organic Herbal Supply, Inc. is conducting a voluntary nationwide recall of all lots of XtraHRD Natural Male Enhancement capsules.
Federal Trade Commission and the Maine Office of the Attorney General announced a complaint and three settlements with dietary supplement marketers.
Pick and Pay Inc./Cili Minerals, a manufacturer and distributor of drugs and dietary supplements, and its owner, Anton S. Botha, ordered to immediately cease operations until it comes into compliance with federal laws.
NIH outlines changes in how it accepts clinical trial applications & NCCIH moves forward with plans to develop Center-specific clinical trials initiatives.
Kingsway Trading Inc. recalls Xanthium & Siler Combo (Bi Yan Pian) dietary supplement.
California court orders VivaCeuticals/Regeneca Worldwide to stop selling its products for safety reasons.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Goldreallas Original, a product promoted and sold for sexual enhancement.
In this blog post, Dr. Catherine Meyers discusses the NCCIH policy on study accrual and retention, developed to enhance the Center’s clinical research enterprise.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Ginseng for Reinforcing Kidney for sexual enhancement.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Slimming Plus Advanced, a product promoted and sold for weight loss.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Platinum Weight Solution – Fat Loss Metabolizer.
FDA lab analysis finds belladonna in homeopathic teething products; urges consumers not to use them.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Platinum Max Strength Blue Pill Version for weight loss.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Goldreallas XXX, a product promoted and sold for sexual enhancement.
FDA advises consumers not to purchase or use Lean Extreme Max.