Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine
By Tori Hudson, ND
McGraw Hill/Contemporary Books, 1999
Demonstrating how you can use an integrative medical plan combining conventional and naturopathic health care to maintain and heal your body, the Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine is the most comprehensive guide available to help you make informed choices and take charge of your health. This groundbreaking work covers the whole range of women’s health concerns, including cancer prevention, contraception, heart conditions and sexually transmitted diseases. The book offers sound information on safe, effective complementary therapies including vitamin supplementation, herbs, diet and exercise. In addition, Dr. Tori Hudson provides invaluable information to help you decide when self-care is possible and when an alternative and/or conventional practitioner should be consulted. Compassionate and authoritative, the Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine prescribes an informed, integrative approach to staying well, which is the best that modern medicine has to offer.
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