Changing the conversation about health

Complementary Medicine

courtesy-of-the-cropuniversity-of-bristol-by-paloma-a-heart-stopping-momentComplementary medicine can be a useful part of the tool kit in helping people to live healthy lives – along with exercise, good food, community and medical intervention when necessary. Evidence varies, but many therapies seem to tap into psychoneuroimmunology, finding balance between psychological, nervous and immune systems, contributing to finding a healing balance.

We were extremely grateful to Richard Eaton, who spent many years blogging quarterly round ups for the College, which you can still read below.

Richard sadly died in 2019, since then his widow, Marion Eaton has kindly been editing the newsletter, please see copies below.

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None of the information provided is intended to be a substitute for medical treatment or an alternative to medical advice. We are not endorsing any product and readers are advised to consult a qualified health practitioner before pursuing any line referenced here.