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traditional, complementary and alternative medicines remain largely unregulated,
consumers worldwide need to be informed and given the tools to access
appropriate, safe and effective treatment.
The Internet offers an ideal way to discover the
latest in alternative medicine treatments. Web sites can be updated at any time
to keep up with new products, therapies and advances in the field. But beware
— the Internet can also be one of the greatest sources of misinformation.
Carefully investigate each alternative medicine site you visit...
to a study in the Sept. 17, 2003 issue of the, "Journal of the American
Medical Association," of 433 complementary and alternative medicine Web
sites examined, most made misleading or unproven health claims about the herbal
remedies they sold.
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