Anyone wondering about the efficacy of I-Renew Bands may want to be aware that these bands are based on the existence of a putative form of energy that science does not recognize.
BS asks: “Is Naturopathy New Age?”
The field of health care has a lot of new players these days – and many of them have little or nothing to do with conventional medicine. There’s complementary medicine, alternative medicine, whole medical systems, mind-body medicine, integrative medicine, etc. These fields are inundated with New Age practitioners, so it’s a good idea to learn what they are and what to watch out for.
Anonymous: “My brother-in-law has offered to pay all expenses for me to see an Ayurvedic Practitioner that he sees for treatment in New Jersey. I have seen one before here in my state. My viewpoint is that despite how ill I am, it would be putting my faith into Eastern Medicine, instead of in Jesus Christ, for my healing. Am I correct in my view? Would you explain further, and why it would be unwise to seek healing from this type of Practitioner?”
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A new nationwide government study has found that approximately 38 percent of adults in the United States and nearly 12 percent of U.S. children under age 17 use some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).