Healing on Horseback. Part 2

2012-06-28 / Alternative Medicine / Comments Off on Healing on Horseback. Part 2Comments

Coming to a barn instead of a therapist’s office is also a plus for some people. No one needs to know they’re in therapy since they could simply be going for a ride. “For a lot of people who come from a clinical setting, when you get into a barn, it’s very normalizing,” says Michael Kaufmann, director of education for the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) and founding board member of the Equine Facilitated Mental Health Association (EFMHA). Read the rest of this entry »

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Digestive Disease Week 1999 Annual Meeting

2012-06-27 / Conditions and Diseases / Comments Off on Digestive Disease Week 1999 Annual MeetingComments

Hepatitis C: Achieving Maximum Results Putting Combination Therapy for HCV into Practice

Interferon/ribavirin combination therapy may induce a sustained response in previous nonresponders to interferon monotherapy, including those with normal ALT levels and those with predictors of poor response. Read the rest of this entry »

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