These books are in the regular collection on the fourth floor. Reference books are located on the first floor. Videos are located on the second floor. More books on this topic can be found using the Library Catalog.
|Absolute beginner's guide to alternative medicine||Online only|
|Alternative Fix [Videorecording]||R 733. A 57 2003|
|Balanced healing : combining modern medicine with safe & effective alternative therapies||R 733. A 527 2004|
|Gale encyclopedia of alternative medicine||REF R 733. G 34 2005|
|Global perspectives on complementary and alternative medicine||R 733. G 472 2002|
|Nature cures : the history of alternative medicine in America||Online only|
|Prescription or poison? : the benefits and dangers of herbal remedies||RA 1250. D 37 2010|
This general database contains articles on alternative medicine controversies, theory, effectiveness, and other related topics.AltHealthWatch
This database covers the full range of alternative and complimentary medical techniques and theories. It contains a mix of scholarly and popular sources.MEDLINE
This general medical database offers access to thousands of articles on the effectiveness and dangers of alternative medicine and complimentary treatments.Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
This psychology database focuses on complimentary treatments such as biofeedback and other topics related to mental health.PubMed
Similar to MEDLINE, PubMed is a general medical database and can be used to find additional articles on these topics.
This database offers fast access to scholarly literature on herbal supplements and medications, as well as safety information.MedlinePlus: Complementary and Alternative Medicine
MedlinePlus is a very useful and very accurate encyclopedia of health topics and directory of online health resources. Their entry on alternative medicine can be used to find objective, research-based information on the effectiveness of alternative medicine and complementary therapies.National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
This government agency, a sub-section of the National Institutes of Health, provides research-based information on alternative and complementary medicine.New York Online Access to Health: Alternative Medicine
NOAH maintains this directory of organizations and websites on a wide variety of alternative medicines and complementary therapies.