Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine

Journal Information
EISSN : 2644-2957
Current Publisher: Iris Publishers (10.33552)
Total articles ≅ 69
Filter:

Latest articles in this journal

Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine; doi:10.33552/ojcam

Abstract:
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine is an international peer review journal that aims to bring the ancient traditional methods to the world and its importance in our to the people. These methods help to cure the entire health problems in a natural way which does not cause any harm to our body.
Lian Qun Jia, Xiao Lin Jiang, Wei Chen, He Tai, Jin Song Kuang
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-6; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000570

Abstract:
Purpose: The main aim of this study is to long-range assess incidence of diabetic kidney disease (DKD) and pulmonary function in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) during 2000 and 2015.
Francesca Vescovelli
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000569

Abstract:
The happiness that we seek through accomplishments is more readily available to you when you let go of meeting outside expectations and begin to pay attention to what your mind, body and spirit actually need. You are likely to discover that the most important achievements of your life come relatively easily when you are truly taking care of yourself.
Viviana Siddhi
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000568

Abstract:
The happiness that we seek through accomplishments is more readily available to you when you let go of meeting outside expectations and begin to pay attention to what your mind, body and spirit actually need. You are likely to discover that the most important achievements of your life come relatively easily when you are truly taking care of yourself.
Carina Harkin
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-9; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000567

Abstract:
Plastic is ubiquitous with recent studies having highlighted that plastic is in bottled and tap water and food products including honey, sugar and beer. 3-10 tonnes are estimated to fall on Paris per year. Plastic has recently been shown to be a vector for heavy metal contamination and to cross the blood–brain barrier (BBB). Global concern regarding the health implications is mounting, with the World Health Organisation (WHO) having conducted a risk assessment review of plastics.
Hala Elrayah Ahmed, Samia Hussein AbdlRahman, Salwa Mohamed Elbasheir, Sara Ahmed Mohamed, Samia Mohamed ElBadwi
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000566

Abstract:
Plants and herbs have provided natural remedies for human ailments from time immortal. As knowledge progressed, man selected different herbs for cure of different diseases and ailments. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that about 80% of the world’s population relies on traditional medicines for their primary health care. Most of the plants, which are used for various ailments, have not been properly investigated. About 30% of the pharmaceuticals are prepared from plants worldwide [1].
Ignác Capek
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000565

Abstract:
The cause of cancer diseases is dependent on various internal and external factors including inherited immune conditions, and genetic mutations and unhealthy diet, tobacco-chewing and smoking habits, and infections, respectively. Nanoscale drug delivery platforms have shown promising clinical results in several types of cancer and inflammatory disorders. Nanoparticles have special characteristics of high surface to volume ratio, size controllability, and can be easily functionalized during synthesis. Cytotoxic therapeutics adsorbed to nanoparticles are used during hormone therapy, immunotherapy, chemotherapy, etc. which preferentially kill the rapidly dividing cancer cells while minimizing the damage to the normal tissue. The toxic core of inorganic nanoparticles is protected by providing a physical barrier (functional polymers) between the core and the external environment. After linking to poly (ethylene glycol) molecules, the polymer-coated toxic dots did not change their optical and colloidal properties over a broad range of external environment conditions. This spontaneous encapsulation process removes the problems of particle aggregation in physiological buffers.
Nathaniel Adebobola Imeh, Samuel Imeh-Nathaniel, Emmanuel Imeh-Nathaniel, Olufeyisayo Odebunmi, Adeola Olubukola Awujoola, Patrick Olumuyiwa Sodeke, Marvin Okon, Adebobola Imeh Nathaniel
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-6; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000564

Abstract:
This study investigates dietary intake between urban and rural secondary school students in a low-income country to provide information on an important target group for dietary interventions. A cross-sectional survey was conducted in a representative sample of 180 senior secondary school classes 1-3(SSS1-SSS3) that comprise of 13–18 years students in the rural and urban areas of Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
Jing Wang And Wanhe Wang
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000563

Abstract:
“Kawakami became so secure while doing this type of breathing, and felt so profoundly pacified during it, he came to see it as a state of enlightment. “I am able to attain a spiritual state of perfect stillness,” he told me, “and while doing so, I can control my five senses, so I don’t feel anything” [1].
Viviana Siddhi
Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Volume 3, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/ojcam.2019.03.000562

Abstract:
“Kawakami became so secure while doing this type of breathing, and felt so profoundly pacified during it, he came to see it as a state of enlightment. “I am able to attain a spiritual state of perfect stillness,” he told me, “and while doing so, I can control my five senses, so I don’t feel anything” [1].
Back to Top Top