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Current Research

Understanding Pine Bark Extract as an Alternative Therapy (UPBEAT) Study

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Potential Health Benefits of Plant vs. Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acids

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Potential Health Benefits of Dietary Antioxidants from Supplements vs. Foods

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Research Presentations

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recruitment link antioxidant studyHealthy Approaches to Weight Loss


Completed Research

Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Menopausal Symptoms

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The Effect of Three Sources of Garlic on Plasma Lipids

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The Effects of Soy Isoflavones on the Prostate, Breast, and Bone

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Ginkgo Biloba’s Effect on Peripheral Artery Disease

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The Soy Milk & Cholesterol Study

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Tai Chi Versus Western Exercise In Older Women and Men
Working Title of Study: Wellness Interventions for Self-Enrichment (WISE)

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Tai Chi Versus Western Exercise In Older Women and Men
Working Title of Study: Wellness Interventions for Self-Enrichment (WISE)

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Successful Aging: A Proposed Intervention to Elicit and Sustain Optimal Health for Individuals Age 55-85
Working Title of Study: Successful Aging Growth Experience (SAGE)

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The Effect of a Commercial Supplement Containing Ginkgo Biloba (GB), Centella Asiatica (Gotu Kola) Docosahexanenoic acid (DHA) On Cognitive Function, Quality of Life, Platelet Function, and Gait and Balance In Older Adults
Working Title of Study: Ginkgo’s Effect on Memory (GEM)

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The Effect of a Garlic Preparation on Plasma Lipid Levels in Moderately Hypercholesterolemic Adults.

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The Effect of Soy Protein with or without Isoflavones Relative to Milk Protein on Plasma Lipids in Hypercholesterolemic Postmenopausal Women.
Working Title of Study: Phytoestrogen and Cholesterol Study (PACS)

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A Controlled Pilot Study of Stress Management Training of Elderly Patients with Congestive Heart Failure

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Current Trends in the Integration and Reimbursement of Complementary and Alternative Medicine by Managed Care, Insurance Carriers, and Hospital Providers

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