Do Mindfulness Approaches Have the Potential to Prevent Substance Use and Abuse in Youth?
This recent blog post by Dr. Eve Reider provides information on the growing interest in the use of mindfulness approaches for the prevention and treatment of psychological and physical health conditions in youth. In recent years, mindfulness approaches are being used with youth in different settings, such as schools and families. For example, mindfulness approaches have been implemented in schools with the goal of improving cognitive performance and resilience to stress in youth and and reducing stress and improving performance in teachers. Read more.
From May 17-20, 2016, many NCCIH staff will participate in the International Congress Integrative Medicine & Health in Las Vegas, NV. A series of blog posts related to this conference have been posted on the NCCIH Research Blog, and a few more will be posted soon! We will be presenting sessions, and we'll be available at the exhibit booth to answer questions.
New NCCIH Clinical Digest on Hepatitis C and Dietary Supplements
Some people with hepatitis C try complementary health approaches, especially dietary supplements. Several herbal supplements have been studied for hepatitis C; however, no dietary supplement has yet been shown to be effective for hepatitis C or its complications. Read more.
Resources for Researchers
New Funding Opportunities
BD2K Mentored Career Development Award in Biomedical Big Data Science for Clinicians and Doctorally Prepared Scientists (K01)
BD2K Mentored Career Development Award in Biomedical Big Data Science for Intramural Investigators (K22)
NCCIH Exhibits at the American Pain Society 35th Annual Scientific Meeting
May 11-15, 2016; San Diego, CA
International Congress Integrative Medicine & Health
Many NCCIH staff will participate in this event. See related posts to the NCCIH Research Blog.
May 17-20, 2016; Las Vegas, NV
Health Measures User Workshop
June 1-2, 2016; Rosemont, IL
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