Nearly three-quarters of heart patients surveyed in a new University of Michigan study used some kind of alternative medicine approach to help them heal, but dietary supplements chosen by one-third of them could actually interact with their heart medications to raise their risk of further health problems. Fortunately, the vast majority of those who used alternative medicine techniques told their doctors about it, and also kept up with their prescription medications. The findings, which were ...

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