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Connor, Jason, Reader, Margaret, & Young, Ross (2005) Massage Therapy Improves the Management of Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 11(2), pp. 311-313.
Day, Alice, Hanna, Katherine, Lyons-Wall, Philippa, O'Neill, Sheila, & Patterson, Carla (2005) Does Scientific Evidence Support the Use of Non-Prescription Supplements for Treatment of Acute Menopausal Symptoms Such as Hot Flushes? Nutrition & Dietetics, 62(4), pp. 138-151.
Doggrell, Sheila (2009) Lyprinol : is it a useful anti-inflammatory agent? Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
de Souza, Paul, Russell, Pamela, Kearsley, John, & Howes, Laurence (2010) Clinical pharmacology of isoflavones and its relevance for potential prevention of prostate cancer. Nutrition Reviews, 68(9), pp. 542-555.
Letts, Pamela J., Baker, Philip R.A., Ruderman, James, & Kennedy, Karen (1993) The use of hypnosis in labor and delivery : a preliminary study. Journal of Women's Health, 2(4), pp. 335-341.
Sarris, Jerome, Adams, Jon, & Kavanagh, David J. (2010) An explorative qualitative analysis of participants' experience of using kava versus placebo in an RCT. (Clinical report). Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism, 22(1), pp. 12-16.
Tang, Catherine, Russell, Pamela, Martiniello-Wilks, Rosetta, Rasko, John, & Khatri, Aparajita (2010) Concise Review: Nanoparticles and cellular carriers - allies in cancer imaging and cellular gene therapy? Stem Cells, 28(9), pp. 1686-1702.
Vitetta, Luis, Briskey, David, Hayes, Evan, Shing, Cecilia, & Peake, Jonathan (2012) A review of the pharmacobiotic regulation of gastrointestinal inflammation by probiotics, commensal bacteria and prebiotics. Inflammopharmacology: experimental and clinical studies, 20(5), pp. 251-266.
Xiao, Jia, Liong, Emily C, Ling, Patrick, Ching, Yick-Pang, Fung, Man-Lung, & Tipoe, George (2012) S-allylmercaptocysteine reduces carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatic oxidative stress and necroinflammation via nuclear factor kappa B-dependent pathways in mice. European Journal of Nutrition, 51(3), pp. 323-333.
Zabel, Rachel, Ash, Susan, King, Neil A., & Bauer, Judith D. (2009) The relationship between subjective appetite sensations, markers of inflammation and appetite in dialysis patients. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 22(4), pp. 343-350.