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U.S. health practitioners gather for latest information on integrative healthcare

02-10-2012 07:59 BJT

NEW YORK, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- As fashion lovers flock to the New York Fashion Week unveiled on Thursday, over 1,100 healthcare professionals and practitioners of integrative healthcare gathered on the same day in the Big Apple for the 2012 Integrative Healthcare Symposium, sharing the latest information and practices on the betterment of the human body, mind and soul.

"At this year's event, attendees will be able to hear from more than 56 experts and leaders representing several disciplines in integrative healthcare. All are eager to share their latest practical applications to enhance patient care and knowledge on today's most critical topics," said Liz Plizga, show director of the symposium which brings together multi-disciplinary healthcare professionals dedicated to improving patient care and defining the future of integrative healthcare.

Nationally recognized experts and practitioners in areas of women's health, environmental health, mind body medicine, functional medicine and homeopathy will give talks on nutrition, integrative cardiology, hormones, pain management, mind body spirit during more than 40 sessions, workshops and seminars.

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: Xinhua

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