Items where Research Area is "Health and Social Sciences [obs.] > Complementary Health [old]"
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Appiah, S. S. and Bremner, P. and Kokubun, T. and Russell, M. and Bell, Celia M. and Heinrich, M. and Simmonds, Monique S. J. (2006) Herbal alternatives to bear bile: effects of scutellaria baicalensis Georgi on IL-6 promoter and CYP3A4 activities. In: 13th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, 12-14 December, 2006, Exeter.
Appiah, S. S. and Kokubun, T. and Bremner, P. and Heinrich, M. and Bell, Celia M. and Simmonds, Monique S. J. (2003) Investigation of the Safety and efficacy of Chinese herbs traditionally used to treat inflammatory diseases. In: 10th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, 21st–22nd November 2003, London, UK.
Appiah, S. S. (2006) Evaluation of herbs as potential alternatives for bear bile and rhino horn used in traditional Chinese medicines: chemical and biological analysis. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.
Bell, Celia M. (2007) A celebration of ten years of successful international cooperation and exchange between Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and Middlesex University in London. In: World symposium on TCM accupuncture & moxibustion: present and future of the Chinese traditional medicine in Europe., 22-24 June, 2007, Tarragona, Spain.
Bell, Celia M. and Bell, Linda and Chevallier, A. and Adams, Ray G. (2003) Herbal treatment for osteoarthritis: a pilot study investigating outcomes. In: 10th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, 21-22 November 2003, London, UK.
Bell, Celia M. and Simmonds, Monique S. J. (2006) Plant substances as alternatives for animal products in traditional medicines. Working Paper. Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, London.
Bell, Linda and Bell, Celia M. and Chevallier, A. and McDermott, A. and Adams, Ray G. (1999) Herbalism and Osteoarthritis; methodological aspects of a small research study investigating herbal treatment outcomes, patient and practitioner viewpoints. In: British Sociological Association, Medical Sociology Group Conference, 24-26 September 1999, York, UK.
Bell, Celia M. and Cheng, Ming Zhao (2005) Current influences on traditional Chinese medicine education in the UK: the experience of a collaborative programme between Middlesex University and Beijing University of chinese medicine. Journal of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (28). pp. 48-55. ISSN 1898-6898
Bell, Celia M. and Cunningham, Sheila (2006) Evaluation of student experience on an overseas placement: Students of Traditional Chinese Medicine on clinical placement at hospitals affiliated to Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues, 7 (1). pp. 59-68. ISSN 1478-5692
Can, Engin and Cheng , Ming Zhao (2008) Differentiation and treatment of hysteria in Jin Kui Yao Lue. Journal of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 15 (1). pp. 1-4. ISSN 1745-6843
Cheng, Ming Zhao and Rawlinson, Simon C. F. and Pitsllides, Andrew A. and Zaman, Gul and Mohan, Subburaman and Baylink, David J. and Lanyon, Lance E. (2002) Human osteoblasts' proliferative responses to strain and 17-estradiol are mediated by the estrogen receptor and the receptor for insulin-like growth factor I. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 17 (4). pp. 593-602. ISSN 0884-0431
Cheng, Ming Zhao (2009) Theory and application of learning cycles and learning styles in education of traditional Chinese medicine. In: International Conference & Exposition on Traditional Medicine , November 9-11, 2009, Guangzhou,China . (Unpublished)
Cheng, Ming Zhao and Shen, Huijun (2010) Review on the course of Chinese medicine regulation in the UK of the last 10 years. Huanqiu Zhongyiyao [Global Traditional Chinese Medicine] , 3 (3). pp. 210-216. ISSN 1674-1749
Jessop, H. L. and Sjöberg, M. and Cheng, Ming Zhao and Zaman, Gul and Wheeler-Jones, C. P. and Lanyon, Lance E. (2001) Mechanical strain and estrogen activate estrogen receptor alpha in bone cells. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 16 (6). pp. 1045-1055. ISSN 0884-0431
Jiang, Dan and Cheng, Ming Zhao (2009) Analysis and evaluation on acupuncture treatment of cervical pains in the UK: a study of 74 cases. East-West Integration Medicine, 4 (3). pp. 36-43. ISSN 1872-0064
Khan, Hafiz T. A. and Leeson, George W. (2010) Attitudes towards bearing the cost of care in later life: evidence from the HSBC global ageing study on the future of retirement. Discussion Paper. Middlesex University, London .
Pendry, Barbara and Busia, Kofi and Bell, Celia M. (2003) Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of selected non-food plants traditionally used in the treatment of arthritis. In: 10th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, 21-22 November, 2003, London, UK.
Pendry, Barbara and Busia, Kofi and Bell, Celia M. (2005) Phytochemical Evaluation of Selected Anti-oxidant-Containing Medicinal Plants for Use in the Preparation of a herbal Formula – a Preliminary Study. Chemistry and Biodiversity, 2 (7). pp. 917-922. ISSN 1612-1880
Pendry, Barbara (2005) Analysis of selected medicinal plants as antioxidants with therapeutic potential for treating diseases related to free radical damage. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.
Solos, Ioannis and Meng, Fanyi and Cheng, Ming Zhao (2004) The treatment of a single case of abscess with Chinese herbal medicine. Journal of Chinese Medicine (74). pp. 19-21. ISSN 0143-8042
Stobart, Anne (2008) The making of domestic medicine: gender, self-help and therapeutic determination in household healthcare in South-West England in the late seventeenth century. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.
Wright, Maureen and Bell, Linda (2007) Neurasthenia, depression and traditional Chinese medicine: is an understanding of their relationship important for practicing traditional Chinese medicine in the United Kingdom? Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues, 8 (2). pp. 35-42. ISSN 1478-5692
Zaman, Gul and Cheng, Ming Zhao and Jessop, H. L. and White, R. and Lanyon, Lance E. (2000) Mechanical strain activates estrogen response elements in bone cells. Bone, 27 (2). pp. 233-239. ISSN 8756-3282