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This site provides consumer and healthcare professionals with "evidence-based information" about herbs, botanicals, and supplements. Descriptions include a clinical summary, uses, warnings, adverse reactions, and herb-drug interactions.

This site's "Learning Center" links to articles, research, and general information about acupuncture.

The American chiropractic Association site offers a history of the field, health and wellness tips, and a chiropractor search.

Produced by the National Library of Medicine, MedlinePlus links to information from the National Institutes of Health and other reliable sources. This site includes links to CAM basics, news, research, clinical trials, specific conditions, tutorials, videos, and articles.

This FDA site provides an overview of dietary supplements for the consumer as well as alerts, regulations, and dietary supplement labeling.

The National Library of Medicine's Dietary Supplements Labels Database offers information about label ingredients in over 4,000 brands of dietary supplements that are sold in the U.S. Includes links to fact sheets, research findings, and clinical trials.

This site provides a browsable list of dietary supplements and herbal remedies with information on dosage, safety, interactions, and uses.

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH, formerly CAM), part of the National Institutes of Health, provides on its site "evidence-based information on treatments and conditions," and links to CAM research and clinical trials.

The Office of Dietary Supplements site, from the National Institutes of Health, provides information on the use and safety of dietary supplements and nutrient recommendation reports and tables. offers descriptions of more than 80 alternative therapies, articles on foods and supplements, and a recipe database.