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In the April 2008 issue of the Harvard Health Letter, researchers explained how in many cases, the non-pharmacological approach can accomplish as much, or more, than pills.
In more recent years, a growing body of studies are showing that simple lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise are effective remedies for many ills.
These seven common conditions can be managed without medication:
- Cognitive decline
- High blood pressure
Live Science March 25, 2008