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Osher Center Directors Quoted in Article: ‘What Is Alternative Medicine?’
U.S. News & World Report

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Over 30 percent of Americans use some form of non-conventional medicine, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. If you’ve ever stretched out on a yoga mat or popped a probiotic, you may be part of the growing segment of the U.S. population that uses non-conventional therapies to treat medical problems.

News Vanderbilt University

On mental states, mindfulness, and self-transcendent experiences

In psychology, feelings of oneness and self-loss are often described as symptoms of psychopathology, but might they also be associated with well-being? An interdisciplinary team of psychologists and neuroscientists thinks so. The group, including David Vago, the director of research at Vanderbilt’s Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, was put together by David Yaden, a research fellow in the Positive Psychology Center and Ph.D. student in the Department of Psychology in the School of Arts & Sciences.

Dr. Sanford Newmark Writes Chapter in Dr. Andrew Weil’s Mind Over Meds Book

Osher Center medical director and neurodevelopmental pediatrician, Dr. Sanford Newmark, has written the chapter on Medications for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Dr. Andrew Weil’s new book, Mind Over Meds. The book includes 18 chapters, each on a different medical issue for which over-medication may be a problem, each penned by a different expert in the field.

Dr. Sanford Newmark Featured in “The Other Side of Impossible” Book

Osher Center neurodevelopmental pediatrician and Medical Director, Sanford Newmark, MD is one of the medical practitioners featured in the new book The Other Side of Impossible: Ordinary People Who Faced Daunting Medical Challenges and Refused to Give Up. The book, written by New York Times journalist Susannah Meadows, was released May 2, and is already the #1 book in the category of Healing on Amazon.