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July 30, 2004

Doctors Look for Marijuana Alternative, Treating Menopause with Biofeedback

Scientists are looking for a way to mimic marijuana's anti-anxiety properties to help people with social anxiety disorder and other anxiety disorders.

A chiropractor in Raleigh, North Carolina is using applied kinesiology, a form of biofeedback, to treat the symptoms of menopause.

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