Selected CAM Websites
The Internet links below provide access to sites with content pertaining to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). These sites are not affiliated with the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and as such inclusion in this listing does not imply an endorsement of these organizations or the content of these sites.
A.D.A.M. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Content.
The University of Maryland Medical Center licenses content from A.D.A.M. to provide up-to-date information on complementary and alternative medicine and integrate it into its site.
American Botanical Council (ABC)
An independent, nonprofit, international organization providing information about herbs and botanicals. ABC also publishes the journal HerbalGram, with full text to selected articles.
Ask Dr. Weil
Provides information on health, wellness, and alternative medicine.
Alternative therapies in health and medicine (ATHM)
ATHM is is subscription-based, peer-reviewed journal. This site also has listings of upcoming events and CME courses related to CAM and publishes a free e-Newsletter.
Please note: Although this is a subscription-based journal, there are full-text articles available at no cost from time to time.
Federal Trade Commission
This site is for reporting fraudulent product claims.
Food and Drug Administration Medwatch Program
The FDA Medwatch Program is for reporting adverse medication reactions.
A journal of the American Botanical Council (ABC) with links to selected full-text articles.
Summarizes scientific data on the safety and efficacy of herbs.
Longwood Herbal Task Force
Patient fact sheets, clinician information summaries, and in-depth monographs written by clinicians and other health professionals.
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM)
Provides information to health professionals and the public about complementary and alternative medicine.
Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM)
Part of the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Information is provided for health practitioners and consumers.
Review of Natural Products
Produced by Facts and Comparisons. Information on herbs and other "natural products."