Integrating mindfulness in supportive cancer care: a cohort study on a mindfulness-based day care clinic for cancer survivors.
Do patients with chronic pain diseases believe in guardian angels: even in a secular society? A cross-sectional study among German patients with chronic diseases.
Influence of spirituality on cool down reactions, work engagement, and life satisfaction in anthroposophic health care professionals.
Effectiveness of jyoti meditation for patients with chronic neck pain and psychological distress--a randomized controlled clinical trial.
Spiritual and Religious Attitudes in Dealing with Illness in Polish Patients with Chronic Diseases: Validation of the Polish Version of the SpREUK Questionnaire.
Interpretation of illness in patients with chronic diseases from Shanghai and their associations with life satisfaction, escape from illness, and ability to reflect the implications of illness.
Spiritual Needs of Polish Patients with Chronic Diseases.
Experience of gratitude, awe and beauty in life among patients with multiple sclerosis and psychiatric disorders.
Spirituality and health.
Spiritual needs in patients suffering from fibromyalgia.
Faith as a resource in patients with multiple sclerosis is associated with a positive interpretation of illness and experience of gratitude/awe.
Spiritual needs of elderly living in residential/nursing homes.
Spiritual needs among patients with chronic pain diseases and cancer living in a secular society.
Aspects of spirituality in medical doctors and their relation to specific views of illness and dealing with their patients' individual situation.
Spiritual dryness as a measure of a specific spiritual crisis in catholic priests: associations with symptoms of burnout and distress.
Psychosocial and spiritual needs of patients with chronic diseases: validation of the Chinese version of the Spiritual Needs Questionnaire.
Conscious Presence and Self Control as a measure of situational awareness in soldiers - A validation study.
Yoga as a therapeutic intervention.
Yoga for chronic neck pain: a pilot randomized controlled clinical trial.
A systematic review and meta-analysis on the use of Hypericum perforatum (St. John's Wort) for pain conditions in dental practice.
Iyengar yoga for distressed women: a 3-armed randomized controlled trial.
Effects of yoga on mental and physical health: a short summary of reviews.
Effects of yoga interventions on fatigue: a meta-analysis.
Retrolective studies on the survival of cancer patients treated with mistletoe extracts: a meta-analysis.
Development of Specific Aspects of Spirituality during a 6-Month Intensive Yoga Practice.
Measuring resistance to phagocytosis of group A and G streptococci: comparison of direct bactericidal assay and flow cytometry.
Viscum album L. extracts reduce sister chromatid exchanges in cultured peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Accidental cell death and generation of reactive oxygen intermediates in human lymphocytes induced by thionins from Viscum album L.
Induction of mitochondrial Apo2.7 molecules and generation of reactive oxygen-intermediates in cultured lymphocytes by the toxic proteins from Viscum album L.
Characterisation of granulocyte stimulation by thionins from European mistletoe and from wheat.
Induction of apoptosis by the N-acetyl-galactosamine-specific toxic lectin from Viscum album L. is associated with a decrease of nuclear p53 and Bcl-2 proteins and induction of telomeric associations.
Apoptose-Induktion and DNA-Stabilisierung durch Viscum album L.
Effects of a phytopreparation from Helleborus niger on immunocompetent cells in vitro.
Herpes virus (KSHV) associated Kaposi sarcoma in a 3-year-old child with non-HIV-induced immunodeficiency.
Differences in the apoptosis-inducing properties of Viscum album L. extracts.
[SCE rate and lymphocyte differentiation in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and SCE rates of leukemia patients in long-term remission]
Induction of apoptosis in human lymphocytes treated with Viscum album L. is mediated by the mistletoe lectins.
Effects of Viscum album L. on cyclophosphamide-treated peripheral blood mononuclear cells in vitro: sister chromatid exchanges and activation/proliferation marker expression.
Role of religion and spirituality in medical patients: confirmatory results with the SpREUK questionnaire.
[Pilot study for the development of a questionnaire for the measuring of the patients' attitude towards spirituality and religiosity and their coping with disease(SpREUK)]
Activation of dendritic cells by an aqueous mistletoe extract and mistletoe lectin-3 in vitro.
Expression of interleukin-4 in apoptotic cells: stimulation of the type-2 cytokine by different toxins in human peripheral blood mononuclear and tumor cells.
Induction of apoptosis by mistletoe lectin I and its subunits. No evidence for cytotoxic effects caused by isolated A- and B-chains.
Expression of mitochondrial Apo2.7 molecules and caspase-3 activation in human lymphocytes treated with the ribosome-inhibiting mistletoe lectins and the cell membrane permeabilizing viscotoxins.
Apoptosis-associated generation of reactive oxygen intermediates and release of pro-inflammatory cytokines in human lymphocytes and granulocytes by extracts from the seeds of Acalypha wilkesiana.
[Development of lymphocyte subsets in tumor patients after subcutaneous administration of mistletoe extracts]
Are spirituality and religiosity resources for patients with chronic pain conditions?
Interpretation of illness in cancer survivors is associated with health-related variables and adaptive coping styles.
Exploring the link between religious attitudes and subjective well-being in chronic pain patients.
Eurythmy Therapy in clinical studies: a systematic literature review.
Adaptation of the Herdecke Quality of Life questionnaire towards quality of life of cancer patients.
Emotional and rational disease acceptance in patients with depression and alcohol addiction.
The BENEFIT through spirituality/religiosity scale--a 6-item measure for use in health outcome studies.
Reliance on God's help, depression and fatigue in female cancer patients.
Validation of the German version of the Cancer Fatigue Scale (CFS-D).
CAMbas--a XML-based bibliographical database on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
Relevance of religion and spirituality in German patients with chronic diseases.
Antiproliferative effects of mistletoe (Viscum album L.) extract in urinary bladder carcinoma cell lines.
Engagement of patients in religious and spiritual practices: confirmatory results with the SpREUK-P 1.1 questionnaire as a tool of quality of life research.
The Herdecke Questionnaire on Quality of Life (HLQ): validation of factorial structure and development of a short form within a naturopathy treated in-patient collective.
Cardiorespiratory synchronization during Zen meditation.
P04.58. Inner congruence, mindfulness and positive mood in experienced yoga practitioners.
P04.47. Parents’ satisfaction in a department of integrative pediatric oncology: a ten year experience.
P04.67. Survey on hand gestures relevance in patient practitioner communication: a homeopathic example.
[Psychological distress in medical students - a comparison of the Universities of Munich and Witten/Herdecke].
Effects of yoga interventions on pain and pain-associated disability: a meta-analysis.
Does self-regulation and autonomic regulation have an influence on survival in breast and colon carcinoma patients? results of a prospective outcome study.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction for integrative cancer care: a summary of evidence.
Quality of life and related dimensions in cancer patients treated with mistletoe extract (iscador): a meta-analysis.
Usage of complementary and alternative medicine interventions by German older adults.
Course of life satisfaction in patients with depressive and addictive disorders after therapeutic intervention.
Inner Correspondence and Peacefulness with Practices among Participants in Eurythmy Therapy and Yoga: A Validation Study.
Adaptive coping strategies in patients with chronic pain conditions and their interpretation of disease.
Adaptive coping strategies and attitudes toward health and healing in German homeopathy and acupuncture users.
God image and happiness in chronic pain patients: the mediating role of disease interpretation.
A pilot study on the effects of a team building process on the perception of work environment in an integrative hospital for neurological rehabilitation.
[Religiosity, spirituality, health and work-related behaviour patterns in pastors of two free protestant denominations].
Survival of cancer patients treated with mistletoe extract (Iscador): a systematic literature review.
[Assessment of quality of life in health services research - conceptual, methodological and structural prerequisites].
Reliability and validity of a new scale on internal coherence (ICS) of cancer patients.
Spiritualität/Religiosität als Ressource im Umgang mit chronischer Krankheit
Dem Gutes tun, der leidet
Spiritual Needs of Patients with Chronic Diseases
Homöopathie in der Zahnheilkunde
Psychosoziale und spirituelle Bedürfnisse chronisch Kranker
Krebserkrankung und Persönlichkeit: Pilotstudie zur Entwicklung eines neuen Fragebogeninstruments in der Ätiologieforschung
Spirituality as a Resource to Rely on in Chronic Illness: The SpREUK Questionnaire
The Duke University Religion Index (DUREL): A Five-Item Measure for Use in Epidemological Studies
Measuring Religiosity/Spirituality: Theoretical Differentiations and Categorization of Instruments
Selective killing of CD8+ CD28− CD62Llo cells by the GaINAc-specific lectin from Viscum album
Spiritualität und Gesundheit: Konzepte, Operationalisierung, Studienergebnisse
Health-Related Quality of Life and Reliance on God’s Help
Spirituality and Adaptive Coping Styles in German Patients with Chronic Diseases in a CAM Health Care Setting
Achtsamkeitsbasierte Interventionsprogramme in der Integrativen Onkologie - eine Zusammenfassung der verfügbaren Evidenz
Aspects of Spirituality in German and Polish Adolescents and Young Adults—Factorial Structure of the ASP Students’ Questionnaire
Wirkung von Gong-Klängen auf das kardiorespiratorische System: Eine Pilotstudie
Relevance of Religion and Spirituality in German Patients with Chronic Diseases
Reliance on God's Help, Depression and Fatigue in Female Cancer Patients
Psychosoziale und spirituelle Bedürfnisse bei Patienten mit chronischen Schmerz- und Krebserkrankungen
Validity and Reliability of the Hebrew Version of the SpREUK Questionnaire for Religiosity, Spirituality and Health: An Application for Oral Diseases
Aromatherapy as an adjuvant treatment in cancer care – a descriptive systematic review
Reliance on God’s Help in Patients with Depressive and Addictive Disorders is not Associated with Their Depressive Symptoms
Assessment of Mindfulness: Review on State of the Art
Frequency of Spiritual/Religious Practices in Polish Patients with Chronic Diseases: Validation of the Polish Version of the SpREUK-P Questionnaire
Altruism in adolescents and young adults: validation of an instrument to measure generative altruism with structural equation modeling
The Benefit through Spirituality/Religiosity Scale-A 6-Item Measure for Use in Health Outcome Studies
Exploring the Link between Religious Attitudes and Subjective Well-Being in Chronic Pain Patients
Induction of apoptosis by mistletoe lectin I and its subunits. No evidence for cytotoxic effects caused by isolated A- and B-chains
Use of a basic breathing meditation technique to attenuate perioperative stress prior to cancer resection – findings of a pilot study
Interpretation of illness in patients with chronic diseases from Shanghai and their associations with life satisfaction, escape from illness, and ability to reflect the implications of illness
Religiosity/Spirituality of German Doctors in Private Practice and Likelihood of Addressing R/S Issues with Patients
Aspects of spirituality and ideals to help in adolescents from Christian academic high schools
Induction of apoptosis by the N-acetyl-galactosamine-specific toxic lectin from Viscum album L. is associated with a decrease of nuclear p53 and Bcl-2 proteins and induction of telomeric associations
Effects of a Mindfulness-Based Day-Care Clinic in Cancer Survivors
Psychische Belastungen von Medizinstudierenden an den Universitäten München und Witten/Herdecke – ein Vergleich
Personal Prayer in Patients Dealing with Chronic Illness: A Review of the Research Literature
Mistletoe. The Genus Viscum: Medicinal an Aromatic plants - Industrial Profiles.
Mistletoe, The Genus Viscum Edited by Arndt Büssing- Harwood Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.
A systematic literature review on the effectiveness of eurythmy therapy.
Personal Prayer in Patients Dealing with Chronic Illness: A Review of the Research Literature.
Childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): sister chromatid exchange (SCE) frequency and lymphocyte subpopulations during therapy.
Effect of Viscum album L. on rapidly proliferating amniotic fluid cells. Sister chromatid exchange frequency and proliferation index.
Recurrent systemic pneumococcal infection in an immunocompromised patient.
Thionins from Viscum album L: influence of the viscotoxins on the activation of granulocytes.
Apoptosis-inducing properties of Viscum album L. extracts from different host trees, correlate with their content of toxic mistletoe lectins.
Generation of reactive oxygen intermediates (ROI) by the thionins from Viscum album L.
Mistletoe in immunology and the clinic (short review).
Selective killing of CD8+ cells with a 'memory' phenotype (CD62Llo) by the N-acetyl-D-galactosamine-specific lectin from Viscum album L.
Mistletoe therapy and immunological research.
Mistletoe: a story with an open end.
Stimulation of antitumour immunity by intrapleural instillation of a Viscum album L. extract.
Prevention of surgery-induced suppression of granulocyte function by intravenous application of a fermented extract from Viscum album L. in breast cancer patients.
Search for meaningful support and the meaning of illness in German cancer patients.
Mistletoe in cancer - a systematic review on controlled clinical trials.
Stimulation of the maturation of dendritic cells in vitro by a fermented mistletoe extract.
Intracellular expression of IL-4 and inhibition of IFN-gamma by extracts from European mistletoe is related to induction of apoptosis.
Toxic proteins from European mistletoe (Viscum album L.): increase of intracellular IL-4 but decrease of IFN-gamma in apoptotic cells.
Differential binding of toxic lectins from Viscum album L., ML I and ML III, to human lymphocytes.
Release of interleukin-6 in cultured B-chronic lymphocytic leukaemia cells is associated with both activation and cell death via apoptosis.
Influence of polysaccharides from Viscum album L. on human lymphocytes, monocytes and granulocytes in vitro.
Induction of Fas ligand (CD95L) by the toxic mistletoe lectins in human lymphocytes.
Linguistic processing and classification of semi structured bibliographic data on complementary medicine.
Validation of the self regulation questionnaire as a measure of health in quality of life research.
Validation of the brief multidimensional life satisfaction scale in patients with chronic diseases.
Local reactions to treatments with Viscum album L. extracts and their association with T-lymphocyte subsets and quality of life.
In vitro response of stimulated B-CLL lymphocytes of patients treated with Viscum album L. extracts.
Course of mitogen-stimulated T lymphocytes in cancer patients treated with Viscum album extracts.
Immune modulation using mistletoe (Viscum album L.) extracts Iscador.
Aromatherapy as an adjuvant treatment in cancer care--a descriptive systematic review.
Usage of alternative medical systems, acupuncture, homeopathy and anthroposophic medicine, by older German adults.
Spiritual needs of patients with chronic pain diseases and cancer - validation of the spiritual needs questionnaire.
Eurythmy therapy increases specific oscillations of heart rate variability
Integrating mindfulness in supportive cancer care: a cohort study on a mindfulness-based day care clinic for cancer survivors
Do Self-efficacy Expectation and Spirituality Provide a Buffer Against Stress-Associated Impairment of Health? A Comprehensive Analysis of the German Pastoral Ministry Study