13-Year Trends for Complementary Approaches where Questions Are Very Similar Across Years
Percent of Adult Population Reporting Use of the Approach in the NHIS
|Year||Acupuncture||Guided Imagery||Progressive Relaxation||Massage||Yoga|
NA: Not available.
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