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Trends in the Use of Complementary Health Approaches in the United States: 2002–2012

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8-year sales trends* for individual non-vitamin, non-mineral natural products
10 most common complementary health approaches among adults—2012; Natural products, Deep Breathing, Yoga, tai chi, or qi gong, Chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation, Meditation, Massage, Special diets, Homeopathy, Progressive relaxation, Guided imagery
Diseases/Conditions for Which Complementary Health Approaches Are Most Frequently Used Among Children-2012: Back or neck pain, other musculoskeletal, head or chest cold, anxiety or stress, ADHD, insomnia
10 Most Common Complementary Health Approaches Among Children-2012

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