CDC: Many Americans use alternative therapies

A CDC study estimates that more than one in nine young people in the U.S. try alternative medicine therapies and 2.8 million use supplements. About one-third of adults use alternative treatments as well, the survey shows, and children were five times as likely to use them if a parent or other relative did. The most popular types of alternative therapy for adults and children are herbal remedies and dietary supplements.

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