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[USPRwire, Tue Aug 13 2019] Complementary therapy is widely known by multiple terms, which include alternative medicine, alternative therapy, traditional medicine, and holistic therapy.
Australia's complementary medicines industry is estimated to be worth about $4.9 billon annually, and has experienced $2.0 billion growth over the last 5 years.
'We can feed our children from different family food items as complementary food," she said, adding that people should acquire knowledge on how to prepare nutritious diets by making it suitable for children.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 12 2019] Complementary therapy is widely known by multiple terms, which include alternative medicine, alternative therapy, traditional medicine, and holistic therapy.
In this research the authors chose to use a definition of complementary medicine that differs from the way it has generally been defined.
Speaking in an event here on Wednesday, said that complementary feeding rates are undesirable low in Pakistan compared to other countries in the region and urged to improve timely complementary feeding.
Alternative and complementary healthcare today has begun to command great respect by the ever increasing practitioners of various types of therapies and holistic care, and the people seeking these treatments.
Synopsis of: Leach M, Canaway R, Hunter J (2018) Evidence based practice in traditional and complementary medicine: An agenda for policy, practice, education and research, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 31 pp.38-46
Inpatients' Preferences, Beliefs, and Stated Willingness to Pay for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Treatments.
Q I'm interested in learning more about complementary medicine, but my doctor has a rather conservative view.
Proposing policies, strategies and regulations relevant to the military industries sector and complementary industries.
Complementary medicines were previously perceived to be unregulated, although the Medicines Act does not distinguish between allopathic and complementary medicine.

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