Figure 6 ranks the top 10 conditions prompting CAM use among adults for 20.
Figure 6: Diseases/Conditions for Which CAM is Most Frequently Used Among Adults (2002, 20 NHIS asked selected adult respondents about CAM use by children in their households.
Figure 7: 10 Most Common Therapies Among Children (2007) Figure 8: Most Common Natural Products Among Children (2007) Figure 9: Diseases/Conditions for Which CAM is Most Frequently Used Among Children (2007) NCCIH plans to collaborate with NCHS on further analyses of the survey findings.
Figure 2 shows the percentage of people using CAM by age. Figure 2: CAM Use by Age (2007) Figure 3: CAM Use by Race/Ethnicity Among Adults (2007) Nonvitamin, nonmineral natural products are the most commonly used CAM therapy among adults.
Use has increased for several therapies, including deep breathing exercises, therapy, and yoga.
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You may be interested to read Steve Kress's blog in the Huffington Post.The report's citation is Barnes PM, Bloom B, Nahin R. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use Among Adults and Children: United States, 2007. It is available, along with a press release and graphics, at gov/news/camstats/.People who do not have access to the Internet can contact the NCCIH Clearinghouse for a copy.Figure 4 shows the percentage of people using the most common CAM therapies and therapies with significant increases between 20.Figure 4: 10 Most Common CAM Therapies Among Adults (2007) , echinacea, and flaxseed.The AUDUBON OSPREY NEST CAM - HOG ISLAND, MAINE is located at the Hog Island Audubon Camp near Bremen, Maine.