“Doctors Going Alternative” by Julie Deardorff – The Chicago Tribune – January 14, 2009
More mainstream physicians are suggesting meditation, massage and acupunture. From the article:
Nearly 40 percent of adults used integrative therapies last year, according to a new government report, most often to treat chronic back, neck and joint pain, arthritis, anxiety, high cholesterol and head or chest colds.
Read more at the Chicago Tribune site.