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Alternative therapy gains mileage across Kenya August 20, 2009

Posted by Dreamhealer in Alternative medicine.
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Alternative medicine has evoked spirited debate on its role within medicine, especially because there are poor health guidelines in the country. Although there are no statistics indicating how many Kenyans resort to alternative medicine, it has definitely gained acceptance in the country. 
World Health Organisation statistics show that 3.5 billion people use traditional medicine globally and in Africa about 85 per cent of the population resorts to this option. But now another concept of alternative medicine is taking root in Kenya. While many associate alternative medicine to herbal treatment, other diverse terms are finding a footing in Kenya such as naturopathy, chiropractice, meditation, yoga, hypnosis, homeopathy, acupuncture, and diet-based therapies. Read More…

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