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Many "alternative" medicine practices are starting to become mainstream. More than 40 percent of Americans now integrate at least one alternative medicine practices into their health care -- things like yoga, meditation, acupuncture, or massage.
"I have just in the last 5 years seen a shift where people have gone from asking what acupuncture is or thinking hypnosis is weird to really wanting it and incorporationg it into their regimens," says Dr. Taz Bhatia.
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