The use of complementary and alternative medicine by individuals with features of metabolic syndrome

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Akilen, Raj; Pimlott, Zeller; Tsiami, Amalia A.; Robinson, Nicola;

OBJECTIVE:\ud To compare the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), including dietary supplements, by individuals with and without features of metabolic syndrome (FeMS).\ud METHODS:\ud Using a cross sectional study design, information was obtained by self-... View more
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