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Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 28, 2016
Riél Aurelia Latimer, student at KU, Lawrence
“Mostly just lifestyle changes, whether it be diet, exercise or sleep habits, but no eastern medicine or anything of that nature.”
Nathan Corsi, musician in Not a Planet, Kansas City, Mo.
“Chiropractics, massage, reflexology, acupuncture, herbs.”
Monica Li, trained dispatcher, Overland Park
“I don’t really believe in alternative medicine. Western medicine validated by peer-reviewed studies is the most valid.”
Nathan Showalter, musician in Not a Planet, Kansas City, Mo.
“Definitely chiropractics, massage, some St. John’s Wort, fish oil, kratom — not sure if I’m all about that one, but I’ve tried it — and meditation.”
Kyle Whitley, manages textbook department at KU Bookstore, Lawrence
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Years ago, I was having issues with my right elbow. I found that acupuncture helped a great deal.
1 year, 9 months ago
Prayer, herbs, positive thinking, meditation, and being around other positive people which can help immensely
Healthy food,exercise,whole food supplements with a generous dose of probiotics and try to get a nap from time to time.
Some years ago was able to clear up a intense stomach pain with liquid acidophilus,creamed papaya and aloe vera juice as advised. Still keep some of this on the shelf.
An old man told me a long time ago that good health was the absolute slowest way to die, I quit worrying about what I eat, stay away from alternative, or otherwise medicine and quit seeing doctors so much. I feel fine!
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