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21 Aug

The design was a descriptive, comparative study of 183 elders who reported the number of CAM used and satisfaction with CAM.A convenience sample was recruited through community service organizations in the state of Mississippi.Corbis If you’ve been following (American) football, you probably heard that over the weekend, while playing against the Titans in Tennessee, Cam Newton whipped out a popular dance called “The Dab” to celebrate scoring a touchdown.And not just any touchdown, but an incredibly hard one that involved the Carolina Panthers quarterback rushing, pushing and holding on to the pigskin for dear life to get through Titan defense and over the goal line. So the 6’5″ star quarterback danced to his heart’s content for eight seconds doing “The Dab,” a dance that was popularized by Atlanta-based rap group Migos and has since spread. Newtown (born and bred in Atlanta) then lifted both arms in the air, as if flexing, all to a beat in his head. That was until members of the defense, salty about Newton’s celebration, rushed at him.In a defiant response, Newton continued to dance right in their faces for another second or two. That game happened to be my nine year old daughter’s first live NFL experience.As he put it in a post-game press conference, “I’m a firm believer if you don’t like me to do it, then don’t let me in.” As in, don’t let him in the end zone. Newton, Congratulations on your win in Nashville today. She was surprised to see so many Panthers’ fans sitting in our section of the stadium; that doesn’t happen much at fourth grade football games.And older people, he says, “tend to be much more prone to encounter problems from standard medical treatment.They suffer more from side effects and complications, in part because their reserves for metabolizing and excreting things are lower.” But what sets CAM apart from traditional medicine, says Zarren, is not only different techniques and medicines but the way medicine is practiced.

Some of the Panthers fans in our section began taunting the hometown fans.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 36% of adults in the United States use some form of complementary or alternative medicine (CAM) therapy.

Add in prayer aimed specifically at healing, and that number nearly doubles.

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