Alternative medicine use among workers in an urban setting in North-Central Nigeria

  title={Alternative medicine use among workers in an urban setting in North-Central Nigeria},
  author={Banwat M.E},
  • Banwat M.E
  • Published 2015
Introduction: Alternative Medicine refers to healing practices not typically used in conventional medicine and therapeutic practices which are not currently considered an integral part of conventional allopathic medical practice. The World Health Organization estimates the prevalence of use of Alternative medicines among Africans to range between 20% and 80%. The objective of this study was to assess the level of use and factors associated with use of alternative medicine among working class… CONTINUE READING


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