Spiritual and religious identities predict the use of complementary and alternative medicine among US adults.

@article{Ellison2012SpiritualAR,
  title={Spiritual and religious identities predict the use of complementary and alternative medicine among US adults.},
  author={Christopher G. Ellison and Matt Bradshaw and Cheryl A Roberts},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={54 1},
  pages={9-12}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether spiritual and religious identities predict complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use above and beyond other known influences such as gender, region of residence, social status, personality, health, and access to conventional medicine. METHODS Analyzing data from the 1995-1996 National Survey of Midlife Development in the United States (n=3032), this study examines the correlations between four aspects of spirituality/religiousness-i.e., spiritual only… CONTINUE READING
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