In 2002, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched a strategy on traditional medicine to help countries explore their potential for people’s health and well-being, while minimizing the risks of unproven or misused remedies. The main aim of the strategy is to encourage further research. There is some evidence that seems to support the use of traditional and complementary medicine―for example, acupuncture to relieve pain, yoga to reduce asthma attacks, and tai ji techniques to help elderly people reduce their fear of falls.

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“Exploring Other Methods of Health Treatments with Further Research


This passage is open to the continued use of traditional medicine, coupled with an effort to research other complementary medicines to see if they are successful. No conclusions are reached in this passage.

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