What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘alternative medicine’?   2 comments

English: A graph of age-adjusted percent of ad...

English: A graph of age-adjusted percent of adults who have used complementary and alternative medicine in 2002 in the United States according to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘alternative medicine’?
2) What is ‘alternative’ about alternative medicine?
3) What alternative medicine do you know about?
4) Have you tried any alternative medicine?
5) Do you think alternative medicine is just a trend that goes in and out of fashion?
6) Do you think alternative medicine works?
7) What kind of people use alternative medicine?
8) Do you think alternative medicines work better than modern drugs?
9) Do you trust alternative medicine?
10) Do you think doctors should study about and be experts in alternative medicine?

 

1) Do you think alternative medicines are tried, tested and safe?
2) Why do you think so little is known about the health benefits of alternative medicine?
3) Which countries in the world have the best medicines?
4) Do you think we can find all the medicines we need from the natural world, instead of making drugs?
5) Would you like to try acupuncture?
6) What are your thoughts on traditional Chinese medicine?
7) Do you think the medicine in Western hospitals is alternative medicine in other countries?
8) What do you think of things like art therapy, music therapy, healing with animals, etc?
9) What would you like to know about alternative medicine?
10) Do you know anyone who uses alternative medicine?

 

2 responses to “What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘alternative medicine’?

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  1. Pingback: The Word “Alternative” « Lavoce: We Are People Too, Inc.

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