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2008-08-01An examination of the clinical practices and perceptions of professional herbalists providing patient care concurrently with conventional medical practice in AustraliaCasey, M; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
2018-03-01Special diets in modern America: Analysis of the 2012 National Health Interview Survey dataLeung, B; Lauche, R; Leach, M; Zhang, Y; Cramer, H; Sibbritt, D
2016-02-01Healthcare utilisation of pregnant women who experience sciatica, leg cramps and/or varicose veins: A cross-sectional survey of 1835 pregnant womenHall, H; Lauche, R; Adams, J; Steel, A; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D
2018-10-17The management of common recurrent headaches by chiropractors: A descriptive analysis of a nationally representative surveyMoore, C; Leaver, A; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J
2013-01-01Rurality, mobility, identity: Women's use of complementary and alternative medicine in rural AustraliaMeurk, C; Broom, A; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
2016-11-16Complementary and alternative medicine practitioner use prior to pregnancy predicts use during pregnancyFrawley, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Gallois, C; Steel, A; Adams, J
2018-12-01Complementary medicine use in the Australian population: Results of a nationally-representative cross-sectional surveySteel, A; McIntyre, E; Harnett, J; Foley, H; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Wardle, J; Frawley, J
2012-12-01Higher unprocessed red meat, chicken and fish intake is associated with a higher vegetable intake in mid-age non-vegetarian womenJenkins, L; Mcevoy, M; Patterson, A; Sibbritt, D
2017-10-05Comparison of Health Information Technology Use Between American Adults With and Without Chronic Health Conditions: Findings From The National Health Interview Survey 2012Zhang, Y; Lauche, R; Sibbritt, D; Olaniran, B; Cook, R; Adams, J
2015The labour and birth outcomes associated with the use of herbal medicine in pregnancy.Steel, A; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A
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