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Actividad Unidad 1 Ingles I

Actividad Unidad 1 Ingles I



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Actividad 1 sobre las palabras y su morfología en inglés
Actividad 1 sobre las palabras y su morfología en inglés

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Published by: yohi on Jun 02, 2009
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What type ofpeople are attracted to alternativemedicine?
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What type of people are attracted to alternative medicine?
The first, and most obvious, answer that critics come up with is that those who use alternative remedies do so because they are stupid and gullible. This, however, is wrong.The tendency is that people are more likely to use alternative treatments the more educated they are. The level of education aperson has attained is probably the the best indicator that a person is likely to use some form of alternative treatment. Thisapparent paradox may be explained by the fact that more educated people are more likely to be interested in and read up onthings that they are exposed to, they are more likely to question the perceived authority of conventional medicalpractitioners, and if they have an illness, be more likely to learn about it and consider other forms of treatment for it. Of course, educated people are likely to have more money to spend on alternative medicine too.Being intelligent or well educated does not mean that a person is going to think more logically; in fact, it often results in them becoming better at defending and justifying their irrational beliefs.There is not a single answer to who will use alternative remedies but there are some generalised groups of people who willuse it based on perceptions of their health or their world view:
Those in poor general health.
Someone in poorer than average health has obviously had less success in dealing with it than someone in good generalhealth. This could be the reason why they are more likely to try all kinds of remedies in the hope that they will find one that will work for them.It is known that many people who use alternative remedies consider their health to be poorer than average. Many chronic(long term) conditions do not respond well to conventional treatments and this can lead to disillusionment in the sufferer, who may, understandably, seek out alternatives.

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