NIH survey finds Americans' use of fish oil, melatonin, probiotics rising

Deanna Pogorelc, Senior content producer

February 10, 2015

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The NIH’s 2012 National Health Interview Survey gathered and analyzed data from nearly 89,000 American adults (and interviews with more than 17,000 adults concerning their children) about their use of complementary health approaches, including dietary supplements, osteopathic manipulation and meditation.

About the Author(s)

Deanna Pogorelc

Senior content producer, New Hope Network

Deanna oversees day-to-day production of digital content, newsletters and social media for She especially enjoys writing about packaging and mission-driven brands. Prior to joining New Hope Network, Deanna reported on healthcare innovation for MedCity News. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ball State University.

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