has an interest, let him look for it, meet girls and marry".
This is how the deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism Cheslau Shulha recently answered a question about the growing sex industry in Belarus on a state TV channel.
For nearly every symptom, respondents living in rural locations were more likely to use an alternative (folk) medicine practitioner than urban residents.
Greater wealth was also associated with using these practitioners, while distrust of doctors played a role in the treatment of some symptoms.
The Fipra Group has more than 30 partner organisations (“Units”) covering most major markets.
Research suggests that since the collapse of the Soviet Union there has been a sharp growth in the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in some former Soviet countries.
The head of the Australian delegation, Kitty Chiller, said on Sunday that this was her fifth Olympics and she had "never experienced a village in this state – or lack of state – of readiness at this point in time,” she said.