001.a. an increase / spike in the term "vitalism":
[but, tellingly, it is in relation to a FANTASY on-line game NOT due to naturopathy's stated goal of 'transforming medicine into its vitalistic belief system'. There's not enough data to interpret, which is odd for a system that has stated 'vitalism survives scientific scrutiny'. You'd think there'd be at least a Nobel Prize citation].
[fantasy at the heart of naturopathy!].
001.b. the DECLINE of the term "naturopathic" and projected further decline:
001.c. the DECLINE of the term "natural medicine":
001.d. the DECLINE of the term "homeopathy", a central component in naturopathy:
[the nonsense that can't get traction!].
001.e. the flat performance of the term "integrative", one of naturopathy's marketing labels:
[a failed marketing rebranding of alternative medicine].
001.f. and the decline of "life force":
[because vitalism is dead].
001.g. an INCREASE in the term "science based":
[nice to see].
001.h. a remarkable DECREASE in the term "alternative medicine":
002. and dare I correlate, the DECREASE of "naturopathy" and the INCREASE of "science based":
[and I HIGHLY enjoy the recent crossover / inverse relationship!].
003. perhaps, overall:
as people become more scientifically literate, I hope, nonsenses like naturopathy lose popularity.