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Acupuncture: Does it Belong in Animal Research?

“Acupuncture is commonly used to relieve pain in both people and pets. Can it also be used alongside traditional medicine to manage pain in laboratory animals? The ancient Chinese therapy is slowly being incorporated into research settings, in an effort to improve clinical conditions and quality of life. A 2015 study in Endocrinology revealed that…

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Chinese acupuncture cures patients in rural Tunisia

A wonderful story about a women, Fatima Kehila living in Sidi Thabet, a rural town in the northern suburbs of Tunisian capital Tunis and how acupuncture help cure her leg arthritis. Read the Story Here!

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Battlefield acupuncture? Yes, it exists, and the military is using it to fight troops’ pain

The U.S. military has added the ancient holistic therapy of acupuncture to its arsenal for fighting opioid abuse in the ranks. The practice, which first originated in China about 8,000 years ago, provides immediate relief for acute and chronic pain, and, without the risk of addiction, can be used without any restrictions. One of the…

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Study finds acupuncture reduces hot flashes and can improve sleep

“For women with breast cancer, hot flashes can be an unpleasant side effect of treatment. But new research points to electro-acupuncture — a type of acupuncture that uses tiny needles gently activated by a current — as a possible source of relief. NJ Advance Media recently asked Jun Mao, MD, Chief of Integrative Medicine at…

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5 Ways Acupuncture Can Fix Your Health Problems?

acupuncture.jpg Acupuncture can help fix headaches: migraines, cluster headaches, tension headaches Acupuncture can help fix digestive problems: Diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain, post food poison stomach pain, cramping, vomiting and nausea, belching, gas, bloating, indigestion and many more. Acupuncture can help fix sports injuries: Ligament strains, contracted muscles, whiplash, neck pain, leg pain, arm pain, finger…

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Acupuncture and Herbs Force Expulsion of Kidney Stones

Acupuncture combined with herbal medicine and medications assists in the elimination of kidney stones that have lodged in the ureters. Jiangxi Jiujiang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine researchers made two important findings. First, a combination of herbs and the drug tamsulosin (Flomax) enables the passage of kidney stones. Second, adding acupuncture to the herbal medicine…

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Acupuncture Cuts Neck Surgery Pain

Acupuncture therapy is compelling for relief after surgery of the cervical spine. Scientists find electroacupuncture connected to acupoints Hegu (LI4) and Neiguan (PC6) sheltered and viable for accomplishing huge agony alleviation. Surgery on the front cervical spine is a mind boggling technique. Analgesics including fentanyl and sufentanil might be utilized to ease postoperative pain. Be…

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Acupuncture for All

A new wellness studio in the Flatiron district aims to make acupuncture as accessible as a Drybar blowout. Do one thing, do it well and do it affordably. That seems to be the thought behind the boutique studio boom that has given us Drybar for hairstyling, SoulCycle for indoor cycling, Skin Laundry for laser treatments,…

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Acupuncture gives relief to cancer patients suffering insomnia

Watch the latest video at foxnews.com “Doctors may be turning away from medication and headed toward more holistic methods to treat cancer survivors who suffer from severe insomnia. Research suggests up to 60 percent of cancer survivors have trouble falling asleep or suffer from chronic insomnia because of cancer treatments like chemotherapy and steroids, as…

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Acupuncture Heart Disease

Researchers find acupuncture effective for the treatment of coronary heart disease (CHD). Using Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) scans, researchers from the Department of Nuclear Medicine at Peking University Shenzhen Hospital document that acupuncture produces a 70.1% blood perfusion improvement in ischemic myocardium CHD patients, while sublingual administration of nitroglycerine produces a 77.4% improvement….

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