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Dec'19

Effects of Scalp Acupuncture on Functional Deficits

A Brazilian research team reported that acupuncture and electrical stimulation, combined or not, had beneficial effect on motor performance following …

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20

Nov'19

What is meridian: A Modern Basis of Understanding

Longhurst JC from University of California recently published a review on the modern standing of meridian. Acupuncture, one of the …

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05

Nov'19

Auricular Acupressure For Myopia

A research team from China and USA reported newly that auricular acupressure is more effective for treating myopia than other treatments such …

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10

Sep'19

Evidence from JAMA: Acupuncture effective to treat aromatase inhibitor-related arthralgias in early-stage breast cancer patients

A multiple center randomized clinical trial conducted at 11 academic centers and clinical sites in the United States from March 2012 …

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09

Sep'19

Scalp Acupuncture May Be An Effective Treatment For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

A systematic review and meta-analysis conducted by Liu et al​1​ showed that scalp acupuncture may be an effective treatment for children …

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02

Sep'19

List of Chinese Medicine Journals

Journals in English Annals of Chinese Medicine/ DenmarkAcupuncture in Medicine / UKMedical Acupuncture / USAThe American Journal of Chinese Medicine/USAThe …

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31

Aug'19

Acupuncture improve IVF rate

A research team from Nanjing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine reviewed digital databases for relevant studies, including Embase, PubMed, Cochrane …

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27

Aug'19

Tuina benefit ADHD in children and adolescents

A research team from Hongkong carried out a systematic review of 8 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and 3 case series …

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25

Aug'19

Baduanjin Reduce Risk for Ischemic Stroke

A research team from Fujian University of TCM reported that regular Baduanjin qigong might be potentially helpful to promote the …

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17

Aug'19

Regular Ba Duan Jin practice improve chronic neck pain

A research team from China reported that participants undergoing Ba Duan Jin i.e. Eight Brocades Qigong exercises achieved significantly greater …

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