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Certain traditional Chinese medicine, including tea and acupuncture, may safely and effectively help treat chronic eczema, a new report finds.
Alternative therapies, such as acupuncture, are becoming increasingly popular for pets.
Wellness options have become popular in the spa industry in recent years, and a new study shows how one offering is helping improve the mental states of breast cancer patients.
A new herbal formula based in ancient Chinese medicine may be able to control allergic reactions to peanuts and other foods, researchers from New York City's Mount Sinai School of Medicine report.
Canadian researchers have released a study showing how color can affect people when it comes to being detail-oriented and creative.
Physicians in the Air Force are beginning training in acupuncture techniques to use in the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan for pain management.
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Acupuncture works better than drugs like aspirin to reduce the severity and frequency of chronic headaches, U.S. researchers recently reported.
Looking for the perfect gift for your clients this holiday season? Give your clients the gift of health with a copy of Nourish Your Skin & Body with Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Researchers at Ohio State University are conducting studies on the effectiveness of massage therapy for the treatment of muscle soreness and recovery.