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Researchers in Switzerland have shown people who eat a daily dose of dark chocolate may be less stressed.
A new study done at the Yale School of Medicine has indicated acupuncture can be used to successfully treat lower back and pelvic pain in women who are pregnant.
A new study from Brigham Young University shows clean smells can encourage good behavior in people, and smell is often a key component of the spa environment.
A recent study done in Chicago shows how transcendental meditation aids the well-being of patients being treated for breast cancer.
Supervised exercise programs for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy can reduce fatigue and boost muscle strength, aerobic capacity and emotional well-being, a new study suggests.
More and more people in Japan are getting vitamin injections through intravenous drips as this latest health and beauty craze grows.
Though some Americans suffering from eczema are finding relief in alternative therapies such as acupuncture, dermatologists are suggesting caution if clients choose to purse this route.
A new study has shown the acupuncture helps regulate key pain receptors in the brain, furthering its range of uses in therapeutic treatments.
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