Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medecine
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Long Facebook post about 11-year-old Daniel who is gradually overcoming very severe allergies and eczema with the help of sublingual immunotherapy and Chinese herbs. November 2011
TCM Herbal remedies for allergy – a helpful post on the healthiertalk.com site May 2011
Acupuncture for allergy
Acupuncture/yoga exercise helps brain fog in autistic and Alzheimer patients – and the rest of us!
Interesting article on using Chinese Medicine approaches to control allergies
Traditional Chinese Medicine: A look at this holistic method whereby patients see an improvement in their entire physical wellbeing after being treated for specific symptoms – Barbara Hezelgrave 2003
First Published in 2003
Safety, clinical, and immunologic efficacy of a Chinese herbal medicine (Food Allergy Herbal Formula-2) for food allergy. October 2015
Chinese Herbal Formula-3 inhibits food allergy in rats by stabilizing mast cells through modulating calcium mobilization. July 3013
Acupuncture offers a low cost, effective alternative to surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee – August 2012
Acupuncture effective for chronic pain -September 2012 ; further discussion on the NYTimes Well blog.
Acupuncture can improve skeletal muscle atrophy April 2012
A traditional Chinese herbal remedy known as kampo helped to relieve daily asthma symptoms in nearly all of the 200 people studied. March 2012
Acupuncture and antihistamine both successful in reducing eczema itch. Abstract here, comment here. Febuary 2012
Chinese medicine twice a successful as conventional Western medicine in treatment of infertility. December 2011 More information here and here.
Acupuncture successful for depression in pregnancy
New insights into how acupuncture may control pain
Acupuncture helps control pain
Acupuncture can relieve preganancy indigestion
Chinese medicine for depression – an encouraging study
Acupuncture being used for pain control on the battlefield
Acupuncture beats aspirin for chronic headache
Acupuncture for respiratory allergies
First Published in January 2007
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