Battling and Beating Cancer — Coping With The Psychological & Social Aspects of Cancer Part 1

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Battling and Beating Cancer — Coping With The Psychological & Social Aspects of Cancer Part 2

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Acupuncture to treat “lazy eye”?

Acupuncture is a very welcome alternative in treating anisometropic amblyopia. Amblyopia, otherwise known as "azy eye", is a disorder in which one eye works better than the other so that the brain … [Read more...]

Acupuncture for heart failure patients

Heart failure patients need physical activity but their hearts are too weak to do much exercise. So what's a heart failure patient to do? The answer is needles – the traditional Chinese practice of … [Read more...]

Acupuncture improves sex drive, quality of life in breast cancer patients

Cancer treatment comes with a lot of side effects, mild and severe, short-term and long-term. In recent years, complementary medicine has become an integral part of the management of the side effects … [Read more...]

Acupuncture can ease breast cancer side effects

Battling breast cancer is already a painful process for women who are suffering from this deadly disease. While breast cancer treatment can give them a fighting chance to survive, they also have to … [Read more...]

Acupuncture and cardiovascular health

Millions of Americans are into some of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), according to the 2007 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS). In total 38% of adults and 12% of children in the US … [Read more...]

The Role of Acupuncture in Cancer Treatment

Acupuncture is used as both an alternative and a complementary cancer therapy and is utilized for cancer and associated treatment symptoms. Alternative therapy is a plan of care that is utilized … [Read more...]

More of Alternative Therapies For Arthritis Patients

I found the following report entitled: Beyond the Pill Bottle: Alternative Arthritis Therapies which emphasizes the benefits of alternative therapies for arthritis patients. "Beyond the pill bottle" … [Read more...]

Acupuncture and Breast Cancer: Leading Charity begins World’s Largest Study

Hi there, readers! Since I'll be on the road travelling for the next two days, I asked Amanda Devereaux, one of my former bosses and best friends, to step in for me for the following guest post.   … [Read more...]

Acupuncture For Stroke Patients

By Karina Jacobsen In recent years many stroke patients have begun to turn to ancient Chinese medicines and cures to help them recover from their stroke. They use these along with modern medications … [Read more...]

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