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Acupuncture restrictions in Wales

The Welsh government announces plans for new restrictions, including a national licensing system for acupuncture. Along with a ban on […]

Prince Charles backs complimentary therapy

Prince Charles wrote to the Health Secretary in 2007, after a drop in NHS referrals had threatened the existence of […]

Acupuncture for executive stress

Recent statistics show that the total number of cases of work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2013/14 was 487 000 […]

Acupuncture shown to improve Chrohn’s Disease

Acupuncture and moxibustion have induced a powerful anti-inflammatory response in human patients with Crohn’s Disease, with the help of a […]

Trials demonstrate the effectiveness for acupuncture to control allergic rhinitis

High quality evidence shows the efficacy and effectiveness for acupuncture in the treatment of both seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis.

Acupuncture used as part of treatment for the military

The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is pioneering treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury amongst 320,000 veterans.¬†Symptoms include headaches, dizziness, sleep disorders […]

Try acupuncture for executive stress

Mastering the art of relaxation whilst coping with a high pressured job can be extremely challenging. Acupuncture is one way […]

Vogue’s Beauty Editor describes her acupuncture experience as the ‘ultimate pre-party appointment’

Acupuncture is fast becoming the latest beauty trend for party goers in the US. Mackenzie Wagoner described her experience as […]

Veterans in the US try acupuncture as alternative to narcotics

The military uses acupuncture to treat wounded soldiers on the battlefield, and the Tomah VA Hospital, Wisconsin now covers acupuncture […]