Dr. R. Ian Hardy, an M.D. with Ph.D. Board Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist at Fertility Centers of New England said he recommends acupuncture in conjunction with in vitro fertilization to his patients all the time. IVF and acupuncture in Auckland, NZ

Ingenta: article summary — Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in the treatment of patients with seasonal allergic rhinitis: a randomized-controlled clinical trial World Health Organisation: “Acupuncture is more effective than antihistamine drugs in the treatment of allergic rhinitis“

Read the story on Sciencedaily.com DURHAM, N.C. – In the first such clinical trial of its kind, researchers at Duke University Medical Center have found that acupuncture is more effective at reducing nausea and vomiting after major breast surgery than the leading medication The researchers also found that patients who underwent the 5,000-year-old Chinese practice […]

Acupuncture highly effective against hayfeverLondon, Sept 1 (ANI): A new research published in the journal ‘Allergy’ has confirmed the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating people who suffer from hayfever. Researchers at the University of Erlangen in Nuremberg, Germany, and the Charite University Medical Centre in Berlin conducted their research work on 52 hayfever sufferers in […]

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3 August 2004 The Green Party hopes a visit to the hospital can include options such as acupuncture, osteopathy and homeopathic medicines. It follows the release of a report into complementary and alternative health treatments. The Ministerial Advisory Committee recommends that alternative practices deemed safe are worthy of public funding. Greens health spokeswoman Sue Kedgley […]

Read the story here SINGAPORE – A Singapore government-backed biotechnology firm says it is on track to developing an acupuncture pill, claiming to have put the traditional Asian method of using needles to address various physical ailments into a tiny capsule.

A team of Hong Kong and Australian scientists reviewed 26 trials which looked into use of  pericardium 6, acupuncture point in the wrist to relieve the post-operative symptoms. Acupuncture was just as effective as routine anti-sickness drugs in preventing nausea and vomiting, but had few side effects and was cheaper, the study found.