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Non-insertive acupuncture (NIA) could be a useful adjunctive treatment in newborns with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), according to a research team from the USA.
A prospective, randomised trial carried out in Denmark has found that acupuncture can reduce asthma symptoms and medication use in preschool children.
A Chinese herbal formula, ‘Ningdong granules’ (NDG), has been shown to reduce tics in children with Tourette’s syndrome.
A Turkish pilot study suggests that acupuncture may be an effective method of analgesia in newborn infants.
Having a high diversity of bacterial species in the gut may protect babies against developing allergies, according to a comprehensive study of intestinal microflora in allergic and healthy infants, conducted in Sweden.
A programme of qigong massage for young autistic children can provide an effective early intervention for autism that is suitable for delivery at home.
Meridian massage may help increase infants’ physical growth and improve their health, according to a Korean study.
Two systematic reviews have examined the use of acupuncture for autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
The addition of acupuncture to an inpatient asthma rehabilitation programme results in improvement in bronchial hyper-reactivity and reduced anxiety for paediatric patients.
A case series study of 913 infants, carrided out in Sweden has shown that minimal acupuncture at Hegu L.I.-4 is an effective and easy treatment for infantile colic.