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A Cochrane Database systematic review from China suggests that the herbal formula Sheng Mai San (SMS - Generate the Pulse Powder) may exert a positive effect on heart failure, especially when used alongside usual medical treatment.
Acupuncture can lead to significant pain reduction and improvement in lung function in patients who have had sternotomy for heart surgery.
An American author has carried out a detailed review of what is known about the mechanisms involved in the cardiovascular effects of acupuncture. It details experimental work showing that acupuncture leads to the release of...
An extract of Dan Shen (Radix Salvia Miltiorrhizae) can reduce oxidative stress in diabetic patients with chronic heart disease (CHD).
A review paper by Chinese authors has focused on the neurophysiological basis of the effects of Neiguan P-6 stimulation on cardiovascular mechanisms.
A meta-analysis by Chinese authors suggests that Xuezhikang (a partially purified extract of fermented red yeast rice) has a lipid-regulating effect and is safe and effective in reducing cardiovascular events in coronary heart disease patients (CHD).
A high urinary concentration of the endocrine disruptor bisphenol A (BPA) has been positively associated with obesity and insulin resistance in older Chinese adults.
Chinese herbal medicines (CHMs) may help to prevent restenosis (the recurrence of narrowing of the blood vessel) following coronary stent placement, thus reducing cardiac mortalit
A study carried out in Italy suggests that acupuncture at Neiguan P-6 can be used as an effective, non-invasive and safe tool to manage cardiac arrhythmias caused by atrial fibrillation (AF).
A satisfying life is good for the health of the heart, shows the results from a large study of British civil servants.