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Tai chi (TC) training helps improve attention in healthy young adults, according to American researchers.
Research from the USA has found that a 12-week tai chi (TC) intervention was more effective in reducing fall rates for stroke survivors than either strength training or usual care.
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.
Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan (GZFLW - Cinnamon and Hoelen Formula) appears to result in additional reduction of fibroid volume when added to mifepristone treatment, according to a Cochrane Database systematic review.
A Chinese herbal formula had been found to be effective for functional constipation by a study carried out in Hong Kong. The formula Ma Zi Ren Wan (MZRW - composed of Huo Ma Ren [Fructus Cannabis], Da Huang [Radix et Rhizoma...
Traditional Chinese herbal medicines can slow the progression from pre-diabetes to diabetes according to a study from China.
German researchers have used fMRI scanning to compare needling at a verum acupuncture point to the needling of a sham point.
Australian researchers have conducted a study exploring the experience of acupuncture for people with chronic low back pain.
An fMRI study by Chinese authors has found that acupuncture at Yanglingquan GB-34 can enhance functional connectivity in the brain’s default mode network (DMN) in stroke patients.
A review article by Australian authors has summarised the research evidence relating to the use of acupuncture for treating women’s reproductive disorders.