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Auricular acupuncture is an effective intervention for the relief of stress/anxiety amongst healthcare workers and supports their capacity for caring, suggests an American study.
Direct moxibustion may be able to improve symptoms of fatigue, according to the results of a small study carried out in the US.
The results of a pilot study carried out in the USA suggest that acupuncture may have significant, measurable benefits on residual visual function in patients with the degenerative eye disease retinitis pigmentosa (RP).
Trigger point acupuncture (TrPAcu) is significantly better than sham treatment at reducing pain and improving function in patients with chronic shoulder pain, say Japanese investigators.
Electro-auricular acupuncture could be a safe and effective non-pharmacological treatment for obese patients.
Acupuncture may help treat symptoms of nocturia, according to Turkish researchers.
A small Chinese study suggests that acupuncture can regulate hormone levels and improve psychological and menopausal symptoms in women with premature ovarian failure (POF).
A pragmatic randomised controlled trial from the UK has found that acupuncture combined with a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) provides significant benefits for patients with depression.
Adding acupuncture to usual care for patients in an emergency department (ED) is feasible and provides effective pain and nausea relief.
Acupuncture has been found to outperform counselling and usual care for patients suffering from depression complicated by pain.