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  • High Blood Pressure: Exploring The Benefits Of Acupuncture For Hypertension Treatment
    2023-05-23 [Medicine]
    The potential benefits of acupuncture for hypertension treatment includes the ability to reduce stress, improve circulation, and promote relaxation. Here we bring you extert tips on the various types of acupuncture available and how they can be used to treat hypertension.
  • Chinese Univ. promotes TCM, acupuncture in Pakistan
    author:Liao Yifansource:Gwadar Pro 2023-05-22 [Medicine]
    Gansu University of Chinese Medicine (GUCM) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with two Pakistani institutes to introduce a certificate course in acupuncture. The aim of this initiative is to promote Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practices in Pakistan.
  • Harvest season for caterpillar fungus in NW China's Qinghai
    source:ECNS 2023-05-19 [Medicine]
    In Zaduo County, northwest China's Qinghai Province, people were waiting in line for picking caterpillar fungus. The harvest season of caterpillar fungus in Qinghai Province has started since late April.  
  • Acupuncture for constipation
    source:MedicalNewsToday 2023-05-19 [Medicine]
    Constipation is characterized by infrequent bowel movements or difficulty in passing stool. Although there are medications available to treat constipation, they can cause side effects. Acupuncture is one alternative treatment many people try to help manage the condition.
  • Best of both medical worlds to benefit Hong Kong
    source:South China Morning Post 2023-05-18 [Medicine]
    Plan to extend and expand collaboration between Western and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in Hong Kong public hospitals is a boost for health
  • Cambodia awards honorable medals to Chinese medicine specialists
    source:Xinhua 2023-05-17 [Medicine]
    Cambodia on Monday awarded the government's honorable medal decorations to a team of 17 traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) specialists after they completed their 14-month mission in helping the kingdom fight COVID-19 and other diseases.
  • Why experts believe deep sleep could stave off dementia
    author:THEA JOURDANsource:Daily Mail 2023-05-16 [Medicine]
    Several new drugs to treat dementia have made the headlines recently, but with concerns about the cost — let alone when they might become available on the NHS — and worrying potential side-effects (such as brain swelling), the news won't change the lives of those affected today.
  • Mainland Chinese meds trio share expertise
    author:Eunice Lamsource:The Standard 2023-05-15 [Medicine]
    Three Chinese medicine practitioners from Guangdong have been mentoring 35 local counterparts and offering clinical training under a Hospital Authority visiting scholars program.
  • Should there be standards for acupuncture in the U.S.?
    author:Alan Yusource:The Pulse 2023-05-15 [Medicine]
    If you get acupuncture in the U.S., chances are you will pay for it out of pocket. Some acupuncturists say having standards for the industry gives more people access.
  • Hong Kong looks to deepen collaboration between TCM and Western medicine in public hospitals
    author:Elizabeth Cheungsource:SouthChinaMorningPost 2023-05-12 [Medicine]
    Hong Kong public hospitals are looking to expand collaboration between traditional Chinese and Western medicine to at least four more specialties as part of the initiative to develop integrated care for patients.
  • The Surprising Synergy Between Acupuncture and AI
    author:Zack Zwiezensource:USTimesPost 2023-05-12 [Medicine]
    Before I I fall asleep at night with needles in my face. Stick a pin flat in the inner corners of each eyebrow, one per temple, one in the center of each eyebrow above the pupil, a few next to my nose and mouth. I woke up hours later to the hair-thin stainless steel pins being secretly removed by a parent. Sometimes they forgot the treatment and the next morning we searched my pillow for needles. My very farsighted left eye gradually became only moderately farsighted, and my slightly nearsighted right eye eventually got the perfect score at the optometrist. By the time I was six, my glasses had disappeared from photo albums.
  • The US COVID health emergency is ending. What changes?
    author:Ahmed Abouleneinsource:Reuters 2023-05-11 [Medicine]
    The U.S. government on Thursday will end the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency that allowed millions of Americans to receive vaccines, tests and treatments at no cost.
  • Medical circuits to serve isolated and remote villages without resident doctors
    author:Wang Xiaoyusource:China Daily 2023-05-10 [Medicine]
    China plans to institutionalize sending rural doctors to isolated and remote areas on a regular basis by 2025, as part of efforts to address the shortage of medical workers in the most undeveloped areas of its countryside, according to a recent circular.
  • Healthy outlook for TCM at shopping festival
    author:Yang Jiansource:Shine 2023-05-09 [Medicine]
  • Two traditional Chinese medicines complete clinical trials in Pakistan
    author:Liao Yifansource:China Economic Net 2023-05-08 [Medicine]
    Two traditional Chinese medicines, Houtou Jianweiling tablets and Fuke qianjin capsules, have completed clinical trials in Pakistan, according to results announced by a Pakistani clinical research body.