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Acupuncture in the news

Source: The Lady

Date/Issue: 06 March 2014

Melonie Clarke writes:

Whenever I think of acupuncture, my brain always conjures up images of Pinhead from Hellraiser. I couldn't see how little pins would help me overcome my anxiety or how it could help women deal with menopause and infertility. That was before I tried it.

Source: home.bt.com

Date/Issue: 05 March 2014

Some 2.3 million acupuncture treatments are carried out each year in the UK, making it one of the most popular complementary therapies.

But like many alternative treatments, acupuncture is often still misunderstood. I visited top acupuncturist Maureen Cromey, who trained in Chinese medicine and has 26 years' experience in acupuncture, for treatment and also to sort out the facts from the fiction concerning the therapy.

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New study by British Acupuncture Council shows risk in back pain epidemic caused by unhealthy habits  and sedentary lifestyles

Source: The News (portsmouth)

Date/Issue: 04 March 2014

Some 2.3 million acupuncture treatments are carried out each year in the UK, making it one of the most popular complementary therapies.

This week is National Acupuncture Awareness Week, which aims to promote the traditional Chinese remedy.

Source: Derry People Donegal News

Date/Issue: 3 March 2014

Bad posture can be one of the many reasons for low back trouble

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The World Health Organisation lists a wide variety of diseases or disorders for which acupuncture therapy has been tested in controlled clinical trials

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