Adding acupuncture or counselling to usual care hastens improvement in persistent depression

Source: BMJ

Date/Issue: 25 September 2013

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Adding acupuncture or counselling to usual care hastens improvement in persistent depression

'Patients with depression who received acupuncture or counselling on top of their usual care in primary care experienced greater improvement in their depressive symptoms at three months than patients who received usual care alone, UK researchers have found.'

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