Articles About Acupuncture and Acupuncture Treatments
Hold the Chemicals, Bring On the Needles - New York Times
Jane Becker, a composer and solo pianist, celebrated her 50th birthday at the dermatologist, paying $1,500 for shots of Restylane and Botox. But three months later, their wrinkle-smoothing effects wore off. So, she tuned to a less-artificial youth tonic: facial acupuncture....
Acupuncture: A Cure for Infertility? - Fox News
At 36, Lucy Appert has suffered through two miscarriages, a stillbirth at 8 1/2 months and, because of a rare pregnancy-related liver dysfunction, intensive illness and surgery.
Yet after enduring five painful years of trying to have their own baby, Appert and her husband Edward finally saw their dream come true last month when their son Henry was born — premature, but healthy....
Fringe Science No More - USA Today
Judy Baggett-Stone believed she had a high tolerance for pain from years of pushing her body while playing competitive volleyball and other sports. But several years ago, the pain in her shoulders had her on her knees, crying at times.....
Acupuncture May Trigger Natural Painkiller - USA Today
The needle pricks involved in acupuncture may help relieve pain by triggering a natural painkilling chemical called adenosine, a new study has found.
The researchers also believe they can enhance acupuncture's effectiveness by coupling the process with a well-known cancer drug — deoxycoformycin — that maintains adenosine levels longer than usual....
Adventures in Beauty: O's Beauty Editors Take the Plunge - O Magazine
Three intrepid beauty editors submit to lasers, lash glue, and assorted needles (happily, not all at once) so that they could report back to you. Which products and procedures worked? Read on to find out!...