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Medicial Mistakes Quiz
How many people each year suffer some type of preventable harm that contributes to their death after a hospital visit?
 
 
 
 
C
onditions Benefited by Acupuncture: Resources and additional links
 

Conditions Benefited by Acupuncture

 
     Diseases of the Muscles, Bones, and Joints
     Sprains
     Osteoarthritis
     Rheumatoid Arthritis
     Headaches
 
     Strokes
     Nerve Paralysis
     The Neuralgias
     Anxiety, Depression and Other Nervous Disorders
 
     Indigestion
     Stomach Ulcers
     Gall Stones
     Diarrhea
     Piles
 
     Asthma
     Bronchitis
 
     Disease of the Heart and Blood Vessels
     Angina
     The Correction of Abnormal Heart Rhythms
     Raised Blood Pressure
 
     The Use of Acupuncture in Addiction and Obesity
     Obesity
     Hard Drug Addiction
     Smoking
     Cobalt
 
     The Use of Acupuncture in Obstetrics
     Foetal Malposition
     The Use of Anaesthesia for Labour and Delivery
 Acupuncture Anaesthesia
 Acupuncture Anaesthesia And the Physiological Basis of Acupuncture
 
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