September 16, 2007
Australian Study Proves Acupuncture's Effectiveness with Allergies
at Melbourne's RMIT University, enlisted 80 patients aged from 16 to 70 for twice-weekly treatment sessions.Half received genuine acupuncture, where needles were inserted up to three centimetres deep into "acupoints", while the others had a sham therapy, which involved shallow and wrongly-placed insertions.
After eight weeks, patients treated with real therapy found a greater relief from symptoms than those on the fake version. And three months after therapy had ended this group still had fewer symptoms than their fellow sufferers.
I can't find the actual journal artile but the Yahoo 7 article is: Article Here
Posted by Admin at September 16, 2007 12:41 PM