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New Acupuncture Research Coauthored by Our Acupuncturist

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The study entitled “Is There Any Difference in Human Pupillary Reaction When Different Acupuncture Points are Stimulated?” has been published in the March 2010 issue of Acupuncture in Medicine (BMJ Publications). The study evaluated the effect of different acupuncture points by measuring the changes in participants’ pupil size using infrared pupillography. The study’s findings contributed additional evidence supporting the importance of choosing specific acupuncture points for targeted internal organs.  The abstract of the paper is available online at  http://aim.bmj.com/.Mori, H., Tanaka, T. H., Kuge, H. et al. Is there any difference in human pupillary reaction when different acupuncture points are stimulated? Acupunct Med 2010;28:21-24
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