News file for: Traditional Chinese Medicine
A traditional Chinese pill could be a key weapon in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, a Chinese and Australian study has found.
Researchers are warning that millions of people may be exposed to the risk of developing kidney failure and bladder cancer by taking herbal medicines that are widely available in Asia.
Scripps Research Institute scientists have determined a molecular structure that helps explain how the Chinese herbal medicine Chang Shan works.
AstraZeneca and Fudan University are set to collaborate on cardiovascular research in China.
A new rehabilitation center in Cambodia will care for injured pangolins rescued from the country’s growing wildlife trade.
Is the enduring attraction of traditional medicine a good thing or a paradox? Zaria Gorvett investigates.
Scientists have discovered that a compound called cordycepin from caterpillar fungi may have anti-inflammatory properties.
Researchers have discovered that a bean commonly used in Chinese cuisine may protect against sepsis, a life-threatening complication of an infection or injury.
A mushroom compound may help dogs with cancer survive longer than without treatment, offering pet owners an alternative to chemotherapy for their pooches.
An analysis of 29 clinical trials suggests that acupuncture may be modestly better than no acupuncture or sham acupuncture for the treatment of some chronic pain.