Monthly Archives: March 2014

02Mar Transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation (TEAS), a form of acupuncture that uses skin electrodes to apply electrical stimulation at different points on the body, may help people addicted to opioid drugs, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital near Boston. Comments are closedPosted by
A Form of Acupuncture May Help in Opioid Addiction Transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation (TEAS), a form of acupuncture that uses skin electrodes to...
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