Study: Acupuncture Helps With Joint Pain

A medical study conducted in Germany shows that acupuncture might help with joint pain — but it's not necessarily the needles that do the work.

Slate medical contributor and Yale Medical School professor Dr. Sydney Spiesel talks with Madeleine Brand about what the acupuncture study may actually indicate.

Slate's Medical Examiner

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