WSJ: Mets latch on to cupping therapy, and have the marks to prove it

Mets players are using an ancient Chinese form of alternative medicine called “cupping,” which purports to promote healing by increasing blood flow to targeted parts of the body, writes reporter Jared Diamond.

According to Diamond, “one can hardly walk through the Mets’ locker room without seeing the familiar markings of cupping therapy on some player’s skin,” despite there being no medical evidence that it actually works >> Read more in the Wall Street Journal.