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The coronavirus is currently appearing in the US and has spread well throughout large parts of the world. As time has passed since the first cases in China, we are starting to see the viability and effectiveness of a variety of western and eastern treatment options. As with many diseases and imbala…

According to the text, "Micronutrients: Metabolic Tuning - Prevention - Therapy", magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body and is essential to our health. It is required for over 300 essential metabolic reactions in the human body such as an energy production, cardiovascular …

Many of the acupuncture studies that are performed work in a way where certain points are stimulated then through blood draws, tissue samples, MRI, etc. the researchers look for internal changes that verify the function of the points or treatment as a whole. Recently a team of researchers from the …

Persistent vegetative states (or "unresponsive wakefulness syndrome") arise following brain damage leaving the patients in a state of partial arousal. While potential outcomes will vary depending on the causal factors, after 3-6 months chances for a complete recovery are considered low and genera…

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a very commonly treated condition within Chinese Medicine. It along with a host of other digestive issues tend to respond quite well to acupuncture, herbal medicine, and as this study indicates techniques such as moxibustion. As IBS can be quite debilitating and…

There are many diagnostic signs that are explored within Chinese Medicine when forming a diagnosis and treatment plan.  Two of the most important are pulse diagnosis and tongue diagnosis.  With tongue diagnosis we are looking at changes that your body describes by altering the body color, coating …

Chinese Medicine offers a number of options to help alleviate depression.  There are studies and clinical evidence showing both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are often helpful when used appropriately.  From a Chinese Medicine perspective there are many underlying diagnoses (i.e. sets of …

Fever in children accounts for roughly one-third of all visits to a pediatrician or other health care provider. The fever, of course, is not the issue itself but a symptom that the immune system is fighting something off and the fever is an aid for these functions. Generally in children the fever w…

The beneficial effects of acupuncture on improving outcomes during western chemo cancer treatments have been well established in both clinical outcomes and in research studies. The reductions in nausea and/or vomiting from chemo are very beneficial not just from an obvious viewpoint, but many time…

Acupressure is often used for a wide range of mild to moderate conditions. One point that is often recommended is on the wrist and is often used for nausea - PC 6. Another point on the leg is used for digestive issues, strength and stamina and more - ST 36. Both of these points have been discuss…

Below you will find commonly used acupressure points located on the arms and hands.  Acupressure on the arm and hand points aids a number of conditions including headaches, nausea, breathing problems, sinus issues, stress, anxiety and more.  For acupressure points on other parts of the body, or for…

Korean researchers from the Center for Biomedical Science within the National Insitute of Health in Seoul recently conducted a study looking at the widely used acupuncture point pericardium 6 (PC 6).  PC 6 is used for nausea, stress, anxiety, breathing issues and a host of other problems - it is …

A team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda Maryland recently performed a small study looking at the effectiveness of acupuncture for persistent hiccups in cancer patients.  There has been many studies recently looking at the benefits of acupuncture for cancer patient…

Our bodies have a number of processes that happen at regular intervals throughout the day. We respond to light and dark, hot and cold, and other natural polarities - in effect "yin and yang". Through spending less time in natural environments, working long hours, eating at odd hours and all of the…

The first in a series demystifying Chinese Medicine Theory     for Patients and the General Public Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses a variety of unique terminology to diagnose and treat a broad range of health issues. In this series of articles I am going to discuss some of the more commo…

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