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“This time, Zhao teacher gave my mother a prescription, I want to buy Chinese herbal medicine to take back!”On the 15 day, the opening ceremony of the international advanced training course for the second clinical practice and research progress of Chinese medicine was held in the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. Monica Ribicska, an […]
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Acupuncture Bronze Figure

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On February 19, 2019
To deal with the errors and omissions in acupuncture books and meridian pathways, the Song Government established the Jiao Zheng Yi Shu Ju (Medical Books Revision Bureau). The Emperor Renzong asked Wang Weiyi, a medical officer in the Imperial Medical Bureau to be in charge of the standardization of acupuncture. Wang Weiyi compiled three volumes […]
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My First Acupuncture Experience

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On September 14, 2018
Author: Cecily Liu, The following is a first person account of my own experience with acupuncture. I closed my eyes, trying to forget about the dozens of tiny needles firmly inserted across my arm and fingers. I dared not to move, because even a small change of posture could trigger a sharp pain, as if […]
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Face It: Acupuncture for Acne

In Acupuncture
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On September 7, 2018
Most people think about acupuncture for acne after they’ve already tried everything else—over-the-counter creams, prescription drugs, chemical peels, you name it. But acupuncture, because it’s safe and effective (and has tons ofside benefits), should be thought of as a first-line therapy for acne. The difference between acupuncture and most other mainstream therapies for acne is […]

Relief for Depression

On September 6, 2018

With increasing demands at work, family responsibilities, and the expectation of whathaving it allshould look like,statistics showdepression affects women at a rate higher than men in every age group.

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