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A Cure For Obesity May Be Found In Chinese Medicine: What's Inside The ...
Medical Daily
A compound found in the thunder god vine (Trypterygium wilfordii) may help obese people lose weight. QWERT1234, CC0 1.0. Comment. 0 · 0. email; print; more. For years, scientists have been searching for a way to effectively treat obesity using only a ...
Chinese Medicine May Hold The Promise To Cut Obesity – Herbal Extract ...The Inquisitr
Traditional Chinese medicine 'thunder god vine' causes massive weight loss in ...International Business Times UK
Thunder god vine used in traditional Chinese medicine is a potential obesity ...(e) Science News (press release) (registration)
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BurlingtonFreePress.com

Sanders touts Chinese medicine, yoga at UVM
BurlingtonFreePress.com
Sen. Bernie Sanders praised holistic and alternative health care Monday as he introduced a Veterans Health Administration official to doctors and nurses in Burlington. Sanders described the increasing integration of Chinese medicine and yoga, for ...

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VideoNewsUs

DRC bans Chinese medicine
VideoNewsUs
Health authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have slapped a ban on Chinese hospitals and physicians practicing traditional Chinese medicine, citing “non-compliance with local health regulations”. “I announce today the closure of all ...

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Wildlife News

DR Congo bans Traditional Chinese Medicine
Wildlife News
The Democratic Republic of Congo has banned Chinese hospitals and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine. While the ban has been made due to 'non-compliance with local health regulations' the move will certainly help endangered species across ...


Times of Malta

University to teach traditional Chinese medicine
Times of Malta
Xu Jianguang and Juanito Camilleri (centre) pictured with other officials from both universities at the agreement signing ceremony, including pro-rector Alfred Vella (second from right) and Reno Calleja (third from left), president of the Malta China ...


The unforeseen effects of Chinese medicine
Financial Times
When it comes to investment pledges, $46bn is a sum that really grabs people's attention. That is what China is supposedly ploughing into Pakistani energy and transport projects, according to plans unveiled during last month's visit to Islamabad by ...

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Northwest Herald

Local acupuncturist completes Chinese medicine course
Northwest Herald
CRYSTAL LAKE – Traci Jacobson, an acupuncturist on the staff at Nature's Balance Acupuncture, recently completed a course of studies about principles of traditional Chinese medicine and their relationship to pediatrics at National University of Health ...

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Chinese Herbal Medicine May Have Delayed Benefit in Stroke
Medscape
VIENNA, Austria — Long-term follow-up of a trial investigating a Chinese herbal supplement in patients with stroke suggests there may be some benefit after 6 to 18 months. The Chinese Medicine NeuroAiD Efficacy on Stroke Recovery (CHIMES) study was ...


South China Morning Post (subscription)

Theatre review: ingenious script blends Chinese medicine, Chinese music
South China Morning Post (subscription)
Herbal, Vocal or Motional? HK Chinese Orchestra May 8. Cultural Centre concert hall. The art of a cappella broke new ground on Friday in its first ever collaboration with a full orchestra of traditional Chinese instruments. Through an ingenious script ...


The Daily Telegraph

Slapping therapy death of Sydney boy aged seven appalls Chinese medicine ...
The Daily Telegraph
EXPERTS in Chinese medicine say they have never heard of “slapping therapy'' or the self-proclaimed healer Hongchi Xiao at the centre of a police investigation into the death of a diabetic Sydney boy this week. They say his practice sounds more like a ...
Boy dies at Chinese medicine workshopSky News Australia

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