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Don't sniff at traditional Chinese medicine
The Straits Times
If practitioners of modern medicine and alternative practices like traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) keep fighting among themselves instead of working together, the only ones who suffer are the patients. China has carried out extensive research in the ...


The Epoch Times

Understanding the Heart of Chinese Medicine
The Epoch Times
Modern people typically believe that the brain rules the body. But according to ancient Chinese doctors, the heart is in charge. In traditional Chinese medicine, the heart is considered the emperor of the body. It sets the tone and direction for the ...


Sydney Morning Herald

Snow leopard DNA found in Chinese medicine sold in Australia
Sydney Morning Herald
Chinese medicine purchased over the counter in Australia has been found to contain the DNA of endangered species. Laboratory testing of the capsules purchased in 2012 found they contained DNA from snow leopard - and possibly tiger. Both species are ...
Snow leopard DNA found in Chinese medicine: AustraliaThe Marshalltown

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Reading Eagle

Acupuncture and Chinese medicine come to the Oley Hills
Reading Eagle
"Acupuncture is a centuries-old form of Chinese medicine based on the theory that energy, called chi (chee), flows through and around your body along pathways called meridians. "Acupuncturists believe that illness occurs when something blocks or ...


Daily Mail

Man dies of liver failure after 'overdose on Chinese medicine' in a bid to treat hair loss
Daily Mail
A Chinese college graduate has died after he allegedly consumed over 6.5 lbs of he shou wu, a traditional Chinese medicine, in a bid to treat his hair loss ahead of hunting for a job. The man, named Cui Fei, died of liver cancer on December 31, 2015 ...

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Malay Mail Online

Can this man make traditional Chinese medicine sexy?
Malay Mail Online
Desmond Tan weighs in on how he thinks he can make Traditional Chinese Medicine sexy. — TODAY picSINGAPORE, Jan 13 — We're not sure how far we would trust Desmond Tan with our lives, but we'll say one thing about him: The guy can make it look ...

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Mirror.co.uk

Chinese medicine man jailed for raping patient and sexually assaulting two others
Mirror.co.uk
A practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine who raped one of his patients and sexually assaulted two others has been jailed for seven years. Hongbin Liu, 53, "preyed on the vulnerabilities of his patients" and carried out a string of sex assaults at ...
Chinese medicine practitioner who raped patient jailedITV News

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Daily Mail

Chinese medicine vendors stuff owls in jars and DROWN them in alcohol
Daily Mail
Images have emerged on Chinese social media depicting owls crammed into jars of alcohol, shocking internet users. The animals appear to have been placed into the jars alive and suffocated in the alcohol mixture, the People's Daily Online reports. The ...

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Vancouver Sun

Video: Holistic patient care finding balance between Western and Chinese medicine
Vancouver Sun
Conversations That Matter features renowned scientist in gastroenterology Dr. Joseph Sung, the man Time Magazine dubbed the Asian Hero during the SARS outbreak. Sung has published more than 800 scientific articles and written more than 25 books and ...

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Traditional Chinese medicine hospitals growing
Xinhua
BEIJING, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- The number of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) hospitals in China has increased by 500 in five years, a rise of 15.5 percent, a TCM official said on Thursday. Meanwhile, the number of TCM outpatient departments and ...

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