Chinese Medicine - In The News
SFH visits clinic for Chinese medicine in Germany7thSpace Interactive (press release)Hong Kong (HKSAR) - The Secretary for Food and Health, Dr Ko Wing-man, arrived in Munich, Germany, on May 18 (Munich time) to visit a Chinese medicine clinic in K?tzting in the second leg of his duty visit to Europe. Briefed by the Chief Executive ...
- Sat, 18 May 2013 22:11:34 GMT
Hotline for Chinese medicine adviceecnsAn English hotline providing advice on Chinese Traditional Medicine operated by Guang'anmen Hospital has been launched in Beijing last week. It aims at promoting the effective use of TCM for oversees patients. There is no charge for the service. One ...and more »
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Chinese Medicine in ChinaTips from the T-ListIf you travel when sick as I have done, perhaps you would be as fascinated by Traditonal Chinese Medicine in Asia as I have been. As many of you know I have been sharing my travel health secrets as I walk through my own healing journey while traveling ...
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Chinese medicine is cheaperThe HinduAs the costs of a medical education in India continue to rise, an increasing number of students are heading to foreign shores, with China, in particular, emerging as a favoured destination. A six year-education at an approved Chinese medical university ...and more »
- Sat, 11 May 2013 21:43:35 GMT
Hong Kong prescribes new dose of old Chinese medicineDAWN.comDeer antlers, an ingredient used in traditional Chinese medicine, are displayed at a store in Hong Kong. —AFP Photo. Employees prepare to weigh ingredients at a Chinese medicine chemist in Hong Kong. —Photo by AFP. A Chinese medicine pharmacist ...and more »
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Hospital teaching Chinese medicine would benefit our societyChina DailyWhen we were small, from time to time, adults would bring us to an old Chinese medicine shop to see an equally old Chinese doctor, who had strange and unreadable handwriting, scribbling the names and weights of grasses and herbs on a piece of paper, ...
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Acupuncture - In The News
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Acupuncture Points Useful in Diabetes Control?MedPage TodayORLANDO -- Diabetes patients with gastroparesis experienced significant relief of nausea with "needleless" acupuncture, which may have important implications for their glucose control, a small study suggests. Treatment for 4 weeks with watch-sized ...
- Wed, 22 May 2013 17:16:08 GMT
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Community Acupuncture finds new homeBoone Mountain TimesBoone Community Acupuncture practitioner Michael Goopta prepares to see patients at his clinic's new location on the second floor of the Hunger and Health Coalition. Photo by Jesse Campbell. By relocating to the Hunger and Health Coalition's offices, ...
- Wed, 22 May 2013 21:16:41 GMT
The Ins and Outs of Acupuncture TherapyWRGB"It offers an extremely therapeutic method of treatment. It's very powerful and effective, and can be used as a quick fix," says Daniel Zal, acupuncturist. Acupuncture is part of a system of medicine commonly referred to as Traditional Chinese Medicine.and more »
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Ailing turtles receive acupunctureCapecodonlineQUINCY — On Monday morning, Dexter was on a clean cloth on the exam table, the first patient of the day. The Kemp's ridley sea turtle, in recovery at New England Aquarium's Animal Care Center in Quincy, is having joint issues. But he was about to have ...
- Tue, 21 May 2013 06:06:27 GMT
Tatem Now Offering Community AcupuncturePatch.comIf you've been thinking about trying it, Tatem Acupuncture and Wellness is now offering $45 community acupuncture sessions on Wednesday afternoons from 12 to 4. Owner Nichole Tatem started the sessions two weeks ago to give people an opportunity to ...
- Tue, 21 May 2013 17:37:36 GMT
Acupuncture offers alternative pain therapyParkersburg NewsSong-Hwi Chi has been practicing acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine for more than 20 years with a focus on using as few needles as possible. "I don't like to use a lot of needles," Chi said. "With the right placement, I only need one or two ...
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Alternative Medicine - In The News
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Westerly Hospital program discusses alternative medicineTheDay.comWesterly - As part of its “Healthy for Life” community education series, The Westerly Hospital is sponsoring a free, two-part discussion on “Topics in Alternative Medicine” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the hospital's Henry J. Nardone Conference Center.
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Medical staff presenting alternative medicine programsThe Westerly SunWESTERLY — The Westerly Hospital is sponsoring a free, two-part discussion on “Topics in Alternative Medicine” presented by two members of The Westerly Hospital's medical staff. The program will be held May 22 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Henry J.
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Alternative medicine for diabetesTeatro NaturaleAt this time there isn't 1 diabetic in existence on this planet that relishes taking the many medications likely forced make use of all the time. Their day-to-day lives are fully and fully turned the wrong way up for the reason that are structured on ...
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Alternative Medicine May Help Control CostsPsychCentral.comAlternative Medicine May Help Control Costs Use of complementary and alternative (CAM) treatment strategies has become a recognized option for many medical and mental conditions. For chronic illness, CAM is often blended with traditional medical care ...and more »
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The Billy Best Story, Beating Cancer with Alternative MedicineBarnstable PatriotOne of my favorite sayings is that everyone has a story. Billy Best certainly does, and it's riveting. If that name rings a bell, there's a reason. Astute newspaper readers and national news viewers might recall a young man from Norwell who made ...
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67% of alternative medicine users are womenArab NewsMore and more patients are turning toward alternative medicine because modern medicine is expensive and has failed to treat diseases such as cancer, said Abdullah Al-Badah, executive director of the national society for complementary and alternative ...and more »
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