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The Science of Acupuncture

The Science of Acupuncture

Researchers have discovered how to measure and validate the existence of acupuncture points and their meridians. MRI studies and oxygen sensor studies come from some of the most prestigious universities in the world. Today, I want to start with remarkable research from investigators at one of the most prestigious universities in Korea.

Treating Low T in Men with TCM

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Treating Low T in Men with TCM

"Low T," one of the hot medical buzz phrases going around, has been detected and treated in Traditional Chinese Medicine as early as the 1st century CE. What is it, what causes it, do you or someone you know have it, and how can you treat it? You may have noticed the title of this post is "Treating Low T in Men with TCM." Yes, women can have Low T as well. More about that on a future date. 

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Holiday Hours

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Holiday Hours

Need to recover from the stress of ACA open enrollment and holiday preparations? Appointments are still available (and tax deductible) before the end of 2014. We will be closed December 24-29, and December 31-January 2. 

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Squashing Stress

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Squashing Stress

Need help de-stressing between your visits for acupuncture and massage? These simple breathing exercises have big impact with just a little time. 

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The Mess of Stress

The Mess of Stress

Ever wonder why we migrate to mashed potato chips, fresh-baked bread, pastries, pasta, and other carbs when we’re stressed?