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Natural Strategies for Coping with Morning Sickness

 Lifelong Benefits of Prenatal Exercise for Children and Mothers By Albert Vaca, L.Ac.

Among pregnant women, more than 50 percent experience morning sickness. This can be one of the first signs that someone is pregnant. Morning sickness may last through the first trimester, but some women experience symptoms throughout their whole pregnancy. Typical symptoms include sensitivity to smells, mild to severe nausea and vomiting. Extreme cases may need medical intervention, such as IV fluids. Furthermore, morning sickness may occur not just in the morning, but anytime during the day or night. More...  

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Acupuncture’s Painful – and Other Myths About the Ancient Healing Technique

Acupuncture's Painful - and Other Myths About the Ancient Healing TechniqueBy John Tsagaris

Like anything else, if you give yourself time to do a spot of Internet research, you’re going to find something that will put you off acupuncture. The truth is, people react differently to their experiences in life; while some might love one restaurant, for example, another person might not want to step foot inside it again.

The same goes for treatments like facials, reiki, reflexology and, of course, acupuncture. But when it comes to the latter at least, there is certainly plenty of evidence to suggest that it offers benefits for the person lying on the treatment table. More...

 

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Characteristics of TCM Usage in Patients with Stroke in Taiwan: A Nationwide Population-Based Study

Acupuncture for the Prevention of Tension-Type Headache

Increased Involvement of Panax Notoginseng (san qi) in the Mechanism of Decreased Hepatotoxicity Induced by Tripterygium Wilfordii (lei gong teng ) in Rats

Ask Dr. MaoQ: Could you share with us the benefits of tai chi?

A: Tai chi is an ancient Chinese system of slowly flowing movements and shifts of balance. It strengthens the legs while conditioning the tendons and ligaments of the ankles, knees, and hips, increasing their range of motion and making them more resilient, less prone to injury. The constant weight shifts increase balance and body awareness, leading to a confidant ease of movement within the form and in everyday life. Tai chi is a physical exercise that focuses the mind, while conditioning the body. Practicing twenty minutes a day dissipates stress and reduces stress-related debilities; it also increases stamina and strengthens the body and will.

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