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Acupuncture, Headaches, and the Heart - Part 2

Acupuncture, Headaches, and the Heart - Part 2By Marie Veverka, Dipl., OM

In a continuation from Part 1 of Acupuncture, Headaches, and the Heart (published in the March newsletter), here is a breakdown of all of the heart points and how they relate to headaches:

Heart 9

The first, and often my favorite headache point, I would like to discuss is Heart 9. It is the wood point on the heart channel and it’s Chinese name, Shao Chong, translates to mean something like ‘Little Rushing In.’ More...  

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Fertility Preparation for the Modern Woman

Fertility Preparation for the Modern WomanBy Kumiko Yamamoto, DAOM, L.Ac. Dipl. OM

From conception, pregnancy and birth, to parenthood, the fertility journey is one of the most sacred and extraordinary chapters of our lives. The journey is unique and different for everyone and can often be challenging and stress.

Infertility affects 1 in 8 couples in the United States. With this statistic, it is likely that everyone has at least one friend or family member struggling with infertility.  More...


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