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Home > Points Newsletter > December 2008

Points Newsletter - December 2008


Deputy District Attorney Turned Acupuncturist: “Our Lifestyle and Medical System Must Change”
By Craig M. Cormack, B.A., R.M.T.

From time to time people do change their lives in extraordinary ways. Take the case of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Dana Garcetti Boldt, who one day decided to pursue her lifelong interest in medicine by becoming an acupuncturist.
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Release Stress7 Ways to Slash Stress
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., Ph.D.

Chronic stress seems to be our national disease, especially these days. Millions suffer from symptoms of stress: nervous tension, restless sleep, difficulty focusing and remembering, irritability, and health complications. Generally speaking, stress speeds up aging. Learn the ways to manage stress, and you will look and feel younger. More...


Ji Xue TengAntioxidant Activity of 45 Chinese Herbs and the Relationship with their TCM Characteristics

A study of 45 Chinese herbs that regulate blood circulation were analyzed for antioxidant activity using the oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) assay. The ORAC assay is a test used for measuring antioxidant levels in foods. In a recent publication, a close relationship between in vitro antioxidant activity and classification of Chinese herbs as yin or yang was determined. More...

RECENT RESEARCH

Warm Needle Acupuncture at Pungsi (GB31) has an Enhanced Analgesic Effect on Formalin-Induced Pain in Rats

Effects of Acupuncture on Symptoms and Muscle Function in Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness

Plants Used in Chinese Medicine for Male Infertility Possess Antioxidant and Anti-Estrogenic Activity

ASK THE DOCTOR

Q: Can you tell me ways to effectively treat acne on the face and body?

A: In Chinese medicine, acne is a sign of pathogenic “heat” in the lungs and intestines. You need to clear your lungs of the heat, detoxify your intestines, and balance the exterior of the skin. More...

This Month's Articles

December 2008
Volume 6, Number 12

Deputy District Attorney Turned Acupuncturist

7 Ways to Slash Stress

Antioxidant Activity of 45 Chinese Herbs and the Relationship with their TCM Characteristics

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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