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Home > Points Newsletter > January 2006

Points Newsletter - January 2006

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Your Health in the New Year
By Steven Sonmore, L.Ac.

“Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.”
- Japanese proverb

People have been making New Year's resolutions since the year 153 B.C., and you can be sure they've been breaking them for just as many centuries. So, why are New Year's resolutions so difficult to keep? Vision, or rather a lack of vision. More...


Emotional Balance Into Winter
By Laraine Crampton, L.Ac.

Emotions are supposed to be fluid. From a TCM way of thinking, it is healthy for us to feel a wide range of emotions - from happiness, to various irritations, to sadness and everywhere in between – and the key is to let feelings come and go on the 'stage' of the heart, rather than hogging the stage or becoming stuck.
More...


The Acupuncture Facelift: Fact or Fiction?
By Charles Yarborough, L.Ac.

Have you read the service menu at your favorite spa lately? If so, you may have noticed a new and intriguing addition: cosmetic acupuncture. Cosmetic acupuncture – also known as acupuncture facial rejuvenation or acupuncture facelift - is finding its way into an increasing number of full-service spas, and for good reason. This new modality can enhance not only your physical appearance but also your overall health, giving you a glow that radiates from deep within. More...

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Q:  I suffer from chronic back and neck pains after I hurt my back muscle in the gym. Nothing seems to help with the pain. Would acupuncture help?

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This Month's Articles

January 2006
Volume 4, Number 1

Your Health in the New Year

Emotional Balance Into Winter

The Acupuncture Facelift: Fact or Fiction?

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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