Points Newsletter - June 2020

First Aid for Frazzled NervesFirst Aid for Frazzled Nerves

By Staff

When we first heard about a new virus emerging in Wuhan, few of us realized the impact it would have on our lives, and some of us are dealing with heightened emotions in healthier ways than others. Few of us have previous experience in dealing with an ongoing, invisible threat so it is only natural that we turn to self-soothing behavior to turn off the alarm bells that are ringing in our heads.

When we examine how we are managing our feelings in a new reality, we realize that access to digital devices makes it possible to channel some of our angst into positive learning and skill-building that we can use as tools to expand our horizons. More...

Visit Tao of Wellness: Awarded Best of the Best Acupuncture Clinic on the Dr. Oz Show

Career Flexibility

Career FlexibilityBy Staff

A job for life is a thing of the past and our careers are less predictable now than ever before; not only are we dealing with a new reality, we are also dealing with the fast pace of technological change. Times are different than they were in previous generations and is not uncommon for us to have dual or multiple careers over a lifetime, and to need to change them, sometimes without forewarning. More...


Recent Research

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Therapeutic Effects of Different Durations of Acupuncture on Rats with Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion

Acupuncture for Depression

Augmentation effect of Acupuncture on Bi’nao for Hypophasis in patients with Bell’s Palsy

Ask Dr. MaoQ: What does dry brushing do for your health?

A: Centenarians have long touted the popular technique of dry brushing the skin for its anti-aging benefits. Our skin is the largest organ in the body—it is the outmost layer of defense against pathogens like bacteria and viruses, so it only makes sense that if we take proper care of our skin, it will take care of us.

Our lymphatic system helps us rid our body of wastes that may be detrimental to our health and affect the appearance of our skin. The air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, unhealthy lifestyle habits, even chemicals in the environment, contribute to a buildup of toxins that can ultimately lead to weight gain, poor health, aging skin, and fatigue.


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