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Home > Points Newsletter > October 2005

Points Newsletter - October 2005

Getting Our Money's Worth?
By Mike W. Bowser, L.Ac.

As healthcare costs continue to rise in this country it becomes more and more obvious the need for low cost effective treatment options. The increased utilization of Complimentary and Alternative Medicines is quickly moving to fill this void. Several obstacles still need to be removed or lessened in order for America to regain control of its healthcare economics. The areas that need to be dealt with include third party reimbursement, provider opportunity and adequate education. More...


Kick the Sugar Habit and Save Yourself from Diabetes with Chinese Medicine
By Maoshing Ni, Ph.D., D.O.M., Dipl. ABAAP

Throw out the candies and the cookies! Beware - the holidays are coming soon and so is the season for indulging in chocolates, cookies and pies. Itís the time when most people have trouble avoiding the most addictive substance known to mankind - sugar! Why is sugar so bad, you ask? Well, to start, let's talk about what happens to you as the sugar enters your body. More...


Health Preservation & Rehabilitation after Childbirth
By Xiaomei Cai, L.Ac.

The time after childbirth is called the "puerperium" and is defined as the time during which the pelvic organs return to their normal condition. By convention the puerperium is said to last about 6-8 weeks. Puerperal care is very important for the mother to recover from childbirth and get back to her pre-pregnancy state.
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RECENT RESEARCH

Acupuncture May Help Eye Allergies

Stronger Needling Elicits Greater Blood Flow

Acupuncture and Hypnosis may be Beneficial for Pain During Labor

ASK THE DOCTOR

Q:  I was wondering if acupuncture can help with insomnia?

A: If the insomnia is stress induced or aggravated, acupuncture would have no problem in helping you out with this. Acupuncture loves anything that hurts, anything that is aggravated by stress, or anything that is aggravated with the menstrual cycle...

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This Month's Articles

October, 2005
Volume 3, Number 10

Getting Our Money's Worth?

Kick the Sugar Habit and Save Yourself from Diabetes with Chinese Medicine

Health Preservation & Rehabilitation after Childbirth

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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