Ancient Remedies for Modern Lives
For Runners: Can Acupuncture Help Treat Running Injuries?

For Runners: Can Acupuncture Help Treat Running Injuries?

Marathoner Deena Kastor is among an increasingly large number of elite athletes that use acupuncture to treat injuries and reduce pain and inflammation. Studies show that acupuncture and Oriental medicine can increase circulation and range of motion and accelerate... read more

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Happy New Year 2015 Gong Hoy Fat Choi

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Acupuncture in the NFL

Many of the NFL’s toughest players are looking to acupuncture to stay strong and healthy. Read the whole article over on the Men’s Journal here. Related: Acupuncturist Treats 40 N.F.L. Players in 4 Cities. Read the New York Times article... read more

FOODS FOR THE KIDNEY

In Chinese Medicine, Winter is associated with the Kidney system, which is the broadest system of all: it includes our kidney organs as well as the endocrine system, the nervous system and the skeletal system.  That’s most of our body!  The Kidneys are in charge of... read more

Sleepless In America

The new film “Sleepless in America,” premiering on the National Geographic Channel on November 30, offers a glimpse into sleep research. The film explores the crucial need for sleep, how the brain flushes out toxins during sleep, and the potential for serious health... read more

Chinese Herb Farms…In Appalachia!

An area of the Appalachians corresponds, from a climate stand point,  to the medicine belt in China where a lot of the Chinese herbs grow naturally in the wild.  A consortium of growers is hoping to take advantage of that. Read and listen to the whole story on... read more

Tongue Piercing and Chronic Abdominal Pain

Tongue scars from jewelry piercings can cause digestive disorders. Researchers from Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (Camden, New Jersey), Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York), and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania... read more