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Acupuncture and Allergies

By Heidi Hawkins, MAc, LAc

Heidi Hawkins received her Master's degree from Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) in 1994. After graduation, she pursued additional studies in allergies, which led her to reunite spiritual healing traditions with a practice in traditional Chinese medicine. She is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Washington. She currently maintains a pair of busy practices in Seattle and Bellingham, Washington.


Previous Articles

Fibromyalgia
  October, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 10)
Dust Allergy
  August, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 08)
Mold Allergy
  April, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 04)
Allergies and the Thymus Gland
  December, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 12)
Allergies, the Environment, and the Masking Phenomenon
  August, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 08)
Allergy Relief Systems
  June, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 06)
Allergies and the San Jiao
  December, 2002 (Vol. 03, Issue 12)
Heavy Metal Poisoning and Allergies, Part One
  November, 2002 (Vol. 03, Issue 11)
Are You Allergic to Yourself?
  August, 2002 (Vol. 03, Issue 08)
Pediatric Allergies
  June, 2002 (Vol. 03, Issue 06)
Allergy Treatment
  February, 2002 (Vol. 03, Issue 02)
The Myth of Autoimmune Diseases
  December, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 12)
Lingering Pathogenic Factors and the Paradox of Treatment
  November, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 11)
ADD/ADHD and Allergies
  August, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 08)
Causes of Allergy and Chemical Sensitivity: Lingering Pathogenic Factors
  June, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 06)
Hayfever and Springtime Allergies
  April, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 04)
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Part II
  February, 2001 (Vol. 02, Issue 02)
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
  December, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 12)
Allergies and Medical Divination
  October, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 10)
The Energetics of Allergies
  August, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 08)

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