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Treating Animals with Acupuncture: A Growing Trend
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Air Date: January 8, 2015
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Implications of Section 2706: The Non-Discrimination Provision Survey

By Bill Reddy, LAc, Dipl. Ac.

In late April 2014, NCCAOM diplomates received an email survey with the subject line: "End discrimination against acupuncturists" polling CAM practitioners for a Request for Information (RFI) from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), released in mid-March.

Meat in the Middle

By Marlene Merritt, DOM, LAc, ACN

Have you ever wondered what's the truth about meat? Is it really as bad as many people think? When I teach critical thinking and how to analyze research, I point out that despite what we think is true, if an...


Chinese Medicine: The Natural Way to Children's Wellness

By Stephen Semptimphelter, EAMP, LAc

As a child, I did not like going to the doctor. For the most part, when I had to go I wasn't feeling good to begin with, and I was heading into a sterile environment to be awkwardly probed by a man in a white...

Five Element Acupuncture Can Enhance Your Practice

By Abbye Silverstein, LAc

For eight years I have been teaching and supervising TCM students at an acupuncture college in Colorado, in Five Element acupuncture. It has been my experience that my students have been very capable of...

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