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Acupuncture Today Archives - February, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 02)


Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture: Where Are We Going? How Will We Get There?
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Managed Care and Private Practice
  By Matthew Bauer, LAc
The Flexible Use of Xi-Cleft Points for Musculoskeletal Disorders
  By David Boyd
Acupuncture Calendar Coming Soon!
  By Editorial Staff
Are Standardized Herbs Better?
  By Andrew Gaeddert, BA, AHG
More Benefits of Green Tea Established
Research Shows Substances May Promote Weight Loss and Treat Prostatitis
  By Michael Devitt
Acupuncture for Migraine and Recurrent Headaches
Study Finds "Promising Results" but Calls for More Research
  By Editorial Staff
Point-Counterpoint: Should Homeopathy Be Included in Acupuncture's Scope of Practice?
  By Randall Neustaedter and Howard Kong
Emperor's College Offers Acupuncture at UCLA Student Center
  By Editorial Staff
Pain Management in Acupuncture Today
  By Ted Priebe
Unlicensed Doctor-Patient Prepay Plans Are Risky
  By Michael J. Schroeder, Esq.
Study Finds Mixed Results for Acupuncture and Smoking Cessation
  By Editorial Staff
An Economic Outlook for the New Millennium
  By William Tully
The End of Fibromyalgia? A View from the Defense
  By Della Welch

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