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Acupuncture Today Archives - September, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 09)


Treating the Spirit - Treating the Blood with Oriental Medicine
  By Skya Abbate, DOM
The Importance of Research
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Alzheimer's Disease and Acupuncture
Treatment Appears to Improve Mood and Cognitive Functions
  By Editorial Staff
Researchers to Study Acupuncture for Ankle Instability and Shin Splints
  By Editorial Staff
Complementary Care in the U.K.
Study Finds High Use of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture
  By Michael Devitt
Workers' Comp 101: In or Out?
  By Garrett Casey
Obtaining Hospital Privileges for Acupuncturists
  By David Kailin
A Brief History of Acupuncture for Detoxification in the United States
  By John Kolenda
Got Trust?
  By Fred Lerner, DC, PhD, FACO
Colleges Can Make $3 Million by Paying Interns and Giving Clinicians A Bonus
  By Kevin McNamee
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Message from the Front Lines
  By Mark D. Seem, PhD, LAc
Sexual Misconduct: Legal and Licensing Ramifications to the Acupuncture Profession, Part I
  By Shawn Steel, JD
Thailand Legalizes TCM
  By Editorial Staff
Facts and Myths about Acupuncture and Workers' Compensation
  By Della Welch

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