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Acupuncture Today Archives - August, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 08)


The Dance of Yin and Yang: Transgender Health, Part Two
  By Beth Sommers, PhD, MPH, LAc and Kristen Porter, MS, MAc, LAc
Is Chinese Medicine a Religion?
  By Brian Carter, MSCi, LAc
Asset Protection for Acupuncturists
  By Jay Sordean, LAc, OMD
Bleeding Techniques: Ancient Treatments for Acupuncture Physicians
  By Skya Abbate, DOM
Unity
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Oriental Medicine in Hawaii
  By Kabba Anand, DAc, LAc, Dipl. Ac., Dipl. CH
The Problem With Pesticides in Medicinal Herbs
  By Neil Demarse
Electroacupuncture Reduces Back Pain in Elderly Patients
Treatment Plus Physical Therapy Better Than Sham Acupuncture
  By Editorial Staff
Qigong Technologies -- Effective Energy Therapies for Emotional Trauma and Associated Physical Pain, Part I: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
  By Brad Gilbert and Lori Gilbert
Allergies, the Environment, and the Masking Phenomenon
  By Heidi Hawkins, MAc, LAc
Pacific College: Building the Future of Oriental Medicine
Part Two of Acupuncture Today's Interview With President Jack Miller, LAc
  By Editorial Staff
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
The Headaches of Work Life
  By Nancy Post, MAc, PhD
Acupuncture Poll
  By Editorial Staff
Lasers, Tricorders and NAALT
  By David Rindge, DOM, LAc, RN
A Reply to "Is Chinese Medicine a Religion?"
  By Z'ev Rosenberg, LAc
Society for Acupuncture Research Plans November Conference in Cambridge
  By Richard Hammerschlag, PhD and Patricia Culliton, MA, LAc
Oriental Medical World Mourns Professor J.R. Worsley
  By Neil Gumenick, MAc (UK), LAc, Dipl. Ac
Everything You Know Is Wrong
  By Robert Newman, LAc, MSTCM and David Bruce Leonard, LAc

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