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Acupuncture Today Archives - August, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 08)


FDA Publishes Final Rule on Dietary Supplements
Individual herbalist practitioners are not exempt; however, FDA says it will use discretion when enforcing new rule.
  By Kathryn Feather, Senior Associate Editor
Acupuncture Effective for Hypertension
Significant short-term reductions in BP after six weeks of treatment.
  By Tina Beychok, Associate Editor
TCM Gets Another Boost From Oprah Winfrey
  By Meghan Vivo, Associate Editor
New Scholarship Fund for AOM Students
  By Editorial Staff
The More You Meet and Greet, the More You Will Get to Treat
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Beyond Substance to Process
  By Steven Alpern, LAc
An Interesting Ethics Problem
Moving From "Wanting to Be Helpful" to "Aware of Risks"
  By Laura Christensen, MA, LAc, MAc
The World, Alchemy and the Mysterious Feminine
Part One of a Two-Part Interview With Lorie Eve Dechar, MAc
  By Gregg St. Clair, BA, MSTOM, LAc
Filling Out the New CMS 1500 Form
  By Samuel A. Collins
Changing the Face of Aging
Stress and the Adrenals: The Incredible Burden of "Doing" vs. the Lightness of "Being"
  By Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, LAc, Dipl. Ac., MS, MM and Kiera Lane, NMD, MS Ac., LAc, Dipl Ac.
Herbal Monograph for Xiao Chai Hu Tang, Part Two
Pharmacological Effects
  By John Chen, PhD, PharmD, OMD, LAc
Reconsidering Food Therapy
  By Craig Williams, LAc, AHG
The Yin and Yang of Cholesterol Hyperlipidemia
  By Andy Rosenfarb, LAc, MTOM
News In Brief
  By Editorial Staff
What the Ancients Have Taught Us
  By Tymothy Smith

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