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Acupuncture Today Archives - May, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 05)


Healing Old Wounds With Acupuncture
NYC acupuncturists head drive to include treatment for 9/11 trauma victims.
  By Tina Beychok, Associate Editor
Acupuncture Helps Relieve Pain During Pregnancy
Appears superior to standard treatment alone in treating mixed pelvic/back pain.
  By Kathryn Feather, Senior Associate Editor
AWB National Veterans’ Project Provides Community Training Ground
  By Mary Chaney, LAc
Surveys Show Voters Want CAM Services Covered
  By Editorial Staff
Whether or Not to Survive and Flourish: That is the Question
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Refugees: Feeling At Home With Acupuncture
  By Kristen Porter, MS, MAc, LAc and Beth Sommers, PhD, MPH, LAc
Becoming One of Us
  By Felice Dunas, PhD
Degenerative Neuromuscular Disease Treatment
  By Darren Starwynn, OMD, LAc
Effective Formula Combinations, Part 2
  By Craig Williams, LAc, AHG
Reporting Another Health Care Practitioner
  By Laura Christensen, MA, LAc, MAc
Financial Advice for You and Your Patients
The Consequences of Credit Cards
  By Stanley Greenfield, RHU
A Powerhouse Pow-Wow
  By Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, LAc, Dipl. Ac., MS, MM
Nei Wei Qi Represents Immune System in TCM, Part 1
  By Yu Chen, LAc
The Left and Right Brain Frustrations of TCM School
  By Joseph Wollen
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Treatment to Regulate Menstruation and Promote Fertility, Part 1
  By John Chen, PhD, PharmD, OMD, LAc
Ethnomedicine to Heal the World
  By Ronda Wimmer, PhD, MS, LAc, ATC, CSCS, CSMS, SPS
A Gentle Approach to Dealing With the Anxious Patient
  By David Razo
We Get Letters & E-Mail
  By Editorial Staff
The Cycle of Addiction, Part 3
  By Randal Lyons, AP, LAc, DOM

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