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Acupuncture Today Archives - November, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 11)

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Averting an AOM Disaster in California
Governor signs budget, preserves acupuncture as optional Medi-Cal benefit.
  By Tina Beychok, Associate Editor
Taking Aim at Big Pharma
NEJM amicus brief supports failure-to-warn claims against Wyeth Laboratories.
  By Editorial Staff
Global Solutions to a Global Health Care Problem
  By Michael Baum, DC
Tai Chi for Fall Prevention in Seniors
  By Christie Bondurant
AOM and the Changing Seasons
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
17th International AIDS Conference: Increasing Appreciation of Traditional Healing
  By Kristen E. Porter, PhD, MS, MAc, LAc and Elizabeth Sommers, PhD, MPH, LAc
How Do Microcurrents Work? Intercellular Communication and Microcurrents
  By Darren Starwynn, OMD, LAc
Things I Have Learned: The Rules of CPR
  By Douglas R. Briggs, DC, Dipl. Ac. (IAMA), DAAPM, EMT and Kymberlie S. Combs, LMT
Evidence of Instant Effect of External Qi
  By Yin Lo, PhD
Focused Healing and Personal Success
Attracting What We Do or Do Not Want
  By John Amaro, LAc, DC, Dipl. Ac.(NCCAOM), Dipl.Med.Ac.(IAMA)
Growing Our Profession Through Disagreement
  By Felice Dunas, PhD
Experiencing Family
  By Joseph Wollen
Blood Stasis and Joint Health: Part 1
  By Craig Williams, LAc, AHG
AOM Education, Critical Thought and Complexity
  By William Morris, DAOM, PhD, LAc
AOM Transition to a Professional Entry-Level Doctorate
  By Benjamin Dierauf
The Face: A Portrait of Qi, Part 3
The Emperors Court and Palace Gardens
  By Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, LAc, Dipl. Ac., MS, MM and Susan Russell, PhD, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
News In Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Financial Advice for You and Your Patients
Saving for a Rainy Day
  By Stanley Greenfield, RHU
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