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An Interview by Bill Reddy, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
Bill: Please share with me a little about your childhood in New York.
Hon: It was fun. Growing up in New York's Chinatown was like living in a Chinese village that had been transplanted to a five square block area in southern Manhattan. The thing I liked most about the city, and still do, is it's rich cultural diversity.
By Editorial Staff
Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine recently celebrated 25 years of teaching excellence and serving its community by awarding actor Pierce Brosnan the Robert Graham Visionary Award and raising money for its popular community clinic.
By Stephanie Beck
You have just completed your last session for the day, checked your voice mail and emailed a new patient about their appointment, but something it gnawing at you, something you just can't quite put your finger it on.
By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
The time has come to seriously look at the state of this profession and its influence in the U.S. Where are we? What has happened? Where do we go from here? Relax. I believe that this is the essential first step.
By Felice Dunas, PhD
Karen and Josh said they wanted me to help them fix their marriage. That is why they were sitting on the couch in front of me, complaining about each other. She was too domineering, he said, overly controlling and bossy.
By Marlene Merritt, DOM, LAc, ACN
You probably started getting a sense of it when you were in school. The professors would talk about diabetes as "wasting-and-thirsting disease" and you had a thought that you didn't know anyone who was wasting away in any way, shape or form.
By James P. Meschino, DC, MS
You may have heard rumblings in recent years that vitamin K helps reduce the risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease, and is administered intravenously by some integrative medical doctors who combine it with high-dose vitamin C in cancer treatment.
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