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News Update: March 20, 2017

Insomnia Treatment Based on the Yu Theory

Making Sense of Liver Regulation
By Jake Paul Fratkin, OMD, LAc
In Chinese medicine, the liver has the function of moving and storing qi and blood. In its moving function, the liver smoothly distributes qi and blood to the tendons, muscles and flesh through microcirculation.
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Treating the Terrain of Chronic Sinus Infections
By Brandon LaGreca, CAc, MACOM
Chronic sinus infections can be stubborn to treat, but the therapeutic path forward can be simplified when utilizing three distinct treatment principles which take into account the terrain of the body, and the way in which microbes grow.
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Good Works at the Canandaigua VA
Finger Lakes School of AOM
By Kevin V. Ergil, MA, DACM, LAc, Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)
Faculty and students of the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine of the New York Chiropractic College have provided acupuncture to veterans at the Veterans' Administration Medical Center in Canandaigua, New York since September of 2007.
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Integrative Cardiology: The Heart
of TCM & Western Medicine
By Shellie Rosen, DOM, LAc
Patient centered therapy is a growing trend in hospitals that are expanding to boutique services. Atlantic Health System in Morristown, N.J. takes this theme directly into maternity, cardiac, orthopedic, pediatric, ICU and emergency room inpatient settings, offering unique services such as: therapeutic massage, acupressure, reflexology, aromatherapy, guided imagery and more.
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Shedding Light on the Benefits of Heliotherapy
By Bill Reddy, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
I can't imagine anyone not feeling good strolling in the sun on a beautiful spring day. The sun is responsible for all life on earth and is best illustrated along the equator touting the richest biodiversity on the planet, in stark contrast to the Arctic Circle and South Pole.
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Toxicity & Kids: The Importance of Environmental Intake
By Sean Guinan, LAc, EAMP
The old adage is true that children are not little adults. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has long known that the physiology of children is unique, as are the diseases that plague them.
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The Qi Focus: A Guide to Managing Stress
By Pamela Ellen Ferguson, Dipl. ABT (NCCAOM),
Stress, are you experiencing heightened stress levels? Your own, and your clients? Is Trumpitis getting to you? I recently polled a cluster of acupuncturists, Asian Bodywork Therapists (ABT) and psychotherapy colleagues on the issue.
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Caring for Refugees in Greece
By Jennifer Moiles, LAc
If I once believed in fairytales, the dreamy blue Greek islands were certainly one of them. At the beginning of 2016 I had no idea what was in store for me, but I was looking forward to a personal retreat on the Greek island of Paros; a graduation gift to myself after 22 years of motherhood, and four-plus years of Chinese medicine school.
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