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News Update: February 6, 2017

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The Acupuncture Channel System (Part 1)
By David Twicken, DOM, LAc
The earliest Chinese reference to channels is in the Mawangdui Medical Manuscripts, which are dated to the Warring States period of the Zhou Dynasty (475 BC-221 AD).
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Crow Like the Rooster
By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
As we welcome in the Year of the Rooster, we look at some of its major characteristics: confidence and communication, which suits the image we have of the Rooster...strutting in the farmyard, crowing to the others that it's time to wake up.
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Anti-Aging With Dr. Ping Zhang
By Jennifer Waters, LAc, Dipl. Ac
Jennifer Waters, TCM practitioner and writer of the Acupuncture Today column, "Talking With the Masters" sat down with Dr. Ping Zhang to discuss aniti-aging with acupuncture.
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Acupuncture Points: Broadening
Our Scope and Diagnostic Work
By Mary Jennings, DC, LAc
As every practitioner knows, the correct diagnosis is everything. Most healing disciplines rely on the use of symptomatology for their treatment implementation.
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Prepare for the End, From the Beginning:
Wealth Building and Retirement with the Tao
By Felice Dunas, PhD
Yin and yang flow into and out from one another continually. Beginnings become endings and endings become beginnings again. Wholeness and cycles are the nature of Tao.
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Flirting With Alternative Therapies
By Brandon LaGreca, CAc, MACOM
There are about as many adjunct therapies being marketed to acupuncturists as there are acupuncturists. While some may remain purist in their application of traditional Chinese medicine, others choose to explore new horizons of treatment.
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Qigong for Substance Abuse
By Maya Sarkisyan, DOM, Lic. Ac., Master NLP, NET Practitioner
It is commonly believed that substance abuse, in addition to harming one's physiological state, hurts the spirit. There is also a belief that one's spirit does not weaken due to substance abuse, but rather, the person finds solace in addiction due to an already weak spirit.
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A Conversation With Dr. Betty Edmond
By Pamela Ellen Ferguson, Dipl. ABT (NCCAOM),
This month's column is an exclusive interview with Betty Edmond MD, newly elected CEO/President of the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas.
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