How To Treat a Yeast Infection Before Visiting The Drugstore

by | Mar 07, 2012

Overrun By the Yeastie Beasties? There's a fungus amungus! Over the past couple of months I've seen a recent spike in patients complaining of vaginal yeast infections, so I thought that I'd write  about the subject (especially considering the fact...
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Acupuncture for Infertility

by | Feb 29, 2012

How Acupuncture Can Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant Self-explanatory, really. Acupuncture and herbal medicine have been used for hundreds of years to treat infertility. Current research suggests that acupuncture can increase rates of successful pregnancy,...
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Research on Lifestyle Shows That Your Choices Matter

by | Feb 21, 2012

Looking for Proof? If you spend any time online, or regularly peruse a publication that includes a section on "Healthly Living", then you're probably just as confused as, well, everyone else. Will my daily supplement shorten my life, or extend...
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Helping Our Soldiers with Acupuncture

by | Feb 17, 2012

American Military Using Acupuncture for Pain Management Acupuncture has been gaining recognition for its ability to treat pain without any nasty side effects, and it's appearance in the American military is steadily increasing. Recent studies show that at least 40...
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11 Ways To Treat Colds and Flu

by | Feb 08, 2012

Sick as a Dog? You've been struck down by a nasty viral infection and you're home, sick as a dog. Ever wonder why the expression exists? Well, it's because of that disgusting tendency, common to many dogs, to eat indiscriminately......
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Does Acupuncture Work?

by | Jan 20, 2012

I’m asked this question at least once a week, and it’s become one of my favorite questions to answer. All I have to do is mention that I am an acupuncturist in a crowd of relatively “newish” people and one...
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Entertaining Video About Chinese Medicine

by | Jan 19, 2012

Acupuncturists and patients alike should watch this video - cute, informative, and funny!


Warming Up from The Inside Out: A Simple and Delicious Tea

by | Jan 18, 2012

Cold Hands and Feet? Maine winter = brrrrrrr. Hey, Mainahs, guess what? It's freakin' COLD out there!!!! It's almost unbearable. I used to be one of those people – if I caught a chill, especially in the...
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Finding Reliable, Compassionate Care

by | Jan 17, 2012

Guanyin is an East Asian deity of mercy, and a bodhisattva associated with compassion. The name Guanyin is short for Guanshiyin, which means "Observing the Sounds (or Cries) of the World."  Got Good Healthcare? Finding good...
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