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Spring time calls for saurkraut! Learn how to make your own batch in a few easy steps when you sign up for my newsletter at www.montserratcorsinolac.com
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Come relax with acupuncture! Great for stress, anxiety, and insomnia!!
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Partial Complex Epilepsy, Tremor & Urinary Incontinence after Prostatectomy Testimonial - Day 28, Treatment 17, Wed. 05/03/17
For More Details: http://saahm.proboards.com/thread/807/epilepsy-tremor-urinary-incontinence-prostatectomy?page=1&scrollTo=2544
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How the Body and Brain Achieve Carpal Tunnel Pain Relief via Acupuncture—New research describes how acupuncture may achieve local pain-relieving effects in people with carpal tunnel syndrome while also showing effects of the technique in the brain’s pain centers. http://bit.ly/2oH7fNY
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Did you know research suggest that acupuncture is more helpful in treating infertility than supplementary hormonal pharmaceuticals? It also helps reduce the adverse effects caused by fertility drugs. Win!

"Researchers find acupuncture combined with clomiphene more effective than clomiphene plus supplementary hormonal pharmaceuticals for the treatment of infertility. The combination of acupuncture plus clomiphene produces significantly higher pregnancy rates for women with anovulatory infertility than clomiphene plus estradiol cypionate and dydrogesterone. The data was published in the report entitled Effects of Acupuncture on the Endometrium in Anovulatory Cases Treated by Clomiphene: A Clinical Observation."
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Spasticity: a major problem There are two kinds of paralysis – flaccidity and spasticity.  Flaccid means the muscles have no tone and are soft.  Spastic means they’re tight and hard to move. A major problem with spasticity is that it is difficult to help…
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Guidelines from the American Pain Society and American College of Physicians say doctors should consider acupuncture as an alternative therapy for patients with chronic low-back pain that's not helped by conventional treatment.
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Would you like to see the before and after effects of Cosmetic Acupuncture treatment?  Have a look at this short ABC News clip.
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