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Janet Cook
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Chinese Medicine and Poop
Let’s start with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), something suffered by 10-15% of humans.   Acupuncture is a treatment option to consider alongside other evidence-based methods. “Acupuncture exhibits clinically and statistically significant control of IBS sy...
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Yin Fire Rooster Arrives! The start of the Chinese lunar year is a time of togetherness and reflection. May it be so for you ! In no particular order, here are some beliefs I garnered about those born under this sign: Rooster people are very observant. Loya...
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Chinese Medicine and Poop
Let’s start with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), something suffered by 10-15% of humans.   Acupuncture is a treatment option to consider alongside other evidence-based methods. “Acupuncture exhibits clinically and statistically significant control of IBS sy...
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Yin Fire Rooster Arrives! The start of the Chinese lunar year is a time of family togetherness and reflection. May it be so for all of us! In no particular order, here are some beliefs I garnered about those born under this sign: Rooster people are very obs...
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A Tale of Ginger Ale
This summer, Homemade Ginger Ale has been an intriguing endeavor. Starting with some raw ginger, I prepare the low-sugar recipe and simmer it in my 17 year old solar oven. Results are delicious, thirst-quenching and beneficial. See below for the recipe. Wha...
A Tale of Ginger Ale
A Tale of Ginger Ale
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Qigong for Health
It’s the Year of the Fire Monkey!   With no “monkey business ," here’s a reminder that one of the most efficient and balancing forms of exercise is qigong.  It coordinates breath, mind, movement and stretches.   It leaves me feeling great and actually build...
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Chinese Herbs and Pulmonary Fibrosis: A Case Study
Che ck this out.  Acupuncture Today recently published my article about Chinese herbal formulae that have effectively treated one person’s life-threatening condition. http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/mpacms/at/article.php?id=33106 Today, the piece is feature...
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Summer Heat This week, a friend saw a UPS delivery person drop to the sidewalk. During a day’s peak heat, I saw a backyard power line worker shakily kneel, vomit, and sweat profusely. He also complained of dizziness and weakness. Our 100+ degree temperature...
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On Behalf of Sleep - Nighttime & Naps   “Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together." -Thomas Dekker   Maybe it’s because lately there’s been quite a bit of rain and its muffling, soothing effects induce more sleep.  Maybe it’s becau...
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It's Green Tea Time!
For a long time, I’ve been a strong advocate of green tea. Recently, I was asked about its usage by those dealing with cancer and cancer treatment. This led me down a fascinating path of investigation. Much has been researched and written about this drink. ...
It's Green Tea Time!
It's Green Tea Time!
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