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Home > Points Newsletter > April 2009

Points Newsletter - April 2009


4 Feng Shui Tips for Financial Health
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., ABAAHP, Ph.D.

You may be surprised to learn that your home surroundings can affect your financial health. The Chinese art of feng shui is based on the science of energy alignment in one's living and workspaces to help optimize health, wealth, and happiness in one's life. You can learn how to use it to empower you and unblock your vast potential. My father, a feng shui master, passed down to me thousands of years of wisdom about how to change people's lives through environmental alignment with positive, constructive energy.
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First Aid Kit for Children
By Andrea Thorpe, L.Ac.

As a practitioner of natural medicine, I am a true believer in naturally assisting the immune system to protect and defend the body against pathogenic attack. I also believe antibiotics and antipyretics are valuable, life-saving drugs. However, I do not believe in using them repeatedly to fight conditions that can be resolved with natural therapies first.
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Acupuncture’s Role in Supportive Housing
By Tamsen Staniford, L.Ac.

Supportive Housing is affordable housing for those at risk for homelessness. It is similar to public housing in that it addresses the housing needs of low income individuals and families, but it also offers access to services such as harm reduction, community building, healthcare, job training, money management, and other programs to help maintain stable housingi . More...

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ASK THE DOCTOR

Q: What can I do about this constipation I have had for my whole life?

A: Constipation has many forms. There may be fecal impaction, difficulty defecating, lack of fluids, or other origins and causes. It would be a good idea to consult a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) doctor to determine the proper diagnosis.

In the meantime, I have the following recommendations:
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This Month's Articles

April 2009
Volume 7, Number 4

4 Feng Shui Tips for Financial Health

First Aid Kit for Children

Acupuncture’s Role in Supportive Housing

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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