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Home > Points Newsletter > February 2006

Points Newsletter - February 2006

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Happy Chinese New Year
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M.

January 29, 2006 began the Chinese New Year of the Dog

It is Year 4,704 of the Yellow Emperorís reign. With 2005 Rooster year leaving us, let us do a retrospective on my predictions at the beginning of last year. More...


Female Sexual Dysfunction -
An Often Under Managed Problem

Sexuality is a complex process and behavior. It is coordinated not only by various systems of our bodies such as the endocrine, nervous, vascular and others. It is also related to personal experience, social, cultural beliefs, and changes with age. Sexuality is also much affected by interpersonal relationships or lack thereof.  More...


Subway System or Meridian System?
By David Miller

Every morning, tourists and seasoned straphangers get onto the train and do their best not to touch anybody else, poke or spill, humph or haw in the improper posture, and lock their eyes onto a polite pinpoint, and drift into a galaxy where no other eyes are drifting, until they arrive at their intended stops. The Buddha might have nodded at this new form of mass meditation as they pass through the tunnels, unaware of the hidden networks that support the movements of the train. No one gives a thought to the massive underground command center that safeguards the entire system, that is, until something goes wrong. More...

RECENT RESEARCH

Effects of Electrical Acupuncture on Acupoint UB 15 Evaluated in Terms of Heart Rate Variability, Pulse Rate Variability and Skin Conductance Response

Effects of Lumbar Acupuncture Stimulation on Blood Flow to the Sciatic Nerve Trunk

  Ganoderma lucidum Mycelium and Spore Extracts
  as Natural Adjuvants for Immunotherapy
ASK THE DOCTOR

Q:  What remedies exists with acupuncture to treat the side affects of anti-seizure meds?

A: There are quite a few, but of course, which one would depend specifically on what the side effects are, and what we interpret the cause to be.

For instance, if your anti seizure meds cause you to feel muddy in the head or fatigued and otherwise out of sorts, we might look at this as a phlegm or damp problem of the digestion rising to the brain...

See more here

This Month's Articles

February 2006
Volume 4, Number 2

Happy Chinese New Year

Female Sexual Dysfunction

Subway System or Meridian System?

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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