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Home > Points Newsletter > January 2003

Points Newsletter - January 2003

Acupuncture.com Launches Points!
By Johanna Masse, Editor

We are pleased to announce the debut of Points, a new resource intended to introduce the latest information of interest to the TCM community. With every issue we'll highlight up-to-date news, research and well-being articles to help our readers improve their health. More...


TCM for Menopausal Symptoms

Recently in a paper published in the Annals of Internal Medicine 2002;137:805-813, authors Fredi Kronenberg, PhD and Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD made some sweeping conclusions about the effectiveness of CAM therapies on the treatment of menopausal symptoms. I would like to take issue primarily with their generalizations about the effectiveness of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in treating menopausal symptoms. More...


Enjoy Your "Second Spring" During Menopause

Menopause signifies the end of a woman's menstrual cycle. It is estimated that 1.3 million women in the U.S. will reach menopause each year between now and 2010. The majority of women end their menstruation between the ages of 48 to 52, but uncomfortable symptoms of peri-menopause or pre-menopause can begin as early as forty and last until fifty-five years of age. A woman may notice that her menstrual cycle starts to be different from what it used to be-slight irregularity, increased breast swelling, abdominal bloating, mood swings, sweets cravings and low energy. More...

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