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Home > Points Newsletter > May 2003

Points Newsletter - may 2003

Ancient Chinese Remedies For Arthritis
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., Ph.D.

As the population of America ages, the most common health concern of physically active baby-boomers is the condition of their joints. It is estimated that 70 million Americans have some form of arthritis. Furthermore, countless Americans undergo surgical procedures for joint injuries every year. Besides obvious traumas, common causes of arthritis include heredity, infections, aging and environment. If left untreated, arthritis and joint problems can be crippling and vastly affect one’s quality of life. More...


From An Eastern Perspective
By Linda Lloyd

Picture by Stan RoyIt is hard to imagine that spring is here. From a yin and yang perspective, the world is transitioning from winter, the most yin season of the year to spring, the most yang season of the year. Nature explodes with the coming of spring. Dormant bulbs once buried under inches of snow erupt and push aggressively up towards the nurturing source of the sun. Tree sap, long stored in the roots, reverses its flow and begins running up to ignite the growth cycle once again. The animal kingdom wakes up and starts the mating cycle so that the young can be raised during the gentler, warmer months. More...


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