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Home > Points Newsletter > September 2007

Points Newsletter - September 2007


Brain Fog - The Fog that Never Lifts
By Dr. Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., Ph.D.

Many of us have experienced feelings of spaceyness, together with difficulty focusing and a slight feeling of being disoriented. When these feelings cannot be associated with any identifiable disease or condition, I group them under the nonspecific category called “brain fog.”  More... 

Bill Would Require Insurance to Cover Acupuncture in California
By Hector Trujillo/Staff Writer

A bill requiring health-care service plans and health insurers to provide coverage for acupuncture under a group plan or policy is being considered in the Legislature.

Assembly Bill 54, introduced by Mervyn Dymally, D-Compton, creates new coverage requirements on health-care service plans and would impose state-mandated local programs. 
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September 2007
Volume 5, Number 9

Brain Fog - The Fog that Never Lifts

Bill Would Require Insurance to Cover Acupuncture in California

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