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Home > Points Newsletter > January 2004

Points Newsletter - january 2004

Chinese Medicine as an Adjunctive Therapy for Cancer Treatment
By the Staff of Tao of Wellness

The history of Chinese medicine in the treatment of cancer has spanned several thousands of years throughout Asia. In recent years, Chinese medicine is noted as an effective adjunctive therapy when used in conjunction with conventional oncology. It is used extensively not only to manage side effects of conventional cancer therapies but also to increase and support the patient's immune system in combating the disease. More...

Visit the Dentist – Have an Acupuncture Treatment?

Soft music, warm towels, the aroma of lavender or freshly baked bread, perhaps even a hand massage—until recently these items might not be associated with a dental visit. Yet a growing number of dentists say these pampering amenities persuade patients to make and keep appointments and help them stay relaxed during dental procedures. More...

Western, Eastern Doctors Keep Troops Fit

The mission of the 376th Air Expeditionary Wing in Kyrgyzstan is to protect combat airpower in the U.S. Central Command area of operations. But that mission is not possible without a fit, healthy team of international coalition members operating as a cohesive team. More...

  Chinese Herbal Formula Does Not Improve Allergy Suffering
  When Combined With Acupuncture
  Limited Acupuncture Available in Boston Area Teaching
    Acupuncture Shows Promise for Menopausal Relief

Q: Can acupuncture help someone quit drinking?

A: Dr. Susana E. Mendez, CAS, LCDC, ABMPP writes: Yes! Acupuncture can help you stop drinking. Auricular acupuncture can decrease cravings for drugs and alcohol, reduce withdrawal symptoms, relieve tension and help people relax.

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