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Home > Points Newsletter > March 2007

Points Newsletter - March 2007

Pain Management

Acute and chronic pain syndromes, as some of societyís most costly health problems, have an enormous impact on individual, national, and global levels. In the United States, chronic pain is the third most common health-care problem, behind heart disease and cancer, with the combined annual costs of lost work days, doctor visits, hospital stays, pain-reducing drugs, and disability totaling an estimated $100 billion.
Holistic Veterinarians

A whimper or faint meow can mean a trip to the veterinarian's office, and there's a growing trend in animal health care that has pet owners turning to holistic veterinarians.

Penny the Dachshund has a ruptured disk and is having a tough time walking. Penny is getting relief from acupuncture. 

Acupuncture Treatment for Substance Abuse

Acupuncture helps people recover from drugs and alcohol problems. It is used in clinics through the United States. Acupuncture can decrease cravings for drugs and alcohol, reduce withdrawal symptoms, relieve tension, and help people relax. Acupuncture treatments, taken enough times, clear the mind, build energy, and give a sense of well being.   More...


The Effectiveness of Acupuncture for Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Identification of Human Dopamine Receptors Agonists from Chinese Herbs

Protective Effect of Gui Qi Mixture on the Progression of Diabetic Nephropathy in Rats


Q: My TCM practitioner tells me I shouldnít drink coffee if Iím being treated with herbs. Why canít I drink coffee? I love coffee. What about decaf?

A: The herbal formula given by oneís TCM practitioner usually is a customized formulation according to oneís specific condition and constitution. As we all know, coffee contains caffeine, theobromine, theophylline, and tannins, and is a strong stimulant...

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This Month's Articles

March 2007
Volume 5, Number 3

Pain Management

Holistic Veterinarians

Acupuncture Treatment for Substance Abuse

Recent Research

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