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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day – 10/24/17

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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day is observed annually on October 24.  It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress,  promise and benefits of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  Did you know that an estimated 36% of U.S. adults now use some form of complementary and alternative medicine?  What can you do?  Help spread the word if

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Menopause Is Like A Car Engine

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Menopause is like a car engine?  What can this possibly mean?  In Chinese Medicine, menopause is commonly thought of as a natural progression of life.  A woman goes from child-bearing into more of a state of inner wisdom. Our metabolism controls yang (warming) and yin (cooling) aspects throughout our whole life. In menopause, there are more warming aspects that are unchecked by the

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Chinese Medicine, Balance and the Tai Qi symbol

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How To View Balance In Your Life – Look To The Tai Qi Symbol

The Tai Qi symbol. The circular black and white symbol associated with Tai Chi has many meanings.  The basic meaning is one of balance existing in all things, as exhibited by the black (yang) side and opposite white (yin) side.  Also, within the black side is

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