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Jennifer Dubowsky earned her Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College, an accredited 4 year Master's program in Boulder, Colorado. She received her Diplomate from the NCCAOM, the National Certification Commissi

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Spring Planning and Envisioning...

Spring Planning and Envisioning... nn This Post is by David Tucker nFrom his blog The Zen of Healing nThough it may not feel like it for those of us in Seattle... (or for those of us in Chicago)

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture Success in Baltimore Prison

Acupuncture Success in Baltimore Prison The Baltimore Sun newspaper recently ran a story describing how acupuncture has been used in the Baltimore City Detention Center for 16 years. The

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: A Chinese Face Reading Brad Pitt Should Read: Jen Aniston vs. Angelina Jolie

p; So what does Brad Pitt see in these two lovely ladies? I am happy to bring you the face reading, face off! We have been subjected to soooooo many photographs of these two women, but today

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture Used for Treatment of Uterine Fibroids in Cuba

Acupuncture Used for Treatment of Uterine Fibroids in Cuba nn From Ahora.cu nBy Redaction Ahora email: redaccion@ahora.cu April 2009 The use of natural medicine, particularly

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: More People are Pursuing Acupuncture for Back pain

More People are Pursuing Acupuncture for Back pain This is from a segment that appeared on the CBS Early show 4/8/09 Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Harry Smith about the most effective

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Einstein Couldn't Figure Out Income Tax

nn "The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax." Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) U.S. Winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics nn   nn Acupuncture Blog Chicago

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture for Treating Tension Headaches

Acupuncture for Treating Tension Headaches nn This article was published in the March issue of Acupuncture Today Tension headaches, which have been described as a dull pain, almost as

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: 10 Tips to Get Out of Your Mind

p; nn nn 1. Invite someone new out to lunch. 2. Make a list of everything you would try if you weren't afraid - and then do one thing on that list. 3. Luxuriate in a hot shower or an

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Stress is Not a Good Idea

nn "Brain cells create ideas. Stress kills brain cells. Stress is not a good idea." Doug Hall U.S. Inventor and Business Writer nn Acupuncture Blog Chicago nn My Web site nn n

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: The Chinese Herb Dang Gui, The King of Blood Tonics

From Acufinder.com nn nn Alternate Names; Angelicae Sinensis, Radix, Angelica Sinensis, Tang Kuei nn Commentary nIn the late 1800s, an extract of Dang Gui known as Eumenol became

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture and Endometriosis

Acupuncture and Endometriosis In my Chicago Practice I often treat women with endometriosis. Chinese Medicine is very helpful for the menstrual difficulties associated with endometrosis

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: What Can Acupuncture Treat?

This article is from acufinder.com By: Diane Joswick, L.A.c.,MSOM Acupuncture and Chinese medicine are extremely successful in the treatment of a multitude of conditions. Many people try

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Water The Element of Power and Patience

Here is another post I wrote for the blog Hopefulparents. nIn the philosophy of Chinese Medicine, there are five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. These five elements are not simply the

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago:Studies on Acupuncture and Arthritis

From acufinder.com Several studies have shown that acupuncture can help people with arthritis and related auto-immune diseases. In one Scandinavian study 25 percent of arthritis patients

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture for Arthritis

p; This article is from acufinder.com By:  Diane Joswick, L.Ac., MSOM Arthritis is one of the most pervasive diseases in the United States and is the leading cause of disability

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Healthy Green Foods For Saint Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick's day is coming up and I hope everyone has a fun celebration! For those of you who would like to consume something other than green beer, here are some healthy suggestions from the website

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Studying Acupuncture in Beijing With Dr. Bai



I recently read an article about Dr. Bai Yulan. It brought back memories of my internship in Beijing at the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital where Dr. Bai was in charge of the Acupuncture Department

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Scott Loves Acupuncture

By Scott Desgrosseilliers I hate pills. The whole premise sucks. I take a pill to mask the pain that is actually a signal by my body that something is wrong. I still will take pills when necessary,

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: The Basics of Chinese Herbal Medicine

This article is from acufinder.com nBy: Diane Joswick, L.Ac., MSOM About Chinese Herbal Medicine Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine consists of 5,767 substances derived from plant,

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture Improves Sperm Quality

This information is from acufinder.com A study published in the July 2005 issue of the journal Fertility and Sterility found that acupuncture helped infertile men by apparently helping improve

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Acupuncture, Herbs and Kidney Stones

This post was submitted by a long time patient who prefers to remain anonymous. nI recently had my first experience of combining Eastern and Western medical treatment, and it taught me a great deal

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: The Dalai Lama on How to Build a Better World



"With the realization of one's own potential and self confidence in one's own ability, one can build a better world." nn The Dalai Lama nn www.tcm007.com nn www.acupuncturechicago.blogspot.com

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: 7 Steps to a Healthy Menopausal Diet

1. Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and vegetables offer fiber, vitamins, minerals and are naturally low -fat. In addition, for menopausal women, plants have chemicals called phytoestrogens

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Acupuncture Blog Chicago: Chinese Medicine For Menopause

Menopause and Chinese Medicine Menopause is a natural process that alters the balance of Yin and Yang. During and after menopause many women discover, and may be disturbed by, the more yang

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