Dr., Doctour, Docere – What’s in a Title? Doctoral Titles in Chinese Medicine

Doctor Titles By William Morris, DAOM, PhD, LAc First published January, 2012, Vol. 13, Issue 01 Acupuncture Today I would like to explore  doctor titles, and the historical use and impact upon programs and policy. It is time that people entering the AOM field, putting in four years of effort and often times the better part of $100,000 earn the title of docto [...]

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7 Drugs Whose Dangerous Risks Emerged Only After Big Pharma Made Its Money

[fblike layout="standard" send="true" action="recommend" font="arial" colorscheme="light"] Drugs have a place, as do herbs and other materials with healing properties. The greed of pharmaceutical companies is facilitated by the rotation of board members into governmental watchdog agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration. It is time for a revolution and escape [...]

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Rolling from Primary Positions: Seeking the Truth

Pulse Diagnosis © 2004 William R. Morris, OMD, MSEd, LAc In the 1950s, the Chinese government had masters of pulse diagnosis come together to compare their findings. There was such a disparity of results, it caused a reduction of the value of pulse diagnosis in the total scheme of the medicine. The role of pulse became a confirmation of that which had been conc [...]

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Thought, History and Critique: An appreciation of Chinese Medical Canon Relative to Pulse Diagnosis

(c) 2014 William R. Morris< PhD Pulse diagnosis. Thought, History and Critique provides a critical analysis of Leon Hammer’s article, Tradition and Revision (2002), republished as Discussion on Wang Shu He Pulse Classic, Parts One and Two (2009a, 2009b). In this critique, I adopt three vectors of rhetoric. First, I discuss medical epistemology (how we think and [...]

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