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Unraveling the Mysteries of the Nan Jing, Chapter Five

By William Morris, DAOM, PhD, LAc The classics can be obscure, and may appear to have little clinical relevance. However, useful interventions can be discovered through study and contemplation. The question is not whether the resulting application is what the ancients intended, but whether the resulting clinical application is useful and can make a contribution to the [...]

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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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Thoughts on Ernst’s Review of Reviews: Acupuncture and Pain

Politics of Evidence Curious, I read the Pain® journal article by Edzard Ernst et al: Acupuncture: Does it alleviate pain and are there serious risks? A review of reviews (1). Their conclusion: “Although acupuncture is commonly used for pain control, doubts about its effectiveness and safety remain.” And, that, "Acupuncture remains associated with serious adverse [...]

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