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Staying Healthy Through The Holidays

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We all want to be as healthy as possible at this time of year. Never mind the misery of being sick, who wants to miss out on all the fun parties?!

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Kale Power Soup

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This kale power soup is packed with vitamins, and is a go-to during the colder months.    

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Understanding the Hype About Coconut Oil

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This little jar of oil has been making quite a splash in internet news and diet trends the past couple of years. But it’s no new thing: heritage cuisines have been making use of this naturally occurring substance for hundreds of years, using it in everything from cooking to topical remedies. It seems everybody these […]

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Celebrating the Chinese New Year

January 31st marked the beginning of the Chinese New Year 4712, the year of the horse. This is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese culture. The festivities start on the first day of the month of February and continue until the fifteenth day– the day of the Lantern Festival. On this evening, […]

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It’s Back…Cold & Flu Season

Join us for a Q & A session with our Senior Resident Acupuncturist, Kyleen Lee, talking about why we get sick and how to build up your immune system. Kim: It is that time of the year again – cold & flu season.  I wanted to talk to you today about why we get sick.  […]

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What is Thermography and How Can It Help Me?

Thermal Scans (or thermography) are digital pictures taken with an infrared camera that show heat patterns in the body. These thermal images look at blood flow patterns, inflammation and asymmetries, which can assess pain and dysfunction anywhere in the body, or act as early warning signs for breast cancer long before you can feel a lump.

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The Heart Of The Problem

In Oriental medicine, “heart disease” means quite a bit more than it does in Western medicine.

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Diabetes

Although the numbers of people diagnosed with diabetes and pre-diabetes have staggered to near-epidemic proportions in recent years, by no means is diabetes a new disease.

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