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Carolyn Jaffe, D.Ac., Dipl. NCCA and Judith M. Mellor, RN, C.Hrb., Journal of Energetic Medicine November 2000 Carolyn Jaffe, D.Ac., Dipl. NCCA is an NCCA board certified doctor of acupuncture licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and Rhode Island, a doctoral candidate in Naturopathy, and an advanced practitioner of NAET and NET and co-founder of the… Read more »

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Alternative Medicine November 2000 Today, after seventeen years of crippling rheumatoid arthritis, 50-year- old Linda C. has been completely free of pain for two years, and she no longer shows any signs of the joint swelling, inflammation and ankle edema she was plagued with for years. Her energy has returned, she enjoys a restful sleep… Read more »

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Roberta, I just celebrated my two years February 1st 2006 of being completely smoke free! I couldn’t dream of even smoking another cigarette. I feel better than ever! Thank you so much! Love, M.M., New York

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Reuters Male children born to women who smoke during pregnancy run a risk of violent and criminal behavior that lasts well into adulthood, perhaps be- cause of central nervous system damage, says a study out Sunday. The finding is consistent with earlier studies that linked prenatal smoking by women not only to law- breaking by… Read more »

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Tina Johnson and Elaine Porterfield In the beginning, Michael Schaible was anything but an enthusiastic convert to alternative medicine. In fact, when he was referred to Kent Community Health Center in Kent, Wash., outside Seattle, for acupuncture to help him beat his pack-a-day cigarette habit, he was highly skeptical-and, frankly, fearful of the needles. But… Read more »

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The American Journal of Gastroenterology and March 2001 A common virus may be the cause of many hard-to-treat cases of inflammatory bowel disease, researchers in Italy report. More than one third of patients in a new study who had colitis that did not respond to steroids were infected with cytomegalovirus (CMV), the investigators found…. Read more »

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Mary McGowan, MD To quit Smoking… Change routines to quit smoking. If you smoke while driving to work, get to work a different way-in a car pool or by public transportation. If you smoke before or after drinking coffee, switch to tea. If you associate smoking a cigarette with the end of a meal, leave… Read more »

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Boston Globe July 13, 2001 Kenneth Kwong never expected to dabble in ancient Chinese medicine. A physicist at Massachusetts General Hospital, Kwong developed a revolutionary technology that gave scientists live views of the brain in action, opening new horizons in the study of memories, language and even the lure of cocaine. Lately, however, Kwong also… Read more »