SOS for Allergies

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According to the calendar, we’re more than halfway through spring. But ask anyone who suffers from seasonal allergies, and you’ll hear that the prime period of ah-CHOO! is far from over. Nature, and our bodies’ responses to it, just won’t follow a manmade schedule. Fortunately, if you’re self-aware and purposeful in your self-care, you can… Read more »

The Sleep Quiz: Rate Your ZZZ Powers!

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We spend one-third of our lives sleeping, yet a restful night is elusive for so many of us. The effects of poor sleep are vast, ranging from increased inflammation and pain, loss of productivity and focus, irritability, anxiety, overeating, and diminished regulation of the immune system. Just think of the last time you tossed and… Read more »

Sleep, Part 2: Go to Your Room!

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In my last newsletter, I described the ways that sleep deprivation affects the body’s essential functions. In short, sleep is a key component to health. Getting under 8 hours of sleep can lead to illness, obesity, and poor overall daytime performance. Feeling trapped in a cycle of daily fatigue and nighttime wakefulness? Applying the 3Rs… Read more »

My NOT-So-Mainstream Acupuncture

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Needles are good for you? Really? A technique with more than 3,000 years of success behind it, acupuncture is gaining such acceptance worldwide that even Western doctors have begun to realize how powerful its application can be. But what exactly is acupuncture, and how does it work? Acupuncture is a well-established healing method in which… Read more »

Putting the 3 R’s Into Action

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In my last post, I said using the 3 R’s can help you take control of your attitude, and attitude is what makes the real difference in our health and overall sense of well-being. But you’re not just a hypothetical example; you’re a real living human being. It’s time to get personal. Are you up… Read more »

Scientists Work to Test Traditional Chinese Cures

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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 »

Testimonial – M.S., New York

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In addition to the acupuncture treatments eliminating my allergies, changing my diet has had many advantages. I am exercising regularly and thank you to your nutritional guidance, I feel really healthy, physically and mentally for the first time in years.