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Kidney stones are known to be a painful medical event and according to a recent study published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings the number of people suffering from kidney stones is on the rise.
The study looked at the prevalence of kidney stones in over 10,000 Minnesota residents from 1984 – 2012. The findings revealed the over the course
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day is held annually on October 24 to raise public awareness and support for the use of acupuncture and other forms of traditional Chinese and Oriental medicine.
Thousands of licensed acupuncturists, government figures, and health organizations use this day to support the practice and its use as a complementary medicine in our modern healthcare system.
As the transition from summer to fall begins, changes start to happen externally as well as internally. The days become shorter and the air gets cooler; our bodies change to adapt as well. Here are three ways to prepare for the fall season ahead along with the beginning of the yin cycle.
1. Let go of Negativity
The autumn season
As a Licensed Acupuncturist I am always looking for ways to improve my skills and knowledge. After meeting the wonderful ladies of Endless Journey Hospice Care, I was compelled to find out more about hospice and the role Acupuncture could play during end of life care. http://endlessjourneyhospice.com
In my search I found The National Association of Hospice and Palliative
1. Get rid of leftovers
The holidays bring delicious homemade food, and along with that come the leftovers. Holiday leftovers can be just as good as when you cook the meal the first time and become a tempting go-to snack. Time to let go. Toss the leftovers, if you have not already done so, they most likely aren’t the healthiest