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Acupuncture and Herbs for Common Cold and Flu

Acupuncture, the Natural Cold and Flu Remedy This year there will be 1 billion colds and 95 million cases of the flu in the United…

Zen From the Little Kid’s Book

The other night, my 5 year-old son brought his new book “Zen shorts” written by Jon J Muth to me for reading, And the word…

5 Health Issues that Affect Men & How Acupuncture Can Help

Five Top Men’s Health Concerns and How Acupuncture Can Help – October 2010 Acupuncture has been used to treat men’s health concerns for thousands of…

Acupuncture for Children with ADHD

Acupuncture and ADHD Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common behavioral conditions among children. In the United States alone, approximately 4.5…

How Much Water Do You Need to Drink?

Do You Drink Water Enough? WATER Water: a chemical substance with the chemical formula H2O. Its molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms connected…

The Wisdom of Prajanaparamita Heart Sutra

The Childhood Memory of The Heart of the Prajnaparamita Anyone who grew up in the Buddhist culture or family remembers this sutra, When I was…

Let thy Food be thy Medicine-Food Matters

A friend of mine recently mentioned about this documentary on his facebook and instantly I clicked the trailer and later watched the whole film. I…

Is This in Your Ice Cream?

This morning I was so struck by a article by John Robbins – “Is Your Favorite Ice Cream Made With Monsanto’s Artificial Hormones?” Yes, I…

How Laughter Helps Your Health and Mood

One day, I visited the other doctor’s office, urologist with my collegue, In doctor’s office, everyone seemed to look so serious, no laughter heard, no…

Acupuncture and Eye Health

  Acupuncture and Eye Health – Dr.Kim’s Newsletter August 2010 Your eyes are a reflection of your overall health. Illnesses such as diabetes and cardiovascular…