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Tag Archives: liver
Acupuncture and Fibroids – Which Fibroids are you?
Uterine fibroids are benign growths on the wall of the uterus. They represent the most common gynecological non-cancerous tumors in reproductive females. It is estimated that 80% of women will have uterine fibroids at some point in their reproductive years. Many are symptom free and unaware, but for some women, fibroids can cause heavy bleeding, irregular periods, abdominal bloating and
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Herbal Spring Cleaning: 3 Surprisingly Powerful Herbs for the Liver
Timing is everything. Nature knows this and teaches us if we are paying attention. From winter to spring we can witness a drastic change in our environment. As that fresh spring breeze blows in and the cold barren landscape transforms into a vibrant display of life, we may feel like getting outside and shaking off some of that winter
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Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month: TCM Tips for Bright Eyes & Healthy Vision
“The eyes are the window to the soul” as the saying goes. This couldn’t be held more true in Traditional Chinese Medical theory as we look to the eyes to diagnose the quality of the shen, or spirit. Clear, bright eyes tell us the spirit is vital and strong, whereas dull eyes that lack spark suggest emotional struggles.
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