In America, we tend to go to our acupuncturists weekly for treatments. In China they see their acupuncturists a few times per week. This article from itmonline.org, RESTRUCTURING AMERICAN ACUPUNCTURE PRACTICES, by Subhuti Dharmananda, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Traditional Medicine, Portland, Oregon explains which approach is better.
Anne is featured in this Plain Dealer article which was published when she first started practicing in Cleveland.
This PD article is about Anne’s neat office space.
This article from The New York Times, explains why acupuncture continues to grow in popularity among the public and in acceptance among mainstream allopathic doctors.
HRT for menopause symptoms has come under increasing scrutiny. A recent study shows another possible unwanted side effect — asthma.
Castor oil packs were first popularized by Edgar Cayce. Since his time, many people have found relief from various ailments with this simple, non-toxic, non-invasive method.
Q&A on organic foods (PDF) — Information on organic foods and their benefits.
The effect of fertilizers on aquatic systems (PDF) — from the Organic Trade Association.