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Fall 1992 - Volume 1, No. 1        
The Acupuncture Treatment of Headache - Jiangjing S. Baek
Headache in Relation to Posture, Stress and Diet - Daniel Plovanich
A Japanese Approach to the Treatment of Headache -
Augusto Romano
The Kidney Meridian - Jiangjing S. Baek
Acupuncture and Moxibustion Formulas for Headache -
James Ramholz
Hua T’o Herbal Perscriptions for Headache - Sha Li Xin &
Jerry Ostrowski



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Winter 1992 - Volume 1, No. 2        
Yellow Path Acupunture - John Pirog
The Heart Meridian - Jiang Jing
Colds and Flu in HIV/AIDS Patients - Mary Kay Ryan



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Spring 1993 -
Volume 2, No. 1
The Role of Nutrition and Herbs in Treating Colds and Flu -
Martha Benedict
A Brief Survey of the Korean Dong Han System of Pulse Diagnosis - Jiang Jing
Treatise On Initiation of Heat in the Center Due to Damage by Food, Drink & Taxation Fatigue - translated by Yang Shou-zhong and
Li Jian-yong
The Role of Western Diagnostic Testing for the Practitioner of
Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Mark Rojek
Yellow Path Acupuncture, Part II: The Chinese House System -
John E. Pirog

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Summer 1993 - Volume 2, No. 2
Yellow Path Acupuncture: Part III - John E. Pirog
Commentaries on the Huangdi Neijing Suwen - Jiang Jing
Sanjiao Energetics - Sean Marshall
General Principles of Classical Chinese Pharmacology: A Translation of the 1694 Materia Medica Bencao Bieyao - Paul Zmiewski



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Fall 1993 - Volume 2, No. 3
Commentary on the Huangdi Neijing Suwen: Part II - Jiang Jing
Chinese Acupuncture - Excerpt from George Soulie De Morant’s
L’Acuponcuture Chinoise
The Effect of Chinese Medicine on HIV Infected Individuals -
Subhuti Dharmananda
Clinical Study: Recurring Cystitis - James Ramholz

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Winter 1993 - Volume 2, No. 4
Interview with Dr. David Edelburg, MD "The Twenty-five Yin and
Yang Types of Humans"
- Translated by Yang Shou-zhong and
Charles Chace
The Concept of Meridians from a System Perspective - Yoshio Manaka
Chinese Acupuncture, Part II - 2nd Excerpt from George Soulie De Morant’s L’Acuponcuture Chinoise


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Spring 1994 - Volume 3, No. 1
Kerokan: Indonesian Guasha - James C. Wilson
Chinese Herbal Treatment of Chronic Digestive Disorder -
Andrew Gaeddert
Commentary on the Huang Di Nei Jing - Jiang Jing
Fallopian Tube Blockage - by Bob Flaws


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Summer 1994 - Volume 3, No. 2
From Dr. Zhang’s Ingenious Use of Shan Han Lun Prescriptions -
Marcus Brinkman
Aspects of the Cancer/Host Connection - Jackie Dial
Cancer from the Perspective of Dong Han Pulse Diagnosis - James Ramholz
Minerals and Body Alchemy - Z’ev Rosenberg
Basic Herbal Formulation - Jiang Jing
Twenty-four Methods of Treating Constipation - Bob Flaws
Clinical Studies: Myofascial Pain Disorder - Mitchell Goldflie


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Fall 1994 - Volume 3, No. 3
Western Drugs in Imported Chinese Products - Subhuti Dharmananda
Classical Chinese Medicine: The Science of Biological Foreces
and their Therapeutic Application
- Sean Marschall
The Issue of Herb Substitutions in Chinese Prescriptions - Andrew Ellis
An Informal Discussion on the Use of Medicinals in Prescriptions -
Qin Bo-wei
Treating Patients on Prescription Drugs with TCM -
Z’ev Rosenberg
SuWen Studies: Chapter Five, Part I - Jiang Jing

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Winter 1994 -
Volume 3, No. 4
1995 - by Jerry Ostrowski
Classical Chinese Medicine, Part III: Reproductive System Energetics -
Sean Marshall
A TCM View of Pharmaceutical Drugs - Z’ev Rosenburg
Zhu Da-xi, Father of the Yin-Enriching School - Bob Flaws
Making Herbal Formulas into Alcohol Extracts - Jake Paul Fratkin


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Spring 1995 -
Volume 4, No. 1
A Response to the Dao - Charles Chace
The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine, Chapters 66 and 67 - Maoshing Ni
SuWen Commentaries - Jiang Jing
Clinical Study: The TCM Treatment of Reflex Sympathetic
Dystrophy
- John Stebbins


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Summer 1995 -
Volume 4, No. 2
Sixty Years in Search of Cures - Fung Fung
The Role of the Thymus in Human Immunity and Human
Individuality
- Gerald Callahan
Immunological Maps in Chinese Medicine - Z’ev Rosenberg
A Model for the Progression of a Heat Pathogen and Influencing
Factors in HIV/AIDS
- Mary Kay Ryan
A Comparison of Residential Detox Outcomes - Frank Yurasek


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Fall 1995 -
Volume 4, No. 3
Chinese Pediatric Massage - Kyle Cline
The Classification of Herbal Formulas - Henry C. Lu
Commentary on Li Shi Zhen’s Pulse Diagnosis - James Ramholz
The Error of Our Ways - Chars Chase
Clinical Studies: Cervical Spondylopathy - Hua-Xing Cao


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Winter 1995 -
Volume 4, No. 4
The History and Theory of the Extraordinary Vessels - John Pirog
Uncovering Hidden Pathogens - Donn Hayes
The Role of Moxibustion in the HIV Clinic - by Elliot Wagner


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Spring 1996 -
Volume 5, No. 1
An Interview with Bob Felt - Bea Ferrigno
Immunity and Nutrition - Gerald Callanhan, Ean Wember and Julie Smith
Drug Disease and Immunosuppression - Z’ev Rosenberg
Clinical Studies: The TCM Acupuncture Treatment of
Dysmenorrhea
- Bob Flaws


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Summer 1996 -
Volume 5, No. 2
An Interview with George Kitchie - Bea Ferrigno
The TCM View fo Withdrawal Syndrome - Thomas Dey
Fundamentals of Electo-Acupuncture - John Stebbins


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Fall/Winter 1996 -
Volume 5, No. 3 & 4
An Interview with Stephen Birch - Bea Ferrigno
The Menstrual Cycle: A Comparison of TCM to Endocrinology -
Patricia Van Buskirk
The Amazing Dr. Zhang - Translated by Marcus Brinkman
The Treatment of Mania with Acupuncture - Tom Dey
From Jade Remedies - Peter Holmes
The Fundamentals of Electroacupuncture: Part 2 - John Stebbins
The Use of Body Acupuncture for Treatment of Marijuana
Withdrawal Synd. -
JianLi Wang


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Spring 1997 - Volume 6, No. 1
An Interview with Misha Ruth Cohen - Bea Ferrigno
Enzyme Theory - John Nabors
Luo-Connecting Points and Luo Vessels - John Pirog
Understanding Immune Networks - Z’ev Rosenberg


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Summer 1997 -
Volume 6, No. 2
An Interview with Jgiovanni Macioca - Bea Ferrigno
The Classical Chinese View of Emotions - Claude Larre &
Elizabeth Rochat de la Valle
Bodywork Shiatsu - Carl Dubitsky
An Overview of Sinusitis - James Ramholz


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Fall/Winter 1997 -
Volume 6, No. 3 and 4
The Unified Field Theory of Chronic Disease - Leon Hammer
The Antique Points - Dennis Willmont
The 8 Extraordinary Meridians - Claude Larre &
Elizabeth Rochat de la Valle
Biomagnetic Therapy - Michael Tierra
Toxic Contaminants in Chinese Patent Medicines - Jake Fratkin


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1998 - Volume 7, No. 3 and 4
First International Congress in Tibetan Medicine - Bea Ferigno
An Interview with Qigong Master Hong Liu - James Ramholz
The Fire of Life in Ancient Acupuncture, Part 1: The Evolution of
Will, Destiny and Wisdom -
Dennis Willmont
Dr. Zhong’s Clinical Studies, Chapters 5 and 6 - Translated by
Marcus Brinkman
Fibromyalgia Snydrome - Angela Pfaffenberger



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Spring/Summer 2000 - Volume 8, No. 1 and 2
An Introduction to Advanced Pulse Diagnosis - James Ramholz
Phantoms in the Immune System - Gerald N. Callahan
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - Norman Kraft
Shen, Part I - Dennis Willmont
The 8 Extraordinary Vessels as Representatives of the 7 &
8 Year Life Cycle -
Avi Magidoff
The Top Ten Most Important Books of the Last Millennium -
Robert Felt, Leon Hammer, James Ramholz and Z’ev Roseberg
James Tin Yao So, The Father of American Acupuncture -
Robert Felt


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Winter/Water 2003 - Volume 11, No. 1
The Normal Pulse - James Ramholz
Clarifying the Use of Ready-Made Pills in Professional Medicine - Bob Flaws

Treating Anorexia Nervosa with Oriental Medicine - Norman Kraft
SHEN – The Spirit of the Heart - Dennis Willmont
Bleeding in the Treatment of Common Acne - Honora Lee Wolfe


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Spring/Wood 2003 - Volume 11, No. 2
The Future of Auricular Therapy - Jim Shores
Uterine Fibroids: An Integrative Approach - Dr. Nicholas R. LeRoy
ABT in USA - Debra C. Howard
Qigong as a Portal to Presence: Cultivating the Inner
Energy Body
- Gunther M. Weil
Part II – SHEN: The Spirit of the Heart - Dennis Willmont
Ayurvedic Treatment of Cataract - Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa


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Summer/Fire 2003 - Volume 11, No. 3
Acutonics®: A Harmonic Approach to Oriental Medicine -
Sue Wadden
When Do You Use Tea? When Do You Use Tablets? -
Andrew Gaeddert
The Impact of Medical Qigong on a Wholistic Clinical Practice -
Brother Bernard Seif
Pointing Therapy “Hit Medicine” of the Martial Arts -
J. Gordon Smith
The Social Transformation of Menopause - by Mary Kay Ryan
Part III – SHEN: The Spirit of the Heart - by Dennis Willmont



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Late Summer/Earth 2003 -Volume 11, No. 4
Resolving Osteoarthritis (and Other Chronic Disorders)
with (JMT™) -
C. Jaffe
Treating Chronic Liver Disease with Kampo Formula “Sho-saiko-to”: Efficacy, Mechanism and Side Effects - Dr. Dan Wen
SOTAI – Japanese Movement Therapy That Melts Pain! -
Frank Yurasek
Rejuvenation and Essence – Extraction Techniques in Tibetan Medicine - Barry Clark
Fibromyalgia Syndrome - Angela H. Pfaffenberger



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Autumn/Metal 2003 - Volume 11, No. 5
Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Renewal™ -
Mary Elizabeth Wakefield
8 Branches of the TAO Healing Arts Before T.C.M. - Jeff Nagel
Bee Venom Therapy - Amber Rose
Part II:SOTAI – Japanese Movement Therapy That Melts Pain! -
Frank Yurasek
Winterize with “Jade Windscreen” - Alejandro Fernandez



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Year of the Monkey 2004 - Special Edition - Volume 12, No. 1
A Model For Interprofessional Collaboration:The Integration
of Oriental Medicine and Western Medical Paradigms In
United States Healthcare -
Ian Wahl
The 8 Extraordinary Meridians - Claude Larre and
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
Enzyme Theory - John Nabors,
Unquite Waters: Obsessive, Compulsive Disorder &
Chinese Medicine -
Norman Kraft
Apply The Seven Hermetic Law to the Practice of Acupunctue -
Darren Starwynn


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Winter/Water 2004 - Volume 12, No. 2
Acu-Homeopathics®: An Introduction - SaTerra Vishnu
An Ancient Approach to the Rising Problem of Infertility -
Kelsey and Alejandro Fernandez,
Herbal Treatments for Diabetes and Syndrome X -
Andrew Gaeddert
Green Tea Extracts - Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa
Guarding the Three Treasures - Daniel P. Reid
Beating the Cold, by Warming the Kidneys - Kelsey Fernandez


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Spring/Wood 2004 -Volume 12, No. 3
Acu-Homeopathic®: Homeo-Auricular Theory and Therapy -
Frank Yurasek

Part II: An Ancient Approach to the Rising Problem of Infertility -
Kelsey and Alejandro Fernandez
An Introduction to Optimal Acupuncture - Robert Chu
The Life Cycle of Red Cells as Related to the 5 Elements -
Theresa Vernon
5-Element Homeotoxicology - Alta Smits, MD



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Summer/Fire 2004 -Volume 12, No. 4
Acu-Homeopathic®: Taking the Case and Giving Treatment -
Frank Yurasek

Part III: An Ancient Approach to the Rising Problem of Infertility -

Kelsey Fernandez and Alejandro Fernandez
Treating Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease -
Andrew Gaeddert
The Unified Field Theory of Chronic Disease - Leon Hammer


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Late Summer/Earth 2004 - Volume 12, No. 5
Oriental Medicine, Harmonic Vibration and Planetary
Responsibility -
C. Birch Storey
Science, Spirituality, and Qi Healing at a Distance -
Brother Bernard Seif
Part I: The Treatment of SARS: A Comparison of Western and
TCM Methods -
Shunyu Li and Mina Wang
Five Element Qi Gong - Frank Yurasek, Ph.D, MSc, MA
Settling into Fall and Beckoning Winter - Susan Ure Reid


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Fall/Metal 2004 - Volume 12, No. 6
Breathing Disorders and Medical QiGong - Ted J. Cibik
Anti-Cholesterol Herbs - Andrew Gaeddert
Part II: The Treatment of SARS: A Comparison of Western and
TCM Methods
- Shunyu Li and Mina Wang
The Concept of Meridians from a System Perspective -
Yoshio Manaka
5-Phase PowR-Hand Therapy - Frank Yurasek
Autumn in full song, whispers of winter… - Susan Ure Reid



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Year of the Rooster 2005 - Special Edition - Volume 13, No. 1
East Asian Medicine: Chinese Medicine in Other East Asian
Countries
- Livia Kohn and Stephen Jackowicz
Part II: The Treatment of SARS: A Comparison of Western
and TCM Methods
- Shunyu Li and Mina Wang
Acu-Ionic Intra-red Magnet Therapy for Pain – Part 1 - Frank Yurasek


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Water Issue 2005 - Volume 13, No. 2
The Tao of the “Indigo Child” Then and Now - SaTerra Vishnu
The 5 Phase Theory – An Attempt to Explain
The Taoist Universe
- Derek Brigham
Acu-Ionic Intra-red Magnet Therapy for Pain – Part 2 -
Frank Yurasek
Water, water everywhere…cooking to reflect the water element. -
Susan Ure Reid



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Wood Issue 2005 - Volume 13, No. 3
The Power of Touching – Reflections on the Benefits of Shiatsu -
Dean Hutcherson
Flowering of the Heart: Perspectives on Counseling Patients in an
Acupuncture Setting -
Norman Kraft
Nei Gong – Muscle & Tendon Transforming
Cultivating Beauty Inside & Out with TCM - Ree Embley
It’s Spring Driven Thing….Cooking to Reflect the Wood Element -
Susan Ure Reid


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Fire Issue 2005 - Volume 13, No. 4
Ancient Comments on the Mechanism of Auricular Diagnosis and
Auricular Treatment -
Dr. Zhou Jue, Ph.D. and correspondence
author Dr. Qu Fan, Ph.D.
Herbs for Addiciton: Healing Addictions, Depression -
Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa
A Taste of Summer….A Touch of Fire - Sue Ure Reid


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Earth Issue 2005 - Volume 13, No. 5
Touching the Womb: Traditional Wisdom for Women’s Reprod.
Health -
Kari Radoff
Part II: The Power of Touching, Refections on the Benefits of
Shiatsu
- Dean Hutcherson
Short Form(s) or Long Forms(s) in Taijiquan Practice:
Which Format is Better? -
Stanton Alleyne
Treating Menopausal Syndrome with Acupuncture -
Dr. Zhou Jue & Dr. Qu Fan
Qigong and Freedom: Teaching Qigong in the Spanish Prisons -
Dr. Gaspar Garcia


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Metal Issue 2005 - Volume 13, No. 6
Acupuncture and Moxibustion Treatment for Primary
Dysmenorrhea -
Dr. Zhou Jue & Dr. Qu Fan
Pulse Definitions - Nigel Wiseman and Feng Ye


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Year of the Dog 2006 - Special Edition - Volume 14, No. 1
The Bark of the Fiery Dog: Sounding a Call to Beautiful Aging -
Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, and MichelAngelo
Some Observations on The Mainstreaming of TCM in the West:
Recent Developments with Special Referrence to the
State of New Mexico -
Léonie Rosenstiel, Ph.D., D.O.M.
Acupuncture, Auricular-Plaster and Moxibustion Treatment
for Beng Lou (Metrorrhagia and Metrostaxis) -
Qu Fan & Zhou Jue
The Winding Pulse - Jin Wei
The Excitement of Adaptagens - Laurel Redmon
Diseases of Traumatic Stress - Robert C. Scaer

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Winter/Water 2006 - Volume 14, No. 2
The Symbol Kan - Kenneth Glowacki
Sedna: the Mysteries, Miracles and Infinite Capacity of Water -
Donna Carey & Ellen Franklin
Treating Chronic Pelvic Inflammation with Acupuncture -
Qu Fan & Zhou Jue
Chinese Medicine and Aromatherapy - Laurel Redmon
The Kidney Meridian - Jiangjing S. Baek
The Effect of Acupuncture on the Feeding Center of
Hypothalamus in Experimental Obese Rats -
Yue-Sheng Xia, ND

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Spring/Wood 2006 - Volume 14, No. 3
The Symbol Zhen and Xun - Kenneth Glowacki
Ease Into Spring - Frances Dachelet
Filiform Needling Techniques for Chest Points -
Cui Han & Changzhen Gong
Acupuncture and Moxibustion Treatment for Insufficient
Lactation -
Qu Fan & Zhou Jue
Actions and Energetics of some common North American Trees -
Laurel Redmon
Organs and their Assoicated Pulses - James Ramholz
On the Heart - Jiang Jing
CS: Treating Shoulder Pain with Acupuncture
and Ointment -
Qu Fan

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Summer/Fire 2006 - Volume 14, No. 4
The Symbol Li, Fire - Kenneth Glowacki
Fabien Maman: From Star to Cell - Terres Unsoeld
Dampness and The Circle of Wellness - Aram Akopyan
The Effect of Acupuncture on Postpartum Urinary Retention
in Women After Vaginal Delivery -
Qu Fan and Zhou Jue
Ten Techniques for Obtaining Heat Sensation
in Needling -
Wen Jiang and Wei Liu
Herbal Simples for Heart Health - Laurel Redmon
Commentary on Fundamental Pulse Qualities - James Ramholz

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Late Summer/Earth 2006 - Volume 14, No. 5
The Symbol Earth is Gen, Mountain and Kun, Earth -
Kenneth Glowacki
Filiform Needling Techniques on the Ten Most Difficult Points
in the Head and Neck -
Wen Jiang and Changjing Gong
Chi Kung Acupuncture - Treating the Joints & Extremities using
5 Bows, 6 Harmonies & 3 Rings
- Jeff Nagel, MA, L.Ac.
Accumulation of Glycyrrbizinate Acid and Cultivation of
Glycyrrhiza Uralensis Fise -
Qu Fan and Zhou Jue
Magnificent Melons: Welcome to the family of cucurbitacease! -
Laurel Redmon
Trigger Points - The Upper Body - Léonie Rosenstiel, Ph.D., D.O.M.
Tongli - A Town of Bridges - Qu Fan

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Fall/Metal 2006 - Volume 14, No. 6
The Symbol Metal is Dui, Lake and Qian, Heaven -
Kenneth Glowacki
Illiness Prev. in the Perspective of Daoist and Chan Buddhist
Teaching -
Michael Tophoff
Chinese Medicine for Autism - Qiying Jiang
The Effect of Acupuncture in Treating Mastitis and Effect of the Analgesic Mechanism of Acupuncture on Endometriosis -
Qu Fan and Zhou Jue
Strategies For Respiratory Health During Cold and Flu Season -
Laurel Redmon
Comments on Non-Invasive Acupuncture - Qu Fan, Zhou Jue,
and Rui Nan
Ling Shu, Chapter 73 - James Ramholz

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Year of the Boar 2007 - Special Edition - Volume 15, No. 1
Light Reading on the Moving Qi Between the Kidneys - Tai Lahans
Mechanics of Massage Manipulation - Qu Fan, Zhou Jue & Rui Nan
Perceptions of the Growth Process: Seeing Is Believing -
Michael Butz
A Short Note on Front & Back Pulses - James Ramholz
Research in Related Etilogical Causes & Syndrome Differentiation
of Fatty Liver
- Bong Yee Yang (Malaysia)

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Winter/Water 2007 - Volume 15, No. 2 (out of print) CD only
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Spring/Wood 2007 - Volume 15, No. 3
Part I: Topical Medicinal Preparations in Chinese Medicine:
Why and When to Use Them -
Mary Kay Ryan and Sue Ciancanelli
Application of Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay in TM - Qu Fan and
Zhou Jue
The Role of the Thymus in Human Immunity and Human Individualtiy -
Gerald N. Callahan

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Summer/Fire 2007 - Volume 15, No. 4
Blazing Saddles & Other Fire Friends - Amy Snow & Nancy Zidonis
Chinese Medicine Used to Treat Food Allergies - Chris Wriston
Implications of Complexity - Mark C. Taylor
Deficiency in Omega-3 Fatty Acids Tied to ADHD in Boys
Part II: Topical Medicinal Preparation - Mary Kay Ryan and
Sue Ciancanelli
Physiological Regulating Medicine in Pain Management -
Juan Carlos Mendez

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Late Summer/Earth 2007 - Volume 15, No. 5
Shaku Ju Therapy - A Further Development in Japanese
Acupuncture -
Kenneth Glowacki
Review of Antiviral and Immunomodulating Properties of Plants
of the Peruvian Rainforest with a Particular Emphasis on
Una de Gato and Sangre de Grado -
James E. Williams
Western Bodywork, East Mind - Kevin Williams

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Fall/Metal 2007 - Volume 15, No. 6
The Significance of Collagen-Based Network to Acupuncture
Theory and Therapy -
Poney Chiang
The Patient's Role in the Oriental Medical Clinic - Gary Wagman
Chinese Medicine for Autism - Qiying Jiang, L.Ac.
Introducing "Gold Needle" Acupuncture: The Lamina Points,
the Facet Points, and a Method for Needling Them -
Mary J. Rogel
Traditional Chinese Medicine to Lower Blood Pressure -
Kathleen Rushall
Acupuncture in the Perception of General Life Aspects in Rehabilitation After Breast Cancer Surgery - Michele Elisabete Rubio Alem and Maria Salete Costa Gurgel

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Year of the Rat 2008 - Special Edition - Volume 16, No. 1
Touching The Spirit: The Acupuncture Treatment of Depression -
Daniel Plovanich, LAc, Dipl. Ac.
Ghosts and Chinese Medicine - Poney Chiang, PhD
Study on the Antagonistic Effect of Acupuncture of
Shuigou (GV 26) Upon Venous Anethesia -
Zhu A-li and Chen Yan

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Winter/Water 2008 - Volume 16, No. 2
Infertility -
Dean Scarpinato, LAc, Astrologer
Effect of Electroacupuncture on the Immnoreactivity of Focal Cutaneous Opioid Receptor Immunoreation-Positive Fibers in Adjuvant Arthritic Rats -
Peng Bin, Li Man, Liu Fei, Li Juan, Han Ying, Yang Zhao-dong, Xiao Yang, Liu Jang and Shi Jing

Effect of Chinese Herbs of Shenghe Powder on Proliferation and Apoptosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma SMMC-7721 Cells -
Yue-Sheng Xia, Jian-Hua Wang, Zeng-Xia Hou, and Xue-Jun LI
Cancer and Pulse Diagnosis - James Ramholz, Dip. Ac, O.M.D.

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Spring/Wood 2008 - Volume 16, No. 3
Part I, II and III: Yellow Path Acupuncture - John E. Pirog
(reprint from 92 (Part I), 93 (Part II and III)

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Summer/Fire 2008 - Volume 16, No. 4
The Benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine for Children -
Kathleen Rushall
Shingles - Mary J. Rogel, PhD, LAc
Childhood Immunizations: An Oriental Medical Perspective -
Gary Wagman, LAc, MTOM
Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis with Acupuncture -
Syros Soltanian, MD

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Late Summer/Earth 2008 - Volume 16, No. 5
Earth: Myths, Archetypes, and Healing Correpondences
in the Acutonics® Healing System -
Ellen Franklin, MA &
Donna Carey, LAc
Peripheral Facial Paralysis Treated by Multi-Directional
Needling -
Hui Jian-ping, Zhao Yao-dong, Hui Jian-an and
Supervisor: He Tian-you
Plum-Blossom Needle Combined with Massage for Treatment of
36 Cases of Infantile Enuresis -
Song Yong-qiang, Wen Feng-yun,
Li Li-xia and Wang Guo-ming
Effect of Acupuncture of Fengchi (GB20) on Blood Pressure
and Serum IL-6 and Plasma ET Levels in Patinets with
Hypertension -
Chen Bang-guo, Qiabn Chun-yan, Qu Tao
and Mao Hong-rong

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Fall/Metal 2008 - Volume 16, No. 6
From Marine Medical Corpsman to Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbalist - Chris Kleronomos, DAc
Acupunture and Moxibustion for Treatment of 21 Cases of
Restless Legs Syndrome -
Lu Lei and Yi You-kang
Influence of Different Needle-Retaining Time on the Therapeutic Effect of Acupuncture in the Treatment of Ischemic Stroke -
He Yang-Zi, Han Bing, Hu Jing, Yuan Li, Chen Zhuo-ming, Li Jing-ming, Peng Ju-ziu and Wang Li-na
Acupuncture in the Perception of General Life Aspects in Rehabilitation After Breast Cancer Surgery -
Michele Elisabete Rubio Alem and Maria Salete Costa Gurgel

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Year of the Ox 2009 - Special Edition - Volume 17, No. 1

Acupuncture and Gem Essences: An Ancient Healing Ritual Using
the Five Elements and Sacred Geometry -

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, LAc, Dipl. Ac, MS, MM
and MichelAngelo, MFA, CTM
The Clinical Research on Traditional Chinese Medicine
Preparation and Electric Needle Stimulation Treating
Stimulation Treating Simple Obesity -
Wang Shiouniu
Insomnia: Needling Method for Tranquilizing and
Calming the Mind -
Wang Hong-Feng and Wang Fu-Chun
Effect of Moxibustion on Catecholamine - Shizuo Toda

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Winter/Water 2009 - Volume 17, No. 2 (out of print) CD only
Quantifying Intuition: Psychoneuroimmunology and Qi Qong -
Lauren L. Phillips, RN, MSN
Effects of the TCM Formulation "Wang's Juemingjing Extract" in
the treatment of Diabetes Mellitus -
Xianen WAng, Weichuan Lu, Guangying Huang, Fuer Lu, Qingnian Tu, Bingkun He, Qianbing
Zhang, Yoshiyuki Takei, Tatsuo Ogihara, and Nobuhiro Sato

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Spring/Wood 2009 - Volume 17, No. 3
Acupuncture in the Management of Moderate to Severe
Depression -
Syros Soltanian, MD
Treating Pediatric Bed-wetting - Rob Helmer
Seven Steps to Avoid Drug-Herb Interactions -
Dr. Greg Sperber, BMBS, DAOM, LAc
Start-Up Check List for New Acupuncture Practices (and anyone
else who wants to thrive no matter what the economy!) -

Honora Lee Wolfe, Dipl. Ac

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Summer/Fire 2009 - Volume 17, No. 4
How To Be A Barefoot Dr. (Community Acupuncture and Beyond -
Christian Nix, MA, LAc
A Natural Choice: The Traditional Chinese Medicine Approach to Pregnancy and Childbirth - Kathleen Rushall
Complete Healing and Reality - Dr. Poney Chiang
The Role of the Acupuncture in Current Cancer Patient Care -
Dr. Ruan Jin Zhao, OMD, PhD, LAc
Acupuncture and Glaucoma - Wang Ying, Hu Shi-xing and Bai Peng

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Late Summer/Earth 2009 - Volume17, No. 5
Chinese Herbal Formula, Bing De Ling, Enhances Antitumor
Effects and Weight Loss Induced by 5-Fluorouracil in the
Mouse CT26 Tumor Model -
Qing Xu, Jeffrey G. Brabhan,
Shumin Zhang, Pamela Muster, Karen Fields, Ruan-Jin Zhao
and Hua Yu
Clinical Observation on Treatment of Acute Bronchitis
Primarily with Pricking-Cupping on Back-Shu Points -

Xu Wei-dong, Zhang Yong-juan, Yang Jie, Chen Xiao-xiang
and Liu Yong-xiang
Plum-Blossom Needle Combined with Massage for Treatment
of 36 Cases of Infantile Enuresis -
Song Yong-qiang, Wen Feng-yun,
Li Li-xia and Wang Guo-ming
The Effect of Acupuncture Therapy on Pain Perception and
Coping Strategies: A Preliminary Report -
Dorit Gamus, Vered Meshulam-Atzmon, Shay Pintov and Rebecca Jacoby

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Fall/Metal 2009 - Volume 17, No. 6
Chinese Herbal Medicine and the Novel H1N1 Virus -
John Heuertz, DOM
Sho-Saiko-To: The Right Blend of Traditional Oriental Medicine
and Liver Cell Biology -
Albert Geerts, PhD and Vera Rogiers,
PharmD
Clinical Application of Acupuncture on Alleviation of
Stress Reaction Induced by Tracheal Intubation in
General Anesthesia -
SHI Jin-hua

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Year of the Tiger 2010 - Special Edition - Volume 18, No. 1
Treating Tension Headache with Trigger Point Therapy -
Hongwei Zhang, LAc
The Burden of Proof in Holistic Medicine - Myths of Integration -
Christian Nix, MA, LAc

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Winter/Water 2010 - Volume 18, No. 2 (reprint from 1992)
The Acupuncture Treatment of Headache -
Jiangjing S. Baek
Acupuncture & Moxibustion Formulas for Headache -

Translated and Complied by James Ramholz
Headache in Relation to Posture, Stress and Diet -
Daniel Plovanich
Physiological Alchemy - James Ramholz

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Spring/Wood 2010 - Volume 18, No. 3

Why We Cleanse: Detoxification Treats Many Conditions -

Yosef Pollack, LAc
The Pathophysiology of Liver Blood Deficiency and Liver
Yang Rising -
Richard "Kyo" Mitchell, DAOM
Detoxifying the Body: Integrating Naturopathic Remedies into
the TCM Practice -
Mary Helen Lee, Dipl OM, RH (AHG), LAc
Detoxification Pitfalls and Solutions - Elaine J. Wagner, DC, LAc

Detox for Your Companion Animals
Part I: Preventing the Neet to Detox -
Janet De Vallauris, MSOM, LAc

Poison Town (Poem) - James A. Howey

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Summer/Fire 2010 - Volume 18, No. 4

San Jiao: An Anatomical and Physiological Explanation
-
Richard "Kyo" Mitchell, DAOM, LAc, MPH
Mars: The Red Planet, excerpt from the book, Acutonics
From Galaxies to Cells, Planetary Science, Harmony
and Medicine -
Donna Carey, LAc, Ellen Franklin, MA,
Paul Ponton, MAc, LAc & Jude Ponton, DC, MAc, LAc,
and MichelAngelo

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Late Summer/Earth 2010 - Volume 18, No. 5
Flower Essences as Supportive Therapy for Acupuncturists
-
Elaine J Wagner, DC, Dipl Ac, LAc
Healing Ourselves and Others using Nei Kung Chi Liao
Medical Chi Khung -
Jeff Nagel, MA, Dipl Ac, LAc
Rattlesnake Bite - Don Rabbit Skonieczka, Dipl Ac

16 Tips to Survive (or Thrive!) During An Economic Downturn - Honora Lee Wolfe

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Fall/Metal 2010 - Volume 18, No. 6
The Role of Acuupuncture in the Treatment of Hypertension
-
Syros Soltanian, MD
Ying Qi: A Modern Biophysics and Physiological Perspective
including Necessity in Biochemical Reactions -

Richard "Kyo" Mitchell, DAOM, LAc, MPH
Building on Bedrock: Rethinking Orthopedics -
Mary J. Rogel, Phd (Psychol), LAc
More Useful Information about Rattlesnake Bites - Georgy Naimoli

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Year of the Rabbit 2011 - Special Edition - Volume 19, No. 1
Deepening our Connections to Nature, Earth, and Self:
Alleviate Stress with Acutonics and The Three Treasures -

Donna Carey, LAc and Ellen F. Franklin, MA
Improve Your Results: Root Treatments -Honora Lee Wolfe, Dipl Ac

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Winter/Water 2011 - Volume 19, No. 2 (reprints from 1992, 1994 and 1995)
Chinese Herbal Treatment of Chronic Digestive Disorders -
Andrew Gaeddert
The Acupuncture Treatment of Coma -

Daniel Plovanich, Dipl Ac, LAc
Basic Herbal Formulation - Jiang Jing
Lung Meridian Anatomy - Sung Baek

The Role of Moxibustion in the HIV Clinic -
Elliot Wagner, OMD, LAc

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Spring/Wood 2011 - Volume19, No. 3

"Walking Tree:" Correcting Eyesight Without
Glasses or Surgery -
Elaine J. Wagner, DC, LAc
Disharmony between the Stomach and Gall Bladder:
A Modern Pathophysiological Perspective -

Richard "Kyo" Mitchell, DAOM, LAc, MPH
A Versatile Treatment for Breast Health, Allergies, Insomnia,
Shoulder Pain, Sinusitis, and More! -
Honora Lee Wolfe, Dipl Ac
Should "dao di" Remain a Pinyin Term in the
TCM Lexicon? -
Eric Brand, LAc

Making the Case for Acupuncture/TCM as adjuvant treatment for
Stroke: Case Study -
Kathleen C. Hanold, RN, MS, LAc, Dip Ac, Gail McMahon, MSOM, LAc, Dipl Ac, Kurt Olsen, MD, and Hanoi Gonzalez

Carbohydrate Metabolizing Enzyme Immuno - cytochemistry and Traditional Chinese Medicine May Help Diagnosis and Treatment
of Diabetes -
Johnson K. Gao, PhD

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Summer/Fire 2011 - Volume 19, No. 4

The Spirit of the Liver: The Hún
-
Dennis Willmont, Acupuncture Therapist, Herbalist
Authentication in Chinese Medicine - Eric Brand, LAc
Successful Holistic Treatment of Clostridium Difficile
Gut Infection: Case Study -
Joan Rothchild Hardin, PhD

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Late Summer/Earth 2011 - Volume 19, No. 5

Sport Injuries and Acutpuncture
- Dongcheng Li, Dipl OM, Lic Ap,
MS, and Mark D. Richard, Phd
Finding Our Place in the Universe through the Archetypal
Lens of the Tree-
Ellen F. Franklin, MA

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Fall/Metal 2011 - Volume 19, No. 6
Lung Yin Deficiency
-
Dennis Willmont, Acupuncture Therapist, Herbalist
The Ancient Chinese Art of Japanese Kampo: So Simple
and Yet So Effective -
Greg Golden, Dipl OM, LAc

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Year of the Dragon 2012 - Special Edition - Volume 20, No. 1
Qi Gong: Dangers and Delights - Elaine J. Wagner, DC, LAc
A Superior Clinician Understands Transmission:
Disease Progression as Seen Through the Jing-Luo -

Nicholas Sieben, MS, LAc

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Winter/Water 2012 - Volume 20, No. 2
The Conscious Body -
Nana Shineflug

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Spring/Wood 2012 - Volume20, No. 3

The Importance of the Channel Systems of the Ling Shu -
Nicholas Sieben, MS, LAc
"Orienting" the Western Natal Chart
Utilizing the 12 Regular Meridians and 5 Element Planets in Astrological Medical Analysis and Virbrational Planetary Treatment Protocols -
MichelAngelo, MFA, CTM, Astrologer
Acupuncture Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation: A Clinical Case Study - Mary J. Rogel, PhD, LAc
On the Processing of Fu Zi - Eric Brand, LAc

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Summer/Fire 2012 - Volume 20, No. 4

Yin-Yang and the Inner Phases: Wood within Fire
-
Dennis Willmont, LAc, Herbalist

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Late Summer/Earth 2012 - Volume 20, No. 5

Yin-Yang and the Inner Phases: Wood within Fire
Part II: Inter-Phase Relationships
- Dennis Willmont, LAc, Herbalist

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Fall/Metal 2012 - Volume 20, No. 6

Yin-Yang and the Inner Phases: Wood within Fire
Part III: Advanced Four Needle Technique
-
Dennis Willmont, LAc, Herbalist

The Ancient Chinese Art of Japanese Kampo: So Simple and
Yet So Effective -
Greg Golden, Dipl OM, LAc

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Year of the Snake 2013 - Special Edition - Volume 21, No. 1
2013: The Chinese Year of the Water Snake and a Time for Transformation and Transmutation: A Cross-Cultural Perspective - Heather Ensworth, PhD
The Myth of Nü Gua Chinese Snake Goddess - Donna Carey, LAc
The Role of Archetypes and Myths in Medicine -
Ellen F. Franklin, MA
Healing Protocols for Times of Transformation -
Gail Byrnes, LAc, MAc, MBA

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Winter/Water 2013 - Volume 21, No. 2
The Water Element -
Debra Kaatz
2013 The Year of the Snake from a Feng Shui Point of View -
Yolanda Beckman
Maintaining the Smooth Flow of Daily Life: The Role of
the Collaterals in Classical Chinese Medicine -

Nicholas Sieben, MS,
Sound Healing for Animal Companions - Judith Ponton, DC, MAc,
LAc and Paul Ponton, MAc, LAc

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Spring/Wood 2013 - Volume21, No. 3

The Wood Element - Spring -
Debra Kaatz
The Season of Wood: From a Feng Shui Point of View -
Yolanda Beckman
Use of Acupuncture by American Physicians in the
Nineteenth Century -
Michael Devitt

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Summer/Fire 2013 - Volume 21, No. 4

The Fire Element - Summer
- Debra Kaatz
The Season of Fire: From a Feng Shui Point of View -
Yolanda Beckman
Structural Misalignment Must Be Treated in Both Horse
and Rider -
Rachel Purpura, MT
Harrowing Hell: Treating the Wounds of War with Acupuncture - Francis Yurasek, LAc

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Late Summer/Earth 2013 - Volume 21, No. 5

The Earth Element - Late Summer
- Debra Kaatz
The Season of Earth: From a Feng Shui Point of View -
Yolanda Beckman
Evidence Based Medicine: An Opportunity for Acupuncture - Hyungsuk Choi, PhD, LAc and Nathan Anderson, LAc
The Historical Evolution of Pulse Diagnosis - Eric Brand, LAc
Riffing with the Editors of Oriental Medicine Journal:
A Radical Proposal -
Mary J. Rogel, Editor and
Janet DeVallauris, Assistant Editor

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Fall/Metal 2013 - Volume 21, No. 6

The Metal Element - Autumn
- Debra Kaatz
The Season of Metal: From a Feng Shui Point of View - Yolanda Beckman

Part One: Treating Patients on Prescription Drugs,
Part Two: A Traditional Chinese Medicine View of
Pharmaceutical Drugs, Part Three: Minerals & Body
Alchemy: Toward a Better Understanding of
Natural Medicine -
Z'ev Rosenberg

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