Yuanyuan FANG

Best Daily Rhythm for Life according to TCM

Traditional Chinese medicine emphasizes the correspondence between nature and human beings and tends to observe the human body about the earth and the universe. It believes that there is a regular connection between human beings and the environment and climate. If people follow this regularity in their daily routine, they can maintain health and longevity.

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Electroacupuncture: Triggering Stem Cells for Pain Relief

Electroacupuncture: Triggering Stem Cells for Pain Relief A recent study conducted by Indiana University School of Medicine has demonstrated that electroacupuncture can trigger a neural mechanism that promotes tissue repair and relieves injury-induced pain. The researchers conducted a series of laboratory tests using human, equine, and rodent subjects, to track the effects of electroacupuncture. They

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Traditional Chinese Medicine: Extraordinary Vessels in Treating Complex Diseases

Understanding the Meridians Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has a unique approach, centered on Extraordinary Meridians. These are channels, alongside regular meridians, that TCM believes interconnect organs, tissues, and cells. Each meridian (totaling 20) has specific functions and works together to maintain balance and harmony. Regular Meridians are shallow and address functional diseases, while Extraordinary Meridians,

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Acupuncture in Western medicine Point of View

Difference between a acupuncture point and a non-acupuncture point Western medicine has done a lot of anatomical and physiological research on meridians and acupuncture points in Chinese medicine. For example, a postmortem study by Langevin published in the Journal of Anatomy in 2002 found that the correlation index between acupuncture points and inter- or intramuscular

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