Moxibustion for Menstrual Pain
It is estimated that about 45% to 72% of women suffer from primary dysmenorrhea (Yang et al., 2017). The term primary dysmenorrhea refers to menstrual pain that typically begins before and is relieved soon after the onset of menstruation, and is thought not to be caused by any underlying diseases. Secondary dysmenorrhea, on the other...
Energizing Substitutes for Coffee
Do you love the energy boost you get from your steamy cup of coffee, but hate the crash after? Coffee isn’t unhealthy when consumed in moderation, but there are side effects to drinking your regular cup of Joe. Although the recommended daily maximum for coffee is 3–4 cups (equivalent to 400 mg of caffeine), that may be too much for...
Acupuncture for Male Infertility
Treatments in the world of fertility typically focus on the woman: understandably so, since conception requires so much production and coordination from the female reproductive system. However, we now know that infertility is not just a female problem! Male factor infertility is solely responsible in about 20% of infertile couples and...
Keeping Up with New Years Resolutions of Health
As the first month of the new year draws to a close, many of us have made little progress on our resolutions like getting in better shape, eating healthier, or just wanting to feel better. If you have ever tried shedding a few pounds, becoming more physically active, or simply leading a healthier lifestyle, you know that it’s not always...
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