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Ancient healing gets Swiss stamp of approval
Singapore-born Carla Fuhlrott believes in the healing power of alternative medicine, which in her case is traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). In her pristine clinic 20 minutes from downtown Zurich, the TCM practitioner sees about eight patients a day ...
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The Straits Times - Kwong Wai Shiu begins m revamp
By 2017, the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital community hub will house a bigger nursing home and senior care centre as well as both traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medical clinics. Home care and hospice services will also be offered. The plan is ...
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Cubs to the slaughter: Ian Michler's fight against the lion farms of South Africa
The lions are packed so close together that they're touching. In their enclosure, they "move like snakes", says safari operator and environmental writer Ian Michler, his voice strained with the affront. Territorial by nature, meant for vast open spaces ...
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First Chinese herbal cure given official approval for the UK: Plant nicknamed ...
A herbal treatment nicknamed 'pig pungent weed' has become the first traditional Chinese medicine to be approved for use in the UK. The plant Sigesbeckia, which has an unpleasant smell, is renowned for its ability to treat aches and pains – including ...
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Inside the Search for Chinese Herbal Food Allergy Treatments
One area of research that has had consistently promising studies in the last few years has been the Food Allergy Herbal Formula, currently called B-FAHF-2, which is being developed by Dr. Xiu-Min Li at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New ...
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TLC and TCM: Hong Kong mum juggles family and Chinese medicine practice
Cinci Leung Wun-sien has a busy year ahead. Besides building her practice in Chinese medicine, contributing newspaper columns and raising a toddler, she is also developing her own line of herbal teas and natural soaps. And then there's her book on ...
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