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Canadian researchers have released a study showing how color can affect people when it comes to being detail-oriented and creative.
Physicians in the Air Force are beginning training in acupuncture techniques to use in the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan for pain management.
By: Maggi Cameron
Take a closer look at the role colored light can play in whole body wellness.
Acupuncture works better than drugs like aspirin to reduce the severity and frequency of chronic headaches, U.S. researchers recently reported.
Looking for the perfect gift for your clients this holiday season? Give your clients the gift of health with a copy of Nourish Your Skin & Body with Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Researchers at Ohio State University are conducting studies on the effectiveness of massage therapy for the treatment of muscle soreness and recovery.
By: Linda Bertaut
Channeling the energy of sun and light, this offering is sure to have your clients coming back for more.
By: Jane Wurwand
Taking a mind-over-matter approach can have you tackling a range of business problems with only success to anticipate.
European research has shown that taking flaxseed and borage oil supplements can help improve skin health, lessening redness and decreasing roughness.
According to researchers at the University of California, Irvine, children treated with acupressure before anesthesia for surgery typically have fewer side effects.