ND, Acupuncturist

How are yin, yang and karma related?

They describe the same pattern. Karma (action) is a law that tends to balance our actions through a cause-effect pattern. Action in this case include thoughts, words, and proper actions. Every action starts in the mind as a thought, and in Indian culture the mental plane (Chidakash) survive physical death and trigger the next birth in an endless cy...
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Is there any scientific evidence to suggest that acupuncture works?

​ Research suggests that acupuncture can help manage certain pain conditions, but evidence about its value for other health issues is uncertain. The effects of acupuncture on the brain and body and how best to measure them, are only beginning to be understood. [1] I fully agree that Acupuncture, and Natural Medicine in general, should be based on s...
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What is the difference between traditional medicine and alternative medicine?

​ Traditional medicine is the ancient practice of skills related to prevention and treatment of health conditions. For example, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda are part of traditional medicine (also called Alternative Medicine). This medicine advocates the root cause analysis of health conditions, and aiming to restore the homeostasis [1]...
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Psychology-Tests

​ Psychology is the science of behavior and mind. Psychology includes the study of conscious and unconscious phenomena, as well as feeling and thought. It is an academic discipline of immense scope, and used in many different fields including marketing, sales, and agile development. Psychology origins can be traced back to ancient Greece, 400 – 500...
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Up to 60,000 cases of depression in UK could be avoided if teenagers stay off cannabis, study says

AI, or Artificial Intelligence is a set of behaviors that machine can have thanks to algorithms and data that help machine to take decisions. Artificial neural networks that mimic the biological networks are developed to support machine learning, and achieve artificial intelligence. Many platforms are available to the data scientist, in order to de...
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Reducing Hemorrhoids with TCM, and Yoga

Hemorrhoids, or Piles, are vascular structures in the anal canal. In their normal state, they are cushions that help with stool control. They become a disorder when swollen or inflamed. Internal hemorrhoids often result in painless, bright red rectal bleeding when defecating. External hemorrhoids often result in pain and swelling in the area of the...
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Iridology meets TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine).

TCM is ancient heritage of China, based on a medical tradition of more than 2000 years. It's based on a broad range of practices and concepts which have been developed in China, and some probably influenced by the Indian culture. These practices include various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (Tui na), exercise (qigong), and nutritio...
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Chinese medicine gains WHO acceptance but it has many critics

Herbal remedies have been used by healers around the world for centuries to prevent and treat disease. But it's in China that the practice has been most extensively used and documented. Advocates have campaigned to integrate Traditional Chinese Medicine into mainstream global health care and those long-standing TCM efforts have paid off: The World ...
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Most 'meat' in 2040 will not come from dead animals, says report

Most of the meat people eat in 2040 will not come from slaughtered animals, according to a report that predicts 60% will be either grown in vats or replaced by plant-based products that look and taste like meat. The report by the global consultancy AT Kearney, based on expert interviews, highlights the heavy environmental impacts of conventional me...
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Yoga Sutra of Patanjali

Human Migration is a complex topic which involves many factors including economy, human rights, conflicts, speculation, environment and corruption. In this article I'm trying to discuss the positive side of it, by adopting a dynamic approach to discuss how balance on both side of the equation could be regulated in a win-win situation: migrants, and...
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​Why we look for fun and happiness (a Tao perspective)

Fun is part of human nature, and is the enjoyment of pleasure, particularly in leisure activities. It's normal for us to see a person enjoying fun, whereas if we see someone sad, we consider that as not normal. We also associate fun with happiness, as all of us tend to achieve happiness, although the means we adopt may vary significantly. For examp...
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Biomechanics of Walking (Gait)

Foot Education  The Five Primary Goals of Walking The first goal of walking is to move the body forward toward a desired location and at a desired speed. The second goal of walking is to use the least amount of energy possible to achieve the first goal. The body does this by moving in as straight a line as possible while moving forward. During...
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Acupuncture

NHS, UK ​   Acupuncture is a treatment derived from ancient Chinese medicine. Fine needles are inserted at certain sites in the body for therapeutic or preventative purposes. It is used in many NHS general practices, as well as the majority of pain clinics and hospices in the UK. Acupuncture is often seen as a form of complementary or alt...
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Detox with Chelation Therapy

NHS, UK ​   Chelation therapy is considered an alternative medicine that has the purpose of removing "toxic metals" (also called "heavy metals") and toxins from the body. Why would someone experience heavy metal toxicity in the first place? Although it might sound like something only tied to rare circumstances of accidental pois...
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NHS to ban Homeopathy

Katie Forster ​ NHS set to ban homeopathy for patients because it is 'not evidence based and any benefits are down to placebo' Health service currently spends more than £90,000 a year on the natural treatment. Doctors should stop prescribing homeopathic medicine to NHS patients, the health service has said. The change has been proposed because "at ...
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