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Gastrointestinal Motility Disorder

Electroacupuncture at LI11 acupoint promotes jejunal motility via the parasympathetic pathway Background of this study: Gastrointestinal motility disorder consists of multiple clinical symptoms and occurs in numerous diseases, including diarrhoea, constipation and...

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Prevention of Natural Cerebral Aging

Change in the P300 index – a pilot randomised controlled trial of low-frequency electrical stimulation of acupuncture points in middle-aged men and women Background of this study: The P300 is a major index used to evaluate improvements in brain function. Although a...

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Qianggu Capsule for Primary Osteoporosis

Chinese herbal medicine Qianggu Capsule for the treatment of primary osteoporosis: evidence from a Chinese patent medicine Background of this study: Qianggu Capsule, a Chinese herbal patent medicine, has been widely applied in the clinical practice of primary...

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Wet Cupping Therapy

Evaluation of Wet Cupping Therapy: Systematic Review of Randomized Clinical Trials. Background for this Study: Wet cupping therapy is a widely used traditional therapy in many countries, which justifies a continuous scientific evaluation of its efficacy and safety....

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Yu Ping Feng San for Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)

Potential effectiveness of the Chinese herbal medicine Yu ping feng san for allergic rhinitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Allergic rhinitis is commonly known as hay fever. It is an allergic response when the nose or eyes...

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Natural Hay Fever Relief with Acupuncture

by Alice Louey Do you know someone who gets red, itchy and watery eyes; someone who sneezes a lot, but also gets congested sinuses, a heavy-head feeling, and suffers low energy every spring? It is possible that they are suffering from fay fever. These hay fever...

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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis with Acupuncture

A comparative study of three conservative treatments in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis: lumbar spinal stenosis with acupuncture and physical therapy study (LAP study) Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is usually associated with neurological symptoms and intermittent...

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Acupuncture in Patients with Allergic Asthma

Acupuncture in Patients with Allergic Asthma: A Randomized Pragmatic Trial Background: Although the available evidence is insufficient, acupuncture is used in patients suffering from chronic asthma. The aim of this pragmatic study was to investigate the effectiveness...

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Herbal medicine Zengru Gao to promote breastfeeding

Recent research reviewed the efficacy of the Chinese herbal medicine Zengru Gao to promote breastfeeding in a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Background: Breastfeeding, also known as nursing, is recommended worldwide to provide ideal food to newborns, but not...

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Sinew acupuncture for Knee Osteoarthritis

This Sinew acupuncture for Knee Osteoarthritis study aims to examine whether sinew acupuncture can safely relieve pain and symptoms of knee osteoarthritis and improve patients’ functional movement and quality of life. Sinew acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis is where...

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Ageing, Transitional Health and You

Chinese medicine seems to be much better suited to dealing with transitional health Like many things in life, your health doesn’t take care of itself if you don’t get involved. If you feel tired, drained, or sick, but don’t take any action then you shouldn’t be...

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Management of Cancer Related Anorexia

Recent research reviewed if acupuncture and related therapies could be considered to be applied in patients with cancer related anorexia. The research undertook a comprehensive overview and critical appraisal of relevant systematic reviews for management strategies of...

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Sliding Cupping

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgnNoy17ZA4 Cupping therapy is one of the oldest modalities in Traditional Chinese Medicine, dates back to antiquity and involves applying suction cups to the skin surface. There are four basic techniques with cupping. One of the...

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Winter Health Package

Colds, Cough and Flu this Winter Winter has arrived. Are you surrounded by people who have coughs, colds and flu and are you worried about your health? Or are you just not feeling 100%? Bing’s Natural Health has prepared a Winter Health Package to help you through the...

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Solving Problems with Movies

Staff Spotlight - Nadia Gazzi Solving Problems I love watching movies. Not your average box office hits (which is why I rarely go to the movie theatre), and no action movies or standard sci-fi, but alternative movies that make you think and ask questions about life,...

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Pressure Points to Relieve Discomfort and Tension

The sheer simplicity of these exercises may make them useful for alleviating the symptoms of hay fever, headaches and tension. The following pressure points may be helpful to manage the discomfort and tension of hay fever and headaches without drugs. Hydration is also...

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Building Reserves for hard times

Conditioning and Building Reserves Almost every year, my partner and I spend Easter with his father on the farm in the beautiful Adelaide Hills. I love getting outdoors, having time to read, write and reflect on life, and I love being around the cattle. It’s always a...

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Whispa Wellness Yoga & Massage

Are you looking after yourself mentally, physically and emotionally? Whispa Wellness uses a combination of vinyasa yoga & massage in small classes where you receive personal attention to nurture all three of these aspects every single session. After taking care of...

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Kitchen Experiments with Alice

Kitchen Experiments We are what we eat. This is why I have such a fascination with different dietary habits and eating plans. I love to experience the effects of different foods and eating styles on my mood, energy, and performance. Last year my partner and I went on...

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Yogi Teas

Bings’ Natural Health is proud to stock a selection of Yogi Teas’ delicious caffeine-free herbal tea bags which promote individual well-being. Yogi teas are a quality product based on the Indian philosophy of Ayurveda which dates back some 3,000 years. The teas use...

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Our Bigger Vision for Serving You

Starting and Finishing Well “Starting strong is good, finishing strong is EPIC.” ~ Robin Sharma. As I mentioned last month, February saw the start of the Chinese Year of the Dog: social, enthusiastic, and exuberant. The Dog loves starting things…finishing them - not...

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Farewell Alvin and Veronica

Bing’s Natural Health Clinic News Farewell Alvin and Veronica After many years as our part-time receptionist, Alvin has left to pursue a full-time career in computer programming. We will miss his cheerful smile and friendly voice, and wish him all of the very best...

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Connected with Others in The Year of the Dog

 “It is well to remember that the entire population of the universe, with one trifling exception, is composed of others.”  ~John Andrew Holmes, Jr. Just in case you missed the Chinese New Year celebrations in the middle of February, we are now in the Year of the Dog,...

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Nobel Prize Winner Professor Tu Youyou

A victory to Chinese Medicine Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) researcher Professor Tu Youyou was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine in 2015 for her role in creating a drug that helped slash malaria mortality rates in Africa and Asia, saving millions of lives. The...

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Chinese Year of the Yang Earth Dog

Chinese Year of the Brown Dog The Chinese New Year (or Spring Festival or Lunar New Year) is a celebration of the start of a new moon and is the most important festival in the Chinese traditional calendar. 2018 is the year of the Male Earth Dog which only comes around...

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Improving Digestion while Traveling

Holidays With My ‘Doggy Nephew’! As the only practitioner with no pet at home I sometimes feel a bit left out, so this month I thought I’d share my sister-in-law’s very cute dog with you. In October I went to the US to visit my family and we had a fantastic time...

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Your right to make informed choices

Choices, Mental Digestion and Your Well-Being Our society is facing challenging times and we’re really not handling it well. Of course, there’s always been a strong element of ‘this is how it is, so you can fit in or suffer’ when people’s views collide. That has led...

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Have You thought About Volunteering?

 - Nadia Gazzi Have You thought About Volunteering? I started volunteering at Sacred Heart Mission St Kilda over 3 years ago, and I’m glad I did. Yes, I’m helping people access health services they couldn’t otherwise dream of, not to mention providing a listening ear...

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