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10 Tips to Reduce COVID-19 Anxiety

April 14, 2020 Trisha Han Uncategorized

We know some of you may be experiencing more stress lately. Here are 10 Tips to Reduce COVID-19 Anxiety: 1) Stay In and be smart and safe. Rather be safe than sorry. 2) Focus on your mental wellbeing. Now is the time to rest, relax, refocus and restructure. 3) Evaluate your own health behaviors and […]

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Virtual Diagnosis and Treatment Available During Lockdown

April 14, 2020 Trisha Han Uncategorized

We are concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic just like you, and we are here to support our patients and communities. We will continue to provide up to date information so you can have some tools to combat this pandemic and care for you and your family’s health. Here are answers to some questions we have […]

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11 Tips to Stay away from COVID-19

April 13, 2020 Trisha Han Uncategorized

Dearest patient, We are continuing monitoring the virus and giving you health updates on what you can do at home. Here are 11 tips you can do right now: ✅ Wash hands like you would when you just ate Maryland spicy crabs 🦀 and you have to take out your contacts 👁 ✅ Guzzle HOT water 💦 every hour. The virus hates […]

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Compassionate “Confession” by a Doctor – Yes I stole Your Money

April 2, 2020 Trisha Han AcupunctureOriental Herbal MedicineUncategorized

This is the true story of an ancient Chinese doctor’s selfless act of kindness. Unfortunately I do not remember the doctor’s name or the time period in which he lived, so let’s just refer to him as the Doctor here. He was a great doctor known not only for his excellent ability to cure various […]

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Cancer – The Rebellious Child of the Family

January 2, 2020 Trisha Han Uncategorized

In the past forty years, the most exciting discovery made in modern medicine has inarguably been the oncogene, or the gene linked to cancer.  At first, medical researchers were thrilled, because they thought they had discovered the key to curing cancer. Soon, however, they realized that the oncogene is present not only in cancerous cells, […]

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Uremia – the Elusive Syndrome

November 1, 2013 Trisha Han Uncategorized

Uremia, in the medical world, is relatively uncharted territory–neither Western Medicine nor Chinese Medicine has made many advances in understanding it or finding a cure.  Because it is a syndrome usually accompanying renal failure, kidney dialysis is always an option, and kidney transplant is considered a last resort.  Most people are concerned with healing the […]

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A Doctor with X-Ray Eyes

May 13, 2013 Trisha Han Uncategorized

About 2,500 years ago, China was divided into seven countries—Qi was one of them. Emperor Huan of Qi once invited the famous doctor Bian-Que to his palace as a guest. When Bian-Que saw the emperor, he studied his face for a moment and said: “Sir, you are ill. Right now it’s just under the skin. […]

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Bring the Dead back to Life – A True Story of a Great Doctor

March 15, 2012 Trisha Han Uncategorized

Bian-Que (500 B.C.) is one of the most famous doctors in China’s history. He cured many illnesses that others regarded incurable. One of the most well-known stories was about how Bian-Que succeeded in curing the crown prince of the Kingdom of Guo of his fatal illness. According to the record, the prince of Gua was […]

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