April-June 2021| Vol 4| Issue 2
Acquisition and Dissemination of Anti-Epidemic Medical Prescriptions During the Outbreaks in the Qing Dynasty of China
During the epidemics in the Qing dynasty, many medical professionals, nonprofessionals, and social organizations collected and sorted medical prescriptions related to infectious diseases. These peop...
Status of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Greece and its Approach on COVID-19 Pandemic
Although acupuncture was first introduced to Greece in about 1938, it was not until 1973 that an institution was created to teach it, where its study was limited to medical doctors (MDs). Traditiona...
Traditional Medicine Diagnostic Codes in ICD-11 and Alternative Diagnostic Classifications in the Mainstream Healthcare
In 2018, the 11th Edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) defined a diagnostic code list for standard traditional medicine (TM) conditions. The codes improve pati...
Case Studies on Acupuncture Principles in Headaches
Objective: This observational cohort pilot study aimed to evaluate the effects of the acupuncture methods, Jiu Cang Zhen (JCZ) and Huang Guan (HG), on changes in headache intensity in an inpa...
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Current Paradigm Shifts in Diet: A Review of the Chinese Traditional Diet
It is estimated that by 2050, the world's population will reach around 10 billion and our global food demand is projected to increase by 60%–110% betwe...
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