Elizabeth Snouffer

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6 Nov 2012 - 11:21AM
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Yunzhi mushroom may be beneficial in fight against tumours

Earlier this year two US veterinary doctors conducted a study to assess the anti-tumour and survival effects of yunzhi, a mushroom used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years for its apparent immune-boosting properties.

Earlier this year two US veterinary doctors conducted a study to assess the anti-tumour and survival effects of yunzhi, a mushroom used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years for its apparent immune-boosting properties.

23 Oct 2012 - 10:07AM
Tai chi, mahjong offer hope for dementia patients

It seems two popular pastimes in Hong Kong - mahjong and tai chi - have more than just sweeping hand movements in common. A recent study indicates they can both keep elderly minds sharp.

It seems two popular pastimes in Hong Kong - mahjong and tai chi - have more than just sweeping hand movements in common. A recent study indicates they can both keep elderly minds sharp.

22 Apr 2013 - 9:42AM
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Alternatively speaking: Will Chinese medicine lead to a new diabetes cure?

As the blending of alternative and mainstream medicine gains traction worldwide, more studies emerge on the benefits of embracing both Eastern and Western philosophies.

As the blending of alternative and mainstream medicine gains traction worldwide, more studies emerge on the benefits of embracing both Eastern and Western philosophies.

4 Oct 2017 - 2:59PM
Parasitic caterpillar fungus in decline

Caterpillar fungus, more valuable by weight than gold and famous for its extensive medicinal use in China for thousands of years, is vanishing and may not be available in 10 years' time, according to a recent study supported by the National Geographic Society.

Caterpillar fungus, more valuable by weight than gold and famous for its extensive medicinal use in China for thousands of years, is vanishing and may not be available in 10 years' time, according to a recent study supported by the National Geographic Society.

25 Mar 2013 - 10:20AM
Traditional Chinese Medicine: the rise of ginseng

Ginseng has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to boost immunity and lower blood sugar, but recent research suggests a new reason to consume the plant: to perk up, quite literally, a man's sex life.

Ginseng has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to boost immunity and lower blood sugar, but recent research suggests a new reason to consume the plant: to perk up, quite literally, a man's sex life.

4 Oct 2017 - 2:59PM