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Connections found between each meridian (heart, stomach, triple burner, etc.) & organ representation area of corresponding internal organs in each side of the cerebral cortex; release of common neurotransmitters and hormones unique to each meridian and corresponding acupuncture point & internal organ after acupuncture, electrical stimulation, mechanical stimulation (including shiatsu), soft laser stimulation or QI Gong. Omura Y Heart Disease Research Foundation, New York, NY Acupunct Electrotherapeutics Res, Intl J 1989 VIEW
Investigations on the main points of Zhou Yi Cai Tong Qi --applications of taiji diagram Meng Xianzhong Research Centre of Human Body Science, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xian, China [1] 2nd Int Conf on Qigong 1989 VIEW
Therapeutic touch and a healing way. Interview by Bonnie Horrigan Quinn J Associate professor and senior scholar at the Center for Human Caring at the School of Nursing, Univ... Altern Ther Health Med 1996 VIEW
Role of yoga in stress management Parshad O Department of Basic Medical Sciences, The University of the West Indies, Kingston 7, Jamaica, West I... West Indian Med J 2004 VIEW
Wound healing and complementary therapies: a review Wirth DP//Richardson JT//Eidelman WS Healing Sciences Research International, Orinda, California 94563, USA J Altern Complement Med 1996 VIEW
Sudarshan Kriya yogic breathing in the treatment of stress, anxiety, and depression: part I-neurophysiologic model Brown RP//Gerbarg PL Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY, USA J Altern Complement Med 2005 VIEW
A STUDY ON APPLICATION OF MODERN DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGY FOR JUDGING CURATIVE EFFECT OF GUO LIN NEW QIGONG Li Weinan 1//Zhai Xin 1//He Kaifang 2 Applied Arts & Science College of Beijing United University [1], Beijing Guo Lin New Qigong Research... 3rd World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong 1996 VIEW
A tentative survey of qigong theory of Confucianism Chen Xiaoqi The Public Health Bureau of Tiantai County, Zhejiang Province, China [1] 2nd Int Conf on Qigong 1989 VIEW
How "reversible" is telomeric aging? Epel E. University of California, San Francisco, Box 0848, 3333 Calif. St, Laurel Heights Suite 465, San Fra... Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2012 Oct VIEW
Promoting qi flow along the travelling courses of meridians Li Ding 1//Chen Zhongxing 2 China [1] //Indonesia [2] 1st World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong 1988 VIEW
External qi healing: therapeutic Chinese touch Cohen KS The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness 1993 VIEW
Complementary healing intervention and dermal wound reepithelialization: an overview Wirth DP Healing Sciences Research International, Orinda, California, USA Int J Psychosom 1995 VIEW
The correlation of individuality with types of disease and qigong-biofeedback curative effect Du Chusheng//Qin Chao//Yang Shengling//Wei Baolin//// Qigong and Biofeedback Section, Dept of Physiology, Xi’an Medical University, Xi’an, China [1] 2nd Int Conf on Qigong 1989 VIEW
Searching for jing, qi, and shen in western science Lee Richard H Director China Healthways Institute, 115 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente, CA 92672 USA 4th World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong 1998 VIEW
Therapeutic Touch in Hospitals Field FD 1995 VIEW
Physiological mechanisms triggered by the practice of qigong and yoga/pranayama, traditional asian self-applied health maintenance systems Jahnke Roger Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine, Santa Barbara, Calif., USA [1] 1st Int Cong of Qigong 1990 VIEW
Qigong science Ang TT Chinese Nature Cure Institute Singapore, International Qigong Science Federation, Singapore [1] 2nd Int Conf on Qigong 1989 VIEW
Mind, body, and beyond: a phenomenological theory of the interaction of qi flowing in the meridians of the human body and its application to touch therapy Chen Chihoung Jonathan//Yeh Tseliang//Wei Chuantseng Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Lansing, Michigan, USA [1] 1st Int Cong of Qigong 1990 VIEW
Effect of emitted qi and infrasonic sound on somatosensory evoked potential (SEP) and slow vertex response (SVR) Peng Xueyan//Liu Guolong Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China [1] 1st World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong 1988 VIEW
Effects of qigong on late-stage complex regional pain syndrome Wu WH//Bandilla E//Ciccone DS//Yang J//// Pain Management Center, 90 Bergen St. Suite 3400, Newark, NJ 07103 Altern Ther Health Med 1999 VIEW
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