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Defeat Depression With These Real Life Tips

Depression is currently one of the world’s biggest health concerns and disabilities. Everyone knows someone with depression, whether it’s a family member, friend, or work colleague.

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Beat the Halloween Sugar Blues

My mother grew up in Taiwan eating pickled radish or yam for snacks, and if she was really lucky, some fresh lychees. Her grandmother slaughtered dinner in their backyard, and…

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Treating Depression With Chinese Medicine

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), depression is not a disease. The cause of such symptoms is due to some sort of emotional discomfort and Qi (energy) stagnation cited as diseases in…

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Classical Music Can Soothe the Body

Modern Western science has begun to study the relationship between music and health. Music therapy is now taken seriously in different clinical areas. Studies show that classical music has a very…

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Take Care of Your Mind Before Treating Your Disease

Modern medicine has found that 65-90% of human diseases result from psychological depression, such as cancer, arteriosclerosis, hypertension, peptic ulcer, and irregular menstruation. Therefore, they are known as psychosomatic diseases.

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Displaying Kindness Brings Back Kindness

An American psychologist told a story about a female patient of his. Alice was depressed over her failed romance a few years back. She left the East and moved to the Midwest.

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Helping Others Is Good for You

Research reveals that helping others with “material support” can reduce mortality rates by 42%; helping others with moral support can reduce mortality rates by 30%.

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How to Prepare For a Chinese Doctor Check-Up

If you’ve never seen a Chinese doctor before, don’t be scared, traditional Chinese medicine is not voodoo. It’s been around for thousands of years and is a valid way of…

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The Suicide of a Talented Chief Editor

Xu Huaiqian graduated from the Department of Chinese 
Literature at Peking University. He obtained a Master of Arts degree in Social Science. Xu then became the Chief Editor of The…