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New Years 2017- Healthy Habits

  01.5.2017

“I’m going to eat healthier in 2017!” Does this sound familiar to you? For many of us, it does. Unfortunately, the statistics tell us that most people attempting similar New

Holidays and Overeating

  12.26.2016

No matter which holiday(s) you celebrate this season, the widespread amount of food, spirits and cheer is hard to miss.  Most people in my sphere, whether friends, family or patients

Skiing– Injuries, and How Acupuncture can help

  12.4.2016

Skiing is but one example of how TCM – Traditional Chinese Medicine- can keep all winter athletes in medal winning shape! The Olympic dreams of even the recreational skier have

Cold and Flu Season, how Acupuncture can help

  11.5.2016

Cold and Flu season is here. That can mean stuffy noses, sore throats, fevers, chills, aches, pains, you name it! Here at Acupuncture RemediesTM, we sometimes get calls from patients

FORGIVENESS – by guest blogger Brooke Emery

  10.12.2016

In light of the Hebrew New Year and the reflective holiday Yom Kippur, I invited my friend and spirit-preneur Brooke Emery to lend us some of her insightful words and

L’Shana Tova (Happy New Year)

  10.3.2016

Flourless Honey-Almond Cake   Honey and almonds flavor this simple (and gluten-free) cake. It’s lovely for afternoon tea or a spring holiday dessert. Be careful not to overbeat the egg

Labor preparation with Acupuncture

  09.15.2016

Birth can be a time of excitement and nervous emotion in anticipation of the upcoming labor and delivery and the arrival of a  newborn baby. Helping the body prepare for

The Best Summer Foods to Eat According to Traditional Chinese Medicine

  08.22.2016

This summer has been hot, hot, hot, and it’s not over yet! Many of us try to eat healthy year-round, but it can be a bigger challenge in the summer.

5 Star Review

  08.9.2016

We love when our clients are happy! Check out our latest 5-star review! Watch here for full clip.

Inpatient Acupuncture Care with Marcy Julius (Gordon)

  07.26.2016

A little over a year ago, I interviewed for an Acupuncture Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital. Little did I know how much I would grow as a healthcare